Thursday, July 9, 2020

Podcast Episode 300: Looking Back to Dual Redundancy Episode #1


In this week's special episode David and John discuss Hamilton dropping on Disney+ (1:50), a cancelled Vanilla Ice concert (5:50), Walmart parking lots becoming drive-in movie theaters (10:45) and YouTubeTV's price hike (14:00). We also flashback to the beginning of Dual Redundancy by discussing how it all started (19:50) and what entertainment stories we discussed in the very first episode (32:00). Finally, we  discuss how to join us for Twitch recordings and some new changes to the podcast (51:55).



 

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Thursday, July 2, 2020

Podcast Episode 299: Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga and I'll Be Gone in the Dark


In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss how the coronavirus is effecting Macy's 4th of July fireworks (1:50) and how blow-up dolls and robots may be the new actors in a COVID-19 world (7:20). We also discuss a casting call for "funny looking" actors (19:00) and how the U.S. Government may have lost the Space Force trademark to Netflix (24:35). Next we review the Netflix film Eurovision Song Contest: The Story of Fire Saga starring Will Ferrell (29:00). Finally, we look at the premiere of HBO's true crime documentary series I'll Be Gone in the Dark (43:25).
 


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Friday, June 26, 2020

Podcast Episode 298: Perry Mason and Crossing Swords Series Premieres


In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss the controversy AMC Theaters tried to avoid by making masks optional in their reopening (1:55) and how two guys came up with a plan to get the number one movie in America (19:10). We also discuss the upcoming release of Hamilton on Disney+ (24:25) and how Apple TV+ will now buy a back catalog for their service (29:00). Finally, we review the series premieres of HBO's Perry Mason (36:15) and Hulu's Crossing Swords (45:10).
   


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Friday, June 19, 2020

Podcast Episode 297: Da 5 Bloods and The King of Staten Island


In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss the changes to simplify HBO Go/Now/Max (1:45) and the problems the streaming service Quibi is facing (7:20). We also discuss the new filming protocols in the age of coronavirus (14:30) and how the pandemic has pushed both Tenet (20:50) and the 93rd Academy Awards (27:35). Finally we review Spike Lee's Da 5 Bloods from Netflix (32:55) and Judd Apatow's The King of Staten Island starring Pete Davidson (46:00).





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Thursday, June 11, 2020

Podcast Episode 296: Road Trip: The 20th Anniversary Podcast Special


In this week's special episode David, John and Kyle discuss and break down the 2000 comedy classic film Road Trip in celebration of the film's 20th anniversary.

We break down key scenes, discuss our favorite characters and what changes we would make twenty years later. Directed by Todd Phillips, Road Trip was released in 2000 by DreamWorks Pictures and stars Breckin Meyer, Seann William Scott, Amy Smart, Rachel Blanchard, DJ Qualls and Tom Green.
 


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Saturday, June 6, 2020

Podcast Episode 295: HBO Max and the Premieres of Love Life & Space Force


In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss the upcoming release of the "Snyder Cut" of Justice League (1:45). We also discuss the launch of HBO Max (9:45), the confusion it caused for interested subscribers and their new streaming series Love Life (30:55). Finally, we review the series premiere of Netflix's Space Force (44:25).




You can also listen to past episodes of the podcast on iTunes or on our YouTube channel. Also be sure to subscribe to our Twitch channel!

Friday, May 22, 2020

Podcast Episode 294: The Last Dance and the Premieres of Snowpiercer & The Eddy


In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss Vin Diesel's claim that Steven Spielberg thinks it is a crime that he hasn't directed more (2:05). We also reveal which actor and film has the most curse words (8:05) and how the NFL may use virtual fans in their upcoming telecasts (13:50). Next, we discuss the Michael Jordan documentary series The Last Dance (24:00). Finally we review the series premieres of TNT's Snowpiercer (36:25) and Netflix's The Eddy (49:00).
   

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Friday, May 15, 2020

Podcast Episode 293: I Know This Much is True and Survivor: Winners at War Finale


In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss the hard to pronounce name of Elon Musk & Grimes' baby boy (1:50), Tom Cruise shooting a movie in space (10:55), a pantless reporter (15:40) and a "pee your pants" viral TikTok trend (21:00). We also review the series premiere of HBO's I Know This Much is True (25:50). Finally, David is joined by Mike Ladue to discuss the finale of Survivor's 40th season: Winners at War (39:10)!




