We jam out to Guitar Hero 5! What does $4 billion dollars buy you? Marvel, of course. Is "Community" the next great TV comedy? Plus, we look back at the first season of "Friday Night Lights."
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It has been a HUGE week of film news and Alex, Dan, and Jeff jump right into discussing the pros and cons of Disney's acquisition of comic giant, Marvel. Is Mickey Mouse hero or villain? And will the future of Marvel properties be in jeopardy?
Also, Jon Favreau and Robert Downey Jr. team up for the adaptation of the comic Cowboys & Aliens. The duo had success with Iron Man and the guys debate whether or not lightning will strike twice.
And finally, nostalgia returns with the Disney World revivals of Captain EO and Star Tours!
Dust off those plastic instruments and jump into the party with Guitar Hero 5! As Dan is puking his guts out on vacation, Alex and Jeff head over to the offices of Neversoft Entertainment for some hands-on and a behind-the-scenes tour. New features, such as unlocked songs and an awesome party mode, round out a great sequel to the franchise. But will it be enough to unseat the Rock Band competition? Alex and Jeff fill Dan in on the details.
The new TV season is right around the corner and Alex, Dan, and Jeff are searching for the next big thing. The Soup's Joel McHale and comedy veteran Chevy Chase star in NBC's Community, a single-camera comedy with huge potential. The guys watch the pilot and think there's a lot of fun to be had. Will you agree? Check it out for yourself when it premieres on September 17th at 9:30/8:30c on NBC.
Clear eyes, full hearts, can't lose! Friday Night Lights has been on the "Babylon 5 List of Shame" for too long and the guys decide to finally take a look at the first season. Is it too much soap opera or the perfect combination of drama and character? Here's a clue: Jeff watched two seasons in just one week.