Show introduction this week includes the story of Detroit Mayor Mike Duggan suing the state over Mandatory no-fault insurance, Detroit’s Green Acres neighborhood is working to keep a Corned Beef Egg Roll restaurant out and the Trumbullplex turns 25.
We then dive into our recap of Episode 07×04 of The Venture Bros . After the Morphic Trilogy it feels like we’re finally diving into what this seasons gonna be about. School year kicks off for Dean, while Hank embraces the privacy of a swinging new bachelor pad. Dr. Venture’s new invention has the potential to keep Venture Industries afloat and The Monarch continues his climb up the ranks to eventually be reassigned his former nemesis.
Featured segment this week is Robert’s interview with Jon Diener, front man of Flint based band Baggage and former drummer of long time punk rock road dogs The Swellers. The two discuss Jon’s thoughts near the end of The Swellers, formation of his new project as well as the upcoming Hope: A Comic for Flint Anthology which Jon curated set for release September 1st.
First Friday of the month means its time for our September 2018 Movie Preview. This time around we check out The Nun, The Predator, The House With a Clock In Its Walls, Fahrenheit 11/9 and The Old Man & The Gun.
We end the show with something a little different as Skrimps gives us a rundown of the Detroit Month of Design, which features a ton of different events and runs all through the month of September.