In this one, we went to see Bob and Kelly in Santa Barbara, Chris has terrible nightmares while Andy sleeps soundly, we saw Star Trek: Beyond and Stranger Things (spoilers run from 16:00 to about 36:48), then we dive into all the comics and cons!
I could write out all the things here, but naaaaaah. You'll see. There's also a mind-numbing argument/discussion about Captain Marvel vs. Captain Marvel.
Spoiler alerts: Star Trek at 16:00 right into Stranger Things at 23:30, but we still manage to not get into everything.
We DEFINITELY missed things. Stop yelling at your speakers and yell at us with typing!
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Face: The Book, has us on it, all paged up with the name of Sunday Sandwich
And let's never forget, Jared Leto is the greatest actor of our time.
Thanks for listening!
Batch (Brian[from the Doomtown podcast])and Bob tell their Stephen Hawking stories (Bob wins). We briefly discuss Netflix's Stranger Things (shut up and go watch that right now). Bob continues to blow our minds with physics. Vacuum instability. Dark matter and dark energy. Black hole entropy. And we come right the fuck back at him with space hoagies, beers, and farts. We get Bob's version of the Space Camp story, and it's everything you could want it to be. Reader Mail! Thanks for watching!
In this one, um, one, we've got guests! We've got Brian from Doomtown! Listen to Doomtown. We've got series regular Will Gruen! We've also got VIP Robert McNees, a.k.a. Andy's brother Bob! He's a physics professor, and we get real deep into gravitational waves and whatnot.
Stay tuned for Part Two, in which we get Bob's side of the Space Camp story, Stranger Things, Reader Mail, and the Valleys of Reality.
As always, thanks for listening, and send us something to taco 'bout! On Twitter, @sunday_sandwich, or on the electronic mail, firstname.lastname@example.org.
Don't whiz on the electric fence.
In this one, Chris is moving out, Will is moving in, D&D love is being rekindled, a little Mapplethorpe, a little comic book stuff, we dug up Robert Johnson's original demo tape for a TV show, Two Days Ago in History, Celebrity Spotlight, and so much (not that much) more.