Mike, Cal and Tony play the TOP One Hit Wonders of the 80’s, PLUS another track from the artists to determine why they have become a dreaded One Hit Wonder. Would the guys “Sign them” and give them another chance… or “Can Them” and leave them where they are? To round out the show, they do a full play through and review of the NEW KIDS ON THE BLOCK album HANGIN TOUGH!
Timmy Danger returns to the SCSO to discuss his Pure Pro wrestling show on 5/25 from Richmond, Virginia at the Hoffheimer Building. Danger has taken the bull by the horns to put it together and talks about the inception, logistics, a brief history of the wrestling scene in Richmond, runs down the card and what he wants fans to take away from it.
Jay Baca opens up the Lucha Lounge for more May Mini-Reviews.
Mike interviews Deborah Voorhees, star of “Friday the 13th Part V: A New Beginning” and talks to her about her time on the film, her experiences and thoughts on being part of a historic horror series, her work on “Dallas” and her time at the Playboy Club. Then Mike welcomes Justin from the Inconclusive Breakdown podcast as they honor Mom’s to debate the BEST Mom’s of the 80’s and 90’s. This is a DO NOT MISS episode!
Sean brings back Papa Hales and Dylan Hales makes his first appearance on the SCSO. The two break down the entire field/first round of the Making Towns classic, including two new entrants. Dylan also fills in fans on the latest Scenic City Invitational news.
Jay Baca opens up the Lucha Lounge for his May Mini review of TNA’s fifth PPV back in 2002. Sean wraps up the show with next week’s guests and what to expect from the SCSO in coming months.
WLW Studios’ “Lucha Liaison” Jay Baca joins Handsome Dan this week to discuss Dan’s all-time favorite film, 1995’s crime drama Heat, directed by Michael Mann and featuring an All-Star cast headlined by Al Pacino, Robert DeNiro, and Val Kilmer. Dive deep into this celebrated film and raise your movie IQ in the process!
Originally released 6/20/14, The Jury take on one of the biggest cult classics in horror history SLEEPAWAY CAMP! Join Mike, Adam and Sydney as they travel to camp, and find out what they thought of the SHOCKING finale! WARNING: Watch movie before you listen if you haven’t seen it!
The man behind The Gated Community, Edward Dao and “The Beau Show” Beau Crockett return to the SCSO to talk with Sean about Capitol Wrestling, The Old Dominion Rumble, Threat of Joy, the Making Towns Classic, the Commonwealth Cup and more. In the Lucha Lounge, Jay Baca brings the first of his Mini May Reviews.
After a long hiatus, the Smartest Man Not In Professional Wrestling is back and he’s raising your wrestling IQ with a discussion on WWE’s WrestleMania 23 from 2007. Dan will do his best to preserve the old ways as he covers ring psychology and storytelling, promos, and how many things in wrestling have lost their meaning. It’s a concentrated dose of wisdom on the Final Say!
Mike, Cal and Tony travel beck to 1986 to review the robot comedy SHORT CIRCUIT! We know Mike isn’t a fan of Steve Guttenburg, but can his co-star Ally Sheedy help make the film watchable? Join the Jury for this 80’s adventure!!
“The Rising Sun of Texas” Machiko joins Sean to tell her story. She discusses paying your dues on the road, who inspired her to get into the ring, how to separate yourself from others, her goals for the future, who she’d like to face and much, much more.
Jay Baca opens up the Lucha Lounge for his series of “Mini-Reviews”, kicking them off with TNA’s weekly PPV’s in 2002. Sean finishes off the show previewing The Greatest Royal Rumble and the controversy of women not being included.