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Mario's video games tend to be pretty tame and straightforward, but any time he warps into another medium things get freaking wild. From R-Rated manga to adult videos to icecapades, Mario's non-gaming adventures are mostly experiences Nintendo probably wants to keep buried. But now the truth is being revealed. 

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Star Wars "Legends" content has always been pretty variable in quality, but we're not interested in the safe stuff like Thrawn or Mara Jade—we're talkin' Luke seducing multiple dead girls, Leia trying to delay puberty through dance, and Jedi masters named after, uh, self love. This is Canonball.

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Movies are really fun as long as you don't stop and smell the civilian casualties or take stock of how many fish Aquaman sends to their deaths or how many people Spider-Man lets get obliterated by a crane or how Ready Player One's Wade Watts is even less cool than we think. "Doctor" Jordan Breeding returns this week to point out all sorts of little depressing details that were snuck into movies that you probably never noticed!

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The history of the Justice League is almost as long as the Snyder Cut's runtime. And it's chock full of fascinating stuff, especially at the beginning like Wonder Woman's love of BDSM, Superman's origins as an evil homeless guy, and Darkseid's insatiable thirst for monogamy. Also, Batman was blonde. This is CanonBall.

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Superman & Lois is the latest CW show set in the Arrowverse, and it promises to adapt the couple's famous, long-enduring relationship in a grounded and thoughtful way. You know, basically the exact opposite of how it goes in the comics where we get Lois trying to kill herself for Superman's pleasure, the seduction of multiple babies, and Superman transforming his girlfriend "plump" and also an entirely different race. This is Canonball.

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Presumably, every single writer in Hollywood was at some point in time a teenager. At the very least, they probably inject themselves with teenage blood in order to keep their organs strong and their skin moist. So how in the world do they know nothing about them? Thankfully, "Doctor" Jordan Breeding is oft accused of having a teenage sense of humor, so join him as he tears apart teenage movie tropes that have no grounding in reality.

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WandaVision is easily the most popular show streaming right now about a scarlet witch of vaguely defined powers living inside a vintage sitcom with her dead husband, an android named Vision who used to be Robert Downey Jr.'s robo-butler named JARVIS. Second on to The Crown, probably. We don't know, we haven't seen it. But the weird thing is, everything we just described is actually an extremely simplified version of Scarlet Witch's comic book adventures. If you think the show is perplexing, your head might explode upon learning that if you dig deep into the comics' canon… it's pretty messed up. So let's go ahead and do that. This is CanonBall.

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Did Obi-Wan WANT Padme and Anakin to get together in Star Wars? Was John Connor encouraging Kyle Reese to get with his mom in Terminator? Should Passengers have given Chris Pratt and Jennifer Lawrence an entirely different ending? "Doctor" Jordan Breeding slips into something a bit more comfortable to take a deeply embarrassing look at some of film's most deeply disturbing romantic couples. So grab a glass of something bubbly, and start your Valentine's Day Weekend the right way.

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Everybody assumes Keanu Reeve's John Wick's greatest skill is his ability to headshot 20 dudes in five seconds, but what if his actual greatest ability is being a super nice guy and a great friend? Carly Snowdon and Jordan Breeding dive straight into the shadowy weeds to discuss the qualifications of an expert assassin, what it means to be a good friend, and whether there will ever be a better action franchise than "The Raid."

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Despite the vast and wondrous spectrum that is man, Hollywood franchises like Mission Impossible, James Bond, and the DCEU all seem to have extremely specific ideas of what a man is supposed to be… and they're not super great. "Doctor" Jordan Breeding digs into it all, because he is a man - give or take.

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What are the mutant historians like in 'Logan' or the NYC attack truthers in 'Ghostbusters' or the true-crime enthusiasts in 'The Terminator'? Movie universes are much larger than the seven people we follow during the movie, but who the heck lives there and what are they up to? "Doctor" Jordan Breeding returns to deep dive into a few cinematic universes and ring in the new year the only way he knows how.

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Our friends at Cracked are back it again with another brilliant installment in their ongoing video series. We're still getting over their last video where they remade "Tenet" with $20. Naturally, this one's comedy gold as well. 

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Have you ever thought it strange that Marty McFly's grandparents left him unconscious for nine hours in BACK TO THE FUTURE? How about God's willingness to let BRUCE become ALMIGHTY? Is Santa a real jerk in ELF? "Doctor" Jordan Breeding returns this week to wish you Happy Holidays and uncover a bunch of secret nut jobs hiding in some of your favorite movies. Sorry.


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The Santa Clause is the heartwarming family tale of Tim Allen murdering Santa Claus which seems like a pretty good deal until you do some math and realize that single night of delivering presents lasts thousands of years thanks to Santa's magical time-stopping powers. Which makes us wonder, did Tim Allen actually kill Santa, or did Santa fake his death to escape from the endless torture of being Big Man Christmas? We investigate with Movie Math!

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People born before 1990 know exactly what we're talking about when we discuss the ancient, mystical tradition of finding dirty magazine stashes in the woods. Who put them there? Dads? Other kids? Big... Dirty? Join us this week as Melissa plunges into this particularly strange nostalgia wormhole and proves that, yes, this phenomenon is a REAL THING.


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What would happen if Jack and Rose swapped genders in 'Titanic'? What about if 'The Shape of Water' starred a lonely male janitor going to town on a lady fish? What if Marty's Mom in 'Back to the Future' was a peeping... Jane?