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Dec 7, 2020

Whaaats up everyone and welcome to episode 224 of The Chumpcast! Gotta be honest. This one went off the rails fairly quickly, but I guess that’s why you’re here. Also, we watched The Sound of Metal starring Riz Ahmed.


0:50 – Remy the Goob is 2 years old and definitely is not and has never been fat and raw denim was the worst idea of all time

4:50 – Let’s do some bad reminiscing about college and exhibitionism

5:55 – Nate Robinsons is a disgrace to professional athletes and might have lost us some money

13:55 – Cyberpunk on us is coming to an end! Make sure you slide into our DMs…

15:35 – TRAILER ALERT! We Can Be Heroes is probably Best Picture of 2021

18:05 – Announcing bi-weekly trivia and prize giveaways!

20:40 – Mark is horny for Oscar Isaac playing Solid Snake in the upcoming Metal Gear Solid flick

22:50 – Is someone blackmailing The Chumps? Are scammers getting dumber?

27:20 – What is your favorite single-player story video game?

30:45 – Tyrion Lannister AKA Peter Dinklage has signed on for a Toxic Avenger reboot

31:50 – First look at Jeremy Renner and Hailee Steinfeld on set for Hawkeye

33:20 – The big news of the week is that HBO Max is here to save our boring lives with theatrical releases coming straight to streaming

42:00 – Are theaters dead? What’s your fondest theater memory?

47:45 – BEST MAN ALIVE! Featuring a monolith check-in, some balls, the McRib McReturn, a South African politician with an infamous name, and big time fart talk

59:40 – REVIEW! The Sound of Metal starring Riz Ahmed and Olivia Cooke, streaming now on Amazon Prime

1:12:30 - RECCOMENDATIONS! The Undoing on HBO, Your Honor starring Bryan Cranston, Matthew McConaughey’s book, and The Clone Wars on Disney+

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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.