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Summary: A comedy podcast with pop culture repercussions, we record our weekly show on Wednesdays 9PM CDT. Join live and chat or tweet with us, or subscribe to the podcast and leave us phone messages with your questions as you listen at your leisure. The more the merrier, so thanks for tuning in!
Now that The Deucecast Episode LX: The Podcast Ultimatum is in the books, there's nothing left to do but... The Deucecast Episode LXI: LA Podfidential! Its just Mikey and d$ in studio this week... we hit the show running with Mikey's birthday celebration... a trip to Atlanta and the zoo... Mikey's kid's fascination with pandas... his Best Buy gift card... the Alien Anthology... d$'s sick kid woes... snot sucking... eating at The Varsity... and phone calls versus texts. Also discussed is the recent death of the TMNT Michael Bay project... a "Brave" review... TV and Movie news... and Kevin Smith heads to Star Wars Celebration. We also remember The Deuce days, and the 12th anniversary of DeuceFest 2000! The guys play another quick round of The Ryan Phillippe Game, with Richard Gere, Robert Redford, and Eddie Murphy... Mikey's Music Minute with the comeback of a crappy 90s band The Smashing Pumpkins... and d$'s Buried Treasure has, literally, a buried treasure. The Big Three puts on the flannel, as the guys list not just 3, not 5, but 15 of their favorite 90s grunge/alternative songs... STP...Green Day...Nada Surf...Butthole Surfers...Bush...Lemonheads...Nirvana... and so much more... Next week, a very special episode of The Deucecast, as we bring in some of our favorite people, including Big Tom! Mikey has some more crap that he tries to pass off as music... and the final chapter of the Buried Treasure Americana Music Series, with an incredibly awesome incredible Buried Treasure that will have you shouting, "Awesome!" and "Incredible!" Our Big Three is Favorite American Themed Music... and that's on The Deucecast Ep LXII: Pod Force One.
Welcome to The Deucecast Episode SIXTY: The Podcast Ultimatum! As we celebrate 12 years since the first DeuceFest, we welcome back to the cast, Big Drew! Kicking off the show, we dig on Mangrates... MTV Spring Break... Father Day's celebrations... Father's Day Card searches... when does Father's Day count?... The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo ... Rio ... Sesame Street, the Movie? ... Cracker songs ... Mikey's crappy music is less crappy than normal with some Danger Mouse infused Norah Jones ... d$ busts out with a Queen Latifah starring unCommon movie... and Drew brings in a Smorg that leads to a great discusson on the legality of file sharing and downloading music. Do we do it? Should we do it? We answer those questions like only the hard hitting journalistic integrity of The Deucecast News Team can do. The Big Three sings a great song, with our favorite musical moments from non-musicals, including music from High Fidelity .. Back to the Future ...& Kill Bill: Volume 1 ...and Jennifer Love Hewitt. Twice! One of my favorites... The Tiny Dancer scene in Almost Famous ... And the music continues with a great round of Name That Crap! Next week, we try and get in Hurricane Rhett for our show, with a new music minute from Mikey... the final Treasure in our Americana Buried Treasure Series... and the Big Three goes slightly retro with The Big Three Favorite 90s Grunge Songs... that's on The Deucecast Episode LXI: The Girl with the Podcast Tattoo...
