Friday, August 31, 2018

Catching Up on Australian Survivor 2018 with Dan Liebke

The first twelve episodes of Champions vs. Contenders have already flown by, unless you've fallen behind, in which case it will take months to catch up, and today Colin is joined by Australia's own Dan Liebke to break down the early highlights and check in on how everyone stacks up with the merge on the horizon. As always, listen below, here, or on iTunes here.

Wednesday, August 22, 2018

Survivor Maryland: Finale Preview with Kirsten MacInnis and Kos

With the All-Stars finale officially set for September 3rd, Colin is joined by icons of betrayal Kos and Kirsten MacInnis to break down the post-merge dramatics and forecast (wrongly) how the endgame might play out. Catch up on the season here, then listen below, here, or on iTunes here.

Saturday, August 11, 2018

The Challenge 32: Episodes 1-5 with Matt Liguori and Brian Scally

Through five episodes of Final Reckoning, we've seen four showmances, three eliminations, two main matches, and one Califiore brother determined to be unemployed forever. Today Colin is back with Big Brother Twitter icons Matt Liguori and Brian Scally to talk through all the drama from the first month and forecast how each remaining pair stacks up below, here, or on iTunes here.

Monday, August 6, 2018

Tyrant Saw Us Brexit: Deal or No Deal?

With Donald Trump offering policy advice, hiring recommendations, and general moral support to a beleaguered Britain, saner voices are desperately need to explain what on earth is happening on that side of the pond; none were available, so Colin once again enlisted Dom to break down the Brexit progress (or lack thereof) two years in. How have his and his compatriots' opinions changed since 2016, and what do people expect to happen next? With important deadlines approaching, what might the final deal look like? And, if there isn't one, will there be panic on the streets of London, Birmingham, and/or Carlisle? Find out below, here, or on iTunes here.

Previous episodes:
Further Analysis
UK Election 2017