EstoBro TV

99th Avenue Productions

Two Tampa natives met at a college institution causing a ruckus and delayed starting a show about their everyday experiences. They came across a discounted producer for hire and they all decided to start a hilarious podcast that discusses sports, nerd culture, food, and plenty of adventures with fellow friends of the podcast. The show features Matty @EstoBro and TV @TheoVVlass as the Gents collective for the show. A product of 99th Avenue Studios, recorded in Tampa, FL with new episodes posted weekly! Follow the show on Twitter @etv_pod Instagram @estobrotvpod and look for our Facebook group for the EstoBro TV Podcast! Do you love memes? We have them! Follow us on Tumblr as well at: estobrotvpodcast.tumblr.com

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FaZe Out the Fantasy Complex
Yesterday
FaZe Out the Fantasy Complex
TV finally circled back with EstoBro to bring his take to the table, as the Gents bring a bonus episode full of sports takes for the week. The show opens up with the pair giving their respect to the late Bill Russell (2:20), who passed away not too long ago. Russell was considered one of the early greats in the NBA and is a major staple in Boston sports history. After the salutations, TV breaks down his adventure at Yankee Stadium (14:45) and what it means to be "behind enemy lines" as a fan of a rivaling sports team. The focus on baseball shifts to the MLB trade deadline (26:30) with EstoBro highlighting how Juan Soto shifting to the San Diego Padres was compared to LeBron James going to the Miami Heat, making 'Slam Diego' baseball's new 'Big Three.' After the Gents identify how the remainder of baseball season is going to wrap up, they are excited to announce that the podcast's fantasy football league has all contestants ready to participate (38:50). EstoBro and TV identify the Top 10 players included in ESPN's PPR draft kit, while also beginning the initial smack talk that comes with the territory. After making some light predictions, EstoBro and TV poke fun at the news of Aaron Rodgers revealing his MVP success came from taking psychedelics  (51:05), as Kyler Murray's saving grace for his mandatory study hours are covered for his eSports contract with FaZe Clan. Will TV repeat as fantasy football champion? Will EstoBro recollect the football fantasy stone in his Fantasy Gauntlet? Will a lucky listener win the league all together and appear on the show? Time will tell, as long as you continue listening to the EstoBro TV Podcast!
FaZe Out the Fantasy Complex
Yesterday
FaZe Out the Fantasy Complex
TV finally circled back with EstoBro to bring his take to the table, as the Gents bring a bonus episode full of sports takes for the week. The show opens up with the pair giving their respect to the late Bill Russell (2:20), who passed away not too long ago. Russell was considered one of the early greats in the NBA and is a major staple in Boston sports history. After the salutations, TV breaks down his adventure at Yankee Stadium (14:45) and what it means to be "behind enemy lines" as a fan of a rivaling sports team. The focus on baseball shifts to the MLB trade deadline (26:30) with EstoBro highlighting how Juan Soto shifting to the San Diego Padres was compared to LeBron James going to the Miami Heat, making 'Slam Diego' baseball's new 'Big Three.' After the Gents identify how the remainder of baseball season is going to wrap up, they are excited to announce that the podcast's fantasy football league has all contestants ready to participate (38:50). EstoBro and TV identify the Top 10 players included in ESPN's PPR draft kit, while also beginning the initial smack talk that comes with the territory. After making some light predictions, EstoBro and TV poke fun at the news of Aaron Rodgers revealing his MVP success came from taking psychedelics  (51:05), as Kyler Murray's saving grace for his mandatory study hours are covered for his eSports contract with FaZe Clan. Will TV repeat as fantasy football champion? Will EstoBro recollect the football fantasy stone in his Fantasy Gauntlet? Will a lucky listener win the league all together and appear on the show? Time will tell, as long as you continue listening to the EstoBro TV Podcast!
