The Jerks discuss President Trump disinviting the Philadelphia Eagles from the White House, J.R. Smith’s NBA Finals blunder and Russia’s extreme soccer hooligans. Plus, more disappointment for Solo: A Star Wars Story, major changes for The Walking Dead and Jamie Foxx as Spawn. T2J — approaching 150, but we don’t act a day over 12!
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 back! We hit the ground running with our breakdown of the NBA and NHL final series, Mr. Met’s recent incident, plus our reviews of MegaCon Orlando and Star Wars Celebration Orlando (and conventions in general), and our reaction to Wonder Woman. It’s not the reunion the world needs, but the one it deserves!
The Jerks remember Pat Summitt, break down why Andrew Luck deserves his big contract (Or does he?), and all the money thrown around in NBA free agency. Plus, why Justice League might actually be a fun movie, the online freak-out over Captain America’s big HYDRA non-turn and a lightning round of geek movie news. Those Two Jerks — worth at least the NBA league minimum!
The Jerks are a little more somber than usual after a major tragedy happens in their backyard, but they still find time to talk about LeBron’s legacy in Believeland, Ichiro’s hits record, and Kimbo Slice. Plus, could the Batman v. Superman: Ultimate Edition actually be good? Find out what the new and improved studio robot Duo-Cron thinks. T2J – proud to make their home in Orlando!
It’s a very hacky episode of T2J! No, we’re not talking about the humor, we’re talking about the Cardinals hacking the Astros, and the Spider-Man “requirements” that came out of the Sony hack. Plus, Jesse Eisenberg doesn’t know Lex Luthor from Lex Luger, Bellator turns into a sideshow, and donuts! Mmm…donuts…
LeBron’s junk shows up on national television, an ‘AFC Finalist’ banner shows up in Indianapolis, some relatives show up on the Phillies’ draft board, Kurt Busch’s ex shows up in a federal investigation, and Fabricio Werdum shows up as UFC”s newest champ. Plus, a superhero shows up in the cast of Ghostbusters, the Batmobile shows up at a licensing expo, Marvel is NOT showing up at Comic-Con, and a telegram shows up in the Jerks’ mailbag. Those Two Jerks: The ravings of madmen, but funny!