It’s the end of another year of The Big Wakeup Call! We close out the radio year and take a look back at 2019 with our special guests Scott Aukerman, David Wain, Dylan Brody, Heather Cocks & Jessica Morgan, Bill McCormick, and a special musical performance from Laurie Berkner!
The Big Wakeup Call’s 2019 End-of-the-Year show is sponsored by Hotel 99, Same Day Mattress, Dayquil, and Dollar Health Club.
In his latest visit from the World News Center, Bill McCormick led a discussion on scientific truths and myths about shrinking things (I’m realizing just now we should have tackled Shrinky Dinks. Plus: Bill’s onesie factory, Sid and Marty Krofft, defending Ant-Man, 100 pound golf balls and 3-D printing giant brains.
Bill McCormick called in for his regular update from the World News Center to share news about commercially available Star Trek-type replicators, all-in-one fruit trees, and how all of humanity is basically related to either Genghis Khan or one of three Bronze Age guys. He also scares the heck out of us with news of $15,000 reverse-engineered German wolves.
Even though the trailer makes it look like an after-school special, Bill McCormick from the World News Center says even those of us who aren’t teen girls will enjoy the new Supergirl series. Bill also shared details on the new Teen Titans and Legends of Tomorrow series.
Bill McCormick checks in from the World News Center with a warning not to get sick in Florida. Bill also talks about a special opportunity to engage in some Marvel marathon viewing and how fan fiction is helping shape the next series of TV superhero projects.
During Bill McCormick’s weekly visit from the World News Center, he shared some exciting news for those with food allergies, and then gave us the breakdown on superhero movies coming out now through 2020.
During his weekly segment, Bill McCormick called in from the World News Center to give us more updates on Batman vs. Superman filming in Chicago, news about Suicide Squad casting, and how this podcast has taken on an international flavor. We also briefly revisit Bill’s controversial Thanksgiving story about how the beloved Squanto was actually a real jerkstore.
During Bill McCormick’s weekly segments, we’ve been so busy being educational and sharing information on all the new superhero movies that we’ve been neglecting all the stories from our favorite state. This week, we remedied that.