On a Joiless fifth installment of And Another Thing, the fellas actually cover a few topics for a change. This week, hear them discuss the new trailer for “The Wolverine.” Does it get you psyched for Hugh Jackman’s return to the role? Also, just how many Iron Man suits does Iron Man 3 really need?!? Has the Walking Dead delivered this season or has it made you hate the characters you once cared about? And, the third installment of Army of Two hit the shelves this week. How does it stack up against it’s predecessors? And, finally, the New Orleans Saints signed Victor Butler. What does the signing mean for their defense, and is there still a chance the Black and Gold land Nnamdi Asomugha? All this and drinks, on a stag edition of And Another Thing!!!
Our drunken heroes return to debate the news that Vince McMahon offered to fight Dana White at Wrestlemania or in the Octogon! Danny and Eli have to force themselves to stay awake during the Georges St. Pierre/Nick Diaz fight and both offer ways for UFC to improve the quality of it’s fights! Joi attempts to avoid getting fired again by throwing Mike under the bus! And, finally, Eli has a run in with a dissatisfied panhandler! All this and motorboating on And Another Thing….
Join us on another alcohol-fueled episode of And Another Thing, Eli, Danny, and Mike are joined by special guest, Joi. What did our hosts think of Morgan’s return to the Walking Dead, and does Joi even know who he is?. Has Nolan’s Batman universe ruined Christian Bale’s potential return as Batman in the new Justice League movie? Does the new Iron Man trailer have you stoked about seeing a third Iron Man movie? Has tipping just gotten god-damned ridiculous? And, finally, is it time for the ladies to give the vajayjay a break?
On the second episode of In Another Thing, Danny gives UFC yet another shot. What did our hosts think of the fight and do they like women fighters in the UFC. Also, another Boy Wonder bites the dust. Robin dies in the latest issue of Batman, Inc. and our hosts wonder why anyone should care when they know the chareacter will be replaced/reborn in a matter of months, And, lastly, is Robert Downey, Jr. really thinking of hanging up the suit and letting a new actor take over the role of Iron Man…or is he trying to make Disney dig a little deeper into its wallet?