Belated Odaiba Day
3d ago
Belated Odaiba Day
A special edition episode of the podcast, EstoBro welcomes back Izzy Takamono to fulfil a promise on another popular Japanese franchise: Digimon. The episode begins with how Izzy is a great conduit of finding an anime for everyone (2:30), as his passions are to "share the good word," that anime has to offer as a major media focus. The podcast celebrates a belated Odaiba Day (11:00) and what it means to the franchise as the origins of Digimon are surrounded by Odaiba Memorial Day in Japan. A great deal of Japanese culture is in tribute in every Digimon game, which is enhanced even further with the distributing company of Bandai Namco Entertainment. The bonding friendship the pair have also dissect the competition Digimon shares with Pokémon (21:00), and this is also a comparing argument throughout the entire episode.   Izzy also came in clutch introducing EstoBro to the Digimon franchise the right way with gifting a copy of Digimon Survive (37:55), the latest title that released at the end of July. After analyzing the first week's sales and ratings, the Gents analyze the differences the latest title compares to the rest of the franchise. Izzy also does the due diligence to reflect on other top games of Digimon (49:45), which also includes major contribution with anime, trading card game, and enhancing applications that makes the franchise great. EstoBro knows how to cater to Izzy's nerd demographic as he circles back to the 'Smash Injustice' that has clearly left Digimon off the list of not receiving an invite to Smash Ultimate (59:00) being a major video game staple. This major interview turned full episode was a fantastic way to educate the masses about the Digimon franchise. It is always a delight to have Izzy Takamono back on the show and we cannot wait to have him back for more episodes!Song credit: "Splash Woman" by Mega Ran featured on Megan Ran 9 released Mar. 12, 2009
It's Time to Play the Game
Aug 3 2022
It's Time to Play the Game
The last show of July recognizes a specific event in nerd lore, with a special guest featured on the episode. EstoBro is joined by Commissioner Comic Book in place of TV, as the two celebrate the birthday of Harry Potter and George Jetson (2:30). After formalities are exchanged and the state of TV's capture inside the Evil Empire, the pair get down to business with the final MCU ruling post their SDCC panel (13:00); having been on the podcast before, Commissioner Comic Book validates the major build-up the next phases of the live-action comic book films. EstoBro also inquires for more intel on the Commissioner's wrestling knowledge (26:50), especially wanting to know more on the fiasco with Vince McMahon departing from WWE and the transition of Triple H taking over creative control of the brand. With 'The Game' now in charge, the Gents discuss the results of the latest major event at Summer Slam (37:05).  EstoBro also enables the concept that wrestling video games are at an all-time low (43:45), and the major interest in a popular wrestling video game by WWE is one of the only ways he remains engaged. The deep conversation focused on video games led to the debut of AEW's first video game, which is being overwatched by some of the creators who created the greatest wrestling video game of all time. The show closes with the podcast's first brunch (64:25) with it being recorded on a Sunday. The Gents were summoned by Rizza to consume wonderful food and be enjoyed by all who drink in the EstoBro TV Podcast!Commissioner Comic Book is a major fitted hat and Vinyl POP collector. You can find him on his Instagram @flickofthebrim and can argue with his wrestling takes on his Twitter."The Jetsons Theme Song" was made popular by the TV Show, The Jetsons produced by Hanna-Barbera Cartoons, Inc.
Webb Telescope captures Space's Deep Comic-Con
Jul 27 2022
Webb Telescope captures Space's Deep Comic-Con
EstoBro and TV are taken away from the recent photos of the James Webb Space Telescope that had the talk of news outlets everywhere, although the timing could have been more coincidental with the sci-fi thriller film Nope (3:00) coming out recently. With EstoBro home alone for the week, he is taking advantage of maximizing his enjoyment by catching up on video games. With his recent acquisition of a modded Nintendo Super NES (12:00), EstoBro begins the journey of conquering the 'godfathers of RPGs' with Chrono Trigger. A historical video game with a major influence on other popular franchises, EstoBro holds trial with TV on why the main character, Crono, was left off the roster of Nintendo's Super Smash Bros. Ultimate with DLC characters featured from Square Enix. The debate with character-roster-snubs transitions to the other universe-platform fighting game being introduced by Warner Bros: MultiVersus (31:45). The game had a major announcement with new characters featured as the Beta drops this week for gamers to download. The attention turns to the celebrated San Diego Comic Convention (42:15) which returned to having a full population at the massive nerd gathering for the first time since COVID-19 postponed the event on multiple occasions. The focus of the next phase in MCU, other comic book films, He-Man's 40th anniversary, and the anticipation for the new prequel series for Game of Thrones are what grabbed the Gents' attention in this year's panels. Closing out the focus of video games, EstoBro wants to know if TV will download the cat-simulator Stray (52:00) which was a highly anticipated game with a great number of downloads in the game's premiere week. EstoBro also gives props to TV for calling Juan Soto the winner of the Home Run Derby in the All-Star Game last week (59:30), as they both inquire their listeners if they would like to run it back for fantasy football. Finally, TV has an entry for IHMGW (67:05) when Hello Nurse takes him to the local gym in their neighborhood for a trap or a surprise? Tune in for a great show bundled up from the deepest parts of space and making sure that this podcast is broadcasting on every UFO across the universe!
