In this week's show, the boys try to talk about their favorite Christmas TV specials, traditions and foods but something sinister happens along the way. First they talk about how Nick can finally get a peaceful night of sleep and then discuss Bill's problems with the People of Walmart. Next, the boys eat Holiday Skittles to disastrous results. After a musical intermission double-shot by our friends, The Hard Lessons, we finally start talking about Christmas. At least until someone mentions Bob Saget and the podcast takes an adult turn...
In this week's show, Bill tells everyone about a crazy experience at Red Robin and Nick shares a really odd dream. Then the boys get to the real reason for the show, their top 10 lists of Christmas movies. We have another musical intermission with our friends from TREN when we feature their song, "My Savior". Nick and Bill also try to figure out just how many McCallister siblings there were in the movie "Home Alone."
In this week's episode, Nick and Bill eat more food! This time they sample some new chips from Lays; both the Greektown Gyro and Cheddar Bacon Mac and Cheese flavors. Then they also try out the new Kickin' Chicken Taco Pringles where they realize that what is tasted can never be untasted. The boys then talk about Nick's newest guilty pleasure, Drop Dead Diva and Bill sings Interstate Love Song by the Stone Temple Pilots in a way you never imagined possible. Finally, we take another peek into the Tin Hat Society and tackle some conspiracy theories; the Dyatov Pass Incident, Plum Island and the Coca-Cola formula to name a few.
The boys are back! This week, Nick and Bill talk about the Limetown podcast and explain why you should be listening. Then they continue a discussion that started on Pillow Talk's Facebook page when they talk about Captain America 3: Civil War and Bill explains why the smart money is on #TeamCap. After a musical intermission featuring TREN, the boys talk about Midtown Comics, what to do while you're waiting for Star Wars: The Force Awakens to come out on the 18th and Nick is finally all-in on the Darth Jar Jar fan theory!
Happy Thanksgiving! Nick and Bill weren't able to get an episode recorded this week but we still have something new for you. In this week's tiny, bonus episode, Pillow Talk Corespondent Andie, tries some of the jelly beans from the Jelly Belly game, Bamboozled. Then wackiness ensues. Word of warning, this episode is EXPLICIT. It is not safe for kids and not safe for work. Consider yourselves warned.
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In this week's jam-packed episode of Pillow Talk, the boys talk about about Nick's car almost being stolen and work through a major caffeine-crash. Also, we finally have someone cast as Negan on The Walking Dead, Jeb Bush totally wants to go back in time to step up and kill Baby Hitler and we discuss Nick's brother's giant head. PLUS, we have a double-shock of songs in our musical intermission this week as we feature "Keys" by Thundergrater and "Ghost" from TREN!
In this episode, Bill is sick, but the show must go on! This week, the boys talk about Elf on a Shelf and Nick provides a (mostly true) update on the Halo video game series. Also, they discuss the premiere episode of the new Starz hit show, Ash v. the Evil Dead. Bill goes on a rant about a new Star Trek series coming to CBS Go, the boys talk about the new James Bond movie and feature a musical intermission of their theme song; Carey Says (Alright) by The Hard Lessons. To wrap up the show, Bill drops an internet fan theory about Darth Jar Jar and Nick tries to convince everyone to listen to the Limetown Podcast.
This week the boys talk about the inspiration behind their scary stories. Plus, they keep Halloween alive another week as they talk about ghosts and poopy diaper dreams.
In this week's episode, the boys talk about a recent Twitter "feud" between the director of Star Wars Episode 8 and the director of Warcraft. Then they turn their attention to a fantastic new fan theory about Batman v. Superman. Next, then they take aim at your kids favorite shows, and they talk about all of the ways that those shows bug them. If you're a fan of Caillou, Handy Manny, Daniel Tiger, Mr. Rogers, Phineas and Ferb, Bob the Builder or Curious George, you need to listen to their gripes!
In this week's show, the boys talk about their favorite Halloween shows and traditions but not before talking about the Chicago Cubs, Heywood Banks and the movie "Hocus Pocus". After they talk Halloween, Bill tells the story of the rock wall and feature a musical intermission of Starlin Castro's walk-up music.
In this week's show, Bill provides an update to Marvel's Phase 3 movie release schedule. Then Nick and Bill eat more food. This time, they quickly sample some Sweet Tart Ropes and Halloween Starburst. Then the boys finish up their 6 week long discussion of Fear the Walking Dead when they talk about the big season finale. Next, the guys have a quick discussion of Hotel Transylvania, Sam Smith's horrible new Bond song and Nick has the world's worst leg cramp. Seriously, the leg cramp is absolutely hilarious. Like, the funniest thing that's ever been on the podcast!
