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On Hyphen Nation, I combine all my loves into one. Sometimes, you’ll get an episode about why Barack Obama is a fan of the show. Sometimes, you’ll get an episode about Scrubs. Sometimes, you’ll get an episode about the greatest MCs of all-time. Welcome to Hyphen Nation. Support this podcast:
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In a shocking turn of events, in this episode of THE WORLD'S GREATEST PODCAST, Marcus and I discuss a Marvel Cinematic Universe film! Let's face it; we've been doing this a ton since Black Panther was released. HOWEVER, don't let that stop you from enjoying this episode of Web-Headed fire! We take on Spider-Man: Far From Home and while it doesn't top Into The Spider-Verse for either of us, we're both comfortable saying it landed in our MCU top 10s easily. I think this one will age like fine wine. OH! And we talked about Quentin Tarantino's latest film Once Upon A Time... In Hollywood! See! We can switch it up! This episode was brought to you by the Scrubs episodes "My Finale" and my discovery of the late Auntie Fee.--- Support this podcast:
In an unplanned happy accident, this is THE WORLD'S GREATEST PODCAST episode all about the TWENTY SECOND (I think I said 21st in the episode) entry into the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Avengers: Endgame. The happy accident part is the fact that it's now available digitally. Along with me for the ride is Episode #10, #11, and #48's Errick "Handsome Bane" Greenlee, Episode #70's Anthony "Triple S" Sellers, Episode #88's George "The Howitzer" Gerbo, and our moderator, Marcus "Showinmadlov" Robinson. We cover everything we can about Endgame but it's so massive, I can't help but feel we missed something. Regardless, welcome to the the biggest panel of guests in Hyphen Nation history. Shout out to Lam who was too sick to join us. We love you 3000!--- Support this podcast:
Dr. Kelso : You are going to shut your damn yapper and listen for a change, because I got you pegged, sweetheart. You want to take the easy way out with the surgery because you're scared. You're scared because if you try and fail, there's only you to blame. Well, Missy, let me break this down for you, Bobbo-style. Life is scary. Get used to it.J.D. : [Narration]  And then it seemed like Dr. Kelso wasn't only talking to her.Dr. Kelso : There are no magical fixes. It's all up to you. So get up off your keister, get out of here, and go start doin' the work.Nell Goldman : What if it's too hard?Dr. Christopher Turk : Yeah, what if it's too hard?Dr. Kelso : Turkleton, I have no idea why you're chiming in, but I'll say this to both of you. Nothing in this world that's worth having comes easy.--- Support this podcast:
It was June 23rd, 1989 when Tim Burton's Batman hit theaters in America, starring Jack Nicholson, Michael Keaton, and Kim Basinger. Almost 30 years later, myself and Marcus Robinson come together for the one hundred and third episode of THE WORLD'S GREATEST PODCAST to discuss Batman '89 and its legacy when it comes to those involved... and those that came after. Plenty of hijinks ensue of course as we blatantly steal apex mountain from the Rewatchables, which leads to a deep dive into the career of... Johnny Depp? Aside from that, flowers are given to all those involved in this master class of a superhero film and we even talk a little about its sequels, Joel Schumacher, and our favorite Batmobile!Pair this episode with Episode #68 for ultimate Batmania immersion. This episode was brought to you by sleep deprivation, This Magic Moment, and now Trainwreck, I guess. And Batman '89. Man I'm sleepy.--- Support this podcast:
I still haven't hit that Sunday release date since I vowed to go bi-weekly on #100 but nevermind all that! In the one hundred and second episode of THE WORLD'S GREATEST PODCAST, I'm live from the road again! During my trek back to Morgantown from the Pittsburgh airport, I go over how my Father's Day was and then get to a topic I've been dying to unleash: the rise and plateauing of the career of one Taylor Alison Swift. Oh yeah, I see you ALISON. After that, I relay how I was mistaken for Method Man and possibly retell the story of my phone interview with Meth. And then I talk a real quick minute about Robert Pattinson as Batman. This episode was brought to you Ashley O and "On A Roll".--- Support this podcast:
Special guest appearance by Johnny Harmonic!Oh boy. So it all started with a tweet from EG mentioning that he was a fan of J. Cole's Born Sinner album. As a fellow fan of Born Sinner, I reached out to him to do the pod about... Born Sinner. Now, we do talk about Born Sinner; pretty in depth actually. But what this episode of THE WORLD'S GREATEST PODCAST holds is a whole lot of music talk. We talk about whether Take Care or Nothing Was The Same is better, do a comprehensive look at Jermaine's entire career, and even talk about Degrassi: The Next Generation and Drake's "I'm Upset" music video.Johnny Harmonic enters and tells a horrible story about me littering and then drops some knowledge why he's never been able to look at Cole the same way after "Firing Squad". It's a point of view that both EG and I didn't think of but we try to work our way through it after. This episode was brought to you by The Big Short and The Devil Wears Prada.--- Support this podcast:
I don't know if this episode is supposed to come out. I started it two weeks ago, planned on finishing that same weekend but then had to make a surprise trip home. Finished principle recording late last week and then I ended up helping shoot a video with the fam and then I putted around on Sunday. Completed editing on Monday morning and planned on posting last night... and I fell asleep during Game 5 only to wake up to see the Warriors had pulled it out. Uploaded the audio this morning before I left the house... and the internet has been spotty at best all day at work.With all that said, welcome to Hyphen Nation Episode ONE HUNDRED! I made a bunch of categories and picked my favorites out of a bunch of things I care about. Then I shared my hopes and dreams because Marcus asked me to... and I may or may not have been talking trash. Then everything wraps up nicely with an extremely personal segment that I did not expect I'd have the opportunity to do. Happy 100 Hyphen Nation. Thank you to everyone who's taken the time to listen. Here's to 100 more... sooner than this 100 took.--- Support this podcast:
Episode 99. It only took me 3 years but the next episode of THE WORLD'S GREATEST PODCAST is Episode #100, the CENTENNIAL HYPHEN NATION AWARDS. Man, I hope this isn't trash. In this episode however, I beat the Ayesha Curry topic dead, reconsider the hall of fame career of Shaquille O'Neal, and then examine the life and death of a coworker. This episode is brought to you by Henny on Snapchat.--- Support this podcast:
So before I could release this episode, the Warriors swept the Blazers. Spoilers. In the ninety eighth edition of THE WORLD'S GREATEST PODCAST, The Questions format returns! Thanks to my faithful group chat, I was able to compile a big ol' list of questions to answer and I left no stone unturned... except for the questions about advice. Those were tough. We might get to Episode #100 someday. It'll help when I finish watching Days Gone though. This episode is brought to you by The Intern - and no, Jules should not have stayed with her husband and Renee Russo can call me anytime.--- Support this podcast:
THREE EPISODES AWAY FROM EPISODE #100! Anyway, I congratulate Angel on her kids winning the WV History Bowl, mourn the loss of another mother, try to explain what DC did to Wally West in what may be the worst segment in Hyphen Nation history, scold jerks for spoiling Avengers: Endgame, and then spend some time talking about John Singleton and black excellence. This episode is brought to you by Dom 2K and RedHeadRedemption.--- Support this podcast:
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