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Nov 30, 2020

Whaaats up everyone and welcome to episode 223 of The Chumpcast! Let’s pound our coffees and talk about “celebrity” boxing matches, Clifford and his big red appendages, and Sarah Paulsen’s latest thriller RUN now streaming on Hulu.

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0:50 – Smithers is a cheery Grinch boi today, while Brick is sober and mopey

2:30 – The NFL is definitely boned after Thanksgiving and now everyone has COVID, and Tuesday is the worst day of the week

5:00 – Vanderbilt Kicker Sarah Fuller is set to be the first female kicker in a power 5 NCAA conference, which would be cool if kickers belonged in football

10:30 – VOICEMAIL! Uncle Kyle asks what food you’ve seen on the big screen that looked the most delicious

16:45 – Brick is going to drive to the middle of Utah to find the alien reset button

20:30 – The Simpsons have predicted anything, so aliens probably look just like Kang and Kodos

21:30 – TRAILERS! Clifford the Big Red Dog and Clifford’s Big Red Dong

26:45 – Streaming services are reportedly in a bidding war for the rights to Godzilla vs Kong. What’s coming directly to streaming next?

30:20 – Remember when Choose Your Own Adventure sued Netflix for making Bandersnatch?

32:20 – Netflix is producing The Adam Project, a sci-fi time travel flick starring Ryan Reynolds, Zoe Saldana, Mark Ruffalo, and Jennifer Garner

33:40 – Do you sandwich punching dinguses want to play Cyberpunk 2077 for free?

36:45 – BEST MAN ALIVE! Featuring Marshawn Lynch, a lame Fugging decision, Stan Lee is still the man even in death, a pervert’s dream pool, and a small Belgian town with some large holiday decorations

48:30 – REVIEW! Run, starring Sarah Paulsen is now streaming on Hulu

58:00 – RECOMMENDATIONS! A Shawn Mendes doc on Netflix, potential Black Friday deals to be had, and Population 1 for VR headsets

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