This week the boys talk about their top 5 scary movies ever and then discuss episode 5 of Fear the Walking Dead.
On this week's show, Nick and Bill eat more Skittles! We know that you couldn't possibly be more excited. This time, they try the new Skittles Desserts flavors. Also, the boys talk more about Nick's crippling fear of the Pirates of the Caribbean ride at Walt Disney World, Nick's Christmas wish for a Mike Holmes calendar and give a little more detail on where all of the great Mash-Up Monday songs come from. Plus, the boys give everyone an update on their scary story contest and discuss episode four of Fear the Walking Dead.
It's lucky episode number 13 and the boys are talking about conspiracy theories and man are there a bunch of them! This week Nick and Bill talk about conspiracy theories about your favorite TV shows, Harry Potter and the infamous Denver Airport. Plus, they talk about the Tunguska effect, crazy happenings aboard Navy ships and John Wilkes Booth.
But the fun doesn't end there, then the boys shift their chat towards episode 3 of Fear the Walking Dead; a show that has officially gotten under both Nick and Bill's skin.
Welcome to Episode 12, this week the boys talk news! They talk about the inevitable release of the new Game of Thrones book, "Winds of Winter", discuss the preview for Marvel's and Netflix's new show "Jessica Jones" and Thanos' Infinity Gauntlet. This week, we also touch on Star Wars Land at Disneyland and Walt Disney World, comic book movie quick hits, Ash v. the Evil Dead, Pokemon and Preacher; a new show coming to AMC. Finally, Nick and Bill come up with a Top 10 list of things that Canada is good for and also list off the things that they hate about Canada.
They also challenge each other to a contest to see who can write the best scary story.
In this week's show, Nick and Bill are attacked by something in the ceiling! They also discuss Nick's crippling fear of the ride, Pirates of the Caribbean. Then they talk about the new Star Wars toys released on #ForceFriday, Nerf guns and a scary fear camp in Michigan. Bill brings up the freaky "People Zoo Robot" from our Facebook page, breaks the bad news that the Gilmore Guys is already a thing and the boys recap episode two of "Fear the Walking Dead".
In this super-sized episode of Pillow Talk, we get Bill's thoughts on Harper Lee's new novel, "Go Set A Watchman." Also, the boys discuss the Super Hero Super Bracket, the movie "Project ALF", we have an installment of Nick's Conspiracy Corner and a discussion of the premiere episode of "Fear the Walking Dead." PLUS, it's our first ever musical intermission featuring the song "Civil War" by TREN.
Man, this episode is absolutely jam-packed!
In this episode, the boys talk (more) about the Fantastic Four movie completely bombing, the USA melee robot needing our help and the mysterious "Mars Lady". Bill doesn't think that even Bill Murray can save the new Ghostbusters reboot and Nick drops the bomb that they made a movie about ALF! Finally, the boys answer the age-old question, "Watcha reading?" and they introduce their new plan of themed days.
In this episode, Nick and Bill eat more food! This time they try an unholy mash-up of Wildberry and Tropical Skittles. They also try some craft root beer. Then the boys talk about the Mandela Effect and try to figure out how to spell Berenstein, or is it Berenstain? This conversation is sure to make your brain sore.
In this episode, Marce tells us about all of the things we got wrong in episodes 1-5. Seriously, who else would do this? Just us idiots at Pillow Talk.
In this episode Nick and Bill talk to "whistleblower" Candy about her uncle and proof of alien life. Also, they discuss NASA searching for life on other planets, the Great American Eclipse, the prospective Venus lander, astronauts having to go through customs and crackpot theories about aliens (not to be confused with our totally reliable source).
In this week's episode, Nick and Bill once again tackle the news! The guys discuss Conan O'Brien possibly stealing jokes off of Twitter, Channing Tatum leaving Gambit (didn't happen), the Infinity Stones from the Marvel Cinematic Universe and much, much more!
Nick and Bill make lists! This time, they talk about their favorite video games and somehow they both forget how great the game Fallout really is! They meant to include it...
In this episode Nick and Bill recap all of their favorite things from San Diego Comic Con. Not that they actually went, they're basically just giving you a recap of the coverage. It's actually a really good episode...
They talk about Deadpool, the new X-Men movie, Star Wars, Fear the Walking Dead and much, much more.
They also talk about a theory making its way around the internet about who the Joker really is in the new Batman v. Superman movie. AND, we have a spoiler warning sounder!
Nick and Bill try to eat food while being surrounded by bad weather. Plus we meet Zach! Then Nick and Bill sample the new Orchards Skittles.