Nine Pound Mjölnir
Jul 20 2022
Nine Pound Mjölnir
EstoBro and TV begin the Diamond episode of the podcast with an enabling question on what misplaced celebrity, dead or alive, would be a great feature for a commercial or television show. After a few jabs at the prompt, the Gents celebrate the career of Jaleel White (7:10) who is reprising his signature role of Steve Urkel in collaboration with the legendary Snoop Dogg for his new marijuana brand, "Purple Urkel." After a few good chuckles, TV inquires if EstoBro has seen Thor: Love and Thunder yet (16:00), which to his surprise that he has not. ***SPOILERS*** TV insists to his co-host that he waits until it becomes stream worthy, because of the state of MCU films in the current phase they are storytelling has become lackluster. The Gents both relay to the audience that the pattern of superhero films in Hollywood 'go with the flow' and how the anticipation for future projects will return bigger and better than ever! EstoBro inquires a great deal of information about the popular shooting game Fortnite (32:35) from TV, before making the announcement of Dragon Ball skins are coming to the game this autumn.  The segment is interrupted with TV defending LeBron James once more (40:15) with EstoBro criticizing the basketball great for all his accomplishments, before turning the attention to the results of The Open. With the 150th anniversary of the tournament being held at St. Andrews in Scotland, Cameron Smith upsets Rory McIlroy on the final day of the tournament to capture his first career major win. The focus of the episode is turned to the Home Run Derby of the MLB All-Star Game (52:20), with TV calling his absolute best shot with Juan Soto winning the tournament. EstoBro also wants to point out the dramatics that will follow the star since he officially declined an extension with his current team: the Washington Nationals. Hope you like the new logo for the show! Thank you to all of our listeners who have been dedicated to this little passion project of ours. Please share this podcast after subscribing and rating the show. Follow all of our social media presences everywhere, we would like to Tweet and share memes with you!
Obey Your Master
Jul 13 2022
Obey Your Master
EstoBro and TV return from the 'holiday' break by analyzing the wrap of the two-part finale of Stranger Things (5:00), and ***SPOILERS*** how music once again has prevailed to be a major attention grabber in a social media presence. After breaking bread on how The Gents spent their holiday, they give thanks for the other major holiday that is more modern: Prime Day (12:40), and how it is cutting into the market for gamers of all backgrounds. With deals for gamers everywhere, both EstoBro and TV seem conflicted that maybe it is time to finally join the PC-Master race...but, it will not happen before this next basketball season (25:10). EstoBro can finally get hyped with TV to celebrate the next edition of NBA 2K, which fill feature the legendary Michael Jordan to celebrate the season that correlates with 2023. The Gents also pay their respects to Kazuki Takahashi (33:35), creator of the manga for the popular Yu-Gi-Oh franchise and what the major impact he contributed to nerd culture. Brining back the attention towards basketball, TV educates EstoBro on the reason why Kevin Durant has not been traded yet (40:50); however, EstoBro believes it is important to discuss the MLB All-Star selection and the midway point of the current season (54:45). The show wraps with the 'Who has the munchies?' segment with EstoBro's discovering a food truck opening in the Tampa Bay area called the Krispy Rooster that had some delicious chicken and waffles (69:10), and southern cooking that will be taking over the area soon. TV believes that Bojangles deserves their respect in the Chicken Sandwich Wars. All this talk about chicken gives the Gents the idea to possibly contribute to the war by making a chicken sandwich of their own... Song Intro: Asian Beats Culture "Mandeer"
Running Up That Hill
Jun 27 2022
Running Up That Hill
An episode that took a week in the making, EstoBro and TV share their secret on how they influence watching their favorite movies and shows together with their significant others (5:35). It is clear that the Gents are both learning how nerdy and hilarious their better halves are, but that's the one of the guilty pleasure reasons why they keep them around. After the show formalities and recap of the Gents' week, especially how EstoBro spending Father's Day with his father (13:30). With the US Open happening over the same weekend, both Gents spent some time on the golf course and both share some funny moments that transpired during their outings. With major sports on the brain, EstoBro shares the release of the latest Nintendo title: Mario Strikers Battle League Football that dropped on the Switch earlier in the month (21:50). With a great deal of interest lingering between the Gents, there are some elements that EstoBro throws shade about Nintendo limiting this title to other elements that could enhance the fan experience of this game. With other nerdy elements that TV wants to acknowledge is the return of vintage music that shows up in popular television (33:25) and how it relates to other dynamics in culture. Due to Stranger Things returning over the summer, Kate Bush's "Running Up That Hill" has returned to the top charts in pop music. EstoBro even shares how much the song has influenced other elements of music, including being sampled in hip-hop and remixed in EDM tracks. Conversation on how music getting intertwined with sports shifts the conversation towards sports (44:00) first breaking down small elements of baseball, especially with the Tampa Bay Rays just playing the New York Yankees and other relative topics. EstoBro wants to hear TV admit how right he was about the Golden State Warriors returning to glory as they won their fourth NBA Finals in less than a span of a decade (50:00). This conversation sparks the debate of putting Stephen Curry as one of the greatest players of all time, including a conversation that bring to the attention that Curry is the player that has truly rivaled LeBron James during the two players careers. Returning back to golf, the Gents give their respect to Mat Fitzpatrick for winning the US Open (70:20), and also discuss the conflict the PGA is facing with LIV Golf taking away their competition. Discussion in the 'Who has the munchies?' segment turns the attention on EstoBro's experience with a personal chef cooking for his family for Father's Day (83:00). He also puts the chef on blast with the potential food truck he is opening in the near future, especially for what it could contribute to the future of the Chicken Sandwich Wars...