One step closer to the monumental Episode Sixty (well, all the shows are monumental, this one just happens to be a 10-number milestone, next week), its The Deucecast Episode the Fifty Ninth: The Podcast Supremacy. This famous scene from Reservoir Dogs made someone's list of Favorite Opening Sequences in Movies Mikey lets us know that when the wife is away, the Mikey will play, at least in terms of going to the movies over and over and over and over... and hooking up! (the surround sound, that is), plus a visit to a local brewery... that is only slightly less impressive than the travels of returning guest The Good Doctor Earl, who is back from a The Deucecast assignment in the Dominican Republic, infection and all. Mike's music lets us in on some Of Monsters and Men, while The Dying with Dr. Earl segment (sponsored by AudibleTrial.com/DEUCE) covers the crazy "face eating" story from south Florida. And The Ryan Phillippe game is up, played fast and furious and covering such luminaries as Denzel, Jude Law and, really, how many Julia Roberts movies can you name under pressure? This slightly less well known scene from the less well known independent film "Reservoir Deuce" did not make anyone's list The Big Three is our favorite opening scenes to movies, and we cover films from Spielberg, Nolan, Tarantino, Pixar, and even a little classical music too. We also hit on Prometheus, Snow White and the Huntsman, John Carter, Chronicle, That Thing You Do!, Rio and more, plus an in-depth (re: d$ was snoozing) discussion on IMAX technology, and chatter on The Hobbit and Mikey's love of Kirsten Dunst. Check us out next week, when Drewski Poohski makes his big June debut on The Big Show, bringing another movie smorg... The Buried Treasure returns with a classic Americana film that's a little unCommon... Mikey gives us more musical crap to have to suffer through... and we give you The Big Three Favorite Musical Scenes in all of filmdom. You can catch that on The Deucecast Episode LX: The Podcast Ultimatum
Its The Deucecast Episode 58, The Podcast Identity! Mikey and d$ are back for more supremacy in the podcast world, and joining us is the return of Mikey's (not)twin sista' Stephanie... joining us for more fun, making the trip from her home state of Missouri just to be here to see the show! Later on in the show, we get to trailers for "Django Unchained " and "Wreck-It Ralph "... Charlie Sheen's new 'tude... Green Lantern's new choices... John Mayer's new humiliation... and Miley Cyrus' new ring. We kick it off with an unidentified cola-type drink, called "Cola", and then we dive into discussions about Magic City Brewfest... Steel City Pops... searching for the perfect IMAX... baby talk... and former co-host Matty visiting overseas... Mikey's Music takes on The Lumineers , while d$ brings home another American Buried Treasure, M.C. Gainey, in Part Three of the Buried Treasure Americana Series... then Mikey tries to reclaim his dignity in Round Two of "Battle of the Sexes" with his sista'... We get happy with The Big Three this week too, with the songs that make us smile the most... and its an expounded, expanded, larger-than-life list with Tupac ... The Goo Goo Dolls ... Sheryl Crow ... The Avett Brothers... and last but certainly not least Kenny Loggins ... Next week... we get The Good Doctor Earl in studio and discuss The Big Three Favorite Movie Opening Scenes... and a round of The Ryan Phillipe Game... more Mikey Music Crap... and d$ discovers his powers. His Powers Booth, that is. That's on The Deucecast Episode 59: The Podcast Supremacy
Sometimes, when Mike and d$ have Hurricane Rhett in the studio, Mike and d$ sit back and ask themselves "What could be better than having one Barnett on the show?" That question was answered for us on The Deucecast Episode LVII: Indiana Dave and the Podcast of the Crystal Skull... the answer to that age-old query of "What is better than one Barnett" is quite simply... "Two Barnetts". That's right, Hurricane Rhett and his boo Amarylis join us in studio to crack wise, get funny with the ha ha and add to what is already an exceptional hour and change in podcast excellence. Its the 1980s Borat! What a country!!! The group kicks off the show with discussions on losing power... taking the kids to Atlanta... the new Earth Fare healthy supermarket... the alternatives to Scotty's space burial... visiting Branson, Missouri... and the crime of missing Yakov Smirnoff... Other topics discuss more Star Wars... a Twitter slap from