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Jul 5, 2021

Whhhhaats up everyone and welcome to episode 252 of The Chumpcast! I hope you’re ready for constant food talk, because I didn’t eat breakfast before we started recording. Anywho, let’s break down the ridiculous plot holes in Chris Pratt’s latest Amazon Prime flick, The Tomorrow War.

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0:50 - Hot takes on donuts, crullers, and bear claws

4:40 - TMZ is now doing the most hard hitting UFO reporting for some reason

10:05 - Brick hates Starbucks coffee and Mark loves Sploogewaffels

12:05 - TRAILERS! Don’t Breathe 2 is just blind Taken, A Dark Foe stars the next Tommy Wiseau, Beckett doesn’t make sense but has John David Washington, and Clifford the Big Red Dog would be better as a horror/thriller

22:35 - We’re getting a 2nd season of Good Omens and Neil Gaiman stays roasting people on Twitter

24:20 - Quiet Place 2 and Fast 9 are slowly but surely bringing back the domestic box office, but are we over theaters now?

29:40 - Another Simpsons crossover, but this time featuring Tom Hiddleston as Loki

31:15 - RECOMMENDATIONS! Brick with No Sudden Move since no one else seems to be talking about it, Smithers won’t shut up about cars and likes Top Gear, and Mark is gearing up for Monsters at work

35:10 - BEST MAN ALIVE! One man successfully trolls the entire internet with the power of an opinion article about grilling, Mark wants to speak to the manager of Wal-Mart, a man kinda just...follows a cat up into a tree, and Richard Branson is cucking Jeff Bezos

46:20 - SPOILER FREE REVIEW! Chris Pratt, Betty Gilpin, Yvonne Strahovsky and Sam Richardson star in The Tomorrow War from director Chris McKay, now streaming on Amazon Prime

52:50 - SPOILERS FOR TOMORROW WAR (you’ve been warned)

1:12:15 - LAPD almost blows up an entire neighborhood and a look at reviews in upcoming shows

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