Blah Blah Podcast Episode 87: Captain Planet Has AIDS

This week on the show we discuss the new teaser trailer for “Logan”, Donald Glover casted as young Lando in the young Han Solo movie, Tim Miller leaving “Deadpool 2”, the name of the new aliens in “Alien: Covenant”, the director of the next “Godzilla” movie, a new experiment with HFR, the return of the Pokemon Go segment, Twitter Q&A, and this week in Missle Anus.

Blah Blah Podcast Episode 86: What a List!

This week on the show we discuss the new Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2 teaser trailer, early projections of the opening weekend box office for Doctor Strange, Entertainment Weekly’s List of the Top 50 Most Powerful Superheroes & Top 10 Best Superhero Villains, GQ’s ranking of the Top 50 Halloween Costumes for 2016, Twitter Q&A, and this week’s edition of Missle Anus.

Top 10 Hell in a Cell Matches of All Time

This month, WWE is presenting their now annual October gimmick PPV “Hell in a Cell”, featuring not one, not two, but three Hell in a Cell matches! That may be overkill (2009 for example), but I decided what better time then now to rank the best the Cell has to offer. Here are my picks for the Top 10 Hell in a Cell matches of all time:

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Blah Blah Podcast Episode 85: Rogue One: A Power Rangers Story

This week on the show, Jason talks about his trip to New York Comic Con, the brand new trailer for Rogue One, the new teaser trailer for the Power Rangers reboot movie, Netflix’s Iron Fist trailer & Luke Cage, the villain of The Defenders announced, Wolverine 3 now  called Logan, a new villain for Black Panther, the highest paid director in Hollywood today, a live-action Aladdin remake, Twitter Q&A, and this week in Missle Anus.

Best of Missle Anus Volume 4: Burger King & Butter

In this very special Best Of show, we have compiled some of the funniest moments from the show’s “Missle Anus” segment. Volume Four features multiple topics relating to Burger King and other food products, Star Wars cologne, and thousand year old Irish butter.

Why I Love: Ghostbusters

By Shaun Smith (@the_brackshow)

Who you gonna call? Certainly not Paul Feig.

“Ghostbusters” is widely regarded as one of the best science fiction comedies of all time, if not the best all-around comedy of all time. Released back in 1984 and directed by Ivan Reitman, “Ghostbusters” was a massive hit among audiences and spawned a sequel, numerous animated cartoons, comic books, and a soft-reboot that was released this year.

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