The Best Debate In The Universe - Episode #43
March 27th, 2017
Should movies be rebooted? Specifically, The Matrix? We're joined by the lovely and talented Senior Editor from CNET, Ashley Esqueda to debate, as I learn during this episode that the Wachowski brothers are now sisters! Talk about a reboot. Were the Matrix movies overrated? Rucka seems to think so. I'm biased because I saw the original about 6 times in theaters. Maybe more. It was the 90s and people didn't have anything to do without the Internet. Here's Ashley on Twitter:
We also received some kickass fan art from Zac J Hemingway. Zac wins bonus episode Madbux for this awesome piece. Just send us your Madcast Unique ID at the bottom of the account page and we'll take care of the rest:
Here's Rucka's amazing new song & video by the amazing animator and artist, Olo:
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Here's the bonus episode for those who still haven't checked it out, bonus episode #2 is coming soon, check it out:
We put it to vote, and we had an exciting conclusion to the question from last week: is Mikey Bolts a fucboi? The audience chose democratically between 'yes' and 'definitely.' Will he remain one though, or will Rucka step up to the plate and become a boi who fucs? Only time will tell.
Here's the video Ashley covered of our friend Mischa flying a jet pack:
Finally we round out the episode with a "gay moment" or two, plus we learn that chicks want to bone guys who are altruistic. The fastest path to a woman's heart is through a sandwich given to a homeless man. Rucka thinks it's not a good study unless you give homeless people houses. What do you think? Weigh in below!
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