In 2003, Comedy Central's Chapelle's Show premiered to runaway critical and commercial success. A decade later, the guys look back and examine the formula and talent behind one of the great runs in comedy, as well as its enduring legacy.
Mar 29th, 2015 by fullofsoundandfury
The boys break bread and try to formulate a plan to watch all the great movies and television on the slate for the remainder of 2015.
What do Daredevil, The Dirty Mac, #FourChildhoodCrushes, and Fortune Tellers have in common? Absolutely nothing.
The guys are back from San Antonio and chock full of opinions about PAX South 2015 and #GamerGate.
The inaugural Penny Arcade Expo South draws nigh and the boys are here with their pro tips on how to survive/enjoy the experience.
Ariel and Cyrus talk a little early season NBA before taking a look back at the year that was in 2014.
Autumn is here and the guys review/critique/ship The Age of Ultron trailer, the Marvel Cinematic Universe Phase 3 line-up, DC's four TV series, the court case between Batman and Superman, the new Taylor Swift album, the horrors of Future's End, and dipthongs.
Guardians of the Galaxy, Marvel Studios' surprise movie hit of the summer, featured a wildly popular soundtrack comprised of 12 classic songs from the 70s and 80s. In this episode, we try to make an even better playlist.
With its third season drawing nigh, the guys do an in-depth review of the CW's surprisingly quality series, Arrow. Also in this episode, we examine who has better nicknames: the NBA or Game of Thrones, discuss how the Joker spends his spare time, and search for America's Next Top Comic Book Artist.
The guys examine the success of Guardians of the Galaxy, recap the big announcements from San Diego Comic Con, and talk a little anime in this installment of Full of Sound and Fury podcast.