You can also listen to past episodes of the podcast on iTunes or on our YouTube channel. Also be sure to check out our discussion of the Survivor 40 premiere and our Survivor 30 season retrospective special.

Friday, May 8, 2020

Podcast Episode 292: Hollywood and Upload Series Premieres


In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss the clash between AMC Theaters and Universal Pictures (1:35) and possible new procedures for attending movie theaters (16:30). We also discuss how television and movie productions may be different post coronavirus (21:45) and what changes The Academy made for future Oscar ceremonies (26:00). Finally, we review the series premieres of Netflix's Hollywood (29:10) and Amazon Studios' Upload (41:35).




You can also listen to past episodes of the podcast on iTunes, Twitch or on our YouTube channel

Friday, May 1, 2020

Podcast Episode 291: The 15 Year Anniversaries of The Office & How I Met Your Mother


In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss the surge in online piracy during the coronavirus pandemic (1:50), why one Quibi podcast received a cease and desist order from the company (5:55) and the petition to make streaming services like Netflix free during quarantine (14:20). Finally, we discuss two sitcoms that are celebrating their 15 year premiere anniversaries: NBC's The Office (20:20) and CBS' How I Met Your Mother (41:35). During our spoiler-filled discussion we discuss favorite episodes, favorite characters and  their final seasons.




You can also listen to past episodes of the podcast on iTunes, Twitch or on our YouTube channel.

Sunday, April 26, 2020

Podcast Episode 290: Mrs. America and Too Hot To Handle Series Premieres


In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss proposed plans for reopening movie theaters (2:20) and the controversy surrounding a recent Who Wants to Be A Millionaire decision (13:30). We review the series premieres of Hulu's miniseries Mrs. America (24:00) and Netflix's dating series Too Hot to Handle (33:30). Finally, we give quick check-ins to what we each host has been watching during the quarantine including Better Call Saul season 5 and ESPN's The Last Dance (52:20).
 


You can also listen to past episodes of the podcast on iTunes, Twitch or on our YouTube channel.

Friday, April 17, 2020

Podcast Episode 289: Run Series Premiere and Modern Family Series Finale


In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss how one SNL star may be getting married on Instagram Live (1:50) and how Apple & Google are teaming up to make a coronavirus tracking app (8:10). We also discuss how a police precinct accidentally used the siren from The Purge to enforce a curfew (18:15) and how Amazon is teaming with Twitch for streaming parties (23:20). Finally, we review the series premiere of HBO's Run (29:20) and the series finale of ABC's long running series Modern Family (38:45).




You can also listen to past episodes of the podcast on iTunes, Twitch or on our YouTube channel.

Thursday, April 9, 2020

Podcast Episode 288: The Launch of Quibi and Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem & Madness


In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss the results of The Ringer's Best TV Character of the Century bracket (1:45) and how likely Americans will return to theaters once they reopen post quarantine (9:55). We also discuss how some film festivals like SXSW will stream for free on Amazon (14:35) and the possible "work from home" show coming from the producers of The Office (19:25). Next we look at the launch of Quibi (the short-form video platform), how their Turnstyle feature works and review some of their new programs like Chrissy's Court (23:00). Finally, we discuss the popular Netflix miniseries Tiger King: Murder, Mayhem & Madness (50:10).




You can also listen to past episodes of the podcast on iTunes, Twitch or on our YouTube channel.

Tuesday, April 7, 2020

Dual Redundancy's March Madness Bracket - Favorite TV Character Results


March is over so that means our March Madness bracket is too! All your votes have been counted and it was Better Call Saul’s Jimmy McGill who won the final matchup against Baby Yoda from The Mandalorian.

Be sure to check out episode 287 of our podcast where we dive deep into all the results! Also don’t forget to follow us on Twitter so you don’t miss out on next year’s entertainment bracket!

Thursday, April 2, 2020

Podcast Episode 287: March Madness Bracket Results: Your Favorite Character Currently on TV


In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss how the coronavirus is effecting AMC Theaters (1:45) and how one theater is selling curbside popcorn to pay their employees (7:40). We also discuss the optimal price for on demand movie rentals (11:10), a quarantine dating app (15:40) and how Britney Spears may have beat Usain Bolt's 100 meter dash record (19:55). Finally, we discuss the results of our March Madness bracket where we asked the listeners who is their favorite character currently on television (25:10).





You can also listen to past episodes of the podcast on iTunes, Twitch or on our YouTube channel

Friday, March 27, 2020

Podcast Episode 286: Little Fires Everywhere Series Premiere and Curb Your Enthusiasm Season 10 Finale


In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss some of the effects on Hollywood from the Coronavirus including Hallmark Christmas movies in March (1:50) and pulled Hershey commercials (4:30). We also discuss what people binging in this quarantine (8:00), the possibility of lowering streaming speeds (15:55), and the Netflix party app (20:20). Next we discuss what writer George R.R. Martin is finally doing with his free time (24:45). Finally, we review the series premiere of Hulu's Little Fires Everywhere entitled "The Spark" (27:45) and the season 10 finale of Curb Your Enthusiasm entitled "The Spite Store" (41:45).




You can also listen to past episodes of the podcast on iTunes, Twitch or on our YouTube channel. Also be sure to vote in the final round of our March Madness bracket where we try and figure out the best character currently on TV!

Thursday, March 26, 2020

Dual Redundancy's March Madness Bracket - Favorite TV Character Final Round


It is March and that only means one thing: March Madness! After dealing with movies last year we decided this year to try and figure out who is the best character currently on TV!

“Currently" is a very important word here. This means their show must be currently airing or will be producing new episodes/seasons soon. In other words, any show that has ended in the last year including The Good Place and Bojack Horseman which had series finales last month are not. There are 16 competitors in each “division” (network, cable, premium and streaming). Every week they will battle against each other until only one TV character remains and is named your favorite currently on television!

Voting for this final round will close on Tuesday morning and the result will be revealed LIVE Tuesday night during our Twitch recording. Join us at 8 PM ET to find out the winner!

Speaking of voting THE FINAL ROUND HAS BEGUN! Please only one vote per person.

Saturday, March 21, 2020

Dual Redundancy's March Madness Bracket - Favorite TV Character Round 5



It is March and that only means one thing: March Madness! After dealing with movies last year we decided this year to try and figure out who is the best character currently on TV!

“Currently" is a very important word here. This means their show must be currently airing or will be producing new episodes/seasons soon. In other words, any show that has ended in the last year including The Good Place and Bojack Horseman which had series finales last month are not. There are 16 competitors in each “division” (network, cable, premium and streaming). Every week they will battle against each other until only one TV character remains and is named your favorite currently on television!

Voting for this round will close on Thursday and the final round of match-ups will begin on Friday. Keep an eye on the blog, our Twitter feed and each episode’s show notes for the voting link!

Speaking of voting ROUND FIVE HAS BEGUN! Please only one vote per person. If you are unfamiliar with both characters in one matchup you can skip that matchup if you choose.

Friday, March 20, 2020

Podcast Episode 285: Westworld Season 3 Premiere and The Plot Against America Series Premiere


In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss how the entertainment world is changing due to the Coronavirus (1:55). This includes the future of movies, the cancelled Razzies and how the world is dealing with this pandemic. We then review the season three premiere of Westworld entitled "Parce Domine" (42:25). Finally, we review the series premiere of HBO's The Plot Against America (52:50).




You can also listen to past episodes of the podcast on iTunes, Twitch or on our YouTube channel. Also be sure to vote in our March Madness bracket where we try and figure out the best character currently on TV!

Monday, March 16, 2020

Dual Redundancy's March Madness Bracket - Favorite TV Character Round 4


It is March and that only means one thing: March Madness! After dealing with movies last year we decided this year to try and figure out who is the best character currently on TV!

“Currently" is a very important word here. This means their show must be currently airing or will be producing new episodes/seasons soon. In other words, any show that has ended in the last year including The Good Place and Bojack Horseman which had series finales last month are not. There are 16 competitors in each “division” (network, cable, premium and streaming). Every week they will battle against each other until only one TV character remains and is named your favorite currently on television!

Voting for this round will close on Saturday and the next round of match-ups will begin on Sunday. Keep an eye on the blog, our Twitter feed and each episode’s show notes for the voting link!

Speaking of voting ROUND FOUR HAS BEGUN! Please only one vote per person. If you are unfamiliar with both characters in one matchup you can skip that matchup if you choose.

Thursday, March 12, 2020

Podcast Episode 284: Devs and DAVE Series Premieres


In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss the latest on how the Coronavirus is effecting Hollywood including the James Bond film No Time to Die (1:55). We also discuss the surge in popularity for the 2011 film Contagion (12:15) and how one reporter used the wrong filter on his Facebook Live stream (16:55). Finally, we review the series premieres of Hulu's Devs (22:00) and FXX's DAVE (34:10).
 


