This week on the show, we briefly explore what would have happened to “Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade” if Mutt would have been around – yep, we go deep on this show.
We update what is going on with Indiana Jones 5 and what could be the MacGuffin.
We go deep with speculation on what happens in Blade Runner 2049, using information given from Harrsion, Pretty Boy and an Entertainment Weekly article.
Also, have you ever seen the Raiders Of The Lost Ark in black & white, thing by Steven Soderbergh? You totally should. Like right now. Forget this episode and go watch it. But after that, listen to this.
Sitting on the edge of Harrison Ford’s Wyoming ranch, stalking waiting for our boy, Harrison Ford to do something..
Harrison did do something. But it was many years ago. Carrie Fisher fills us in on what happened between her and Harrison on the set of “A New Hope” – btw, we knew what happened, Carrie. But it is interesting to hear what happened.
The real question is: Does this old affair with Carrie tarnish Harrison’s image or make him more of a badass?
We move on from that and give updates on all the Harrison Ford Universe (the HFU) projects in the works. Including Indiana Jones 5, The Force Awakens, Blade Runner 2049, Official Secrets, Han Solo film and Rogue One.
In fact, we go deep into Rogue One and try to figure out what Star Wars characters we want to see and give a tailgating perspective on the movie.
All that and more if you just click and listen to the show!
Is it just two genious entertainers or two weird dudes talking? That’s what it was always like when our boy Harrison Ford went on David Letterman. Now that Dave is sadly (yeah I cried on the last show) gone, it’s time to look back at some appearances Harrison made.
Letterman talks about Harrison’s early days as a contract actor (something we covered on episode 1 of GOMP) and learns Harrison doesn’t like talking about money. Really this should be titled, When Two Awkward Smart Dudes Talk:
After Harrison told a joke on Letterman, it became a running gag. When Harrison would go a Letterman, he would do a joke.