Eric and Jonathan discuss the best origin stories told in movies on a brand new episode of Monday Toast Takes!
Today on Toast Takes we re-introduce Joshua Wright and Eric is back as well to discuss our picks of overrated and underrated movies. It’s an episode of ups and downs and enough disagreement but Jonathan will not change his mind so tell Eric to deal with it.
This episode is not for everyone. Jonathan knows that, Eric knows that. But, after the 1,247th spiral for Jonathan in about 9 days, we talk about somethings and end up reading poetry that we’ve written, Eric with some sonnets and Jonathan with more spoken word. The episode still has some laughs and funny moments, we hope you enjoy it.03
Eric, and newcomer Joshua Wright, join Jonathan to talk about movies and the recent firing of James Gunn from the MCU. It’s the best thing since sliced bread if you really just ignore everything since sliced bread.
With Nehemiah out to perform again, we are joined by new friend of the show, and host, Greg Young! Hear stories of rock bottoms, stolen phones, and a love of soup that is only meant to trick you. This will all makes sense in the episode.
Eric and Jonathan are back from a birthday full of work and acknowledging that their birthday is a thing and are ready to bring the Toast Takes back! We talk time travel, wind turbines, and a lot of good jokes. It’s good to be back.
Nehemiah is back! After a two week hiatus performing, Nehemiah is back to discuss XXL Freshmen, Drake’s “Scorpion” and a few examples of a cat graduation. It’s good to have him back.
New guest host!! Now that I have your attention, we have a new guest host today. The episode is basically old friends catching up and going over a timeline for their lives but don’t worry, it also gets really creepy at points.
Nehemiah is out performing again so we have another episode of Toast Takes! Eric and Jonathan discuss the plight of being twins, the plight of being Jar Jar Binks, and the plight of one DJ Trump. With a long talk about anxiety and depression for good measure.