Charlie to Jack... a viewing of Tower Heist... the box office prowess of The Avengers... and the return of one of Mikey's favorite kiddy cartoons. Mikey brings the crappy music once again with more Alabama Shakes... and d$ continues his Buried Treasure series with Part II of the Forgotten American Treasures with a huge group from the 80s that is largely missing from America's current culture. Rhett's Rants blows through the studio like a Hurricane, and once again, no one is disappointed... topics this time include gated communities... cute animals on Facebook... grown men and their ponytails... inspirational captions on Facebook... and pretty much any stay-at-home mom with too much time on their hands when it comes to Facebook postings all day long. The Big Three jumps in on more misery with the worst acting performances we've ever seen, including stellar bad turns from the likes of Kevin Costner... Tom Hanks... Vince Vaughn... and even the likes of legends like Gary Oldman and Morgan Freeman... oh, and somebody doing a horrible Michael Jackson impersonation. Too soon? Don't forget to join us next week when Steph Rector makes her return appearance, with our Big Three being Favorite Happy Songs. Plus, another edition of Forgotten American Treasures from d$, more crap from Mikey... and more fun in The Deucecast Episode LVIII: The Podcast Identity Mike's Music Minute: Boys & Girls - Alabama Shakes Dave's Buried Treasure: 20th Century Masters: The Millennium Collection: Best Of The Jets The Big 3: The One Where We Discuss The Worst Acting Performances Ever: Dave's Choice - Howie Long in Broken Arrow [Blu-ray] Mike's Choice - David Caruso in Jade [Blu-ray] Rhett's Choice Tom Hanks in Apollo 13 (15th Anniversary Edition) [Blu-ray] Amarilys's Choice - Michael Jackson in This Is It [Blu-ray] Roundtable Randomness: Yakov Smirnoff - Just Off The Boat: Recorded Live In Branson, Missouri 1994 Men in Black (+ UltraViolet Digital Copy) [Blu-ray]
Once again, its time. Its time for music. Its time for music. Its time for Drew. Its time... for... The Deucecast Episode LVI: Indiana Mikey and the Podcast Crusade! Right off the bat, we drink a little... thats drinking some Vitamin Fizz, by the way, which is better than you might think. Jumping into the week, Mikey discusses his zoo adventures, Drew talks about his crazy weekend travels and d$ has more sleepy trouble with caring for an infant. We also riff on The B in Apt 23... Veep... the upcoming Hatfield & McCoys... James Doohan in Space... GI Joe's release date... and does Superman II hold up anymore? Wil Wheaton becomes a topic of discussion, somehow... as does the trouble with Seal's lyrics... Cub Scouts, Webelos and Eagle Scouts... the trouble with Facebook and its possible legacy (AOL, anyone?)... and in a Nerd Alert, we answer the question, which is a higher ranking: A Star Trek Ensign, or a Star Trek Junior Grade? Its a very music heavy episode, as Mikey's Music Crap takes on The Shins and John Mayer... d$ begins his five part Americana Series for The Buried Treasure with an acting legend... and our Big Three Favorite Soundracks include music from Pulp Fiction... You've Got Mail... Phenomenon... and The Crow. And in a "how did we get here", we go from Nelson to Nilsson to a Bible Study highjacking of "Peaceful Easy Feeling" by The Eagles. Mikey also does the unthinkable, and craps all over John Williams and his music. Because the themes to Jaws, Indiana Jones, Star Wars and Forrest Gump sound exactly alike. Right? Right. And next week, we welcome in Hurricane Rhett as we discuss The Big Three Worst Acting Performance Ever... Mikey has more crappy music... and Part II of The Buried Treasure Americana Series... thats all on The Deucecast Episode LVII: Indiana Dave & the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull! Mike's Music Minute: Port Of Morrow - The Shins Dave's Buried Treasure: Randy Travis Movies The Big 3: The One Where We Discuss Our Favorite Movie Soundtracks: Dave's Choice - Sleepless In Seattle: Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Drew's Choice - High Fidelity: Original Soundtrack Mike's Choice - The Crow Original Motion Picture Soundtrack Was John Williams a hack? You'll have to decide that on your own. Roundtable Randomness: Superman II - The Richard Donner Cut [Blu-ray] Drive (+ UltraViolet Digital Copy) [Blu-ray] After The Rain - Nelson Personal Best: The Harry Nilsson Anthology
