This week, Thomas Smith joins us for an atheist review of "New World Order", the story of a bunch of people waiting around for a plot to break out. This week, guest masochist Cara Santa Maria joins us for a review of "The Climate Hustle", the story of how the world was duped by "big environment" into believing that math and physics are real.
You can hear more from Cara here: This week, Eli, Heath, and Noah team up for an atheist review of The Perfect Stranger, the story of a woman who winds up on a blind date with Jesus and can't think of anything interesting to talk about. See us live in London October 6th: This week, the guys team up for an atheist review of Voiceless, a sympathetic look at one of those guys who screams at women on their way into clinics about how they're gonna burn in hell for murdering their babies.
This week, the guys team up for an atheist review of Bibleman, Episode It was actually episode 2 of season 2.
So don't be surprised if you're a little lost. This week, we team up for an atheist review of The Unmiracle, the story of a few dudes who had enough money for a little Kevin Sorbo, but not a lot. To see us live in London in October, click here: On this week's episode, we team up for an atheist review of "Masterless", the story of a bored white guy who's pretty sure his sword moves are too sweet for a movie about any subject less than Jesus himself. See us live in London: This week, guest masochist Rebecca Vigil joins us for an atheist review of Sunday School Musical; the story of a desperately rushed production that just barely made it out in time to catch the "grandma who might think it's High School Musical" wave.
She's always that funny. Find out more here: On this week's episode, the guys team up for an atheist review of the pilot episode of Bibleman, which somehow led to additional episodes of Bibleman. To see us live in London on October 6th, click here: This week, guest masochists Mark and Doug from the How to Heretic podcast join us for an atheist review of "God's Army 2: This week, the guys team up for an atheist review of "The Singles Ward", the story of a bunch of Mormons telling Mormon jokes and us wondering what the hell is going on.
This week, Frank and Dan from the Thank God I'm Atheist podcast join us to break down three Mormon shorts that all share a dark secret. This week, the guys team up for an atheist review of My Daddy is in Heaven; a movie that says its about a children's book and makes you spend the rest of the movie wondering just what the hell that book is about. The Awakening, the story of a writer being challenged to make even less happen in this one than in the first one and succeeding beyond anyone's expectations.
To see Citation Needed live in Chicago on August 11th, click here. On this week's episode, the guys team up for an atheist review of "The Moment After", the story of David AR White not having enough money to make a big budget flick like Black Rider just yet. This week, Natalie Newell joins us for a skeptical review of The Beautiful Truth, the story of a man losing his mind with a s camcorder running the whole time. To check out Natalie's documentary, click here: This week, Andrew Torrez of the Opening Arguments podcast joins us for an atheist review of "Cries of the Unborn", the story of a bunch of people watching the prequel and being really convinced by it.
Check out Andrew's podcast here: This week Eli, Heath, and Noah team up for an atheist review of Bible Man episode 2, "Silencing the Gossip Queen", in which they take on a character that is very clearly a jewish stereotype that they never acknowledge. This week, Eli, Heath, and Noah team up for an atheist review of Bal Ganesh 2; the charming, animated story of absolutely nothing.
About Dinosaurs", an effort at a kid's video that teaches us that the earth is six thousand years old, dinosaurs and man co-existed, and if you don't believe that, you're going to hell. This week, Eli, Heath, and Noah team up for an atheist review of God's Not Dead 3; the story of a Christian movie coming disturbingly close to realizing that the religious people are the bad guys. This week, Eli, Heath, and Noah team up for an atheist review of "Paul: Apostle of Christ"; the story of an old woman failing to get into her bag of Twizzlers in the row in front of us, and nothing more interesting than that happening on screen.
This week, Eli, Heath, and Noah team up for an atheist review of "I Can Only Imagine", the story of a plucky Christian tune that tried to make it all the way to number one on the pop charts, and only fell seventy places short. This week, guest masochist Chelsea Davison joins us for an atheist review of "All the King's Horses", the story of why we need International Women's Day.
And none of us will ever be okay again. You should follow Chelsea on Twitter: This week, the gang collectively lose their minds as they delve into a failed dancer's acid trip called Psalty the Songbook. Not an unlikely sentiment, considering the fact that Everett Daye tried to kill Hank Knight the last time they met. They had fought over the woman who became Daye's wife. In the premiere episode, Daye recalls the origins of the partnership. Daye was a serious journalist, Knight a comic entertainer.
Knight & Daye is an American sitcom that aired on NBC from July 8 to August 14, The show was about a pair of radio broadcasters, Hank Knight and. Jack Warden, Mason Adams, Hope Lange. Reunited for a radio talk show, at a station managed by Julia, their bickering proves to be a ratings bonanza. Ellie and her family are often at her parents Everett and Gloria's house for advice.
They were paired by an enterprising producer who thought the names went nicely together - "Knight and Daye. Hank lifted her up to guess her weight. Wouldn't you know it - an eager young station manager Julia Campbell shows up hoping to reunite the pair on KLOP, the 16th highest-ranked station in San Diego.
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