The pod stays with the school theme this week with Wes Anderson's 1998 comedy "Rushmore." The hosts do a little (verbal) dance and talk a little love and have a genuinely good time talking about this coming of age film. Won't you join them?
P.S. The Jacques-Yves Cousteau quote actually reads as follows: "When one man, for whatever reason, has the opportunity to lead an extraordinary life, he has no right to keep it to himself."
Everybody makes mistakes, so lay off us will ya, jeez!
This week the Bad Boys don't play hooky for a change and stay in school! Cory and Jasper finish up the first season of My Hero Academia and introduce a new segment! Things get thrown way back, get hostile, and get...political? With a season two of My Hero Academia already released, will they love the first season enough to keep watching? Tune in to find out!
The YMLT Bad Boys are comin at ya hard with their second ever bonus episode. The hosts talk about summer indie sensation "The Big Sick" while touching on the merits of Ray Romano's acting ability and the stigma of going to the movies alone. Is this rom-com more rom than com? Listen and find out!
What a summer of sports that was! As everyone knows, every summer ends with the start of the school year and the same is true for podcasting seasons. Cory and Jasper study up for My Hero Academia and go a little cue crazy. Like even if you like cues (who doesn't) you might get sick of it. Regardless, tune in!
The You Might Like This Summer of Sports ends with a bang this week with a movie that perfectly encapsulates the mid-2000s: The Longest Yard. Let the sultry sounds of Cory, Jasper and Gwen Stefani trasnport you back to a simpler time, when Adam Sandler was a little less insufferable and movies featured quotes like "You gotta protect your McNuggets" and "Can o' corn."
The YMLT Bad Boys are coming at you with a little midweek bonus episode about Edgar Wright's summer thrill ride, Baby Driver. Full disclosure, Jasper and Cory recorded this about a month ago while this movie was still in theaters, so whatever you do, do NOT listen to them when they tell you to go see this in theaters! If you go and ask for tickets to Baby Driver at your local theater, you will be laughed at and ridiculed. So, unless you love being humiliated, STAY HOME AND WAIT FOR IT TO COME OUT ON NETFLIX!
You asked for it. That's right the hosts are talking about baseball again this week because they watched "Princess Nine." What's that? You didn't ask for more baseball-related podcast episodes? Well too bad, cause here it is. Cory questions the journalstic integrity on display in the anime and the number of people with blue hair in anime. Jasper draws similarities between "Princess Nine" and "Angels in the Outfield" and coins the term Cock McSqueeze. Hashtag it!
Hey batta batta, hey batta batta, suh-wing batta. The YMLT Bad Boys are back at it this week with another episode in the Summer of Sports catalogue. Cory and Jasper discuss the star-studded 90s baseball flick Angels in the Outfield. They question the intelligence of an orphan, cover a song by Hinder and fail to make a phone call. It's either a lot of fun or their worst episode yet. You decide!
Things get hot and bothered on the ice this week as Cory and Jasper step back out onto the rink for Yuri on Ice! Things are uncomfortable at first but when the awkward tension is finally broken by some Lil Debbie your hosts discuss this show filled with sexual innuendo. Throw away the conservative ideas of love and tune the fuck in!
Your hosts hit the ice this week with an episode about another 90s classic - The Mighty Ducks. Cory and Jasper get back to their You MIght Like This roots with some classic drops and the return of America's favorite segment. Jasper has an extremely important question for Cory at the top of the episode, and later on Cory questions whether Jasper even likes him. In the end it is pretty clear they each just hate themselves. It is a fun addition to the summer of sports!