This week we endorse our friends on LinkedIn, we talk about William Shatner, Rome guesses (incorrectly) the top earning celebrities, we review our challenges from episode 33, and we challenge each other with new assignments. Other topics:
William Conrad’s Valentine Day gift suggestions
Rome reviews the thrilling Cannon episode “A flight of hawks”
Rome delivers a field report from Ohucky, and we continue to review nominations for our terrible Christmas song playlist. Special Guest Honathan Jyde joins us to rock the night away in the frosty air. We discuss:
In episode 27, Rome reviews the Manos: the Hands of Fate Blu-Ray disk, we complain about people who complain about their flights being cancelled, talk Star Wars and what it has to do with Cannon and Rod Serling’s Night Gallery, get a travelogue of Joel’s recent travels, Tim Tams, and whether or not Rome is going through death’s door. Plus, Santo movies.
This week on If You’re Like Me: We review “The Martian” in a fairly spoiler free manner, discuss naming idea’s for Joel’s new river, ask the question “where are the raisins,” and give you some ideas of pranks to play on your coworkers.
It’s a “better late than never” episode, where we are joined by special guest Honathan Jyde to debate the darker side of Andy Griffith, we recount pant emergencies, complain about the early election cycle, and talk about adventures in Ebay. Grab a pair of backup pants or a stapler and give it a listen.
We’ve been gone for a couple of weeks, so we are back with an extended episode. This week Rome explains some confusing song lyrics, we talk about George Reeves and getting typecast. Do you ever feel typecast? If you are like us, you do.
We debate if Rome is getting old given his old man glass collecting tendencies, and Joel relates some moderately humorous stories of selling copiers in Western North Carolina.
In episode 20, we spoil season 1 episode 4 of The Man From U.N.C.L.E (it was Hitler), debate whether or not you can spoil bad movies, talk about evil Will Geer, the worst episode of the Twilight Zone, selfies, and hanging out.
If a man could be in two places at the same time, I would listen to this episode tomorrow and today. We discuss spoilers and Rome shares proper restroom etiquette. Also, we talk about Telly Savalas and his confusing 1975 hit “If.”
This week we talk about several depressing topics, including the latest Batman V Superman news, the Monopoly movie, TV Land dropping Dukes of Hazzard (and other shows that TV Land should retroactively cancel/ban), and Terminator Genisys.
On a happier note, Rome reviews Naked Space/The Monster Wasn’t Nice.
This week we are remote while Joel is in Decatur Georgia for his wife’s hospital stay. But the pod’s gonna cast no matter what. In this week’s episode we get a thrilling travelogue of Belton, SC, explain what grits are for the uninitiated, visit the $1 record boxes at Wuxtry Records, debate line theory, remember Patrick Macnee, star of Naked Space/The Creature Wasn’t Nice. And Rome has a life changing experience when he agrees with Stan Lee.
Bonus: Non practicing radiological technologist Rome Maynard explains what to do when you blow your fingers off with fireworks on the fourth of July.
In this episode we discuss whether drivers in the south are worse than drivers in other parts of the USA, debate bumper stickers, and pay tribute to the great Christopher Lee. Internationally renowned safety expert Scott Barr returns with a safety tip that may save your life, and we finally get Rome’s review of Avengers: Age of Ultron. Plus, find out what Rome really thinks about the new Jim Gordon Batman.
In this week’s episode, we discuss bad advice, radio, CBS Radio Mystery Theater, Casey Kasem, Swap and Shop, radio obituaries, bad vacations, Carrowinds, Michael Landon’s hair, and the Ohio bicycle museum.
You know it’s a good episode when Rome loses it laughing.
In our extra special Memorial Day episode we talk about Mexican horror films, give our real-time reaction to the Ant Man trailer, provide a spoiler-free review of Avengers: Age of Ultron. Joel opens his 25 year old sealed country music trading card pack, and we discuss bagpipe music. You might require a concealed carry permit to use this week’s ringtone.
[Trigger warning: Clowns] This week we get a review of Tokyo from Joel’s recent journey, we discuss clowns, and we are joined by internationally renowned anti-clowning expert Scott Sewell. And we give a gift to our loyal listeners.
This week’s very special episode was produced in Japan. In it we discuss the Disnification of everything good, find out what Rome would bring with him to a deserted island, hear a confession from Joel, rant about biopics. You may not be able to believe everything you hear on the internet, but you can believe what you hear on If You’re Like Me.
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In this episode we discuss our world travels, address the controversy surrounding Rome’s Dr. Who recommendations, and we introduce a new segment called “Any Questions.” Is Ben Affleck the best Batman ever? Listen to find out. If you have any questions you would like us to address on a future episode, leave us a comment or email email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org.
In this episode we discuss snobbery, if the easy availability of everything online makes geek culture too easy, pay tribute to James “Roscoe” Best, and debate if Star Wars is over-rated or under-rated.
If you’re like us, you frequently hear “somebody must have too much time on his hands.” We object to this statement, and in this episode we explain why. We also delve into body armor, DC vs. Marvel, truck driving music, have a convoy, and compare classic vs. modern Dr. Who.
In this episode, the burden of expertise and not correcting people, we visit The Book Nook, discuss Downtown Abbey, The Green Lantern Hornet, educational records, The Arnold Schwarzenegger Total Body Workout, why vinyl LP’s are great (and why they are not), how to relax, and Johnny Cash’s “Water From The Wells of Home.”
In this episode we provide expert quotes for aspiring reporters, provide a lesson in comic book shopping etiquette and strategies for visits to Richard’s Comics and Collectables in #yeahthatgreenville, Johnny Cash executes Andy Griffith while singing with the BC Goodpasture Christian School, and Rome tells us what he really thinks about The Big Bang Theory.
In this episode Rome recreates his favorite episode of Cannon (A Quinn Martin Production), we discuss why modern music doesn’t make any sense, take a course in Advanced PhilCollinology, and discuss things and people that we think are over-rated.
In our premier episode, meet Joel and Rome. We talk about things that inspire us, what Little House on the Prairie would have been like if they had cell phones, why you should watch Metropolis, and educational safety movies.