Do you expect us to talk? begins to wrap up it’s Marvel series with a commentary of Black Panther. As with most of our commentary tracks, Becca, Dave and Chris mostly talk about everything else but the film itself. However, we delve into why Peter Sellers is not in this, the similarities of the first act and a Bond film, T’Challa explaining the ending of Blade 2 to Erik Killmonger, the disappointing lack of female nudity and how your wife can end conflicts by being in a mood.
Do you expect us to talk? is at Endgame now. After 10 years, Marvel has finally reached the huge landmark in what is an end of one era and the start of a new one. After Thanos wiped out half the universes population, the rest of the Avengers seek out revenge. However, when a possible solution arises that could reverse the damage caused, The Avengers must risk everything one more time. One thing is sure, there’ll be tears by the end.
Join Becca, Dave and Chris as we discuss, the laws of time travel, Austin Powers, perfect endings, fat shaming, who has mayo on hot dogs, new Hulk and Dave has a better theory for an ending than the Russos.
Do You Expect Us To Talk? enters the last leg before we reach the Endgame with Avengers Infinity War. Thanos finally makes his arrival to collect all six infinity stones. With the plan to bring balance to the universe with a single click. It must take the fractured Avengers with the help of The Guardians of the Galaxy and a few new recruits, to stop him. Can they do it? Well I guess we’ll have to wait and s……….
Join Becca, Dave and Chris and we discuss Thor Ragnarok almost being irrelevant, is Infinity War overstuffed, Quill always fucking up, does Thanos’ plan make sense, Continuity Voldemort, Video Game Lady and the Cave Troll from Fellowship of the Ring, the real reason why Clint is back in the next film and who’d eat a deep fried kebab?
Do You Expect Us To Talk? continues with one of its biggest hits to date, Black Panther. Introducing Wakanda, a highly advanced African country blessed with Vibranium from a meteorite, is hidden away from the world. T’Challa is the newly appointed King following the death of his father, taking on the role of Wakanda’s protector, the Black Panther. T’Challa tracks black-market arms dealer Ulysses Klaue, wanted for stealing Vibranium technology. Unbeknownst to him, Klaue is working with Erik Killmonger, who is connected with T’Challa’s late father’s past that could jeopardise Wakanda’s and the worlds way of life.
Join Becca, Dave and Chris as we talk about Peter Sissons in The Pink Panther, how Chris doesn’t listen, the magic of Vibranium Becca tries not to mispronounce names and Tom Selleck’s moustache.