Jamie, Jimmy and Bob ask each other if they are happy as they breakdown the newest Marvel script to Sam Raimi's Doctor Strange In The Multiverse Of Madness.
Bob once again uses Shrimp Night! to expose his forgotten internet-radio failures, this time focusing on two "podcasts that never were" with two of his best friends, Huey Hesson and Mike Stettes! Backrow Bastards was a DVD commentary podcast hosted by Bob and Mike, around five unreleased episodes existed (they think.) The Chet Program Program with Wet and Chet was Bob and Huey's attempt to try and make a whole show off a very weird name, it lasted one episode, which was released to the public and then promptly abandoned! The guys walk down their personal memory lane of posting content on the internet since the 2000s, celebrating the few things that worked and cracking up over the litany of things that absolutely did not.
Listen to Disco Spy by Hestus (a song made by Huey and Mike) HERE!
Jamie, Jimmy and Bob aren't careful what they wish for as they dig through the script to the global box office juggernaut that is Marvel's Spider-Man: No Way Home.
Jamie, Jimmy and Bob don't have a bad feeling about this episode because joining in on the script talk is Star Wars super fan, filmmaker Eduardo Sánchez, director on such projects as The Blair Witch Project, Lovely Molly, V/H/S/2, From Dusk Till Dawn: The Series, Lucifer, Supernatural, Yellow Jackets and the upcoming Star Trek: Strange New Worlds!
Check out Ed on the official Star Wars YouTube channel HERE!
Bob has a grand old time laughing it up with his good buddy Brandon Hardesty! Brandon is a super talented writer and actor who snowballed to fame in the early days of YouTube. His videos led to appearances on Jimmy Kimmel and David Letterman, acting in movies with the likes of William H. Macy, Nick Swardson and The Scorpion King and portraying the live-action version of Eric Cartman on South Park! Somehow years later he ended up in one of Bob's short films, and thus their friendship was forged in fire! Oh also they talk about their Top 10 Favorite Parenting Movies.
Once again Bob wields the nebulous format of SHRIMP NIGHT! to placate his "podcasting midlife crisis." Years ago Sarah Gorman, Becky Hackerman, Mike Walls and Bob were the co-hosts of a horror movie podcast that only lasted a handful of episodes. The podcast was called NOW SLAYING, it ended pretty quick. Becky and Sarah join Bob to discuss memories, why it stopped so abruptly and to relive the old glory days by reviewing the water-logged, found-footage horror film THE DEEP HOUSE!