On this first episode of BGN in 2019, we discuss the endless list of Avengers: Endgame theories and introduce a few of our own. We also discuss the Ghostbusters and The Big Lebowski teasers and ask why Weezer has turned into such a lame-ass cover band? On the Fat Shack, we sample some delicious wares from across the cardiac-clogging country such as Lay’s “Fried Pickle Chips and Ranch” chips (no, that’s not a typo).
On this episode we discuss the PS1 Classic and why we have no competition from Nintendo, we also swoon over the announcement of the live-action Avatar series from Netflix. We also talk about clam-flavored candy canes, a Hello Kitty cafe, Pop Tarts cereal and Pumpkin Pie Ice Cream from 7-11 on Fat Shack and the best film of 2019...Stan and Ollie!
On this episode of Boldly Going Nowhere, we're recording live from the Baltimore Podcast Festival 2018! We discuss the Playstation 4 Spider-Man Game and the next-gen console war we didn't know still existed (FB blocking, Todd, really?) We also talk action figures available exclusively at Rite-Aid (wait, what?). Last, and least, Waluigi fails to make the cut of the latest Smash Brothers, but the secretary from Animal Crossing does?
On this episode of Boldly Going Nowhere, Zack arrives while taking a moment from his "Spider-Man" marathon on the PS4 to tell us about how the game is. We also discuss the rumors surrounding Henry Cavill and Ben Affleck's departure from the DCEU and possible reboot, we also somehow get on the topic of Star Wars (somehow...again).
It's the Season 7 premiere of Boldly Going Nowhere! Colin returns from his fictional adventures on the Isle of Man (not as sexy as it sounds). Actually, Colin returns from a sick leave after being diagnosed with diabeetus (Wilford Brimley will be mentioned, sorry) Brian describes his life becoming a professional wrestler while discussing his love for the Greek Isles...you'll see in the episode
On This Episode, Summer Movies! Random Star Wars tangents! A shit ton of Wrestling!
All this and more!
.On this episode of Boldly Going Nowhere, special guest Bo Ross from the Superior House of Pain Wrestling School joins us to discuss E3, Nascar, and the passing of Anthony Bourdain. Also, we talk shop and discuss what we've been up to for the last few weeks
This week on Boldly Going Nowhere, we discuss Avengers: Infinity War and how it's pre-sales are outselling the last several titles combined. We also discuss the wrestlefight and all the sweaty, oily fighting boys that it entails. Finally, Clayton Myers is here discussing Krypton on SYFY and how it somehow is not as bad as he thought.
This week on Boldly Going Nowhere, we return from AwesomeCon, tired and more broke than usual. Black Panther cracks the top 10 highest grossing films of all time, yet Thanos Demands Your Silence on Infinity War. Insomniac’s Spider Man finally swings in with a September release date and on the Fat Shack: Burger King psyches us out with a dessert concoction and Arby’s gives Sean the meats, just how he like it. All this and more so strap in and sit tight, you’re Boldly Going Nowhere!
This time on BGN, we're still at Awesome Con, and we're discussing the etiquette of talking to celebrities in bathrooms, Brian getting his championship belt signed and becoming a member of a wrestling school. We also gush over an attendee cosplaying as Viking Swedish Chef, so strap in and sit tight, you're Boldly Going Nowhere!
On this episode of Boldly Going Nowhere, we discuss Elon Musk's dream of turning the stratosphere into Space Junk Belt in exchange for world-wide wi-fi. We also talk Jim Carrey's new career: making very weird paintings of Donald Trump and submitting them to the Smithsonian for consideration. We also recoil in horror at the revelation of the world's first case of "Super Gonorrhea" in the UK, no word on whether or not James Bond was involved. Finally, Sean gives us a mostly spoiler-free review of "Ready Player One", so strap in and sit tight, you're Boldly Going Nowhere!
This time on Boldly Going Nowhere, SPOILER ALERT: we’re talking Black Panther, the first trailer for Wreck-it-Ralph 2 drops, the internet breaks as a result, James Gunn gives us a lesson in tree reproductive cycles and WOW, apparently Australians love Owen Wilson so much, they just decided to mimic him randomly in the streets. All that and more tonight so strap in and sit tight, because you’re Boldly Going Nowhere.
On this episode, Lost in Space is being rebooted as a Netflix TV series (news to us)! A new “Ready Player One” trailer drops and Sean sports a massive erection in response. Castwave Studios’ correspondent Dallas White joins us to hang out and discuss his film “17 Locust Street” We also talk Oscars 2018! Who whored their movie the most?!?!
On this episode, Colin is spending Valentine's Day with his girlfriend and Brian and Sean are messing about. They discuss local news stations mistaking Pyeongchang (the site for the 2018 Winter Olympics) for P.F. Chang's (a "upscale" Chinese Restaurant) They also discuss cars, summer vacations of years past, Batman: Ninja and experiences in retail hell.
