This time the boys have got the cameras working so they can actually see each other during recording; Rob poses a question from his Dodsworth family quiz and has also been having Milk dreams whilst Tim’s partner Abbie has been having altogether scarier dreams which include Eastenders characters.
Scream 5 is in the news recently and are they bringing Stu from the original back to Woodboro? We talk about this possibility and why they didn’t do this story in Scream 3 as planned. Tim has watched Videodrome from 1983 and Rob introduces his daughter to The Blair Witch Project and what are the best opening sequences to a horror movie ever.
Rob has started watching The Office U.S and Future Man which are both on Amazon Prime here in the UK, Tim starts watching Chuck and we talk about the Netflix edition of Back To The Future II (which should be now back to normal).
In the news Rob has details of a dating site that Marco might be interested in for the smaller gentleman and a man in China has lost a chop stick inside himself.
Also Defending Jacob on Apple TV, Sly Stallone in soft core porn, Dance Magic by David Bowie, Trainspotting, Justice League Snyder Cut, My Spy on Amazon Prime and much more.
During lockdown the guys are using the internet to record and have a catch up with how things are going.
Rob has an unfortunate incident that would rock any couch potatoes world, we remember the old portable handheld televisions, Rob is missing Marco and Tim is trying to keep his son entertained and the Couch to 5k app.
We discuss clapping for the NHS and the other ways to show our appreciation, people who sing in the street for our pleasure, Schwarzenegger in quarantine is Twitter gold, Rob’s worried that he’s going to get hit by golf balls during lockdown.
Tim has watches Tales From The Loop, Jojo Rabbit and Signs; Rob watches I Am Not Okay With This and Raising Dion which are both on Netflix and also watched The Crow with Brandon Lee for the first time.
All of this and so much more but unfortunately we were unable to do our beat the intro quiz as usual, as soon as things are back to normal we’ll be able to play again.
This week Tim and Rob decide they need to do a warm up quiz so we play the A-Z game with 60 seconds on the clock, Tim gets Movie Titles and Rob gets Band Names, you can join in at home and tell us how well you did.
Both guys have had a kids birthday to endure whilst Rob has to start his diet again plus his graphics card died and went through the trauma of fixing that whilst scrolling through the forums.
Tim has nearly finished his X-Files binge, Rob watches October Faction on Netflix and has issues with the ages of the cast, we recommend The Morning Show starring Jennifer Anniston and discuss how difficult it must be for the cast of Friends to shake off those characters as well as the reunion rumours.
Our movie chat this week is all about Bird On A Wire starring Mel and Goldie then we discuss Robocop 2, does it get treated fairly in reviews?
In the news we hear how you can have a burial for your pre-loved sex doll in Japan and even come away with a keep sake and Rob rages when he finds out that Battersea Dogs and Cats home is having birthday parties for cats!
As always we finish with our Beat The Intro quiz which Rob has brought for you all to play but is it too easy this week? Show us your answers @underthumbpod on Twitter or it doesn’t count!
This week we talk about Bille Eilish’s Bond theme ‘No Time to Die’, Tim has been back to the dentist to have his tooth pulled but we think it’s a common misconception that all British teeth are knackered. Rob has to take part in a national survey so has a strange man turn up at his house and Tim gets a knock on his door after 8:30pm too (so late), Rob gets offended by Facebook, we come up with the chewable tea bag idea, Roger Federer is a bit camp and the Stranger Things 4 teaser trailer.
Both guys finish watching The Stranger on Netflix then go and watch Fleabag on BBC iPlayer (is there something subliminal going on?) which has the C word in the first episode and has that word lost it’s edge a little?
Rob watches Knives Out starring Jamie Lee Curtis, Daniel Craig and the long lost Don Johnson, he also watched 21 Bridges starring Chadwick Boseman and Sienna Miller.
In the news two guys have a black substance leaking from upstairs, but what could it be? We also hear how a woman in Kazakhstan got into some difficulty when she took a shortcut home from the shops.
We finish, as always, with our Beat The Intro quiz which Rob has brought to the table, let us know how you did on twitter @underthumbpod or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
This week we talk about death hoaxes as someone reported that popular UK childrens TV star Mr Tumble has died when he’s very much alive, who else has been falsely reported dead and why do they do this? We talk about CBeebies (BBC) bedtime routine for kids, Australian kids band ‘The Wiggles’ nearly lose a member, we talk about how hardcore Ross Kemp is and how could you finish a long running TV soap?
Rob asks Tim to check if he’s going bald as people have been passing comment and Tim watches The Stranger on Netflix and we imagine a sequel to Flight of the Navigator.
Rob talks about Doctor Sleep starring Ewan McGregor which is another Stephen King adaptation and then watches Countdown, a horror about an app that tells you when you’re going to die, but are they any good?
In the news a man gives his daughter a teething toy then realises it looks like something else and there is a punch-up at a carvery gravy station in Wales.
As always, we end the show with our beat the intro quiz which Rob has produced but this week all the artists have a link! If you can figure out what links them you can have an extra 10 points.
