We reach the conclusion of the Trek Trilogy as Greg and Chico make the voyage to 1986 San Francisco with the Enterprise crew as they look for some humpback whales and get into all sorts of crazy shenanigans in the past.
Our final Halloween episode for this year is about a show which could be considered Twin Peaks for kids. Originally, it lasted a season but found life after its demise on several networks, including a follow-up series and a series of young adult books. Prepare yourself for the bizarre world of Eerie, Indiana.
We start Halloween off looking at an obscurity from the early 90s which apparently has a small cult following. Originally, this was called She-Wolf of London but due to budget cuts and production moving from London to Los Angeles, the show underwent a format change and went by Love and Curses.
After Westworld, the movie but before Westworld, the HBO series, there was a very brief TV series titled Beyond Westworld. In 1980, CBS attempted to continue the story of robots gone amok, the agents hired to stop them, and their creator from taking over the world.
For the 25th Live Show, Greg and Mike look at the 1988 ET ripoff "Mac and Me". A little alien is stranded on Earth away from his family where he befriends a little boy (does this look like anything?). Also, he and his family need Coke to live for some reason.
But yes, folks nothing about this movie would be complete without talking about Paul Rudd's favorite scene. Grab a Big Mac and listen to Greg and Mike watch the cinematic masterpiece that is "Mac and Me".
35 years ago, a series blended gritty stories, wartime allegories, and cutting edge special effects. If it wasn’t the violence that people were against, it was the toy tie-ins. A show that was ahead of its time could not have come at a worse time. Prepare for the Metal Wars as we talk about Captain Power and the Soldiers of the Future.
Greg and Chico finish the final two episodes of Obi-Wan Kenobi on Disney+ as they look to see if Obi-Wan can protect Luke and Leia before the Empire does and the answer is ................ well, obviously yes, because you know what happens later on.
But hey prepare yourself for the most why the hell were you in that place the whole time? cameo at the end of Episode 6.
Timecodes in case you are following the episodes along with us on Disney+.
Episode 5 - 4:08 (Start the stream at 0:03 in the timecode on the episode)
Episode 6 - 44:44
Mike, Greg and Chico are back for their second livewatch of Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction.
We watch another episode from Season 2 as Jonathan Frakes shows us stories about a retiring pro wrestler, a haunting VHS tape, a woman haunted by the ghost of her dead mother at a clothing store, an insurance scam and an escaping prisoner.
Play along with Mike and Chico as they determine what is truth and what is downright bullfunky.
"Beyond Belief: Fact or Fiction - Season 2, Episode 4" (Full Episode) - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DYdVJarunuI
Later this week is Star Trek Day, and we're talking about what is considered a continuation of the original series, done four years after the original's cancellation. Is this true Star Trek canon? Judge for yourself as we dive into Star Trek: The Animated Series.
This is it! We have reached another milestone, this time looking back at the show covered in the second half of episode 3. Unlike the first time, Chico is with us this time and thankfully can make the trip with us to Zippers?!?! Also, Greg has a major announcement which is truly a game changer. What is the major announcement? You have to listen to Episode 300 and find out!