Kevin’s picks on DVD this week: Jupiter Ascending, Parks and Recreation: Season 7, The SpongeBob Movie: Sponge Out of Water, McFarland USA and Focus
Stinker of the week: Tom & Jerry: The Gene Dietch Years
MOVIE: ****1/2 (out of 5)
DVD EXPERIENCE: ***1/2 (out of 5)
Amy Poehler as LESLIE KNOPE
Rashida Jones as ANN PERKINS
Aziz Ansari as TOM HAVERFORD
Nick Offerman as RON SWANSON
Aubrey Plaza as APRIL LUDGATE
Chris Pratt as ANDY DWYER
Jim O’Heir as JERRY GERGICH
Retta as DONNA MEAGLE
Adam Scott as BEN WYATT
Rob Lowe as CHRIS TRAEGER
Created by: Greg Daniels & Michael Schur
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In this very special episode: The Idiots are on fire this week, both for television and for movies. They open up their first segment with a discussion of Marvel films and the insanity around spoilers and regional screenings. Kevin also throws some love to the Ohio 24-Hour Sci-Fi Marathon (and stay tuned for a Second Reel episode on that). Then it’s into the television news, which is pretty hearty this week and open for discussion. Next, the Idiots talk about various television shows they watched, including a scathingly sexist (not really) rant about Girls. Finally, they lay down some recommendations and DVD picks before assembling their way out of here.
In this very special episode: In what just might be the most offensive episode of the show yet, Merrill and Kevin cut loose some shows off their DVR line-up. They complain about all things Whitney and fawn over New Girl a little more. Plus, they talk about all the hot new shows coming over the airwaves. They also talk about what makes Merrill’s ass so delicious and why Kevin is obsessed with horror movies. After rattling through a slate of TV news, they also take a look at some DVDs and Idiot Recommendations. And be sure to stick around for the post-credit sequence, where the Idiots really attempt to alienate some listeners.
In this very special episode: It’s premiere week, so the Idiots were busy watching hours and hours of television. It’s a tough life, but someone has to do it. But before they give the rundown on the new and returning shows, they talk about Facebook, Netflix Twi-hards, Nikki Finke and a burned dog butt. Then they move on to television news before giving feedback on the good (like New Girl), the bad (like Whitney) and the ugly (like Charlie’s Angels). Then they move on to the Sound Offs, DVD suggestions and the Idiot Recommendations before sailing off into the sunset. And a big thanks to Coby Bell from Burn Notice for giving us a lead-in this week.