This time on Boldly Going Nowhere, we discuss the Super Bowl (results, commercials and trailers), we also talk the predictions game and how Brian really can't catch a break. We also have a special guest, Jason Schlafstein of Flying V Theater! We discuss the work of Flying V melding pop culture in with high art, his dislike of Danny Rand in Iron Fist and Defenders and the newest show at Flying V, "IT'S THE REST OF THE WORLD THAT LOOKS SO SMALL: A Theatrical Review of Jonathan Coulton"!
Interested in learning more about Flying V Theater? Check them out at http://www.flyingvtheatre.com/
This time on Boldly Going Nowhere, the friendliest man in Hollywood will play The friendliest man on Public Television. Tom Hanks is Mr. Rogers. We find that New Orleans is having issues getting beads out of certain holes post-Mardi Gras, hopefully they’re gentle. Grumpy Cat sues a beverage company for likeness rights and wins, who says the legal system doesn’t work? Black Panther has quite the regal premiere, Eagles face-off against the Patriots and an artist is peacock-blocked by United Airlines...and we thought they had learned their lesson...
On this episode, Colin discusses his dislike of the new cardboard toys from Nintendo Labo, a Taco Bell employee "beans" his boss with a burrito and the newspaper kick up the puns. We discuss Finn piloting robots and Black Panther fighting Gollum and we have another rousing round of Twupdate.
On this episode of BGN, We speak of our holiday plans, we also bust Brian in the game of #Whammagedon (finally!) We have our friend Dallas White tell us the wonders of Moviepass and we mock Colin for spoiling plot points in Star Wars VII: The Last Jedi (meaning that he will join in the punishment from the predictions). Finally, we make another predictions game, this time for the Golden Globes 2018!
This week on Boldly Going Nowhere, we discuss the absurdity of Hello Kitty Wine. We discuss the intrigue of The Twilight Zone, rebooted by Jordan Peele for CBS All Access. We also get hyped for Fox and Disney are back at the negotiating table for Marvel properties. Finally, we give our new predictions bet for Castwave, The Last Jedi! As before, the winner gets a prize, the loser has to play a horrible drinking game!
This week on Boldly Going Nowhere, we discuss our holiday experiences and what is the greatest Thanksgiving food of all time (in our opinion). We also discuss Pringles Thanksgiving Meal chips, a truly mind-boggling assortment of flavors aimed at cornering the market for divorced dads on a budget. The Avengers: Infinity War trailer spawns the first ever predictions bet for Castwave, the winner gets a prize, the loser has to drink a Beanboozled shake!
On this episode, we discuss Disney wanting to buy 20th Century Fox? A new Star Wars trilogy is also announced shortly after those talks breaks down. Stranger Things 2 has been out for a few weeks so we discuss out non-spoilery opinions. We also talk Deadpool on the cover of Good Housekeeping and Nintendo release of a game for the Switch called...Skyrim?
On this episode, we discuss the trainwreck that was the Giant Robot Fight! We also try Jumpin' Jack Doritos, Mystery Flavor Oreos and Reptar Cereal! Which are good? Which are bad? You'll have to watch to find out! We also discuss Thor: Ragnarok and Justice League as both films are in theaters soon!
On the first interview episode of Season 6, Boldly Going Nowhere has the pleasure of interviewing Daralyn Kelleher! Daralyn is comedian, writer and Austin Powers impersonator! We discuss her move from NY to LA, the differences between writing stand-up and creating content for the internet and Scientology churches. If you want to learn more about Daralyn? Check her out on YouTube at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCP5XOcF6kz7xEwnoGh9qsnw/featured OR on Twitter at http://www.twitter.com/deekizzle
On this episode, we discuss Star Wars yet again! This time in the form of the The Last Jedi trailer and all of the feels it freaking gave us. We then discuss Mystery Flavor Oreos and how inappropriate it is that Nabisco thinks we guess the flavor of their mystery white cream! Sean surprises us with a Reptar Bar, it turns our tongue green (hopefully that's all)! We also discuss a game that makes it socially acceptable to play with your food to the delight of our inner children!
On the Season 6 premiere of Boldly Going Nowhere, we discuss the SNES Classic...again! No, but we humble pie on this subject as the system is actually pretty good. In pre-Christmas news? Santa's dead, kids! At least one version of him is. Netflix raises their rates, but they also give us a retro mobile game for Stranger Things! On The Fat Shack, Nicolas Cage becomes snack food (because Japan) and the Russian Burger King wants to ban IT (because marketing). We also have Twupdate, new Monopoly pieces and Star Wars Battlefront II to round out this new season of BGN!
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The Internet...the final frontier. These are the travels of Boldly Going Nowhere. Our on-going mission? To explore the strange new realms of nerddom, join hosts Colin Caccamise, Brian Massey and Sean Holmes for a weekly podcast that blends pop culture and the week's latest nerd news.