Welcome back to another exciting episode of the Podwits Podcast! This week, Brian and J. take up arms against the evil tyrant named Jerry Seinfeld – a man who dares to compare those who upload to YouTube to a giant garbage can! But is there an ulterior motive to his mad claim? Then the boys turn […]
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In this very, very, very special episode of The Podwits Podcast the boys talk about seeing ‘horror’ in their youth, and more specifically, horrifying images in places that you wouldn’t normally expect to see it- like in Disney movies or on the BBC via PBS in America… (and what the heck was up with Disney’s dark side […]
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With Brian lost in upper Westchester in the trunk of an old, late-70’s Dodge, J and Dion celebrate the 50th anniversary of the James Bond film franchise and discuss their favorites, their least-thrilling installments, as well as some rejected Bond songs from some very famous artists. The two round the bend with a shout-out to Disney World’s 41st anniversary […]