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Ep. 7: Kylo Ren’s Moto Tat

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We’re back! Happy New Year, everybody.

In the first episode of season 2 (are we doing seasons now?), Max and Paul catch up on what they did over the holidays. For Max, that meant a trip to London to hang out with his wife’s in-laws, and for Paul, that meant meeting his girlfriend’s parents for the first time on Christmas Eve.

Fortunately, he made a great first impression by dropping roasted potatoes all over her mother’s floor.

The big topic of this show taking the majority of our time is the new Star Wars film, “The Last Jedi.” If you haven’t seen it yet, it’s probably safe to say you’re a terrible Star Wars fan, but just so you know, obviously we talk spoilers.

The last thing we hit on is the Marine Corps officially getting rid of the 0351 Assault Marine military occupational specialty — Max’s MOS — and some talk of the commander-in-chief and him being a “stable genius.”

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1 Comment

  1. Raven Nub

    January 13, 2018 at 3:21 am

    I could probably write a thesis about my misgivings about TLJ, but here’s just one problem I had. I understand that these movies are about passing on the torch to a new generation of heroes; I went into The Force Awakens ready for that to happen. However, TLJs execution is terrible. If you truly wanted to separate this film from the originals, why not set it many, many years (a century or so?) from the events of Return of the Jedi? There would be plenty of room to do whatever a director wanted to with a story without crapping on the originals; plenty of room for new heroes with new issues to tackle. A story about preserving a Republic, something that has been a problem throughout history, with a New Jedi Order would be far more interesting than, what is essentially, a remake/deconstruction of the original trilogy.