Scruffy Nerf Herder
Jun 15 2022
Scruffy Nerf Herder
With the recent firing of Joe Maddon from the Los Angeles Angels, the Gents evaluate what the legendary baseball manager has accomplished in the MLB (1:50). The firing of the Halos' skipper did not carry shock value to EstoBro, TV, and special guest He-Who-Most-Not-Be-Named after his first major league firing. However, between his tenure for the Tampa Bay Rays and Chicago Cubs, they wonder if his managing style still has what it takes? After the cold open, the Gents continue to go after the Star Wars fanbase (11:45), and the echoing issues that the toxic fanbase has for the latest installment of the franchise with the Obi-Wan Kenobi series on Disney+. The focus on how diverse and explored the franchise has been explored in the Gents' lifetime is everything they need to combat the "gatekeeping fans," and why they need to be sidelined. The shifted frustration is focused on the latest issue of Rolling Stone magazine ranking the greatest hip hop albums of all time, only to criticize a list that shows a great deal of favoritism to relevance over cultural impact (32:20). Both TV and EstoBro want a more balanced take from He-Who-Most-Not-Be-Named because he works in the music industry before the collective dismisses this list for being poorly ranked. On a lighter note, Tampa's very own hockey team has a chance to win their third Stanley Cup in a row as they look to face the Colorado Avalanche in the Stanley Cup (46:15). The Gents make their predictions on what will it take for the ChampaBay team to win once more before turning their focus on the NBA Finals. In the major spotlight for the guest of the show, EstoBro interviews He-Who-Most-Not-Be-Named about his upcoming tour that he has been waiting for since before the pandemic broke out (60:50). With the show finally getting on the road, the guest shares the excitement he will be experiencing this summer in professional sports team stadiums. With music and sports meeting at one place on the podcast, it was something that EstoBro was more than happy to discuss on the show.
When Keeping it Real Goes Wrong
Jun 8 2022
When Keeping it Real Goes Wrong
In the celebration of Pride happening during the month of June, a hot topic comes across the Gents to start this episode of the podcast. EstoBro stumbles upon an article written by Esquire (2:55) that explains the concept of 'fictosexual' and how they are celebrated by the LGBTQIA+ community. After the cold open, EstoBro welcomes TV back from Germany and gets right into it with a victory celebrated by the video game community. The late coach and legend of football, John Madden, was selected to appear on the cover of the infamous video game his name is on (15:25) as the Gents celebrate the great Madden NFL franchise. EstoBro and TV definitely go down the rabbit hole on talking all things video games (26:00), and how the state of their play is gamers as they embrace their 30s. An interesting topic regarding fantasy sports (42:05), the title of the episode explains the fallout on what happened between professional baseball players Tommy Pham and Joc Pederson with their fantasy football league last year. The Gents also point their attention of an update of the NBA Finals and the Stanley Cup Playoffs, with full favoritism of the local team and the Tampa Bay Lightning (50:00). It has been a while since EstoBro and TV had the munchies during the podcast (65:05), so they definitely talk shop on how summer is here and how grilling season is in full effect. EstoBro also wants to enable the fact that the grilled chicken sandwich should make a contending effort to represent in the 'Chicken Sandwich Wars,' yet TV wants to enable the fact that more sandwiches needs to be included in this gastronomic extravaganza!
