This week your Heroes learn that Buddy is the favorite host?!?! Sound rigged. Cheese gets angry, Buddy inflates his own ego, and Dilly hangs in his corner. And a mystery sidekick mail intrigues the hosts.
This week your heroes welcome friend of the show Curtis Corona (look him up on IMDB) into the studio. They look back on 2019 and reflect on a year well done. They get down on some Top 5's, cover some news, and hear from the Norwegians.
This week your heroes have a power outage in the middle of the show. They try and get it back on track but Buddy looses his steam. They continue their look-back of the Star Wars saga, get some sad news about Chuck E. Cheese, and read some long a*$ emails.
We talk about Mad Max from three very different viewpoints getting pumped up for our panel interview with Vernon Wells next Saturday, followed by news including Venom, Spawn, Prime Day Crashing Amazon. Also, keep the mail coming Side-Kicks!
This week your heroes are up to their usual antics. Buddy and Shmee argue (what else is new), Phil brings the news, and Dilly does a great job reading things. You'll learn if Buddy liked IT, you'll hope Dilly runs the 5K, you'll ask why does Shmee hate sparkly vampires, and you'll be left wondering DID IT HIT?
This week your heroes welcome back the one, the only ParmAlarm James Navarro. They give you an inside look at their experience at Silicon Valley Comic Con and the amazing organization Project Wish Upon A Star. Buddy and Shmee get heated about the Disney/Sony Spider-man news, and they also sing way too much for anybody's comfort.
This week the Heroes invite an old friend back into the studio, Mr. Manny Blanny himself. He talks about the show he left the Hardly Heroes for, his new podcast InPodticular. They cover what's new in the nerd world, Phil Burgundy reads the news, Buddy and Manny fight, and then they have a very heated Top 5 about their favorite cereals.
This week your Heroes welcome back The King, the 1st mic, the the self proclaimed best host of all time, Buddy. We hear about his trip, and his so called "grips" about the Buddy-Free shows. They talk about Amazon's new show The Boys (spoils free), hear from Correspondent Phil, and they read an unnecessarily long email from The Sidekick With No Nickname. Shout-Out to long shows and don't forget about the bloopers.