Recorded LIVE @ GMFM, Sterling celebrates his 100th episode and 8th year podcasting with Kortney, returning guest co-host Gerry Williams, and special guest gospel comedian Chris Clark.

Sterling briefly describes the Fermi Paradox or watch this video to get you started (the videos suggested are also recommended if interested)

BHF: The story of Robert Smalls 

Watch the live broadcast of this episode!

Check out Chris Clark and what he's up to next.

Best of 2018, or at least the first half of it. Clips from episodes 66-76!

Special thanks to @southerncynic for helping to compile these clips.

It's what Sterling and Kortney have been waiting to talk about all year and finally dive into the nitty-gritty of the biggest film of their lifetime.

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episode 98 - homecoming

She's back! Stephanie Williams continues her podcast tour. Also, Beyonce. Sterling, Kortney and Stephanie are just hanging out this episode.

Sterling, Kortney and Neysha discuss the after-effects of watching Jordan Peele's Us, the rush to buy tickets for Avengers: Endgame and re-order and review Love, Death + Robots without spoilers. Sterling introduces a new term, actually two: "night water" and "mouth feel." Later, Kortney delivers some mind-blowing facts about space and Sterling follows up with the Fermi Paradox. Extra bits from this episode will be found on Patreon. To get tickets for Chris Clark go to bit.ly/GMFMComedy. Follow Neysha on Twitter @La_Ney_sha

Sterling just received Spider-Man: Into the Spiderverse on Blu-ray and is properly geeked out about it. He tries to convince Kortney to let a radioactive spider bite her or at least watch the movie with her. Later, Sterling talks about Christine Houston, creator of 227 and a story of the birth of twin ducks. Kortney and Sterling ponder the shape of a possibly expanding universe and then dive into a full-on discussion of Captain Marvel.

An exhausted Sterling and Kortney throw the regular format out of the window and discuss their pet peeves, including people who still wish you a happy New Year in March. March 11th to be specific. 

Sterling and Kortney welcome LaBlaq to this special Black History themed episode. There is some talk of new galaxies being discovered and moon phases, but mostly historical and monumental Black figures like Mae Jemison, Gerald Lawson and the new Netflix documentary The Two Killings of Sam Cooke. LaBlaq brings a detailed report on the Tulsa Riots which you can hear on Patreon, which includes an extended aftershow conversation about the topic and how we can move forward knowing what we know. Lastly, Sterling has an exciting announcement!

See more of LaBlaq's work: http://lablaqcreativ.com

Tulsa Riots on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/posts/24848123

Oscars 2019 prediction ballot: http://bit.ly/INDOscars2019

In this special Oscar-themed episode, Sterling welcomes cinephile and film critic extraordinaire Candice Frederick to talk snubs, nominations, hopefuls and favorites. Spoiler alert: Alfonso Cuaron's Roma and Adam McKay's Vice are mentioned quite a bit... Thoughts on who should win the majority of the categories, which might help you make your predictions with our official Oscar prediction ballot: bit.ly/INDOscars2019

Follow Candice on Twitter: @Reeltalker and read her work at candicefrederick.contently.com

Sterling and Kortney welcome special guest and certified blerd Connie (@ConStar24) to nerd out about Doctor Who and just how many times she's been blessed to see Hamilton. Live. In person. In NYC. We're not jealous. Connie and Sterling relive the East Coast version of Polar Vortex, whilst Kortney enjoys warmer weather and debates the validity of climate change. Sterling reviews the film "The Hurricane Heist" and later salutes Candice Payne.

An official Oscar's special isn't set yet but you can make your predictions here: bit.ly/INDOscars2019 and winners will be announced on episode 95!

Cold open: Rosa Parks. Happy 106th!

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