MJ and The Boys Episode 86

July 25, 2017

We pay tribute to Comic-Con with a nerdtastic show. We countdown our Big 5 favorite real-life nerds, and Sticky meets Yondu (almost). The Weird World This Week features a missing turtle that returned home after a long and weary journey, a cat that was mayor of an Alaskan town, a meat shower, and Salvador Dali’s exhumed mustache. Hulk speaks in Nerd stuff, and more headlines from Comic-Con. "Nerds" is our musical theme with songs by Weird Al Yankovic, Richie Branson & KadeshFlow, and DEVO.  


MJ and The Boys Episode 85 - Hollywood

July 18, 2017

Have you seen the new Netflix series #GLOW? We've got one of the original G.L.O.W. girls, the beautiful and talented, Jeanne "Hollywood" Basone, to discuss it, and relive her experience with the Gorgeous Ladies of Wresting. Also, we quiz MJ to determine what 80s wresting icon she would be. A gorgeous lady Doctor Who headlines Nerd Stuff which also feature news on The Incredibles 2, Wreck-It Ralph 2, and a direct-to-Netflix film directed by Martin Scorsese. All that and much more. In honor of our guest, "Hollywood" is our musical theme with songs by Kool & The Gang, Public Enemy, and Junkyard.


MJ and The Boys Episode 84

July 11, 2017

Neil Jackson fills in for MJ and Sticky returns from vacation. The Weird World This Week features loud sex, celebrities & Bigfoot. We recap the Running of the Bulls, and remember the most dangerous things we have ever done. Shawn's Phat Bitch takes on people flying the Rebel Flag, and Sticky reviews Spider-Man: Homecoming in Nerd Stuff. Super-sexy songs, in honor of our super-sexy guest host, with music by Prince, INXS, and Fiona Apple


MJ and The Boys Episode 83

July 3, 2017

A special 4th of July episode of MJATB! We honor America by ranking our Big 5 favorites cities, We tell you about the most commonly misspelled porm searches by state, and Sticky and his Phat Bitch take on celebrity chefs. Nerd stuff gets you ready for the new Spider-Man movie and exposes a Toy Story conspiracy. America is our musical theme with songs by Miley Cyrus, the I Don't Cares, and David Lee Roth.