Impressionist and comedian David Carl returns to join us for our last show of 2016, to catch up on the next run of his amazingly successful one man show 'David Carl's Celebrity One Man Hamlet'. We discuss the magic of putting literature on the screen, find out what present Jay wants to give everyone for Christmas, discuss what word to use to describe people from Mongolia, and debate the science of body swaps. Plus we review 50 Shades Darker, The Great Wall, and It's a Boy Girl Thing after only watching their previews.
Writer, photographer, director, and comedian Jim Mendrinos joins us to talk about his show premiering on Amazon Prime Jan. 15th 'Living in Exile', and how he came to write 'The Complete Idiots Guide to Comedy Writing'. Everyone shares their concussion stories, Kevin tells us about how he preformed surgery on himself, and we take turns making fun of Philadelphia. Plus we review John Wick Chapter 2, A Dog's Purpose, Sons of Ben, and Lost in Florence after only watching the previews.
Actor, comedian, life guru Wali Collins returns to talk about his role on Netflix's 'The Get Down'. Kevin discloses a sneaky trick to get money from film productions, we share some scary stories, and find the best strategy to get over a dead wife. Plus we review Bastards, The Book of Love, Where Demons Dwell:The Girl in the Cornfield 2, and Goon after only watching their previews.
Comedian, impressionist, and actor Jim Dailakis joins us to talk about his upcoming one man show 'Skitso!.' We compare actions stars of the 80's to today's, find out what real life is like for comedians, and we debut our new call in number. Want to tell about an upcoming trailer, or how wrong we were on a review leave us a message and be apart of the show, 413-200-8316. Plus we review XXX:The return of Xander Cage, The Comedian, The Resurrection of Gavin Stone, and Mercy after only watching their previews.
Comedian and entrepreneur Joe Hill, producer of the show Laughs from the Underground, joins Adam and Jay, and their best friends Kevin Gilligan and Bryan Plofsky, for another NERDS only episode. We discuss what to do with all the Thanksgiving leftovers, Kevin tells us about his star turn on Billy on the Street, try to rekindle Adam's love for Star Wars, and go through the history of video game movies. Plus we review Rogue One: A Star Wars Story, and Assassin's Creed after only watching their previews.