Category Archives for Fanboy Smackdown
Being jerks we called this “Episode #4”. Honestly, we wondered if we’d be able to make it through 5, 6 and 1-3. Today is the third anniversary of the posting of the first episode of Fanboy Smackdown (which later became … Continue reading
Lazy show notes. This is the last FBSD, next week the real party starts. Backseat Producers – coming soon
Happy Mother’s Day! Tony, Adam and Sergio discuss the teen pregnancy comedy, Juno. Next week’s episode will be a Feedback show. Please get any feedback to be featured in this show to us by Wednesday, May 14th at 8 PM … Continue reading
In this episode, Tony and Adam drink your milkshake; they drink it up. Just a reminder, the name of the show is changing. We don’t have a date set, but we’ll soon be changing the name of the show to … Continue reading
Tony and Adam are joined by a voice from the past to continue the Oscar series by discussing the film Atonement. Tony, Tony and Adam also make a big announcement before discussing the film.Â This will change everything. First half … Continue reading
Herein we chat about the kick off to Season 4 of Battlestar Galactica. There is drinking and swearing and spoiling. Kinda like the bar that the pilots all hang out at. Phil from The Red Earth Saga and Melina join … Continue reading
Tony, Adam, Phil, Paul, Jake and (Grungy)Dan went to the movies Saturday afternoon.Â Then they went back to Fanboy Smackdown’s satellite studio and raided the beer fridge.Â Then the microphones went live. This is the result. This is a wild … Continue reading
Tony and Adam discuss the past and proposed future of John Carpenter’s Escape From New York. During the course of the episode they also discuss how the feel of Escape from LA differed from Escape From New York and how … Continue reading
Adam and Tony discuss Stephen King’s The Mist. We ramble a bit at parts. Make sure you listen after the end music for a special announcement about next week’s show.
Tony and Adam talk up podcasters, podcast novels and the Oscar Best Picture Award winner, No Country for Old Men. More detailed show notes when Tony recovers from his wicked weekend and this week’s Jury Duty.