Welcome back to Podvocacy.

This week, Jason and David talk about electrical issues, the new Martin Scorsese film, Silence, and two year old birthdays.

The majority of the episode is spent discussing this week’s selection for “The Winter of Our Discontent”, 2011’s Green Lantern, starring Ryan Reynolds. How badly did we hate it? You’ll have to listen to find out.

(But I can tell you…it ain’t good.)

Finally, David spends a little time talking about his opinion of the Kazuchika Okada vs Kenny Omega wrestling match from New Japan Pro Wrestling’s Wrestle Kingdom 11.

Thanks for listening everyone, and just remember: the bigger you are, the faster you burn. Or something.

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  • – a word posuer, eh? I concur!
    – I have a vague memory of the Weird Al Saturday morning show being on, would have never guessed 1999
    – No WiFi is the trade off for 55 degree Januarys in Colorado
    – Birthday cake for breakfast is right up the alley of everyone else in my house but me
    – I saw this movie twice, once opening weekend again when I watched for Prod Prod, let’s dive in
    – An Extended Cut of this movie exists? Gross
    – I think that eating cereal while driving was in a sticom
    – “He’s too good looking to be Guy Gardner” how DARE you!
    – It’s never a skipable episode, fellas
    – No mention of Tom’s horribly racist nickname in that article? Good on ya, wikipedia!
    – In reviewing the movie through you guys, a lot of this movie suffers from ‘Watchmen syndrome’ and by that I mean, it happened in the comics so we HAVE to put it in out comic book movie, regardless of it making sense or not
    – At this point, this was at least the fourth different live action version of Amanda Waller in DC stuff
    – I’m still trying to figure out who he is and what he does (well)
    – Jerry Jarrett wrote I, Vampire? I’ll have to check it out!
    – Fun fact, they did a recreation of that track as a real Hot Wheels set with glowing track. However, due to the poor performance of the film, the set is in high demand and limited supply
    – Do we ALL find ‘his’ Deadpool more likeable?
    – I can see a cameo from that guy in a GLC movie, you know, for fan service
    – So, the studio’s not happy with the dailys for ‘Justice League’ but enjoyed what the saw early on from ‘Batman v Superman’? I don’t trust this studio
    – John Cena is awesome, he could play the shark in the Jaws remake as well

  • – he’s definitely a poseur.
    – I double checked, and it was actually 1997. I was remembering the fact that the theme song to the show was on his 1999 album, Running With Scissors.
    – But I want it all!
    – I actually didn’t have birthday cake this morning, because I had a second piece last night, and I thought it would be too much.
    – Podcasts…the only reason anyone watches Green Lantern.
    – Yeah, I didn’t realize it was the extended cut when I started it. I would have found a different copy if I had known.
    – Wasn’t there an “Always Sunny” where someone does it, and calamity ensues?
    – Sorry. (not sorry)
    – Glad to hear that.
    – It is mentioned on the character’s Wikipedia page that his nickname is “Pieface.” That is not good.
    – This is a very good point.
    – I enjoyed Pam Grier’s Amanda Waller on Smallville. But, hey, it’s Pam Grier.
    – I’ll be honest, without going back and listening, I’m not sure what this is referring to.
    – Well, you know.
    – Thanks for that.
    – Well, we (Jason and I) do.
    – I suppose that’s possible, especially since almost 10 years will have passed by that point.
    – I worked at Six Flags in St. Louis when they were owned by WB…I don’t trust them either.
    – I would pay to see that.