On this episode of the Mallory Bros. Podcast, the fellas start with a Birthday Weekend Recap, talking about the things they did and how they feel getting older. They then do a brief recap of thoughts on the Kendrick Album a week later. J Cole's name comes up as they debate a track from Forest Hill's Drive to Kendrick's "We Cry Together", and then they speak on what they expect musically for the rest of the year. There's a good segment regarding health as the gentlemen pay their respects to Lil Need and speak to the importance of taking health more serious even at a young age. Terrell then gets the soapbox out to speak on what he believes people should pay attention to regarding the Shooting in Buffalo and the gentlemen pay more respect to the victims who tragically lost their lives. For the sports segment the fellas talk a little NBA Playoff Basketball, and they close out with a salute to the graduating high school class of 2022 and give advice on choosing what to do next!
On a very special 100th episode of the Mallory Bros. Podcast, the bros. start with some reflection on their podcast journey and talk about each of their favorite episodes. They then talk about their thoughts on Kendrick Lamar's "The Heart Part V" and give predictions and thoughts about what is to be expected from his album "Mr. Morale and the Big Steppers". With Mother's Day this past weekend, the bros speak on what they did for Mom. They talk the recent arrests of Young Thug and Gunna. Terrance leads us into a conversation about Dreams and Realities and they get a lil conspiracy theory-ish.. but in an interesting thought provoking way! Terrance runs us through Tech Corner and they finish with Sports!
On this episode of the Mallory Bros. Podcast, the bros start with a random ass appreciation for the movie Biker Boyz. Terrance tells the world how much he loves the new Panera Bread Chicken Sandwich. They 100% did NOT pay us for this free promo smh. They recap Future's album a week later, give favorite tracks, and talk Pluto doing 200K first week. They discuss Jack Harlow and talk expectations for his album and comparisons to Drake. Terrance gives us a Met Gala rundown. Terrell talks about the Great Resignation and the guys discuss reasons people are quitting their jobs. They talk about the potential overturning of Roe v Wade, Ozark, TV Character arcs, the NFL Draft, and Charisma in the NBA. All that and More!
On this episode of the Mallory Bros. Podcast, the bros start with a discussion about the music industry and the importance or unimportance of first week numbers. They then talk about the 44 Billion dollar acquisition of Twitter made by Elon Musk and discuss whether this is a good thing, or a bad thing. This leads to a conversation about the influence of Black Twitter, The Viral rendition of Lil Baby's verse on Wants and Needs, and their honest opinion on the phrase "Invited to the Cookout". They also have a TV Segment where they cover some recent things in TV and Film from Shows to Cinemacon. They also have a small debate about Meryl Streep and Viola Davis. They have the sports segment where they talk the NBA Draft, the Playoff picture and more. Sprinkled in are some of Terrance's weird what if scenarios and Terrell's random customer service woes.
On this episode of the Mallory Bros. Podcast, the bros start with a Recap of Easter Weekend and some of the things they did with family. They Recap Coachella and some of the highlights they saw from the 3 day event. The news of the week was Kendrick Lamar's announcing of a new album to drop just before the Bros birthday. They talk expectations for the album and talk about how the world may receive it. They each saw "Everything, Everywhere, All At Once" in theaters this weekend and they loved it. They have an interesting conversation about Ice Cream. They talk about the false rumors surrounding Rihanna, and how the world is starting to take on rumors as facts. This leads to a conversation about how the world thrives in Disfunction. They talk Viola Davis' upcoming portrayal of Michelle Obama and address criticism. They speak to Netflix's recent subscriber loss and talk options for the future. They do some late NBA Picks per listeners request. They talk Snowfall, Atlanta and writing for television and more!
On this episode of the Mallory Bros. Podcast, the bros start with a recap of Terrell's trip to Costa Rica. They then get to a discussion about Drake's recent leaked verse on Jack Harlow's track. This leads to a discussion around Drake's beef with Pusha T. They then talk about J Cole's reign as Feature King and Terrance takes a very "Terrance" take on J Cole's status in the Game and challenges J Cole's fans with perspective. They then get into some TV with a discussion about Peacocks "Bel Air" and Netflix's newest #1, "The Ultimatum".
On this episode of the Mallory Bros. Podcast, the fellas discuss their thoughts on the Grammy's. They then discuss if it's necessary to ask your girl the "Do you want to be my girlfriend?" question to make it official. This leads to a conversation about social media and whether your significant other has the authority to tell you whether or not you can like other girls/guys pictures. The highpoint of this episode is the Bros. discussion of the recent comments made by Channing Crowder about Ciara, Russell Wilson and Future. How is Russell Wilson a Square? is the question posed by Terrell. And Terrance, as per usual, presents a very unique answer to this question. The guys talk TV, they answer the question of whether a man can buy your girl a drink and how you should respond. They give movie suggestions of the Week, and Terrance gives an impromptu masterclass on Sexual Tension in film. A Gem of a discussion.
As you all know via last week's podcast, the Bros. were excited as always about the Oscar Awards happening Sunday. Since attending and graduating from Film School, its been a tradition of theirs for 10+ Years... That said, they had a front seat, live reaction to what became the craziest night in TV history. On this episode of the Mallory Bros. Podcast, the bros. talk IN DEPTH, about their reaction and thoughts on the feud between two of their beloved icons, Chris Rock and Will Smith. After the hour and a half long discussion the fellas talk HBO's "House of Dragon", Creed III, Patreon Livestreams, and Terrance has an edgy critique of the new season of Donald Glover's "Atlanta". S3.
On this episode of the Mallory Bros. podcast, the fellas start with a conversation about the Grammy's decision to bar Kanye West, as well as J Prince's suggestion to have artist perform. They talk about Snowfall and challenge it's creativity and speak to how todays writers fear taking daring steps in the stories they tell and continuously bail out characters in ways that are unrealistic.They then speak to Bel-Air and the changes made between the original and the adaption. This sparks the conversation about Netflix as a Streaming Service and the changes they aim to implement. They compare these companies and their impact. They have a conversation about Pusha T's Arby's McDonald's diss as well as make a most random comparison of Jazmine Sullivan and Beyoncè. Terrance highlights social medias impact on dating in 2022 , Terrell speaks to facing your fears in front of your youth. They close with Movie Suggestions of the Week, Oscars on Sunday, and talk about all of the NFL Offseason craze from the past week.
On this episode of the Mallory Bros. Podcast, the guys open with a conversation about who gets more women. This sparks a conversation about which twin was the inspiration for the current Mallory Bros "look". They speak on Kendrick's Potential music to come in 2022, and discuss their impatience with how long its been. They then give needed flowers to Monique for her contribution and speak to the impact of black trauma roles in film as they correlate to awards without future acclaim. They talk about the free agency frenzy that has been happening on a day to day around the NFL and speak to Deshaun Watson's return. They then talk about DL Hugely's recent feud with Kanye West and fighting the uphill battle of fighting a narrative. They close with a strong tech corner!