Nice
Jun 2 2022
Nice
With TV indisposed from traveling to Germany and recovering from his Miami Heat losing in the Eastern Conference Finals, Young Jaimé rejoins EstoBro to record another edition of the podcast. The host puts Señora Doubtfire on the spot about Arby's finally getting the respect it deserves (1:30) after being featured on a podcast that caught wildfire all over the internet, especially with the release of their new featured item on the menu. After the cold open, EstoBro gets into it with Young Jaimé regarding the new series that just debuted over the holiday weekend with Obi-Wan Kenobi on Disney+ (9:20). The pair dissect the initial reaction of the first two episodes, how it will contribute to the Star Wars saga, and how the fanbase continues to prove that they are the "worst fanbase in existence" when it comes to anything new introduced to the franchise. With Memorial Day weekend passing, the annual EDM music festival took place in Tampa with Sunset Music Festival (22:15), and your boy EstoBro was definitely there to represent and party all weekend long. He gives his general criticism over major acts pulling out of the festival, also giving details on what should be improved for the festival in the coming years. The transition into the sports segment of the show starts discussing the matchup of the NBA Finals (36:30) that will feature the Boston Celtics against the Golden State Warriors. EstoBro sticks to his guns with his pick on who is going to win the series with the Warriors, while Young Jaimé makes a good case for the Celtics who are riding a very good high throughout this entire playoffs. EstoBro also enables the guilty pleasure of soccer for Young Jaimé with the Champions League Final (52:10) that happened over the weekend, especially the controversy that took place before the match and how it ruled in favor of the underdogs of the matchup. The final segment of the show has Young Jaimé eager to participate in the 'Meme Wars' (60:00) on the podcast, discussing an outside argument on who has been a bigger impact in comedy between Jim Carrey and Adam Sandler. With each person making their case for each comedian, their major impact on their line of work has been substantial for what memes Carrey and Sandler have produced.
TV's Birthday Episode
May 25 2022
TV's Birthday Episode
The birthday celebrations continue on the podcast, with TV reigning in his 30th birthday for the latest episode. EstoBro starts the episode by asking the birthday boy if Carmen Electra still has it (1:30) as the major sex symbol of the 1990s announces her OnlyFans account being launched for her 50th birthday. After the formal introductions and birthday wishes, the Gents remanence about turning the page of their milestone birthday (12:00), especially when it comes to the nostalgic feeling of playing video games. The Gents are actually impressed with the Los Angeles Chargers revealing their schedule for the 2022 season in the form of an anime opening (24:30), and they make note that the nerds have definitely taken over sports indefinitely. In the feels of nostalgia, EstoBro also asks TV which had a more significant surprise reaction between the cover of the Sports Illustrated: Summer Swimsuit edition or Hillary Duff posing in the Body Issue for Women's Health (33:15); to little surprise, TV definitely puts "Lizzie McGuire" on blast for being an absolute smoke show. TV wants to take advantage during his birthday episode to talk about all things basketball (40:00) with an update on the conference finals in the playoffs and some interesting takes on the state of the sport; before giving an update on the locals with the Tampa Bay Lightning taking advantage of the Florida Panthers in the latest round of the Stanley Cup Playoffs (54:00). The final throwback of the Gents' looking back at their lives and friendship is centered around the legendary Wally Backman (58:20) and his managerial career in minor league baseball, especially in the mini-series 'Playing for Peanuts' with his vulgar antics. TV is currently having an adventure in Munich, Germany (65:20) for a bachelor party and EstoBro is envious that his cohost will be enjoying Bavarian-style beer in the motherland that created the beverage. The Gents will return after a long Memorial Day weekend, which also includes Sunset Music Festival in Tampa, Florida.Be sure to wish TV a very happy birthday for his 'Dirty 30' at his Twitter handle @TheoVVlass
EstoBro's Birthday Episode
May 17 2022
EstoBro's Birthday Episode
Chapter Thirty; a time to reflect on where the Gents of the podcast are celebrating three decades of their life. Of course, EstoBro does not want to celebrate without his best friend TV on his physical birthday. He first begins the episode with a conspiracy theory that Shohei Ohtani is a descendant removed from the great Babe Ruth (1:55) and definitely provides the evidence at hand. TV breaks to EstoBro where he finally saw Dr. Strange in the Multiverse of Madness last week (15:00) and can see where the latter sees the growing pains the MCU is going through in their current arc of films. Keeping the nerd focus heavy, EstoBro inclines TV's interest in fan-made video game mods (21:35) followed by an update on what everyone is watching in anime. In the next segment featuring sports, we get an update from TV regarding the NBA Playoffs (36:15), especially what he makes of his Miami Heat. EstoBro hits TV with all the hard-hitting questions regarding playoff basketball before switching focus to the Stanley Cup Playoffs (53:25) and what to make of the Tampa Bay Lightning's next matchup against the heavily favored Florida Panthers. EstoBro brings back the attention to anime memes in this week's 'Meme Wars' debate (64:20) with modern shows like Attack on Titan and One Punch Man contributing to memes with other classic anime. The Gents loved sharing this moment for EstoBro's birthday...it will definitely spill over into next week's episode when they celebrate TV's as well.
