Brian shocks Jack with an extremely rip-roaringly hot take about the new James Gunn comic book film, The Suicide Squad (Available Now on HBO Max). Watch the movie before listening, as there are spoilers a plenty. What did you think of the (REDACTED) starfish at the end?
Read More Minisode 12: The Suicide Squad
Jack’s Boss stops by to check on Jack, who has been faking sick from work. Brian urges Jack to stop lying to his boss, but Jack believes he can maintain control of his web of lies.
Read More S2E7: Jack’s Boss
In this mega-sized minisode, Jack and Brian decide to shake things up by watching a good modern movie. Whether Wonder Woman 1984 fits the bill is up for debate. They discuss magic wishes, animal actors, and just what the hell this movie is about.
Read More Minisode 11: Wonder Woman 1984
Brian hires a local psychic (Laura Schein) to exorcise the ghosts in the Haunted Doll Room. Jack’s worried that this will enrage the ghosts, but there’s something about this psychic he likes.
Read More S2E6: Ghost Whisperer
Brian and Jack watch and discuss Jupiter Ascending, available on Netflix.
Read More Minisode 10: Jupiter Ascending
Brian has night terrors from sleeping above a murder site. Jack goes downstairs to find a new place to sleep, but he finds a series of shocking discoveries.
Read More S2E5: Jack and Brian Explore the Second Floor
Brian tries to make sense of his Matthew Modine related dreams by watching the Annette Bening movie, In Dreams, but it leaves the Bunker Brothers more confused than ever.
Read More Minisode 9: In Dreams
To get over his ex, Brian dates a woman in a Mass Effect-like video game. Jack tries to prevent Brian from clogging the family credit card with microtransactions.
Read More S2E4: Video Game Waifu
A strange man enters the bunker while Jack and Brian are welding off the door to the murder victim. He claims to be a Bunker Insurance Agent, but is he actually the killer?
Read More S2 E2: Bunker Insurance