You can also listen to past episodes of the podcast on iTunes, Twitch or on our YouTube channel. Also be sure to vote in the third round of our March Madness bracket where we try and figure out the best character currently on TV! 

Monday, March 9, 2020

Dual Redundancy's March Madness Bracket - Favorite TV Character Round 3



It is March and that only means one thing: March Madness! After dealing with movies last year we decided this year to try and figure out who is the best character currently on TV!

“Currently" is a very important word here. This means their show must be currently airing or will be producing new episodes/seasons soon. In other words, any show that has ended in the last year including The Good Place and Bojack Horseman which had series finales last month are not. There are 16 competitors in each “division” (network, cable, premium and streaming). Every week they will battle against each other until only one TV character remains and is named your favorite currently on television!

Voting for each round will close on Sunday night and the next round of match-ups will begin on Mondays. Keep an eye on the blog, our Twitter feed and each episode’s show notes for the voting link!

Speaking of voting ROUND THREE HAS BEGUN! Please only one vote per person. If you are unfamiliar with both characters in one matchup you can skip that matchup if you choose.

Thursday, March 5, 2020

Podcast Episode 283: Breeders Series Premiere and March Madness Bracket Updates


In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss how the Coronavirus is effecting Hollywood and Corona beer (2:05). We also discuss how Jif peanut butter is entering the GIF pronunciation debate (10:20) and why villains can't use iPhones in movies (16:10). Next we review the series premiere of FX's Breeders (20:35). Finally, we discuss the results of round one of our March Madness favorite current television character bracket (32:10).




You can also listen to past episodes of the podcast on iTunes, Twitch or on our YouTube channel. Also be sure to vote in round two of our March Madness bracket where we try and figure out the best character currently on TV!

Monday, March 2, 2020

Dual Redundancy's March Madness Bracket - Favorite TV Character Round 2


It is March and that only means one thing: March Madness! After dealing with movies last year we decided this year to try and figure out who is the best character currently on TV!

“Currently" is a very important word here. This means their show must be currently airing or will be producing new episodes/seasons soon. In other words, any show that has ended in the last year including The Good Place and Bojack Horseman which had series finales last month are not. There are 16 competitors in each “division” (network, cable, premium and streaming). Every week they will battle against each other until only one TV character remains and is named your favorite currently on television!

Voting for each round will close on Sunday night and the next round of match-ups will begin on Mondays. Keep an eye on the blog, our Twitter feed and each episode’s show notes for the voting link!

Speaking of voting ROUND TWO HAS BEGUN! Please only one vote per person. If you are unfamiliar with both characters in one matchup you can skip that matchup if you choose.

Friday, February 28, 2020

Podcast Episode 282: Hunters Series Premiere and BoJack Horseman Series Finale


In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss the kid that went viral for grunting like Tim Allen everyday on YouTube (1:40), Netflix’s new top ten list feature (11:10) and how a trip to the cinema may be considered light exercise (18:45). We also review the series premiere of Amazon’s Hunters (26:10). Finally, we discuss the final season of BoJack Horseman including the series finale entitled “Nice While it Lasted” (47:20).



 

You can also listen to past episodes of the podcast on iTunes, Twitch or on our YouTube channel. Also be sure to vote in our just announced March Madness bracket where we try and figure out the best character currently on TV!

Monday, February 24, 2020

Dual Redundancy's March Madness Bracket - Favorite TV Character Round 1


It is March and that only means one thing: March Madness! After dealing with movies last year we decided this year to try and figure out who is the best character currently on TV!

“Currently" is a very important word here. This means their show must be currently airing or will be producing new episodes/seasons soon. In other words, any show that has ended in the last year including The Good Place and Bojack Horseman which had series finales last month are not. There are 16 competitors in each “division” (network, cable, premium and streaming). Every week they will battle against each other until only one TV character remains and is named your favorite currently on television!

Voting for each round will close on Sunday night and the next round of match-ups will begin on Mondays. Keep an eye on the blog, our Twitter feed and each episode’s show notes for the voting link!

Speaking of voting ROUND ONE HAS BEGUN! Please only one vote per person. If you are unfamiliar with both characters in one matchup you can skip that matchup if you choose.

Thursday, February 20, 2020

Podcast Episode 281: Locke & Key and Mythic Quest: Raven's Banquet Series Premieres


In this week's episode David and John discuss some Breaking Bad criminals (1:30) and a possible streaming service coming from ViacomCBS (6:40). We also discuss the latest in Netflix news including how they are now measuring ratings (12:10), the ability to turn off autoplaying (18:40) and a new "Watch Now" feature (24:20). Finally, we review two series premieres of new streaming series: Apple TV+'s Mythic Quest: Raven's Banquet (28:20) and Netflix's Locke & Key (41:15).
   

