Joel Murphy is joined by special guest co-host Marty McGuire (of the We Have to Ask podcast). They talk about Marty’s move to New York, Stan Lee’s cameo in Captain Marvel and the meta realities of Adam Ruins Everything and Person of Interest.
What does Stan Lee’s Captain Marvel cameo mean for the MCU? How is Marty adjusting to life in NYC? Does Hobo Radio need a “privilege alarm”? The answers to these questions and more are on this week’s show.
With Tinder Live! celebrating its fifth anniversary tomorrow, we took the opportunity to catch up with its creator, Lane Moore. We talk to her about the response to her memoir How To Be Alone, her band It Was Romance playing SXSW and why Tinder Live! should be adapted into a television show.
Joel Murphy and Lars Periwinkle share their thoughts on this past Sunday’s Academy Awards telecast, including Olivia Coleman’s delightful acceptance speech, Black Panther winning big and Green Book winning Best Picture. Joel also discusses the delightful creepy doll horror movie The Boy and the Orson Welles biopic They’ll Love Me When I’m Dead.
Did the Oscars need a host? Is Maurice LaMarche a better Orson Welles than Orson Welles? How did The Boy‘s protagonist’s creepy American boyfriend find her in a remote manor in England? The answers to these questions and more are on this week’s show.