It's another fantastic show... and this time, we're taking it back to the old school, cause we're old fools who are so cool... Mikey and Dave, sans Third Host, take on The Deucecast Ep LV: Indiana Mike & the Podcast of Doom. We kick off the show with Mikey's dental woes... his day at the park... his moronic dog and her water issues... and ballpark shenanigans... d$ has his own sleeplessness issues, with a 5 1/2 month old... and how do you get a baby to sleep in the crib? Also on the show, discussions about George Lucas' thumbing his nose at the neighbors... the TV Upfronts... new shows like "Revolution" and "Last Resort"... a little ditty called "Hughes the Force"... the curse of John Connor takes on Nick Stahl... A combined Demi Lovato/Britney Spears watch... the passing of Donna Summer... Kutcher gets Punk'd again... movies like "Colombiana"... "The Conspirator"... and the brilliance of "American History X", plus the strangeness of director Wim Wenders... An actor so talented, we titled a game after him... you should see the picture I almost used... The Big Three dives into the Blu Rays you need to go to Amazon.com and purchase right now... a great, all wet Buried Treasure... Mike and his Music Crap with a capital D... And how do you play The Ryan Phillippe Game? Listen and find out. How many Richard Dreyfus movies can you name? Next week... the guys come back with more, and d$ starts A Buried Treasure: American Icon series... plus more music and movies and more! That's on The Deucecast Ep LVI: Indiana Tommy and the Podcast Crusade Mike's Music Minute: Tenacious D [Explicit] - Tenacious D The Pick Of Destiny [Explicit] - Tenacious D Albums You Should Buy This Week that Came Out This Week: Rize Of The Fenix [Explicit] - Tenacious D Dave's Buried Treasures: The River Wild [Blu-ray] White Water Summer The Big 3: The One Where We Discuss DVD/Blu-Rays You Must Own: Dave's Choice - Almost Famous: The Director's Cut Mike's Choice (To No One's Surprise) - Star Wars: The Complete Saga (Episodes I-VI) [Blu-ray] Roundtable Randomness: American History X [Blu-ray] The Conspirator (Deluxe Edition) [Blu-ray] On The 6 - Jennifer Lopez
Welcome back to the 54th episode of The Deucecast, where the guys take on The Avengers, Robin Thicke music and even more... We kick off the show with Mikey's 7th anniversary, following by his and Tommy the Producer's adventure in Overnight Geocaching after the Schaeffer Crawfish Boil Media Cast Pass recap... and where did Mikey's Boba Fett LEGO keychain go? Find out in this episode... d$ then kicks off a new venture, by introducing Disney On a Dollar, as he jumps into the world of Disney Vacation Planning! Email firstname.lastname@example.org for help with your Disney trip! A great Buried Treasure unearths the legendary American Icon John Schneider and his wonderful music, with such great tunes as "Country Girls" and "What's a Memory Like You (doing in a love like this)"... Drewski takes on a great topic in The Smorg, with a discussion on expecations in movies and how it affects your liking or disliking of a particular movie, everything from Zombieland to Passion of the Christ to a big The Avengers vs The Dark Knight discussion. The Big Three takes on our favorite movie experiences, covering such masterpieces as Back to the Future Part 3 to a Corey Haim classic to several Star Wars films.... and... Double O Kid. More movies deeply discussed were The Doors and the new Star Trek film (Khaaaaaaan!) and Britney Spears' Crossroads and American Wedding... And stick around after the ending music for a Spoiler Filled discussion on The Avengers and all its wonderful qualities. Next week... Hurricane Rhett joins us for another great episode, and our Big Three takes on DVDs You Must Own, plus more Buried Treasure and, hopefully, a non-crawfish boil music minute from Mikey... that's on The Deucecast Episode LV: Alabama Mikey and the Podcast of Doom! Mike's Music Minute: How Do You Do - Mayer Hawthorne Dave's Buried Treasure: John Schneider's Greatest Hits The Big 3: The One Where We Discuss Our Most Memorable Movie Watching Experiences in a Theater: Dave's Choice - Scream [Blu-ray] Drew's Choice - Star Trek - First Contact (Two-Disc Special Collector's Edition) Mike's Choice - Star Wars: Episode I: The Phantom Menace Roundtable Randomness: The Double O Kid Crossroads Sherlock: Season One [Blu-ray]
