The show attempts to try out fried chicken flavored candy. Guess who’s the first to drop out? Then, Eric and Michael review the Dexter reboot and the newest Hanks flick, Finch. Plus, trainer, Lydia Turner, explains how to stay fit during the Holidays! Follow her on Instagram @lydiairenee.
Michael remembers the loss of his first car, his 1987 Chevy Nova. With the help of his friend, Austin Wright, the two recount the tragic event that occurred on November 9, 2004. Plus, Eric Star reviews Dr. Strange. At least we think that’s what he did. Also, the show welcomes this weeks’ guest co-host, Mel Brooks.
The show talks about the latest Netflix crime documentary, The Vanishing at the Cecil Hotel. Michael discovers that The Cecil Hotel and the show have some history. Then later, find out if the CW’s Superman & Lois is worth the watch. Plus, Michael honors DFW radio icon, Russ Martin of The Russ Martin Show.
Actor & director, Alex Winter talks about his newest documentary Showbiz Kids which explores the highs and lows of child acting. Showbiz Kids is streaming now on HBO and HBO Max. Alex also talks about returning to the excellent world of Bill & Ted in Bill & Ted Face the Music. Plus, find out if Peacock is worth the sign-up. Then later, the show reveals which popular movies they find to be overrated.