Joe, Allan, and Max catch up on the current mission to the moon and the plans NASA has for the very near future. Then they get to discuss the themes, issues, and the bathroom of the latest Star Wars series, Andor.
The crew accidently left Allan and Max alone in the studio so they dove into the topic of winterizing your yard and lawn care systems. A listener question wants to know how long a wax ring for a toilet lasts. This leads to a lot of information about the things you really want to update when purchasing an older home. With colder temps on the way, make sure you know where your water key is.
Joe and Allan start off with common sheetrock issues and Allan brings an old abused concrete patio back to a lovely new life. Joe has numerous issues with stucco in the Mid-South. Jay Hill from Big M Roofing answers common questions about why the roof is so critical to the well-being of your house. They all have their own takes on why the movie set for the movie “Titanic” was such a building marvel.
Joe, Brandon, and Allan begin with heavy hearts as the Batman universe says farewell to the iconic voice of Kevin Conroy. Joe brings up the latest movie with Daniel Radcliff, Weird – The Weird Al Yankovic Story. The guys all agree that Daniel is making a great career out of off beat movies. Brandon leads a heartfelt review of Wakanda Forever and his hopes for future projects. They wrap up with a preview of the Memphis Comic and Fantasy Convention.
Joe and Allan just right into quick fixes that give you a big bang for your bucks. Next, they agree on the poor design of old shower stalls. They get a little into the scientific with the world’s first thermal sand battery. Allan’s week in review wanders from footsteps in fresh sealant to a variety of toilet troubles. They are both excited to talk about the amazing LEGO Factory. They wrap up celebrating the under appreciated dowel.
Brandon offers up a few insights into the changing future of D.C. movies. Josh Mason joins the guys to talk about making fan movies. Memphis has an E-Sports team based at the University of Memphis, and HBO-Max is making some hard choices and letting some shows like West World go.
Joe and Brandon leap straight into how over sharing a character’s back story makes them less interesting. Brandon goes over a lot of the changes at D.C. Studios. Joe and Allan enjoy news from Mars that proves a few of their old predictions can come true. Then, Max leans into his theory about the prison system portrayed on Andor.
Joe and Allan start the ball rolling with DIY horror stories from concrete counters to bad paint choices. Next, they both agree that they don’t like unique decorator inspired basin sinks. Then, they get into finding unexpected tip over hazards around the home. Joe and Allan dive into the rise and fall of the Victorian house. They wrap up the show with a few of their predictions over the years that they have gotten right.
Joe and Allan are joined by Brandon from Geek Tank Radio as they start off with a question from a listener about tiling a bathroom. Next, they all get to remember the infamous in-floor furnace that may still be in use today in some older homes. Brandon has lots of Halloween decorating advice and they all enjoy the history of the Winchester Mystery House. They wrap up with new news about gas stoves, fireplaces, and heating.
Joe, Brandon, and Allan welcome Jonathan and Hutch from the University of Memphis E-Sports team to the show. The guys learn just how massive the e-sports world really is. They wrap up with the news that a humanoid-style robot built on an AI platform appeared before Britain’s House of Lords.