Welcome back to The Deuce... take off your shoes, have a seat, put in your earbuds and follow along to the sounds of Mikey, d$, producer Shawn and our guest Dr. Earl as we give you the Fifty Third episode of the award winning podcast, Podcast Encounters of the Deucecast Kind. When we say "awards", its a self created award for "Best Podcast with the Word 'Deucecast' in the Title". We kick it off with Mikey discussing food, as he ventures to Buck's Pizza.... and shows his disdain for such things like "Car Eyelashes"... Dr. Earl and d$ give their love for The Epix Channel... Producer Shawn tells us of his new ride and his new job... and we get onto even better topics like Lifetime Movie Network's new logo... the new Batman trailer... a possible "Jericho" revival on Netflix (anyone care?)... The B in Apt 23... Tom Cruise in a Van Helsing reboot... and Fox's "The Choice", complete with a Love Handle... wait, what? Mikey also goes on a tangent about Star Wars and Disney... interesting. Where else can you get a review of Patrick Dempsey's career? The Deucecast, that's where! We call upon old movies like "Days of Thunder"... "The Parent Trap" (the LiLo one, not the Hayley one)... "Sudden Death"... and even more in ReFlicktions... plus a new twist on The Movie Game is introduced. Another Dying with Dr. Earl segment brings us the topic of "Savant Syndrome"... Mikey's Music brings forth the final Schaeffer Crawfish Boil preview... and a Buried Treasure digs up a true movie of value and quirk, one with a very young Cameron Diaz... Courtney B. Vance... and that Penner guy from Survivor... called "The Last Supper". And finally... our favorite 80s films, including classics like "Gremlins"... "Raiders"... "Empire"... "Abyss".. and a whole lot more! Coming Next Week.... Mikey brings back a full report and review of The Schaeffer Crawfish Boil in his Music Minute... we'll have Drew in the house with another movie smorg... and our Big Three is our favorite movie going experiences... You'll find this and more on The Deucecast Episode LIV: Podcast of the Lost Ark! Mike's Music Minute: Albums That Came Out This Week That You Should Buy This Week: Little Broken Hearts - Norah Jones Go to Schaeffer Eye Center Crawfish Boil on May 4-5 in Birmingham, AL featuring The Head And The Heart Dave's Buried Treasure: The Last Supper The Big 3: The One Where We Discuss Our Favorite Movies of the 80's: Dave's Choice - The Princess Bride (Two-Disc Blu-ray/DVD Combo in Blu-ray Packaging) Dr. Earl's Choice - Amadeus: Director's Cut [Blu-ray] Mike's Choice - Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark (Special Edition) Shawn's Choice - Star Wars, Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back (Widescreen Edition) Roundtable Randomness: Dave May Prefer This Version The Parent Trap Two-Movie Collection (The Parent Trap / The Parent Trap II) but to Mike this version is far better The Parent Trap (Special Edition) Days of Thunder [Blu-ray] Sudden Death 3D Car Eyelashes
The boys are back, the boys are back in town... the boys are back in tow-ow-own... okay, well, the boys never left, but the important thing is, the boys showed up tonight to record The Deucecast Episode LII: The Podcast of the Traveling Pants, with a visit from Hurricane Rhett, and a long awaited return from Producer Shawn! Kicking things off right, we dive right into garage sales and Mikey's destruction of a family vacation by swindling a little kid to buy a jacked up VHS copy of Tron... Rhett begins his rants early with riffs on supermarket and fast food woes, mostly pretaining to those in lines who cannot seem to find the time to get their money ready... Demi Lovato is in the news again... Greys Anatomy Watch makes another appearance... Mikey brings up strong TV news... the problems with Glee and the love of Queen... Rhett's own love for "Brokeback Mountain"... d$ shares some Dreamworks Studios insight to the "Saving Private Ryan" vs "Shakespeare in Love" debacle at the Oscars... and d$ makes a teaser announcement on his own life... Mike's Musical Crap continues with his highlight of the upcoming Schaeffer Crawfish Boil with another band no one has heard of, nor will know even after the festival is over... Name That Crap brings forth the artistry and majesty of Joshua Kadison... Jon B... Hi-Five, who likes the way you kiss when you're playing the kissing game... and even more. Oh, and Greg Evigan. Our Big Three centers around TV Moms... love is given all around to the likes of Maggie Seaver... Suzanne Somers... Patricia Heaton... Jill Taylor from Home Improvement... and even Lois Griffin! And, with Hurricane Rhett in the house, you know not every thing will be completely PC. Or PG. But its