John and Noah return to the show and break down conference championship weekend in college football, discuss what is up with Georgia fans, ask whether the parity in college football and basketball this year good for the two sports, Phillip does his jokes, analyze whether or not the Lakers should be the favorites in the West, and muse on The Mandalorian and other Star Wars things.
In the absence of Noah and John, the producers Matt Parks and Phillip Walker take over the reins to provide a behind the scenes look of the show, give Phillip’s Frozen 2 Review, and recount the top 5 animated movies from childhood.
Plus much more!
Louisville walk-on Keith Oddo joins the show to talk trillions, bench celebrations, in-game trash talk, what it’s like to be on the #2 team in the country, why he decided to become a walk-on, his milkshake reviews, and much more! Later: 1v1 Basketball Battles of History, Phillip’s jokes, and reviewing the Burger King milkshake.
The show kicks off with a message to college basketball walk-ons, then John and Noah recap the heartbreaking loss suffered by Kawhi’s Laugh, Phillip and Matt pitch a movie idea, the boys discuss the Melo-Portland move, Phillip performs standup, and the 1v1 matchup between an octopus and Jerry Seinfeld is debated.
Noah and John record the pod from detention, though there is some debate about why they are there. Segments include: College football rundown, Matt and Phillip’s film review, NBA week in review, Phillip’s comedy stand-up, and Noah and John play Pictionary.
John and Noah are joined by a variety of characters: Matt, Phillip, and Stephen all stop by for segments to discuss…1v1 Basketball Battles of History, Kawhi’s Laugh intramural team update, Matt’s time as a high school classmate of RJ Barrett, Phillip’s standup routine, recap of UGA-FLA and look-ahead to ALA-LSU, Matt and Phillip’s film review of Jojo Rabbit, and Noah’s execution of a push-up
John and Noah sit down in the studio to discuss their intramural 3v3 team’s chances of earning a ring, rank the 3v3 league’s names, reminisce on the best TV shows from childhood, preview and predict the upcoming NBA season, and talk through 1v1 Basketball Battles of History (Despicable Me’s “Gru” vs. The Karate Kid’s “Mr. Miyagi”)