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Jul 19, 2021

Whhhhaats up everyone and welcome to episode 254 of The Chumpcast! Every so often, we get the opportunity to all be in one place and I very stupidly agree to set everything up outside. That was this week. Ignore the birds and airplane noises, cuz yer boys are back. Also, Gunpowder Milkshake, because fuck LeBron.

TIMESTAMPS!

1:00 - Mark and Brick are tryna get stabbed, and Smithers’s wife is gonna stab him. Everybody gettin stabbed here

4:50 - How long could you last with the hiccups before you decided that you would just go play in traffic or hurl yourself off a mountain?

9:20 - TRAILERS! Turning Red is Pixar’s new adorableness, The Colony appears to be a mix of Children of Men and Mad Max, Deadpool + Korg = smiley face, Habit looks awful to everyone but Brick, and John Boyega has the best name and stars in Naked Singularity

25:10 - Valve is launching the Steam Deck, a handheld switch competitor that will house your Steam library on the go. Worth the big bucks?

30:30 - Netflix is officially entering the streaming video game service. What could possibly go wrong except for everything that has gone wrong for any company that tried this before?

35:20 - The entire point of having kids is to get them into video games and other shit that you enjoy

37:00 - RECOMMENDATIONS! A catch-up on Rick and Morty, Smithers is finally watching Dave and still won’t shut up about Formula 1 (Silverstone GP this weekend!) and Brick is still playing the same video games because the rest of us have not download them yet but did watch Bohemian Rhapsody

42:45 - BEST MAN ALIVE! Frank Darabont absolutely FLEECED AMC for his Walking Dead money, Brooks Koepka is making golf fun by being a dick, and one man who dared to troll all of Frito Lay

53:40 - REVIEW! Was Gunpowder Milkshake worth the wait?

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