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There’s a whole lot of resentment of pretty people as we review The Shannara Chronicles, an MTV production about elves that don’t have sex half as much as Spartacus. Leonardo Di Caprio leads the charge through the freezing wilderness in The Revenant. Shaun questions whether Chris Hemsworth is a good actor or just good at being Chris Hemsworth while picking a fight with the wrong mammal in In the Heart of the Sea. Mike threatens blonde supremacy by setting a record for most questions misunderstood in one podcast.
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Blockbuster season kicks off with Earth’s Mightiest Heroes returning for round two in AVengers: Age of Ultron. Is James Spader secretly an elephant? Is Hawkeye’s vulnerability endearing or annoying and does the Black Widow’s back story actually exist? We dive into the hear to of these and other Marvel universe questions. Along the way we review Happyish from Steve Coogan and Wolf Hall an historical drama that may make the past more boring than it already is, but that could possibly make it a good TV show, we explain how!
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Mark discovers what throwing in the towel means in Galway. Steve gets pwned in geography throwdown with Mike. Shaun finds that there is no internet, or indeed Slippery Nipples, in custody. In movies, Jack and the Big Dude is top of the list as the team from TrainSpotting try to stay sober. Next up is Red Dawn, a remake of the 1984 classic, but with lost Koreans, waaaaay hotter jeans, and Chris Hemsworth picking things up and putting them down. TV is very polite initially, with the not so polite Legit forcing us to revaluate hooker’s standards, but all the friendly banter breaks down as THE Cult divides the pack. We lose track of what is real, or might have been real depending on who is watching, and Mark is beaten soundly by his empty chair and a pig’s ear in commentary contribution. Some tasty morsels in previews with Star Trek, The Undiscovered Panties, Disconnect, the epic tale of something to do with the internet that sparks thoughts of an Oranmore senator fighting Sandra Bullock to the death armed only with peanut butter, Lee Majors’ left bollick and an OSI model that probably isn’t as good looking as you might think. Finally, Knife Fight, a political rom com, where a supposedly ageing Rob Lowe defies his “snorting coke off a hoes ass” past to make us all feel really insecure about ourselves.