Hosts: TJ Bozarth, Davey Peppers and Leslie McReynolds
Get ready to wear out your couch cushions! Each week on the Intern DOT Cast show we tell you what you should and shouldn’t be bingeing on your favorite streaming services. We review new and old features so that you know exactly if it is worth adding to your queue! As listeners turned interns Davey, TJ, and Leslie invite a rotating panel of guests to look at the current world of cinema through the underling perspective. Listen now and join the reckoning of the INTERN!
The interns once again go swimming through the sewers of Netflix and come out forever changed when they tackle the end of the world in How it Ends, and the end of the world in Happy Madison getting to put out movies like Father of the Year. Enjoy our misery.
This week the interns have the sudden “impulse” to get into a long overdue argument. We also “jump” into talking about Glow S2, Set It Up, and The Legacy of White Tail Deer Hunter. All this before we finally get around to discussing something off Youtube Premium when we review Impulse.
This week the interns tell you all about Gilmore Girls Bar trivia, The Netflix original The Kissing Booth, and most importantly, talk to your parents when you are depressed. Don’t be like the moronic teens in this fantasy show we review known as 13 Reasons Why Season 2.
This week the lawsuit of Sandler vs. Interns comes full circle. We talk John Mulaney’s Netflix Special, Kid Gorgeous, the Selena Gomez documentary, and Arrested Development: Fateful Consequences. Then we get into the battle of the week as we review Adam Sandler’s fourth Netflix Original, The Week Of.
This week the interns try to control one of their own who has turned to the drink. We talk a little about the Lost In Space reboot. We also have another round of “Pitch This!” And the gloves come off as we finally tell Netflix to “try harder” when we review The Titan and Happy Anniversary.
This week the interns discuss Roseanne, Santa Clarita Diet, and The Dictionary of Witchcraft. We also introduce a new segment to the show we are calling “Pitch This!”. Finally, we review the Netflix original Game Over Man!
In this jam packed episode the interns return for a new season of streaming reviews. We chat about all we missed during the break including The End of the F***king World, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Love Season 3, and Mute. We also have our first disagreement of the year when we review the Netflix original When We First Met.
The intern’s holiday wishes this year are for cocaine to fall from the heavens this year instead of snow. Simply because it would be the only way to enjoy the two Netflix Original’s A Christmas Prince and El Camino Christmas. Listen to this week’s reviews and let us know if you like this new wave of “a copy of a copy” of Christmas films!
Trace co-hosts with us again this week as we discuss Animal Crossing, The Dressmaker, and Watership Down. Next we time jump into the past to a time when toilet humor ruled the world and was the key to saving the human race! At least that’s what the creators of this week’s review, Hulu’s Future Man, tell us.
This week we are convinced Netflix is just a code word for the secret government time machine experiment. We go back to the not at all depressing 1920’s to review the adaptation of Stephen King’s 1922. Next we time jump into the 1980’s and review Season 2 of Stranger Things!
This week we discuss The Meyerowitz Stories and Black Mirror. Then the adults have a date night and leave Davey the Baby at home with the sitter. He claims the babysitter is awful and hurt him physically. We don’t believe him. Stupid kids. Let’s watch the nanny cam and find out if the Netflix original The Babysitter is as bad as he says.
This week on the show we are Joined by Justin Zarian and he and Davey handcuff TJ and Leslie to the couch and torture them with their unending defense of the Netflix original Gerald’s Game. Agree or disagree, this argument finally brought the spice back in our relationship.
This week the tri-terns are reunited and they discuss unnecessary remakes, The Book of Henry, and a short review of the documentary Gaga: Five Foot Two. Finally we put our heads together to ask the real questions… How many spray painted penises are too much for Davey to handle? Listen to our review of the Netflix original American Vandal season one to find out. Spoiler alert: Davey will never be tired of penises of any kind or format.
This week Davey and TJ are back at it again. Davey tells us about his trip to the Toronto International Film Festival. TJ talks about the dangerous and sometimes horrifying life as an Intern on this very site. And finally, the boys bring on all the laughs as we reminisce of the hilarious adventure of the Netflix original First They Killed My Father!
This week we go full on teen spirt. Guest-ern London joins us as we take a ride down memory lane back to high school. Back to the days when you would get stripped naked and splashed with ice cold water all before being shoved into the girl’s locker room with all your shriveled glory! At least I assume that happened to everyone else. Alas, join us as we review the Netflix original #Reality High!
This week we go in depth of what it is like to be the Step-Father to the son of Satan. No we aren’t talking about Davey and TJ’s relationship. We are talking about Little Evil on Netflix. Also, Hell freezes over when we review Rememory streaming for a limited time on Google Play. !SEVIL YOREER
This week we enjoy the calm eye of the storm as we almost forget that we even saw the Amazon Original The Tick but then the hurricane finally rages as we discuss the Netflix original Death Note. TJ may let Davey off easy but alas Leslie opens her own Death Note and scribbles, “David Peppers will get a toothbrush rammed up his nose and die painfully while apologizing to Leslie for liking Netflix’s Death Note.”
Step into the time loop as we ask ourselves over and over again, “Why do we torture ourselves like this?” On this week’s episode, guest-ern Aidan Harr joins us as we talk The Defenders, Love Sick, Elfen Lied, and the popular podcast S-Town. Finally we descend into madness as we review the Netflix original Naked and the Amazon original The Last Tycoon.
Grab a hold as we use our ministry stolen time turner and journey into the past. We review the Unofficial Very Potter Musicals that went viral on Youtube a few years back. Whether you are a Potter fan or just very very very wrong this episode is sure to make you sing along.
