HAPPY BIRTHDAY! It’s The Crossover Podcasts 4th birthday and to celebrate Craig joins Matt to discuss the NHL Trade Deadline, Winter Olympics, Blue Jays, and The Bachelor.
Craig joins Matt to discuss the finale of The Bachelorette, Paradise, and who the next Bachelor may be. Afterwards, at the 22 minute mark, we flip over to Game of Thrones and Kevin and Kyle join to discuss the fan loved episode “The Spoils of War”.
Something for everyone this week. First, Craig joins Matt to discuss the Fantasy Suites on The Bachelorette before (29:00 minute mark) talking Kyrie Irving and the potential of Lebron to LA. Afterwards, Mike, Kyle, and Kevin come on to breakdown the latest episode of Game of Thrones titled “Stormborn”.
A double feature this week on the podcast. First, Rob and Mike join Matt to discuss the season seven premier of Game of Thrones “Dragonstone”. Then at the 43:00 minute mark Craig comes on to discuss an all-timer moment during Bachelorette hometown dates.
Jess and Craig join Matt to discuss this weeks double dose of The Bachelorette. Matt also rants about how stupid Handball is.
Matt is once again joined by Jess and Craig to recap the latest episode of The Bachelorette and breakdown the roster for Bachelor in Paradise.
Jess and Craig join Matt to discuss the second episode of The Bachelorette and critique the performance of real life Wonder Woman Rachel Lindsey.
Jess is back and she joins Craig and Matt to discuss the season premier of The Bachelorette (mostly Whaboom guy). At the 54:00 minute mark, we switch gears to talk a little PK Subban and Ottawa attendance numbers.
Matt and Craig get caught up on the NHL Playoffs, discuss the legacy’s of Sidney Crosby and Alexander Ovechkin, the NBA playoffs and draft results, and briefly talk the nightmare season for the Toronto Blue Jays. They then switch to some pop culture and converse about the first season of Riverdale, season five of Arrested Development, the new Bachelor spin-off, and CM Punk on MTVs The Challenge.
Jess, Craig, and Matt discuss the finale of The Bachelor, the After the Rose show, and Matt pitches his idea for season 2 of Riverdale.