always FYI. OK? The Good Doc Earl joins us next week as we do a huge Big Three... our favorite 80s movies. Says Mikey in an earlier text: I've got 70 movies on my list. I now have to whittle it down to a more comfortable, I dunno, 28 or so. That's next week on The Deucecast Episode LIII: Podcast Encounters of the Deuce Kind... Mike's Music Minute: Go check out Schaeffer Crawfish Boil on May 4-5 in Birmingham, AL Seney-Stovall - Futurebirds Albums That Came Out This Week That You Should Buy This Week: Blunderbuss - Jack White Up All Night - Kip Moore The Big 3: The One Where We Discuss Our Favorite TV Moms: Gilmore Girls - With Dave's Favorite Mom Lorelei Gilmore The Brady Bunch - With Mike's Favorite Mom Carol Brady Modern Family - With Rhett's Favorite Mom Gloria Delgado-Pritchett My Two Dads - With Shawn's Favorite Mom Joey Harris Roundtable Randomness: Office Space (Special Edition with Flair!) [Blu-ray] Glee: The Complete First Season [Blu-ray] Torchwood - The Collection (Series 1-3) [Blu-ray][Region-Free] Grey's Anatomy Original Soundtrack
Enjoy this, the Fifty First episode of The (not yet) Award Winning Deucecast, (not yet) winner of 71 Webby Awards, plus (not yet) 8 BAFTAs! The guys welcome in Trey O'Neal, creator of (not yet) the award winning upstart site, StuckItToTheMan.com. They jump into various topics, ranging from the jerk-ness of Ferris Bueller... blogging vs. building websites... Mikey's night out... Apple viruses... the meeting of Mikey and producer Tommy... Mikey brings us some Moon Taxi for the Music Minute... we preview the upcoming LEGO Star Wars sequel... we discuss the Wilson Phillips reality show... and even more random crap that you know and love. Friend of the Show Minnie Driver, in her Canadian Grammy nominated turn in "Hard Rain" Trey gets his first taste of Reel or UnReel... and our ReFliktions runs the gamut of new (Cabin in the Woods) to fairly recent (Hanna) to old (Tango & Cash) to older (Serpico) to Keanu (Henry's Crime). And lest we forget, an indepth discussion of the amazing, fantastic, beautiful, historically accurate "Hard Rain" with Christian Slater and Mikey's Hollywood Girlfriend, Minnie Driver. And our Big Three takes you on a bad movie journey with Top Great Casts in Bad Movies, with films like Oceans 12... Batman & Robin... K-Pax... and could Nothing But Trouble really be that bad? Yes. Next week, we try to drag Hurricane Rhett kicking and screaming to the currently being renovated The Deucecast Studios as we discuss Our Big Three Favorite TV Moms... Mikey brings more Schaeffer artists... d$ has a great Buried Treasure in store... and you'll find all of this in The Deucecast Episode LII: The Podcast of the Traveling Pants! Mike's Music Minute: Go check out the Schaeffer Crawfish Boil May 4-5 in Birmingham, AL Moon Taxi - "Cabaret" Dave's Buried Treasure: Hard Rain [Blu-ray] Go check out Special Guest Trey's Website Stuck It To The Man Roundtable Randomness: Star Wars Lego: The Padawan Menace [Blu-ray] Starcraft II: Wings of Liberty Ferris Bueller's Day Off (Bueller... Bueller... Edition) [Blu-ray] Tango & Cash [Blu-ray] Minnie Driver Movies
Tonight, in this historic event, a happening that happens only once in the life of a podcast, an event that is so eventful, the happening events are happening in the eventful happenstance. Mikey and d$ welcome in TWO, count 'em TWO, co-hosts this week, as Drew and Dr. Earlgood join the show as the 50th episode of The Deucecast commences. Right outta the gate, Mikey shares his battle with Montezuma and the revenge that came with it... the dangers of WebMD... watching The Masters live... some Alison Krauss thoughts... our Easter weekend in review... Mikey demands you go and buy some Alabama Shakes music right now (click the link below to head over to Amazon, give them ten bucks, give us a nickel and help pay for our studio renovations!), then gives us some Jane's Addiction for his continuing festival series... d$ unburies a wretched Chucky Norris film, then reburies it where it will hopefully stay... and Dr. Earl gives his weird obsession with the new Three Stooges movie (sure to be a treasure that will also need to be buried in the future) The Big Three looks ahead to summertime, where all four guys give their most anticipated upcoming films of the summer season. Batman, The Avengers and Ridley Scott get lots of love, as do The Expendables, and even Abe Lincoln, the Vampire Hunter. Oh, and who wants to see "What To Expect When You Are Expecting"? Find