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Apr 26, 2021

Whhhhaats up everyone and welcome to episode 242 of The Chumpcast! Haole Brick is back in town after a luxurious vacation, but Mark is still jet-setting to one of the Dakotas. Sucks for him, because he missed out on Mortal Kombat.

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1:00 - Everyone buckle in while Brick talks about the sick vacation that he took while we all worked for the last week and a half

4:55 - The next pandemic is already among us, and it’s gender reveal parties where people blow shit up (also autoplay on websites)

9:40 - TRAILERS! Zack Snyder’s Army of the Dead is definitely going to feature zombies getting freaky with each other because Zack Snyder

16:05 - TRAILERS! After a long wait, Love Death & Robots is returning for TWO MORE SEASONS

19:05 - TRAILERS! Shang Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings is the Kung Fu movie we need right now

24:40 - TRAILERS! Werewolves Within stars Brick’s fave comedy actor Sam Richardson and the AT&T girl

29:10 - TRAILERS! Apparently they still make Conjuring movies?

31:35 - Vin Diesel is going to star in a Rock’em Sock’em Robots movie that will win all of the Razzies

33:15 - Comic conventions are returning. Do we deserve this yet? Will anyone go?

36:20 - BEST MAN ALIVE! The king of slacking off is an old Italian man collecting paychecks for 15 years and a couple that feels that they are entitled to use your mansion for their corny wedding

45:25 - REVIEW! Mortal Kombat brings the heat as long as you set the right expectations for it

1:05:50 - RECOMMENDATIONS! Brick loves Ben Affleck so much that he saw The Way Back and he still shills for Apple+. Also, Smithers is still obsessed with Sasquatch documentaries

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Thanks to Broke For Free for the intro song "If".  You can find more of them at the Free Music Archive here.