You can also listen to past episodes of the podcast on iTunes or on our YouTube channel. Also be sure to subscribe to our Twitch channel!

Saturday, February 15, 2020

Podcast Episode 280: Briarpatch Series Premiere, Survivor: Winners at War and the Results for the 92nd Oscars


In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss everything from the 92nd Academy Awards including the big winners and losers (1:45), the long ceremony including the surprise Eminem performance (13:50) and what The Academy can do to increase ratings (24:40). We also review the series premiere of USA's Briarpatch (38:30). Finally, David is joined by Mike Ladue to discuss the premiere of Survivor's 40th season: Winners at War (48:45)!
 


You can also listen to past episodes of the podcast on iTunes or on our YouTube channel. Also be sure to subscribe to our Twitch channel!

Thursday, February 6, 2020

Podcast Episode 279: Super Bowl LIV and The Good Place Series Finale


In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss the results of the Writers Guild of America Awards (1:30) and the British Academy Film Awards (6:45) plus what they may mean for Sunday's Oscars. We then discuss everything from Super Bowl 54 including the halftime show (16:05) and the commercials including Baby Nut (25:00). Next we review the series finale of The Good Place entitled "Whenever You're Ready" (42:25). Finally, we give quick check-ins to what we each have been individually watching (52:40).
   

You can also listen to past episodes of the podcast on iTunes or on our YouTube channel. Also be sure to subscribe to our Twitch channel!

Tuesday, February 4, 2020

Podcast Episode 278B: More Predictions for the 2020 Oscars with The Boyle and Rojas Podcast



After predicting the top eight awards for the 92nd Academy Awards, David and Kyle are joined again by Nick Boyle & Nick Rojas of The Boyle and Rojas Podcast. In this special mini-episode they try and predict two other categories that could have some unique winners at the Academy Awards on Sunday, February 9th.





For even more Oscar predictions be sure to check out our main Oscar prediction special! You can also listen to past episodes of the podcast on iTunes or on our YouTube channel. Also be sure to subscribe to our Twitch channel!

Thursday, January 30, 2020

Podcast Episode 278: Predicting the 92nd Academy Awards vs. The Boyle and Rojas Podcast (Oscars 2020)


In this week’s episode David and Kyle take on special guests Nick Boyle & Nick Rojas of The Boyle and Rojas Podcast in predicting the very unpredictable Oscars. In this special episode they try and forecast who will take home the Oscar in all the major categories for the 92nd Academy Awards.



We discuss (in order) best original screenplay (6:05), best adapted screenplay (11:50), best supporting actor (17:10), best supporting actress (21:15), best actor (26:00), best actress (32:40), best director (39:10), and best picture (46:55).




Keep an eye out for even more Oscar related content next week with a special mini-episode. To get in touch with us and find out when we are recording follow us on Twitter

Thursday, January 23, 2020

Podcast Episode 277: Avenue 5 Series Premiere and Curb Your Enthusiasm Season 10 Premiere


In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss why Burger King is giving free Whoppers to residents near the Joker stairs (1:35). We also discuss what the results of the Producers Guild of America Awards and the Screen Actors Guild Awards means for the Oscar race (7:00). Next we discuss everything we learned about the new streaming service from NBCUniversal called Peacock (20:10). Finally, we review two HBO comedies: the series premiere of Avenue 5 (30:45) and the season 10 premiere of Curb Your Enthusiasm (41:25).





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Thursday, January 16, 2020

Podcast Episode 276: 1917, The Outsider and the Nominations for the 92nd Oscars


In this week's episode David, John and Kyle react to the nominees for the 92nd Academy Awards including Joker’s 11 total nominations (1:45). We also review the best picture nominee 1917 (29:30) and the series premiere of HBO’s new miniseries The Outsider (43:10).




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Friday, January 10, 2020

Podcast Episode 275: Cats, Uncut Gems and the 77th Golden Globes


In this week's episode David, John and Kyle discuss everything from the 77th Golden Globe Awards including the film winners (1:55), the TV winners (15:50) and the host Ricky Gervais (23:55). We also review the Adam Sandler movie Uncut Gems (33:55). Next David relives his nightmare experience at Cats (42:40). Finally, we introduce a new segment where we give quick check-ins to what we each have been watching (53:25).




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