62- Cinematic Universes Full of Video Games and Twenty Questions!

Mike Moran guest stars on this episode! Listen as the boys talk about Movie Universes, Video Game Adaptations, and Play a Game (or two) of Twenty Questions!

Jamie– Movie Universes (Starts at 00:00)

Mike– Video Game to Film Adaptations (20:50)

Twenty Questions! [Video Game] (48:47)

Twenty Questions! [Film] (53:17)

#52PickUp– Harry and the Hendersons (57:12)

Tim’s Communal Movie (1:03:49)

Plugs and Close (1:04:12)

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-Jamie (@GuyOnAWire)

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First off, yeah, dirty title. But go on Youtube and search for that (somehow on the second page of results). It’s been a secret keyword for all of The Guttersnipes videos ever since I’d posted the very first one. It’s also my first mention on the podcast Game Scoop! (here’s the story) in which I told my Knockin Boots tale that led to that phrase.

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