What's Real Podcast: Episode 76: Corman

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Like Carol Anne said in "Poltergeist 2", "They're back". The boys are back in town, literally! It's the end of the WR? summer vacation. After a couple of special podcast episodes, it's the official return of "What's Real?" with episode 76! Join your boys "Hey Ed", "The J", and "The Wizard" as they return to form. The big return episode starts with a "pro wrestling heavy" portion of the traditional "Variety Hour". This covers AEW's current finances and investment in video games, the WR? podcast heading to AEW live soon, a WWE writer who knew nothing about pro wrestling, Stone Cold's greatest PPV matches list, WWE/WCW main eventers, and the retirement of ACH. The variety segment rolls along with a discussion on a cool NFL all-time undrafted players list, the Yeezy "Red October" fiasco with Stock X, the tension between Shannon Lee and Quentin Tarantino, and a "special question" is answered. Then it's the guy's final trip down to the last drive-in for a while. It's the wrap-up review of season three of "The Last Drive-In" with Joe Bob and Darcy. The finale's double feature covers "Little Shop of Horrors" (1960) and "Humanoids From the Deep" with special guest, legendary producer/director, Roger Corman. Next up, the guys wrap up the first half of season 3 of "Darkside of the Ring" with their thoughts on the season so far. Then they preview the remaining 7 episodes coming this fall. As always a ridiculous "Goofs R' Goofs" takes the show home. Thanks for listening and enjoy responsibly.


  • 0:00:00 Intro - Pro Wrestling talk, AEW Video Game, Stone Cold's best PPV matches, NFL All-Time Undrafted Player List, Yeezy "Red October" Controversy, Tension Between Shannon Lee and Quentin Tarantino, and a special question
  • 1:11:40 - Last Drive-In: "Little Shop of Horrors" (1960) and "Humanoids From the Deep" (1980)
  • 1:41:26 - Darkside of the Ring: Thoughts on Season So Far
  • 2:02:34 - Goofs R Goofs

(Produced by Cam Haldeman)

Music Credit: Gang Starr "What's Real" 2019