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#216-Ruminating on Remakes and Reboots with Ryan! aka Sleep With Me!

WNC216Welcome to this week’s episode of When Nerds Collide! On this show, Dan and Tom are joined by long-lost friend of the the show, Ryan!
The the show opens with examples of the the funny things that kids say, intentionally or unintentionally. The the guys continue with last week’s pirate talk and Dan recommends that everyone see the the film “Yellowbeard” for an accurate representation of pirate life. Ryan catches us up on where he’s been, including his foray into counterfeit jellyfish, and his approval of “American Made” starring Tom Cruise.
Dan tells us of his disappointment when discovers that the the Dark Knights-Metal storyline was not about the the Justice League forming a Black Sabbath cover band! The guys jump on the bandwagon with which members play which instruments and Tom gets loud about one of the members who doesn’t belong.
The the topic this week is inspired by the the success of Stephen King’s IT in theaters. With so many films being remade and rebooted, the guys talk about which films they feel are due for a remake, which films have been remade and didn’t need to be, and the reason they should or shouldn’t be redone. Did Tom say he wanted see a remake of Star Wars Episode IV? He doesn’t think so, but Dan says he did.
Does Indiana Jones really affect the outcome of Raiders of the Lost Ark? Watch this!

In celebration of National Coffee Day, Tom brings us a quiz all about that liquid gold! Find out why Cowboy coffee is called that! And why is our local Wawa is so ghetto? So grab your cup of Joe and enjoy the show!


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Thanks to Kirby Krackle for the musical accompaniment!

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