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August 2019

🤠 'Westworld' Season 3, 'Preacher' Season 4, Marvel's 'What If' TV Series & More (Comic-Con Part 2)

In part two of an unaired episode recorded in July, the Ricks continue to share the hits and misses in news and trailers from Comic Con 2019.

🌵 "Westworld" Season 3: Bernard and Charlores square off for a fight—is it Maeve to the rescue? (a :10 sec)

⛪️ "Preacher" Season 4: Anti-hero Jesse and crew continue their crusade against hellish horrors (1:40)

💥 Marvel's new "What If" animated series brings the MCU's star actors into alt realities (4:28)

Approx 7:25. For US audiences. Review privacy and cookie policies for SoundCloud, iTunes, Spotify and all other streaming services.

🍿 Our Favorite Trailers from ComicCon (Part 1) 'Dark Fate' and the 'Watchmen' TV Show

🍿In a previously unreleased episode recorded in July, the Ricks review their favorite TV and movie trailers coming out of this year's Comic-Con International.

In Part One:

🎤Rick M. has a unique take on "The Never-ending Story" when Rick W. chickens out of the "Stranger Things Challenge" (no, it doesn't go well). (at :35 sec).

🤖Rick M. shares his theory that Arnold Schwarzenegger plays a human being, not a cyborg, in the upcoming sci-fi actioner, "Terminator: Dark Fate." (2:32)

💥Rick W. is eager to watch the "The Watchmen" in the new HBO TV series. (6:05)

Approx. 7 min, 52 sec.

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📺 Lucky Charms Marshmallows Go Super-sized, The Banana Splits Return, 'The Boys' Goes Big Time & More

The Ricks discuss Amazon Prime's superhero satire, "The Boys." Super-sized Lucky Charms marshmallows are coming to a s'more near you. The Banana Splits are back—in a gory new, R-rated movie. McDonald's McFizz cups are getting double takes for all the wrong reasons. "Friends" gets its own LEGO set, and a whole lot more.


👨‍🏫 The Ricks talk Back to School and pre-Internet gaming in the good old days (at :25 sec)

🗓  The Ricks have a big milestone coming up (at 1 min, 40 sec)

🧜‍♀️ It's summertime, so of course Pumpkin Spice Lattes are already back (at 2:00)

🥤Remembering McDonald's Shamrock Shakes of yesteryear (at 2:32)

🍌The Banana Splits are back, in an very violent, R-rated horror flick (at 3:35)

📺  Why you need to drop everything & watch "The Boys" on Amazon Prime (at 5:08)

🥛 Did somebody say McWTF? McFizz is an unintentional eye-opener (at 9:00)

😸"Friends": Old TV comes with perks—LEGO's Central Perk Playset (at 10:13)

🥣 Lucky Charms Jet-Puffed Marshmallows: Magically Delicious? (at 11:20)

🚀 "Star Wars Barbie" rocks the geek look—for an out-of-this-world price (at 12:34)

📸 Instagram and WhatsApp get new names (at 14:13)

📱 Verizon sells Tumbler to Automattic … for how little? (at 15:05)

🦸🏻‍♂️  Look who's coming to CW's "Crisis on Infinite Earths" (at 15:52)

Approx. 17:05. For US audiences. Review privacy and cookie policies for SoundCloud, iTunes, Spotify and all other streaming services.

🕷The Ricks Review 'Spider-Man: Far From Home'

There's a serious rift between the Ricks in their official review of 'Spider-Man: Far from Home.' And let's talk about that post-credit scene from the final episode of 'Stranger Things' Season 3. From July 14.


🧟‍♀️"Stranger Things" Season 3 finale and its post-credit stinger—does Hopper live? (at :53 sec)


… Or is it Dr. Brenner from Season 1? (1:49)


… And will Eleven's super-powered sister return? (at 3:02)


🕸  "Far from Home" swings into cinemas (3:57)


… But what about the aftermath of "The Blip" and "The Return"? (6:42)


… And seriously? Spidey's the only hero around to fight the Elementals? (9:52)


… And Captain Marvel: WTF? "Don't even invoke her name?" (10:15)


What worked well: The Peter and MJ storyline (11:25)


About those mid-credit and post-credit stingers (12:59)


Enter: J. Jonah Jamison (14:32)


SWORD: The meaning behind that last scene with Nick Fury (15:24)


Deconstructing Mysterio and his very stable genius (16:35)


Who should be the next Spider-Villain? (19:43)


Which is better: "Far from Home," or "Into the Spider-Verse"? (21:39)


The Ricks reveal their final grades—and a major disconnect (22:54)


Approx. 24 min, 24 sec.


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