Madness Time: The Multiverse of Shaq, Los Angeles, and Forbidden Kingdom
May 11 2022
Madness Time: The Multiverse of Shaq, Los Angeles, and Forbidden Kingdom
When the month of May comes around, chaos definitely ensues for what is in store for the Gents of the EstoBro TV Podcast. EstoBro is definitely feeling nostalgic talking about movies of the past that he knows he and TV love (4:15). From missing the opportunity to have a doctored Star Wars episode catered to May the Fourth to the guilty pleasures of comedies like Happy Gilmore and Austin Powers. The Gents sure do love to talk movies in the nerd context for sure, and EstoBro has all the details to discuss the latest installment of the MCU with Docter Strange in the Multiverse of Madness (10:25), ***SPOILER WARNING*** and how he felt how the direction of the series of films are going for the fan service. In the music department, EstoBro shares with TV  the sequel of Wale's homage to Seinfeld with More About Nothing and how Wale is one of the biggest contributors to hip-hop (25:10). With the recent wrapping of Winning Time on HBO, the Gents discuss the sports business etiquette of Magic Johnson (31:25) with his success as a winner with the teams he has backed in Los Angeles and the direction he is pushing to purchase the Denver Broncos; including a fellow owner of the Dodgers who just acquired Chelsea F.C. in the latest political theater of Europe. The discussions about the hit show EstoBro is obsessed about having him drooling over another cougar: Jeanie Buss (46:15) the owner of the Los Angeles Lakers and the time she posed for Playboy in the 1990s. Everything transitions well in this episode talking about the Buss family bringing in dynasties, especially with the great Shaquille O'Neal (50:50) who is the topic of being the 'renaissance man of memes' for everything he has placed his face on being a major marketing agent. EstoBro still cannot get over how he saw the basketball great at the latest music festival he attended. Shaq performed at Forbidden Kingdom in Orlando under his stage name: DJ DIESEL and there was plenty of hype during his set during the festival. The Gents look forward to welcoming more of the EDM community on the podcast, where it has more to do with the music, art, or adventures people have enjoyed at these exciting music festivals. The door is always open to the community, as the Gents look to make the podcast as banging as a party to what a heavy lineup looks like.
I Deserve This
May 4 2022
I Deserve This
The Gents had quite the gap between episodes, and they truly deserve what was coming to them. First, EstoBro breaks the ice with his lack of iced coffee while waiting for TV to get to the recording. Secondly, they both had to come clean about not producing an episode the week prior due to some technical difficulties (5:50). The Gents were truly not at fault for losing an episode, and they are truly human to admit their mistakes. They come clean by giving their official review of The Batman (8:40), and where they missed the mark on experiencing this movie in the theater rather than watching it in the luxury of their own homes. After doing some comic book appreciation, EstoBro cannot help himself in poking fun at Elon Musk for purchasing Twitter (21:55) and referring him to most likely becoming the real Bruce Wayne. All jokes aside, both EstoBro and TV had to throw some shade on this year's NFL Draft (31:30) being one of the most disappointing events for football in recent years. Dissecting the idea that this year's draft class was more strategy-based, EstoBro enables the argument on what is the better "draft day movie" between Jerry Maguire and Draft Day. EstoBro cannot let TV have all the fun talking NBA Playoffs, because Stanley Cup Playoffs have also gotten underway (44:50). The Gents first talk about the local hockey team with the Tampa Bay Lightning and their chances of going for three titles in a row, but it does not look like their chances are looking great after their first game against the Toronto Maple Leafs. Still, TV cannot hesitate to still talk shop about basketball (50:00), which in turn explains the level of intellect the pair share on hockey. With the meme wars finally being initiated on the EstoBro TV Podcast, the Gents had to bring back their series of "I Hate My Genitals When..." after the announcement of TV moving on from the service industry (59:40). The topic comes up because the service industry provides more than it should sometimes, which in turn could leave a headache for any server or bartender. Too many opportunities have presented themselves to the hosts of the show, and they want to hear similar stories from their listeners on the relative topic. If you would like to submit your IHMGW story to the podcast, send it to the following email address: estobrotvpod@gmail.com. The Gents are ready to kick off their birthday season, feel free to also send them something nice along the way to the same address.
