VideoETA Podcast #10: 200 Meeellion Dollars

Posted Tuesday, May 15, 2012 at 12:01 AM Central
Last updated Sunday, May 13, 2012 at 9:06 PM Central

by John Couture

Has it really been a decade? Well no, it's actually only been about six months, but we've finally reached the milestone of 10 podcasts. Of course, with a newborn in the house, it has felt like a decade, but I digress.

If we were a TV sitcom, we would celebrate with a clip show. Well, we aren't and let's face it, we don't have enough high points yet to fill an entire podcast, but I think we're getting the hang of it.

We have evolved the podcast a bit and I think we are finally at a point where we have it at a time that feels right and still gives us plenty of time to make our points. Of course, we do the podcasts for you (well, we do like to hear ourselves talk naturally, but mostly it's for you) and because of that, we welcome your feedback to make this podcast the best that it can be.

This week, I'm chilling at the beach, but the show must go on, so we put this episode in the can last week. In this episode, Tim and I look back at the huge opening number put up by The Avengers and look forward to speculate on whether The Dark Knight Rises has any chance to usurp its place at the top of the box office charts.

Don't call it a comeback yo, but I reversed the Box Office Over/Under (BOOU) standings over the last two weeks when Tim took the under on my $152 number for The Avengers and I took the under on his $40 for Dark Shadows). So, here we stand at 6-5 and Tim looks to take back the lead with BOOU numbers for Battleship and Men in Black 3.

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