Nov 15, 2018
Greetings, true believers! Welcome to Episode 43. Hope you liked the Stan Lee tribute we did in the intro. We were going to talk about his death a lot more but ran out of time. So unfortunately you just get the intro and a few words at the end. Sometimes it's not good to bury the lede. RIP, Stan. You'll be missed by many.
Before we give you the breakdown, we'd like to apologize for the sound quality on this episode. We had to record in a different fashion than we normally do and as a result, you will hear a lot of background noise and things that we'd normally be able to mute out. With Steve being sick on this one, you'll hear a lot of hacking. We normally use 2 vocal tracks and can edit that stuff out. This time it's all on one track and there wasn't much we could do to fix it. We did what we could though. Give us a pass on this one, will ya? We'll be back to normal next week.
Dan talks about the docuseries "The Eighties" on Netflix as well as "Beastie Boys Book" by Adam "Ad Rock" Horowitz and Michael "Mike D" Diamond. He also got to see an early screening of "Fantastic Beasts: The Crimes of Grindelwald" and gives a spoiler free review. Lastly Steve and Dan review "Overlord" now in theaters.
That's the gist, folks. Time to put us in your earholes. Let's meet here same time next week.
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