Nintendo 64:20
Apr 20 2022
Nintendo 64:20
This show is brought to you by a special message from Hello Nurse: porn does indeed save relationships, despite us recording an episode that had evidence that it destroyed one (episode 30). The Gents are ready to celebrate the 64th episode of the podcast by dedicating the show to one thing that brings us life: memes (11:00). After reflecting on how their Easter Sundays went, EstoBro puts TV on the spot about his reaction to the latest Kingdom Hearts news (14:10). The topic is well under discussion, as the popular video game franchise is celebrating its twentieth anniversary. The Gents also enable the fact that Disney should be giving Kingdom Hearts a great deal of more respect, before transitioning to the focus of the new Disney+ series Moon Knight (29:45). EstoBro educates TV a little bit on the latest installment in the Marvel Cinematic Universe, as everyone is getting ready for the wave of movies that will be featured soon. The discussion turns to the NBA playoffs officially underway (38:35), as both EstoBro and TV make bold predictions on who will come out on top as champion in the next few weeks. The major focus of the competition is complemented by the inaugural class of ESPN's Hall of Fame of Sports Memes (67:30). With the anniversary of the crying Michael Jordan meme, the Gents criticize what was selected on the list and what are some honorable mentions to be honored in the HOF in the near future. The show wraps with the 'Who has the munchies?' segment (81:25), basically dedicating the food aspect of the show to the holiday this exact episode releases on. Reflecting on the segment from episodes of the past, the Gents make some commitments to improving a better record of their food debates; from full tailored chicken sandwich reviews to planning road trips for new restaurant experiences.Be sure to follow us everywhere for the EstoBro TV Podcast on all the following social media networks:Twitter: @etv_podInstagram: @estobrotvpodPublic Facebook Group: EstoBro TV PodcastTumblr: Email us: estobrotvpod@gmail.com
Opening Day, Stone Cold at Wrestlemania, and Tiger back for the Masters; Oh My!
Apr 7 2022
Opening Day, Stone Cold at Wrestlemania, and Tiger back for the Masters; Oh My!
The best part about this show is the times when EstoBro enables TV to talk about sports on the podcast. The show opens up with the Gents' admiration for the latest HBO series Winning Time: the Rise of the Lakers Dynasty which debuted earlier in March. The pair talk about how influential the "Showtime Lakers" were for basketball and how their takeover changed the NBA for future greatness. Post the salutations, EstoBro puts the TV on the spot if he has seen The Batman yet (12:50), and the two are surprised how the film has not been spoiled for them yet. Disappointing to announce that E3 will be canceled for the third year in a row (20:40), despite major events resuming in a post-COVID world. The Gents question if the video game expo has seen its final days, as other major conventions like Penny Arcade Expo (PAX) could replace it. Other major cancellations of events are a topic, with EstoBro sad to announce the news for Thunder Beats Music Festival (30:35), which was mentioned in prior episodes that it would have been an inaugural festival in Pensacola, FL; and why the festival is not taking place this April. The major focus of a sports episode takes over by reflecting the results of March Madness (38:00) with Kansas defeating North Carolina and Coach Mike Krzyzewski finally retiring. Redemption arcs are always a great highlight on this podcast, especially when it comes to sports. EstoBro mentioned three major redemption arcs with the announcement of Tiger Woods playing in the Masters' golf tournament (40:00). Followed by the announcement that the Unites States' national men's soccer team is returning to the World Cup this winter in Qatar (50:00). Finally, the last major story in redemption is Stone Cold Steve Austin returning to the ring at the biggest stage of them all: Wrestlemania (55:50). The Gents loved the effort by Austin 3:16, but they can only assume that this is a desperate cry for ratings that WWE obviously needs. The time of year that EstoBro has been waiting for again, which happens to be baseball season (63:45), as he goes into detail with Opening Day starting this weekend and makes his season predictions on who will do well and be in the playoffs at the very end. With baseball season starting up, the Gents can only expect ratings for the show to drop with EstoBro planning to complain about MLB more...time will tell. Like this major sports episode? Look into "Deadlock Sports Talk" where EstoBro was featured on the podcast to talk all things baseball. Great interaction to help the podcast networking community! Look into the show wherever you can stream all of your podcast necessities or here:
The Greatest Night in the History of Television
Mar 30 2022
The Greatest Night in the History of Television
The title of the episode being self-explanatory, the event that took place at the 94th Academy Awards with the altercation between Chris Rock and Will Smith became the cold open of the podcast that EstoBro and TV had to talk about. The pair share their opinions (2:00) and the most recent results of the dust settling between the two super stars. After the major headline being discussed, TV also reflects on what happened at his bar over the weekend with meeting Christopher McDonald (13:15), better known as Shooter McGavin from the hit sports film Happy Gilmore. The discussion of sports being on the brain has the Gents reflect on the results of March Madness so far (20:10) including the infamous Cinderella story of the St. Peters Peacocks and the storybook ending to Coach Mike Krzyzewski leading his Duke Blue Devils to another Final Four in the tournament. EstoBro reflects going to the movies over the weekend, also to reach for the hype that surrounds the new Sonic the Hedgehog 2 live action film (30:00). He also inclines the question that if this is the major requirement when it comes to video game movies, as opposed to live action video films have been not come close to satisfactory by any means for video game fans. The show reaches the climax for the episode with major discussion on what qualifies as a pizza (41:20) as EstoBro reveals to TV a new blend of toppings that came from a soccer match in Japan. The debate reaches new limits, especially with the surprise EstoBro had reserved for TV in order to hear a live reaction on the podcast.
