The world of maxes and pluses keeps expanding creating gigs of wheat and chaff. We need the Watchers more than ever. Join Sam and Moze on their adventure discussing and dissecting highlights and low points in the streaming universe.

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The Matrixes of Spiders, Fett and Gillis but Don’t Look Up

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Really the title says it all. No quippy title, just facts. Sam and Moze take it to the streets with a look at some of the past two weeks of content for your senses. Some of it stacked up pretty strong. Some of it was drenched in weak sauce. These are just the facts as we saw it.

Sam Adams and Philip Mozolak


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19

Arrow to the Ghosts

Time for the guys to intervene and dam the stream for a moment. They take aim at that Marvel arrow show, people missing in space, and spectral exterminations. Moze also continues to hamper Sam’s train of thought with the magic soundboard.

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18

A Finch Flying Over the Eternal Dunes

Time to talk about some of the bigger movies and shows that have released. Sam went out to see that new Marvel film that Moze had zero interest in. They talk that other big movie about sand and spice, you know the one. There was a hidden gem that caught the eye of both of our heroes—Apple TV+’s “Finch.” They deduced that a man, a dog and a robot can create a captivating story.

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17

Babyfaces, Heels and the Closer

Finale time again for Sam and Moze. As things close off for the season we have some new series you might not have even heard about. Of course Moze tried to draw lines back to professional wresting and story writing this streaming season. Sam gave us a #CovidCinemaMinute shooting on two recent films you might want to venture out to enjoy.

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16

What If a Soprano Could Sing?

The multiverse of channels got out of control and Sam and Moze were separated by a Chicago-sized gap. That means that we’re late to the dance, but we had a few drinks before we got here. There’s a load of great content out there that has surprised us lately! Here are our lists.

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15

What if Shang Chi was…?

It has been too long, and Moze and Sam made up for it on this one. We took a look at the latest two episodes of “What if…?” just to make sure that the cartoon universes are stable. Then Sam makes a full-on sales call to convince Moze that the newest MCU film is better than what has come before. Both watchers also went down two very different streams to find some fixed points that might be worth your time.

Sam Adams and Philip Mozolak


14

Thanos Loves a Good Argument

Short show, as we take a look at the Wakandan Star Lord with a sprinkle of Santa Ted. Moze gives some recommendations on what you can consume if you have a short time—or a marathon duration of time.

Sam Adams and Philip Mozolak


13

What If a Polka Dot Could Kill?

Big stuff this week. The whole reason Sam and Moze started this new adventure. To watch, comment, and never interfere. “What If…” We also checked out that new James Gunn film.
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12

Greyskull Powered Streaming

Lots of action and releasing this week. Some of it beyond polarizing, and some quiet and under the radar. Sam and Moze took a look at some old standards like a new “Grand Tour” installment, as well as exploring the hype and hysteria connected to “Masters of the Universe.” Moze was allowed time to flex his conspiracy muscles to “educate” Sam on some of the grey areas online.

Sam Adams and Philip Mozolak


11

Coast to Coast Reunion Tour

We’re back from the long hiatus that took Moze from the North Bay of California to the Triangle of North Carolina. Sam and Moze catch up with all the shows you’ve been watching and a few that you might have missed, on platforms you may not have thought to watch. Good thing your Watchers are here to stare directly into the streams.

Sam Adams and Philip Mozolak


10

A Quiet Loki Boy Summer

Oh boy, it’s been a while and we missed you. We’re taking a look at the first half of “Loki,” with perhaps the most honest and stripped-down criticism and praise we can muster. We got back to the theater as well, and had some popcorn with John Krasinski. He would not discuss any Reed Richards rumors. Sam pulls off the fastest review of FF9 on the internet to date. Moze fawns over his new favorite Netflix series that you might not have heard of, “Black Summer.”

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