Joined by Josh Webb and Matthew Hespe, it’s an even bigger and more coherently edited team up than last week, as the podcast explores The Expendables 2. In this one, Arnold Schwarzenegger becomes self-aware, sees humanity as a threat to his existence, and decides to trigger a deadly nuclear strike.
Tias Allard joins the podcast this week to cover The Expendables. It’s a film so chock full of action stars it doesn’t have any time for things like a credible plot or coherent editing, but hey, they got Arnold for a few minutes, so we’re in.
Joined by Dave Hynes, the podcast covers the Terminator film with the least of our favourite Arnold, Terminator Salvation, and somewhat appropriately, stays the least on topic of any of our Arnold Schwarzenegger podcasts.
Joined by Bella Green and Cat Finch, the podcast takes a glimpse into the fictional life of Tom Arnold analogue Bill Williams in the movie The Kid and I, made during the Schwarzenegger-light governor years of 2003-2011.
Tess Bentley joins the podcast this week, as we watch Around the World in 80 Days, and discuss statues of the kaiju Rodan, muppets, and just what Mark Addy will do when he’s guaranteed a physician that can replace his nipples.
Also, our episodic fight to the death features love/life himself, a vampire hunter, and the voice of Tom Kenny, along with our usual buttery Arnold Schwarzenegger goodness.
After an extended break in respect for the last podcast appearance of Sven, the podcast is joined by Joseph Green, who had not yet seen Terminator 2 due to a miscommunication to watch Terminator 3: Rise of the Machines. It’s the first Terminator film to not feature Linda Hamilton, the first not to be directed by James Cameron, and unfortunately, the first one that’s just not that good.
Arnold Schwarzengger insists you have fun, Christopher Walken welcomes you the jungle, and Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson gives you the rundown. Why can’t any of these movie stars mind their own damn business?!
Joined by Tom Bown, the best Arnie podcast around covers the Peter Berg classic Welcome to the Jungle (or The Rundown if you’re a fan of inferior titles), and debates whether taking Option A or Option B is the winning strategy.
So you want a podcast on Collateral Damage, huh? I’ll give you a podcast on Collateral Damage! Arnold Schwarzenegger goes on the hunt for The Wolf, the Colombian terrorist responsible for the death of his wife and child. He also wants to know where his comedy relief sidekick is, since every time one appears they seem to die one scene later.
Randy Adeva (Episode 21 – True Lies) returns to the podcast to teach us about Punch Drunk Love, killing Ben Parker, and the dangers of spitting hot fire around severed gas lines. We also briefly discuss a man being force fed a coral snake, because this IS a comedy podcast.
How can there be a The Sixth Day after the End of Days? The podcast explores by not mentioning End of Days at all, and instead discussing this Arnold Schwarzenegger movie on its own terms.
Jonathan Stiglec joins Rob and Jemry to discuss the ethical conundrums of cloning Arnold Schwarzenegger, making nacho cheese bananas, and having a threesome with a clone of yourself, on this podcast about The Sixth Day.
It’s the End of Days, but not for the podcast, as we cover the famed Arnold Schwarzenegger movie, and the eighty million cuts contained within. The wonderful Chris Ritchie joins Rob and Jemry this week for an extra long episode exploring light speed trains, flammable urine and the demons of the apple dimension.