Head in the Clouds
Mar 25 2022
Head in the Clouds
Every fast-food chain wants their shot at the clown, and that makes Pusha T the court jester in everyone's court. The podcast opens up with EstoBro grilling Many Hatake and special guest Nick Lucius over when was the last time they ordered a Filet-O-Fish sandwich (5:30). The conversation transitions into the latest 'beef' that Pusha T is serving up against McDonald's; and he's doing it with the support of Arby's advertising. EstoBro introduces Mandy Hatake and Nick Lucius (12:45) in the formal introduction for the listening audience. Nick Lucius is a local artist from Tampa who has been styling and profiling all over the state of Florida for a few good years now. Without TV on the episode, there is no reason to hold a conversation about sports, however, EstoBro wants to discuss how sports jerseys have been the latest fashion trend for bands and artists are using to express their art forms thoroughly (22:00). The conversation focuses for the collective locks their attention on art, especially to celebrate the work of Nick Lucius and what inspires him to be an absolute creative (33:00). Nick also celebrates his major win displaying his work at Art Basel in Miami and how the rest of the podcast love the major influence of the area has on artists. Nick Lucius also takes the time to explain how artists are influencing NFTs (49:05) and the valued importance on how it will preserve art in the future. The show turns into several debates before the 'Who has the munchies?' segment (55:55) where EstoBro is tired about artists painting impression fruit bowls and Nick says that is bar Zukku San in Wesley Chapel is totally Flavortown (68:35).Check out all of Nick Lucius' work on his Instagram @nicholasluciusart to see his amazing glow up and where all his artistic adventures take him.
Pete Davidson Rounds Third
Mar 16 2022
Pete Davidson Rounds Third
EstoBro returned from the portal of Okeechobee Music and Arts Festival only to see the world...just as confusing as he left it. From gas prices being inflated to TV finally fixing his internet to be on the latest episode of the podcast. The show begins with the recent news of Pete Davidson finally breaking his silence against Kanye West publicly humiliating himself (1:15). The Gents welcome back DJ 4Site back to the program to weigh his opinion on the matter, as an avid hip-hop fan and a fellow native of the Windy City. After the cold opening on who would win a fight to keep Kim Kardashian, the collective get to work to discuss how life has been recently before breaking nerd news (19:00). EstoBro is excited to celebrate the remaster of JoJo's Bizarre Adventure: All Star Battle R for the signature anime that has some of the dankest memes around...only to be debated and dismantled by TV and 4Site to say that Naruto still has the best anime memes of all time. EstoBro still hungover about music festivals (30:45) leaves him excited to discuss the MLB Innings Music Festival taking place in Tampa, which headlines Green Day and the Lumineers with a bunch of other awesome bands and former ball players. With the transition on talking about the music festival, 4Site reprises his appearance to discuss the ending of the MLB Lockout (38:00) as promised after he and EstoBro discussed baseball being shut down at the beginning of winter. The discussions of sports and throwback to prior episodes have the Gents discuss the return of Tom Brady coming back just after announcing his retirement (50:55). The juicer details that EstoBro has 4Site reveal from the MLB Lockout included some plot thwarting by the infamous Scott Boras (56:00); which was one of the biggest reasons why the new deal between the players and the owners got side tracked in the first place. The show wraps with the focus on Raising Canes (72:25) and deciding that is the chicken joint is worthy of the podcast's "Chicken Sandwich Wars" after Los Angeles Dodgers pitcher Clayton Kershaw as spotted working at the chain shortly before the Lockout ended. Tune into more episodes of the EstoBro TV Podcast and lookout for DJ 4Site's tracks to be shared by EstoBro in the coming future!