In this episode, TJ and Davey debate the Saw or Final Destination franchises. We talk Annie(2014) and Friend Request. Finally, we review the Netflix original The Incredible Jessica Jones. How well written can a movie about a writer be? Join us and find out!
This week is brought to you by calorie counting vampires. Join us for a double feature as we are joined by the man, myth, and legend guest-ern Justin Zarian. We discuss whether a revenge seeking Dracula is a fair guy in Netflix’s Castlevania season 1. Finally, we purge ourselves of any need to watch the Lifetime channel again as we get to the skinny of Netflix’s To the Bone.
This week tastes so good as we talk The House, You Get Me, and pyramid schemes. We debate what makes an adventure movie. Then we sizzle up and critique some Grade USDA Netflix select Okja meat. Never before have we disagreed to this extent.
In this corner weighing in on Shimmer Lake we have Davey “The Baby” Peppers. In this corner weighing in on Nobody Speak: The Trials of the Free Press we have the defending champion TJ “Bring on the Storm” Bozarth. Referee Leslie is here tonight tonight to keep the boys arguing on topic with G.L.O.W. Let’s get ready to Netflix rumble!
We are joined for the first time by guest-ern Eliot to discuss Crashing and Four in the Morning. Eliot and Davey fight about Bryan Fuller and American Gods. Finally we start the revolution and review the Hulu original The Handmaid’s Tale. Blessed day!
Guestern London joins us today to discuss Class of 1999, Brendan Fraser movies, Tom Hank’s peeing habits, and Raw. We briefly talk F is for Family Season 2 before we snuggle up and review the Netflix Original Lucid Dream. Needless to say, this isn’t what we would envision an Inception-inspired Korean film to be.
This week we are joined by intern Justin Zarian. We talk about Twin Peaks, Prison Break Season 5, Untold Stories of the ER, and Leslie and Justin share their stories of being on set at Breaking Bad and Zoey 101. All of this before we get into the most expensive Netflix Original to date: War Machine. Pro-War or Pro-Peace; all walks of life won’t be able to resist doing a Brad Pitt impression after this flick.
An anime fan, an anime casual reader, and an anime amateur walk into a bar. They discuss the Netflix original BLAME! Pause for laughter. Leslie, TJ, and Davey are all back today to review the first anime on this show. Is it anything like you have seen before? Yes. But its not for lack of trying! We also get a special call in review of Master of None Season 2 by intern Trace Sauveur. We discuss the beautiful ladies Jennifer Connelly and Zoe Saldana, Guardians of the Galaxy, The Lego Batman Movie, Alien: Covenant, and Snatched!
There’s no way to talk about this show like adults, is there? On today’s Intern.Cast, Davey and guest London tackle Amazon Prime’s newest show…I Love Dick. What a ridiculous title. As the two dive into Jill Soloway’s experimental program, we discuss feminism, art, and the joy that is Kevin Bacon, as well as brief discussions about Their Finest, Catfight, and more on today’s Intern.Cast! (Sorry for the technical glitch half-way through, that is all Davey’s fault).
As we look at some of the great neo-noir films of recent memory, we also found a movie trying its hardest to be included: Small Crimes, the newest film by E.L. Katz (Cheap Thrills). Davey, TJ, and Leslie are joined by Aidan to review the film and they have to ask: is it another modern classic, or just a throwaway 90 minutes? All that and more on the Intern.Cast where we also cover Ghost in the Shell, movie theater etiquette, the dangers of Corgis, Colossal, and Guardians of the Galaxy Vol. 2!
It’s been a few weeks since we talked about something important on the Intern.Cast, so OneOfUs.net interns Davey and TJ are joined by special guest Bill for a review of Netflix’s Dear White People season one! Is it worth all the controversy and debate, or is it just another poor film-to-tv adaptation? Find out on today’s Intern.Cast, where we also cover Personal Shopper and The Circle, before diving into all things systematic racism! (Please don’t send us hate mail)
In dire need for some decent comedy, OneOfUs.net interns TJ and Davey once again team up with guest host London for an in-depth review of Crackle’s SuperMansion season two, where we take more time discussing the show than the show’s writers seemed to do coming up with the plot! We also discuss the dangers of watching on Crackle, the under-seen indie The Ticket, the absolutely reprehensible Unforgettable, the new streaming movie Slam, and London brings some class to the show by talking about the most recent story in The New Yorker. Experience all this and more on the newest episode of the Intern.Cast!
This week’s review took a toll on the OneOfUs.Net interns TJ, Leslie, Davey, and guest host London. SPOILER ALERT: TJ goes on a lengthy rant about nerd icon Felicia Day. We revel in the insanity of the slosh broadway show Shit Faced Shakespeare and the newly released Fate of the Furious. We also discuss the return of Mystery Science Theater 3000 and Love Season 2. School is in session on this episode of the Intern DOT Cast show as fellow staff writer London joins us to talk about The Patrick Melrose novels by Edward St. Aubyn. Apologies in advance for our seething hatred as we review the third Adam Sandler Netflix Original, Sandy Wexler!
On today’s episode of the Intern.cast, TJ, Davey, and Leslie discuss the first season of Netflix’s newest drama, 13 Reasons Why and try to find if there are 13 reasons why anybody should ever be watching this show. All this and more on today’s Intern.cast, OneOfUs.net’s podcast devoted to all things streaming, as told by the overly excited underlings at OneOfUs.net!