See You Next Wednesday

Episode 192 – Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part II & My Dad’s A Soccer Mom


It’s time for Episode 192 of See You Next Wednesday. This week, Greg and Dan volunteered in tribute to check out Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part II this week, and have lived through another round of games and will tell you all about the final chapter in this long-running YA adaptation series. Should you enlist? Or just stay home. We have the answers, right before Casey checks in to admit that he sat through My Dad’s A Soccer Mom – a made for TV family comedy that we picked as punishment this week. Then, they all sit down to chat about the album Empires and Dance by oft-overlooked post-punk band Simple Minds.

But first, we circle back on Short Term 12 and touch-base with the behind-the-scenes episode of w/Bob & David, before diving into whether or not it’s right for Netflix to withhold their statistics from show runners and if that’s a good business strategy to capture subscriptions. Yes, we even get a little business-y this week!

All that and more, on the latest episode!

Show Notes:

  • Opening & General Movie Discussions: [00 min through 43 min 17 sec]
  • Hunger Games: Mockingjay Part II Review: [Starts at 44 min 36 sec]
  • My Dad’s A Soccer Mom: [Starts at 1 hr 08 min 08 sec]
  • Simple Minds’ Empire and Dance Album Review & Punishment Reveal: [Starts at 1 hr 18 min 07 sec]
  • Film Roulette Dice Roll – Creed vs. Air Bud: Seventh Inning Fetch [Starts at 1 hr 33 min 01 sec]

Don’t forget about our sponsor, Tweaked Audio! Check them out for all your headphone needs and enter promo code SYNWPC for 33% off plus free shipping! Do it today!

You can find us on TwitterFacebook, LibSyn and iTunes.

Direct Download: SYNW_192_MAIN.mp3

Previous post

Episode 37: "Ooh, Mister Poldark" a BBC Production

Next post

Episode 18 - Featuring Birdapres


  • Matthew Price


    Reply to Matthew Price
  • Matthew Price

    love how much you guys noticed LaKeith Stanfield in Short Term 12 – we got to hang out with him a little bit at Ebertfest. He was my pick for a spiderman reboot, but they went with a white guy (shocking)

    Reply to Matthew Price

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *