In which The Dimwitted Duo once again give into their deepest Dark Knight related desires and mull over the prospect of the most unholy abomination imaginable - a Batman movie helmed by The Dork Knights themselves! From their discovery of being eachother's alternate personality to an unorthodox pitch involving sex, cameras, and shame, listen to the tale of a troubled production from it's beginning to it's end, featuring sassy black sidekicks, catering to the mentally challenged, a movie within a movie within a coke-fueled dream, out-Schumachering Schumacher, the curse of Were-Brando, and perhaps the most amazing debut of all: Jetpack Vigoda. It's called Dork Knights for a reason!
THE DORK KNIGHT... LOSING HIS HEAD? THE BYRD WONDER... FILLED WITH DREAD? IS THERE ANYTHING MORE THAT NEEDS TO BE SAID?! Tune in to find out!
In which The Dimwitted Duo force feed themselves a fistful of snow and jump out of a plane with shrapnel in their lungs, as they embark on yet another harrowing round of everyone's favorite fictional fistfight... Historical Fight Club!
Who Will Win? Who Will Lose? Who Will Get An Exploding Bullet To The Face?!
In which The Dimwitted Duo jump across the multiverse and take a look into alternate realities, where they consider everything from Batman as a sobbing idiot to Superman as an Amish pastor, the stretching of underused loins, the secret horrible purpose of the podcast, the terror of holiness, and the full circle of President Captain America. Iron Man has what kind of disorder?!
In which The Dimwitted Duo return from a self-imposed exile of eight years to deliver something that wasn't worth the wait - a discussion of movie remakes! From the unlikeliest front door greeting one could imagine, to Teddy Roosevelt in a bear suit and the Presidential 80's cop movie, all the way down to rantings over the most infamous set of prequels in cinematic history, The Dork Knights ask themselves the all-important question: Why the hell aren't they in Hollywood?
In which The Dimwitted Duo is back to buisness as usual. Except that it isn't, as the duo briefly becomes a trio! Bringing along a special guest, MB and Byrd are treated to something no one would have expected as they sit through a detailed review of a movie so shocking, and so vile, that it may or may not feature C-list comic book characters. From the most legitimately disturbing scene you'll ever hear described from a porno, and the creation of the bizarre continuity, to offense being taken at a cure for all known diseases, Below The Bible Belt's James Lewis - a.k.a Hero, joins The Dork Knights for a special episode that requires the combined effort of three to properly pull off. It starts with a flashback of what?!
In which The Dimwitted Duo return! After taking a sabbatical following their harrowing month-long chat about all things Batman, The Dork Knights are back in action and just as moronic as ever. To celebrate the occasion, it's that time once again... for Historical Fight Club!
Who Will Win? Who Will Lose? Whose Horse Will Get The Upper Hand?!
WARNING: Major Spoilers For The Dark Knight Rises Are Discussed At Length
The Legend Ends. The legend of Batmonth, at least, because The Dork Knights are ready to say goodbye with the seventh and final chapter of the series' installments detailing their own personal history with The Batman! And how do they decide to top off their chronicling of a history spanning over seventy years? With a review of The Dark Knight's latest theatrical outing, and the long-awaited end of Christopher Nolan's trilogy, The Dark Knight Rises. Starring Christian Bale, Anne Hathaway, and Tom Hardy, Rises sets to close out the story started by Begins and Knight. Does Nolan's Batman go out with a bang, or must it's punishment be more severe? The Dork Knights take it upon themselves to decide, because they haven't given their hero enough. Not everything. Not yet.
Finally, we would like to personally extend our deepest condolences to the victims of the Colorado shooting on Friday. We weren't sure of how to properly address it at the time of recording, or if it were even respectful to address it at all, so we hope that at least acknowledging it here is enough. Our thoughts and prayers go out to those affected.