Dorking Out Episode 50: The Wonder Woman Edition

Hey there, dorks. In this week’s episode, we review “Wonder Woman” with some very special guests: Laura, Chris’s better half, and Margo D. from Book vs. Movie. There was a lot riding on the success of “Wonder Woman.” Would audiences come out to see a female superhero movie? Would the DC Universe finally make a good movie that rivals Marvel’s long-running and critically acclaimed franchise? “Wonder Woman” made more than $100 million at the box office, but is it good? We talk about that.

In our second second, Chris and Sonia talk about the recent controversies surrounding comedians Kathy Griffin and Bill Maher. How far is too far when it comes to comedy?

And finally, we end our show with what we’re dorking out about this week, including the return of Sonia’s other podcast, Old Movies, New Beer, and Chris’s recent Emmy win.

We hope you enjoy our dorky podcast. You can listen to us here, or you can find us on iTunes and Stitcher.

Dorking Out Episode X1

And so it begins.

We’re super stoked to be sharing our first episode with you dorks. Well, it’s not really our first episode. It’s officially a test episode, X1, a prequel if you will. Hopefully, this is a prequel we can all enjoy.

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In this week’s podcast we do a quick rundown of the top headlines, including “The Americans” two-season renewal and HBO possibly canceling “True Detective.”

We also chat about how can you separate celebrities’ awful (and criminal) behavior from their work, including Bill Cosby, Woody Allen, Michael Jackson and more.

Plus, we take on Bond, James Bond. Daniel Craig has made it pretty clear that he doesn’t want to come back, so what’s next? We argue over who we want to be the next Bond, and what does recasting the role do to the story.

And finally, in what is sure to be our favorite segment, “What’s The Internet Mad About Now,” we bring in our guest Ben Wedell from the podcast “Geek Wars” to talk discuss the internet outrage surrounding the latest installment of the Captain America comic, in which Cap was revealed to be a Hydra member all along.

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We hope you enjoy our dorky, little podcast. You can listen to it here, or you can find us on iTunes and Stitcher.