Shockingly Last-Minute Transit Conferences

Much like the series itself, Thad and Carl return after an unexpectedly long hiatus to talk about the third installment of the Mission: Impossible franchise, creatively titled Mission: Impossible III. As always, we ask the important questions like, what exactly IS the Rabbit’s Foot? How much current does it take to kill you? And how do a government employee and a nurse afford such a big house outside DC?

I’ve Seen PRIMER…This Movie Is Not Complicated

Your mission, should you choose to accept it, is to find all Dutch angles, split diopter shots, and humorous computer/tech choices made in this film. Should you fail, the Secretary will disavow all knowledge of your existence. Your download will self-destruct in five seconds. Don’t forget to like and subscribe.

The Unnecessarily Extended Version

On this normal-length episode, we discuss the Extended Edition of Spy (2015), a film that despite some unfortunate choices at times, we both enjoyed quite a bit. However, when the Extended Edition mainly involves literal dick jokes and five punchlines for the same scene, maybe just go with the theatrical version.

Entertainment that Costs Less than Your House

Elevator Operator Manually Sliding The Door Closed

Licence to Spiel returns, ostensibly to talk about the 1954 TV adaptation of “Casino Royale.” While we do talk about this interesting time capsule of entertainment, we also fall down several rabbit holes, including a long discussion of the 90s cartoon “James Bond, Jr.”

Watch Casino Royale (1954)

Normally, we would assume anyone listening to these shows will have seen the movie/show already. However, that’s probably not the case this time. Fear not! You can see the same version we did here courtesy of YouTube: