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Rick & Rick Season Finale (Pt 2) (Podcast)

Our Season One Edition of Rick & Rick's "Loaded Questions" comes to a head in Part 2 of the "Rick & Rick Season One Finale"—full episode breakdown below!

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(Approx 26 min)

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IN THIS EPISODE:

Rick M Impersonates Ashley Graham Doing ASMR/15 Sec

Silent Gifs You Can Hear/1:40

How 'Stranger Things' & Audi RS5s Cause Memory Problems/3:20

'Aquaman,' 'Titans' and Underwater Fart Clouds/6:40

A Fast Food Brand That Gives a FCK/8:47

The Ricks Perform Breakfast Brand Jingles/9:59

Taco Bell's Fight Against Big Potato/11:03

Lifesaving Drones Inflate Their Own Egos/13:05

Things our Grand Kids Won't Believe We Said in 2018/14:55

Pumpkin Spice-flavored Bologna and Skittles/16:40

Why the Cast of 'Ant-Man & the Wasp' Weren't Marvel Fans Growing Up/18:20

2030 Jobs that Haven't Been Invented Yet/20:20

Some Ricks Can't Remember Their Own Promos/22:00

'Are You Augmenting My Reality, Mrs. Robinson?'/22:49

 


 

 

 

 


Rick & Rick: Eleven '70s Era Sci-Fi Movies Better Than 'Star Wars' (Podcast)

Episode 143: Rick Mathieson and Rick Wootten discuss Geek.com's list of 11 sci-fi movies from the 1970s that it claims are better than "Star Wars"—and the advice they'd give their 22-year-old selves about their careers in marketing.

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IN THIS EPISODE:

iHOP's Sales Prove Its 'iHOB' Stunt Paid Off—But Sparks New Questions   1:00

Patrick Stewart Says 'Make it So' to a new 'Star Trek' Series—But Will Anyone See It?   2:25

Rick & Rick Discuss Geek.com's List of Eleven '70s Sci-Fi Movies It Says are Better Than 'Star Wars'     3:40

—What's your view? Which of these 11 films, if any, are better than "Star Wars"?

Slaughterhouse-Five (1972)

Invasion of the Body Snatchers (1978)

Westworld (1973)

Sleeper (1973)

A Boy and His Dog (1975)

Galaxy Express 999 (1977)

The Terminal Man (1974)

Logan's Run (1976)

Inframan (1975)

The Man Who Fell to Earth (1976)

Alien (1979)

 

What about these other '70s Sci-Fi classics?

Superman the Movie (1978)

The Omega Man (1971) 

Battlestar Galactica Theatrical Release (1979)

Soylent Green (1973)

Mad Max (1979)

Buck Rogers in the 25th Century Theatrical Release (1979)

Close Encounters of the Third Kind (1977)


Also in this episode:


If I Knew Then What I Know Now: Advice We'd Give our Younger Selves About a Career in Marketing  15:45             

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Rick & Rick: '70s Sci Fi Movies Better Than 'Star Wars'

(Approx 22 min)

 

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Rick & Rick: The One with Black Panther, Mobile World Congress & More (Podcast)

Rick & Rick Review Marvel's 'Black Panther'

It's here: The official Rick & Rick Review of 'Black Panther' (4:05 ) and some of the nuttier product announcements from Mobile World Congress (:30) - including the Vhoop mobile hula-hoop you didn't know you needed (or not) (3:24).

RICK & RICK: THE ONE WITH BLACK PANTHER, MOBILE WORLD CONGRESS & MORE

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 PLUS: Meet RICK MATHIESON and RICK WOOTTEN


Rick & Rick: The One with KFCs Royal FCK-up, Voice Agencies, Peak Smartphone & More (Podcast)

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It's an all-new episode as Rick Mathieson and Rick Wootten talk:

Netflix's hit series, "Altered Carbon"—and why it's not as far fetched as you may think (:36)

How to live inside HBO's "WestWorld" at SXSW

KFC's Royal FCK-up (5:20)

NASA's new Coca-Cola Insta-Slushie (10:28)

The disconnect between the tech marketers love and what consumers actually want (6:24)

Whether brands really need a "voice agency of record (15:00)

Plus a whole lot more

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Rick&Rick-Peak Smartphone Altered Carbon & More

 Meet RICK MATHIESON and RICK WOOTTEN


Rick & Rick: The One with AdBowl Trends 2018 (Podcast)

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It's a Rick & Rick Rewind back to Super Bowl Sunday and the show we recorded the morning of the big game. In a special expanded episode, Rick Mathieson and Rick Wootten tackle:

  • Who we think will win the year's biggest games—football and advertising
  • Whether the estimated $5.2 million cost to run a 30-second commercial is even worth it
  • What research says about Super Bowl ROI and what the money would buy you in digital media
  • Super Bowl ad trends leading into kick-off—the viral videos, social media plays, teasers and more
  • Digital game plans from Pepsi and Mercedes—from virtual reality to branded mobile games
  • Our favorite spots and what we make of them

Some of the spots we talk about in this episode:

Amazon: Alexa Loses Her Voice

Doritos Blaze vs. Mt. Dew Ice

Avocados from Mexico

Jack in the Box: Martha Stewart

Toyota: Good Odds

Pringles: Flavor Stacking

 PLUS: Learn more about RICK MATHIESON and RICK WOOTTEN.