If you haven't seen Black Panther yet, the numbers indicate you might be one of the only ones. We've all seen it, so we discuss it in this week's episode. Don't worry, the cat themes don't stop there. They hang around as we discuss The Last Jedi deleted scenes, the early reviews of Jessica Jones, the future of the MCU and more. So join us as the cat gets petted and the Scott gets clawed in this week's Geek Supreme.
The Last Jedi Blu-Ray Deleted Scenes Revealed
Marvel Makes Plans For More Movies
Jessica Jones Season 2 Early Reviews
The Muppets and The Cobra Kai are coming back, so we have to make it weird. We'll discuss the rumored Muppet return to television and decide which Muppets would merge to make scary offspring. Daniel and Johnny are back in a new YouTube Red series, and we figure out the best and worst things that could happen in the Cobra Kai show. Aquaman seems to have had a really good test screening. So, does that mean is character is "cinematic"? We'll discuss that, as well as some of the new details about the Star Wars hotel. Join us for those discussions as well as a game of WWRS (What Would Regina Say) since Jenn is stepping in for Regina.
Muppets Will Get a Reboot Series
Aquaman Test Screenings Are Postive
Mark Millar's MCU/DCEU Theory
New Star Wars Hotel Images
Last week, it was announced that the losing geeks would have to talk like Yoda during today's show. If they forget, it can cost them points. That can lead to anger, the anger leads to hate, and the hate leads to Yoda saying some evil things. Along the way, we'll discuss the Toy Story expansion at Disneyworld, plus, the good, bad and the smelly toys that came out of this year's Toy Fair. Plus, we'll pitch our own toy ideas. So, if you haven't guessed it yet, TOYS is the theme of the day. So, come play with us this week!
Disney announces Toy Story Land Opening
Iron Man Toys Launched the MCU
Poop Toys Are All Over the Toy Fair
People grew up watching Han Solo in the 1980s, and yet somehow we're going to see a younger version of him in 2018. The Solo trailer reactions kick-off our 1980s-themed show. A movie starring Han Solo isn't the only thing attempting a comeback. Kenneth Johnson is working on a movie trilogy based on the classic V series. The podcast is also loaded with flashbacks about Goonies, Bill and Ted, Spaceballs, The A-Team, Predator, Star Trek TNG, The Last Starfighter and more. So, put on your parachute pants and breakdance your way into this week's show!
Solo: A Star Wars Story Teaser
Kenneth Johnson Working on V Trilogy
The show is off this week, but that doesn't mean there isn't something to hear. Check out some of the best segments from The Geek Supreme, featuring plugged up characters, lathered up Sith Lords, frightening childhood stories and more.
Jenn Murray steps in for Regina this week, and that means she's playing for her (No pressure). She'll step into a Geek Supreme game loaded with news quizzes, Muppet Babies, Oscars and a mini-store. First, we'll try to make sense of a new study that claims it determined why people like/dislike the MCU and the DCEU. In a retro part of the show, we'll discuss the new Muppet Babies cartoon and clear up Scott's Skeeter confusion. We'll also talk about a man's mini-model of an old video store. Finally we'll talk about the blockbusters that The Oscars snubbed and try to predict Black Panther's Rotten Tomatoes score. There's so much fun to be had here, you might just say, "Oh god!"
Tiny Replica Video Store Offers Tiny Nostalgia
Blockbusters The Oscars Missed
New Muppet Babies Features New Character
Study Claims It Knows Why Marvel Movies Are So Successful
We live in a world where people find it necessary to create all-male and all-female versions of Star Wars moves and declare unreleased films to be utter disasters before any footage has been seen. So, we need to have a podcast about it. Don't worry, we also talk about vampires in Law & Order and cardboard boxes that make great video games! So, there's some normalcy here. However, the geeks have to weather it all effectively because Darth Taxus is going to reward The Geek Supreme and penalize the losers. However, neither the winner or the losers get a shirtless Jeff Goldblum Funko Pop.
Mark Hamill & Rian Johnson Mock All-Female Cut of The Last Jedi
Now There's An All-Female Cut of The Last Jedi
The Han Solo Movie Will Be a Trainwreck
Stephen King's Law & Order Idea
Funko Revels Shirtless Jurassic Park Pop
The Geek Supreme is finally back! Today's episode was originally supposed to air on January 9th. In it, you'll hear how everyone is feeling about The Last Jedi one month later. Also, the DCEU is making more changes behind the scenes, all while Lindsay Lohan starts her online campaign to be Batgirl. Can either of those things turn into anything good...or disastrous? The Orville has been renewed for another season, and some are hearing rumors about a Family Guy crossover. Can a live action/cartoon crossover ever be a cool thing? We'll throw around some ideas. Jodie Foster has thrown around her ideas about comic book movies, and we'll respond to those.
DC Names New Head As Changes Continue
Lindsay Lohan Campaigning For Batgirl Role
The Orville/Family Guy Crossover May Be in the Works
Jodie Foster Slams Superhero Movies
The Last Jedi is finally out, and we've seen a lot of reactions. In our last episode of 2017, we share ours. Join us as we discuss all things Episode 8, including new characters, new force powers, humor scenes, character deaths, little porgs, Rey's parents and more. We'll also fit The Last Jedi into our Star Wars rankings and talk about what may or may not happen in Episode 9. Along the way, each contestant will be tempted by the dark side. Event though we won't serve green milk or roasted porg, we would be honored if you would join us.
Salt Lake fought "The Con" and "The Con" won. So, what happens now? If San Diego trademarked "Comic-Con", how should other conventions respond? We'll discuss. We'll also talk about the prospects of a Quentin Tarantino Star Trek movie and who might star in it. Also, we'll react to Wolverine heading to podcastland and Jessica Jones is back in March. The show starts with Christmas present bribes and ends with The Force Awakens trivia questions. That makes for a happy holiday episode full of toilet motivational, wiener cooking, time-turning fun with a dose of Kanjiklub and beasts.
San Diego Comic-Con Won Its Trademark Dispute With Salt Lake
Quentin Tarantino Making Rated R Star Trek Movie
Jessica Jones Season 2 Trailer
Wolverine: The Long Night Podcast
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