Ka-Pow the Pop Cultured Podcast #126 The Search for Jesses


It's a big week for news around these parts, and Ka-Pow the Pop Cultured Podcast is here to cover as much of it as we can.  Things kick off by saying goodbye to Stan Lee, recounting what he meant to the world at large and to us in particular.  Then we peruse the most recent Netflix releases like "She-Ra" and an off-kilter Western from the Coen Brothers, catch up on some of our favorite superhero shows and prepare for this year's upcoming Poobah Awards by watching as many recent movies as possible.  All that and a Perlmutter story about bribing dirty cops makes for one heckuva show.  Excelsior!

Length - 02:01:51

Language - PG-13.  (Contains mild adult language.)



Isaac Perlmutter named in NYPD bribery scandal, eulogizing Stan Lee and deciding on the One Job we'll most remember him by.


0:31:47 - GAMING

Recounting a dominating performance during Marvel night at our local pub trivia, tending our share of pretty horses in "Red Dead Redemption 2" and beginning The Search for Jesse in a long-running game of Dragon Age.


0:44:03 - MOVIE NEWS

A long-winded title for the "Birds of Prey" movie, Amazon Prime members can watch "Aquaman" early, seeing Spike Lee's "BlacKkKlansman" in preparation for this year's Poobah Awards, checking off October's list of Essential Films and getting out to see the recent movies "Creed II," "Bohemian Rhapsody" and "Widows."



"The Ballad of Buster Scruggs" debuts on Netflix, sampling "She-Ra and the Princesses of Power," new episodes of "Mystery Science Theater 3000," Adam Sandler gets sentimental in "100% Fresh" standup special, "Remastered 2: Tricky Dick and the Man in Black" tells a timely story about Johnny Cash performing at the White House, cooling off on "House of Cards," Julia Roberts comes to the small screen in "Homecoming" and "The Romanoffs" anthology nears its end.



Kelly Ripa cast in "Riverdale," the surprisingly popular "Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D." renewed, recapping the unpredictable recent episodes of "DC's Legends of Tomorrow," lots of new villains on "The Flash," a taste of "Titans" and the rest of the DC app, the first season of British spy series "Killing Eve" and critical acclaim for the latest "Doctor Who."