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Mar 22, 2021

Whhhhaats up everyone and welcome to episode 238 of The Chumpcast! Two Thirds of us are coming to you LIVE from beautiful Las Vegas while Mark is still passed out on a rooftop somewhere. Not to worry, as Brick and I will always have you covered with a movie review. This time, it’s a really weird one by the name of Happily, starring Joel McHale and Kerry Bishe.

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5:25 - The Red Rifle Andy Freakin Dalton is coming to save the Chicago Bears

9:05 - The best internet video of all time of the week is a Power Rangers fight commentary

13:30 - TRAILERS! What if Sasquatch was the most prolific serial killer in modern times? What if aliens are really here all the time, but they just jump between dimensions? What if we’re all crackpots? 

18:15 - TRAILERS! What if WB just released Godzilla vs Kong all at once instead of a billion trailers? 

22:55 - TRAILERS! Concrete Cowboy has a STACKED cast ft Idris Elba, Caleb McGlaughlin, and Method Man

25:45 - KINDA TRAILERS! We found the best part of Wonder Woman 1984, and it was in the blooper reel

30:35 - Humperdink Bumblesnatch wants to show that he can play a WIDE range of magicians

34:25 - BEST MAN ALIVE! A mother decided to deepfake some of her daughter’s friends as twisted revenge, blockchain farts for sale, and a woman who held a very special birthday celebration

45:20 - REVIEW! Happily stars Joel McHale and Kerry Bishe as their group of friends despises how much they love each other, with strange consequences!

1:02:10 - RECOMMENDATIONS! Falcon and Winter Soldier is here to save us from the weird spring doldrums, and Invincible comes to Amazon Prime this Friday!

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