This week Tim has been to the dentist in some kind of role reversal with Rob and Tim tells us of a time he had laughing gas in the 80’s, Rob has been struggling with his wheelie bins and Tim has dealings with the local Rag ‘n’ Bone man; we also talk about the Louise vs Peppa Pig court case and the similarities involving her song ‘Naked’ and Peppa Pigs Party, do they sound the same?
Hear the news that Lethal Weapon 5 is definitely on the make with the duo on board for another outing, Tim watched Zombieland 2: Double Tap, Rob discovers 8-Bit Def Leppard songs on streaming services and a lullaby version of Pour Some Sugar On Me.
Movies we speak about this week are The Lighthouse by Robert Eggers and the 80’s movie The Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai Across The 8th Dimension whilst Tim has watched the first episode of Picard.
In the news we have a warning to men about using banana skins for alone sexy time, a man sees a Cheetah in the road in West Yorkshire (our neck of the woods) and the worlds worst cat in North Dakota.
We finish proceedings as we always do and that’s with our beat the intro quiz, provided this week by Tim’s own hand. You can always contact us @underthumbpod on Twitter, email@example.com or find us Facebook or Instagram.
This week we hear how Rob has broken his toe, Tim’s missus is probably having an affair and Marco has to pick up 10000 little rocks during the show due to a little accident just before hitting the record button. We discuss Hank Azaria who has decided to step down as the voice of Apu in The Simpsons and who could take over, we find out that just a fart machine can lighten up the Snooker finals but we miss the days of streakers at sports events and Tom Jones has knickers thrown at him on stage.
Rob has watched the new Netflix documentary ‘Don’t F**k With Cats’, we watch ‘Sex Education’ also on Netflix and Rob has got round to watching John Wick Chapter 3, will there be another Matrix movie and the problem with the first season of ‘24’ (no spoilers).
In the news we learn that a man can legally challenge his wife to a sword duel during a divorce, a man wakes up to an intruder sucking his toes and a woman gets arrested with drugs in her hair.
To end the podcast Rob has brought another Beat The Intro quiz for a maximum of 20 points.
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This week we find out that Marco hasn’t opened his Christmas present yet and he’s been spending Tim’s money on Goop’s brand new vagina scented candles, Tim tells us he’s got a “family car” for more room in the back seat and he’s been to see the dentist again. Rob went to the local Pantomime with the family and ends up participating more than he wanted to and he’s been using the Letterboxd app for a whole year and they’ve sent him some stats.
Tim has seen Star Wars: Rise of Skywalker and gives us his views without spoilers (because Rob hasn’t seen it yet)
and Rob has been watching the UK version of The Masked Singer on ITV.
In the news a man has to have something removed from his backside in China, we bring details of the latest craze of Perineum sunning and a man dresses up as his mother in Brazil.
As usual we have a quiz to end the show, this week it’s Tim who has put together a TV Themes quiz so 1 to 10 on your answer sheets please.
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This week Rob is sick of his son coming into his bed during the night so decides to set up a camera in his room to see if anything is waking him up in the night, Tim has watched all the Nightmare on Elm Street films over Halloween and wants to start on Friday the 13th franchise too then tells us about his new research project.
Rob tells us how he managed to lose his dog in the park and has Marco got himself a dog? Rob also wants to show Tim his new Batman socks and thinks someone may have made a huge error during the design (check our Instagram and Twitter accounts to see the pics).
Our film chat this week is all about Terminator Dark Fate (no spoilers so you’re safe if you haven’t seen it yet), T3, Salvation and a little Genisys thrown in for good measure.
The news includes a boy who does things with magnetic balls, a man who had a good time with some tweezers and Apple have turned a Russian man gay and he isn’t having any of it.
Unfortunately Tim couldn't join us for the quiz this week so Rob's sister Linda happily steps in, 1 to 10 on your answer sheets please and tweet us the results @underthumbpod or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
This week Rob has been for an audition for the actual BBC, but has he had any success? We talk about a story that we may be getting from a listener about starring in a porn movie and Tim talks about his wife’s new, very expensive perfume and he’s not impressed.
We discuss the news that Snickers have gone back to using the name Marathon for a limited time only, Rob discovers that Tim may have been part of some strange “Friend Transfer” when he was just a kid and our good podcasting friend Toffa of The Master Debaters podcast has provided us with an anecdote/listener story that should make us laugh!
Tim has finally got around to watching Upgrade, re-watches The Hunt For Red October which we think was the first outing for Jack Ryan; Rob watches Creepshow on Shudder, American Horror Story 1984 and is struggling to get through season 4 of Preacher and blitz’s 13 Reasons Why season 3.
In the news this week we tell you of an Uber Eats driver that makes an unscheduled delivery of his own and the Holey Poke game goes on sale in PoundLand for that extra special Christmas Gift.
To finish this episode we bring our Beat The Intro quiz as usual BUT.. this week we have TV themes instead!