Lots of big news in this episode, from the end of the Kobe Bryant era in the NBA, to Barry Bonds coming back to baseball. Plus, the Jerks take a look at the trailers for Batman v. Superman and Captain America: Civil War, laugh at another made-up rumor from El Mayimbe, and talk about why never re-casting Indiana Jones is a good thing. Those Two Jerks: better than a holiday fruitcake, and more nutritious, too!
The Sus-Man’s Mets are still playing baseball in October, but are they in the way of the Cubs and their destiny? Plus, the NFL is just the worst (ask Cam Heyward) and the Head Ball Coach hangs up his visor (for now). The Jerks also run down the big Fantastic Four non-trade non-story, the Hulk showing up in the next Thor movie, and the big mistake Robert Kirkman may have made with The Walking Dead. Those Two Jerks–Like Carl Grimes, we don’t stay in the house, either!
It’s an episode full of delusions! Whether it’s RGIII’s delusions of greatness, Adrian Peterson’s convenient memory, James Harrison’s delusions about youth sports, or Hollywood’s delusions about a post-apocalyptic Zorro movie, the Jerks are all over it. Plus, some strange Batman v. Superman news, and the guys plan the slate of Nintendo movies. Those Two Jerks: The Sultans of Snark!
Luke Ridnour had a bad week, but the Jerks sure didn’t! We’re talking the rash of fireworks injuries in the NFL, UFC 189, and a version of baseball our fight sports correspondent can get behind. Oh, right, there was also COMIC-CON this week! Complete coverage of all the big news, including the Star Wars panel, that Batman v. Superman trailer, and the Deadpool footage. Plus, Unicron talks about that Ghostbusters photo, and we rundown the week in non Comic-Con geek news! T2J: We make the tasteless fireworks jokes, so you don’t have to!
We talk our NFL Draft predictions (boy, were we wrong), A-Rod catching Willie Mays, Mayweather-Pacquiao, and John ‘Bones’ Jones’ legal troubles. Plus, Age of Ultron, those Suicide Squad and Batman v. Superman photos, plus (nearly) confirmed information that Warner Bros. MAY not know what it’s doing with the DC Universe. Those Two Jerks–not fast, but DEFINITELY furious!