This week the Wireless Gentlemen discuss Sidney Pollack’s 1974 crime drama masterpiece, Yakuza. The sports season ends (or does it?) with Caddyshack, which leads to some interesting Loggins later on. For table time Luke discusses Brad Neely. Wrapup is even more Loggins than anything you’ve ever seen or heard before, even if you’ve met Kenny Loggins in person.
This week it’s all about friendship as Conor and Luke plumb the riches of Wes Anderson’s 1998 indie classic Rushmore. The action season reaches dizzying new heights with Stallone in Cliffhanger and the table overfloweth with videogames and TV! Enjoy the show and don’t forget to send in your suggestion for the podcast’s new name!
Without Conor, Luke is aimless, like a puppy that’s lost his way. Lucky for Luke (and you) Morgan McBride is available and once again proves himself to be an able voiced co-host. Topics discussed this week include 1993’s tale of repetition and redemption Groundhog Day, Die Hard and movie meals. Don’t forget to check out Scriptshadow’s Die Hard article! Oh, and enjoy the show!
Luke falsely identified the number of days Bill Murray spends reliving the 2nd of February as 3000-something, this article reveals a more accurate figure, based on research and the like. Spoilers obviously.
Rounding out our two part Christmas ‘cast and the year its the Wireless Express Show! Join Conor and Luke as they talk their way through A Christmas Story, Scrooged, A Muppet Christmas Carol and many more. Food comes up a fair amount this episode so feel free to have the Wireless Express Show as the backdrop to your own festive feasts this holiday season. Stay safe and happy and we’ll see you next year!