It’s here, at last! Ric does a blow-by-blow recap of Mayweather vs. McGregor, we break down the Kyrie Irving trade, and sort through all of the HUGE DC Comics movie news (Scorsese and Phillips doing a Joker movie?!). Plus, why Pandora: The World of Avatar pisses Tom off. T2J: Still waiting for the Robert Zemeckis-helmed Booster Gold movie starring Channing Tatum!
It’s our annual Comic-Con Special! We’re breaking down some of the biggest stories of this year’s Comic-Con International: San Diego, from the first footage of Spielberg’s Ready Player One to the new Spawn movie (for real, they swear), plus all the big announcements from Marvel and DC about their upcoming films. As a bonus, find out which of the Jerks doesn’t know much about microphones! T2J and SDCC: they go together like PB and J!
It’s our second (of what will be many) mini-sode! We’re discussing Warren Sapp joining the crusade against football head injuries, Tim Tebow’s promotion to the next level of the minors, the fake controversy about Gal Gadot’s Wonder Woman salary, and Ron Howard taking over the Han Solo movie! It’s Those Two Jerks – plus a barking dog!
The Jerks recap the NBA Finals, analyze the upcoming Floyd Mayweather-Conor McGregor fight and discuss UCF’s kicker’s NCAA woes because of his YouTube success. Plus, DC’s reaction to Wonder Woman’s box office numbers, Chris Evans signing up for more Captain America adventures, and what the guys are reading this week. Bonus: Find out how Nightwing’s circus background comes into play, and try to decipher why (We couldn’t).
We’re finally to Volume 8! The jerks run down the NFL QB carousel and baseball Hall of Famer Goose Gossage’s “interesting” take on the state of the game today. Plus, a break down of the two trailers for the new Ghostbusters, early positive reviews for Batman v. Superman, and something else we forgot–oh, wait–SPIDER-MAN! Also, you don’t want to miss Tom’s car story. You’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll feel a lot better about your own life! Those Two Jerks: We tried to register OUR secret identities with the government, but they didn’t want to know.