The season finale of the Casserole dives into football movies - which ones are good, which ones could use some work and which ones shouldn't have been remade. A fantasy football draft builds two fictional teams based on pro football movies (that is, until someone breaks the rules).
The guys get a little testy as they reveal some of their biggest pet peeves. Which one tops them all? That's answered in "The GOAT List," while everyone puts their personal pet peeves on trial - and determines what sentence they should receive. One annoying song is voted off in "One's Gotta Go."
The guys discuss commercials - good ones, bad ones and memorable ones. A new segment debuts where the gang picks their most overrated Super Bowl commercial ever, and which Budweiser ad has to go in "One's Gotta Go."
The guys talk about their formative years, or at least high school, anyway. Then, they create Casserole County High School with teachers from various TV shows and kick one bad administrator out in "One's Gotta Go."
Ever find anything you thought might be valuable, only to find out it was a piece of junk? Or did it turn out to be worth something after all? The gang talks about discoveries and looks at some of the biggest scores this side of pirate booty in this week's episode.
How's your memory? Probably not as good as you might think, as Chris finds out the hard way during this week's quiz. Four country songs about memories vie for the top spot in "The GOAT List," while four of Bob Seger's songs try to avoid being kicked to the curb on "One's Gotta Go."
While the coronavirus pandemic continues to escalate, the guys put together a team of TV doctors and nurses to run their own hospital - Casserole Hospital. Afterwards, they chose one daytime game show to go home with nothing on "One's Gotta Go."
Casey officially joins the team this week, and the crew discusses various ethical points before naming the top con artist in "The GOAT List." Also, great film lawyers are on the chopping block during "One's Gotta Go."
We were told there'd be flying cars. There aren't, but that doesn't mean technology hasn't consumed our lives. Just like a certain android (or the actress who plays her) hasn't consumed one of the crew. Either way, we dive into technology in this episode and pick the greatest android in film and TV in "The GOAT List."
What makes a good villain? Why are villains important? What's the difference between a villain and an evil person? We don't know, but we're going to try and tell you anyway. A super-sized version of the GOAT List tries to name the greatest villain in literature or film. Meanwhile, we're the villains in deciding which actor who played James Bond gets the axe in "One's Gotta Go."
In the pilot episode of the Casserole of Nonsense podcast, Chris and Scott choose the best Christmas song and Christmas TV special through two segments of "The GOAT List," name their Schmucks of the Week in "Schmuck You," and eliminate a Christmas candy and a cocktail in two rounds of "One's Gotta Go."