out. Remember Steven Seagal Watch? It makes a glorious return! Some news about the former great but now drunken Scott Hall, aka Razor Ramon, aka 1/2 of The Outsiders in the WWE/WCW... And finally, a Dead With Dr. Earl segment forms out of nowhere as the guys take on the recent Whitney Houston cause of death news, which gives us the immortal line... "A cocaine-induced butt flip" Join us next week when we gets us a new co-host in the rotation, a dude named Trey who is coming on to plug his wares and have a good time... our Big Three will be Top Three Great Casts in Bad Movies... Mikey will have more Schaeffer music, and d$ will be bringing out a great Minnie Driver Buried Treasure! That's on The Deucecast Episode LI: Podcast Magnolias Mike's Music Minute: Go Check out Schaeffer Crawfish Boil May 4-5, 2012 in Birmingham, AL Up From The Catacombs: The Best Of Jane's Addiction Mike's Album That You Need To Buy This Week That Came Out This Week: Alabama Shakes - "Boys & Girls" Dave's Buried Treasure: This One Needs To Stay Buried The Delta Force The Big 3: The One Where We Discuss Our Most Anticipated Summer 2012 Movies Dave's Choice - The Avengers Mike's Choice - Prometheus Earl & Drew's Choice - The Dark Knight Rises Roundtable Randomness: The Monday Night War: WWE Raw vs. WCW Nitro The Simpsons: The Complete First Season
Repost of Episode XLIX: The Podcast Reloaded
We came. We Saw. We Podcasted it baby! Drew joins us this episode for his Magical Mystery Smorg about Movie Plots. Mike heavily promoted the upcoming Schaeffer Crawfish Boil, May 4-5 in Birmingham, AL. Dave unearthed Bobby Brown on his Buried Treasure. ...and Shawn was in a van down by the river eating government cheese. Join us next week for Episode 50!!!!! Everyone's invited. Who knows who will show up.
Once again, its Wednesday night, and once again, a gathering of the minds and wits converge at The Deucecast Studios to begin another excursion into podcasting amazingness. The results? The Deucecast Episode XLVIII: Podcastin' in the Rain! Our first mention of Ralph Emery's "Nashville Now", with his sidekick, Red. That alone should make you want to download. The show kicks off by welcoming Hurricane Rhett to the studios, and prepared for en epic rant. Along the way, we hit topics like Blues Traveler vs. Sister Hazel... taking our kids to Daddy's Day Out... watching The Walking Dead... Crook & Chase and the late, great Nashville Network... the dangers in crowd surfing... reviews on The Hunger Games.. .Warrior... and Julianne Moore in GameChange. Mike's music presents more crap from the Schaeffer Eye Center Crawfish Boil... d$ digs up a great Buried Treasure from Nelly... and a great game of Reel or Unreel challenges the guys to Chuck Norris movies, as well as bad Costner movies ("which one?" you ask!). Our Big Three serves up uncomfortable movie scenes like Piggy's death in Lord of the Flies... the birth of an insect in The Fly... bad rave scenes... bad rape scenes... and bad rolling down the hills of Naboo. Rhett's Rants commence with stuff on Trayvon Martin, ObamaCare AND The Americans with Disabilities Act. And can you believe we actually spend five solid minutes on what order to watch the Avengers-related movies before seeing The Avengers? Yes, you can. Join us next week when we welcome back fellow blogger and co-host Brooke Story, with some For the Chicks advice, more music from Schaeffer in Mike's Minute, and our Big Three topic... our Top Three Dream Jobs. What are yours? Let us know on Facebook, Twitter @thedeucecast and our email, email@example.com! That's next week on The Deucecast Ep XLIX: The Podcast Reloaded. Mike's Music Minute: To Help Promote the Schaeffer Crawfish Boil May 4-5th Blackberry Smoke - "Little Piece of Dixie" Dave's Buried Treasure: Nelly - "Suit [Explicit]" The Big 3: The One Where We Discuss The Most Uncomfotable Movie Scenes Ever: Dave's Choice - Lord of the Flies Mike's Choice - The Evil Dead [Blu-ray] Rhett's Choice - Basic Instinct: Director's Cut (Unrated) [Blu-ray] Roundtable Randomness: ReFlictions & TV Roundup: Warrior [Blu-ray] Game of Thrones: The Complete First Season [Blu-ray] Reynolds vs. Gosling: Battle of the Overrated Good Gosling - Crazy, Stupid, Love (+ UltraViolet Digital Copy) [Blu-ray] Bad Gosling - Murder by Numbers (Widescreen Edition) Good Reynolds - The Proposal (+ Digital Copy) [Blu-ray] Bad Reynolds - The In-Laws (Widescreen Edition) If You Like to Read or Something: The Hunger Games or check out the audio edition at Audible