title

Toga In The Morning

Grisha and Sasha Kramer

0
Followers
0
Plays
Toga In The Morning

Toga In The Morning

Grisha and Sasha Kramer

0
Followers
0
Plays
OVERVIEWEPISODESYOU MAY ALSO LIKE

Details

About Us

Toga In The Morning is a podcast featuring two brothers who review movies, drink, play improv games we invented, drink, check in with the bandleader Bjork, and drink.

Latest Episodes

Episode 206: A Man's Smell is His Soul, A Man's Conscience is His Castle

EThe boys review the latest and greatest third movie in the smash hit Dragonheart franchise, Dragonheart 4: The Quest for the Heart(h)fire. Drinks are made, drinks are drunk, drunks talk. Bonus forensic filmography segment before the close.

-1 s2018 AUG 21
Comments
Episode 206: A Man's Smell is His Soul, A Man's Conscience is His Castle

Episode 205: The Penultimate Bene Gesserit

EToga In The Morning returns with down-home, off-the-cuff, relaxed introduction as the boys freestyle conversation like it's the podcasting X-Games. Then, special guest Bruce Greenhorn appears on the program to promote his terrible reductionist version of Star Wars: The Last Jedi. The boys travel to West Hollywood to record this train wreck.

-1 s2018 JUL 4
Comments
Episode 205: The Penultimate Bene Gesserit

Episode 204: Robot Shakedown Pt 2 Reloaded

EThe boys go for broke with their review of Now You See Me 2: The See-ening. Is Morgan Freeman the Ruff Monster's father? This and many other questions answered. Then, the boys are back in town as Werner Herzog and the irrespressible Street Pug return with the thrilling conclusion of their murder mystery. Kirk Cameron still guest-stars as Brock Nelson, PI.

-1 s2018 JUL 3
Comments
Episode 204: Robot Shakedown Pt 2 Reloaded

Episode 203: Robot Shakedown Pt 1

EDon't call it post-apocalyptic as the boys review Turbo Kid (sponsored by gnome-bats, probably). Then, the sci-fi theme continues as Werner Herzog and his ever-present muse Street Pug investigate a mystery that cuts close to home. Kirk Cameron guest-stars as Brock Nelson, PI.

-1 s2018 MAY 13
Comments
Episode 203: Robot Shakedown Pt 1

Episode 202: Last Jedi Strikes Back

EIt's a special birthday edition of Toga in the Morning as the boys discuss birthdays and other dimensions with the birthday girl/android Bjork. Next, the boys dive headfirst into Star Wars to discuss the nature of Porgs, Boba Fett's qualities, and what our potential Patreon could be. Bonus XXX: Return of Xander Cage content also included.

-1 s2018 MAR 28
Comments
Episode 202: Last Jedi Strikes Back

Episode 201: 2 Toga 2 Morning

EThe boys get Season 2 off to a bang as they review the James-Bond-inspired, Arnold-Schwarzenegger-starring, James-Cameron-directed action extravaganza that is True Lies. They discuss the spiritual motives of the director, the changing nature of terrorism in a pre-9/11 world, and rank our favorite Pierces. Plus, Bjork says some things!

-1 s2018 FEB 26
Comments
Episode 201: 2 Toga 2 Morning

Episode 14: The Orson Welles of Kung Fu

EIn this episode, Bjork and your intrepid cohosts quickly avert a Bjorkbot related disaster, then talk about the Orson Wells of Kung Fu, Sensai Steven Seagal and his latest film trailers. He thanks us for noticing. Then, we dive into friend of the show Werner Herzog's amazing team up with master thespian Sir Nicolas Cage to bring us a gritty re-imagining of what Street Pug might look like without all the whimsy and pink sweaters, in a review of Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans. We discuss the lizard symbolism, the lucky crack pipe, breakdancing souls, and touchdowns, not to mention new racial slurs, and one actor's ability to express nearly any emotion or concept with the phrase "Oh yeah".

-1 s2017 MAY 8
Comments
Episode 14: The Orson Welles of Kung Fu

Episode 13: Face Off: A Nicholas Cage Story

EIn this episode, Bjork and your intrepid co-hosts review John Woo's Face Off, in which Nicholas Cage stars as both himself and John Travolta, to the delight of all. We discuss prison budgets, as well as their choice of entertainment, and Nic Cage's favorite kind of sandwich. Then, we return once again to the world of Street Pug: DA, as our pugnacious hero along with Wernor Herzog and Bjork go on a seemingly innocent trip to get bagels, only to discover that sponsor Tommy Muttonchops non-nefarious mustache wax might not be so non-nefarious after all.

-1 s2017 MAR 28
Comments
Episode 13: Face Off: A Nicholas Cage Story

Episode 12: Steak Mittens

EBjork and your relatively humble co-hosts (one of them on the new "Too Many Manhattans" fad diet) review the masterpiece of cinema that is Grown Ups 2, the spiritual prequel to "Ouch My Balls". Then, we do our duty as Star Wars fans and engage in a new round of flinging theories at the wall to celebrate the release of the name of a movie.

-1 s2017 FEB 13
Comments
Episode 12: Steak Mittens

Episode 11: The Case of the Pug Grog

EYour intrepid co-hosts kick things off with some more Diesel Power as they talk trailers and discuss Furious 8: The Fate of the Furious. Then, differences of opinion abound when we discuss Star Wars: Rogue One and talk the necessity (or lack thereof) of Chirrut Imwe. Darth Vader's motives are questioned, and then we segue into a rousing, swashbuckling edition of Street Pug: DA, when a mysterious amulet is delivered to the detective office, leading the boys to a museum heist, one way or the other.

-1 s2017 JAN 12
Comments
Episode 11: The Case of the Pug Grog

Latest Episodes

Episode 206: A Man's Smell is His Soul, A Man's Conscience is His Castle

EThe boys review the latest and greatest third movie in the smash hit Dragonheart franchise, Dragonheart 4: The Quest for the Heart(h)fire. Drinks are made, drinks are drunk, drunks talk. Bonus forensic filmography segment before the close.

-1 s2018 AUG 21
Comments
Episode 206: A Man's Smell is His Soul, A Man's Conscience is His Castle

Episode 205: The Penultimate Bene Gesserit

EToga In The Morning returns with down-home, off-the-cuff, relaxed introduction as the boys freestyle conversation like it's the podcasting X-Games. Then, special guest Bruce Greenhorn appears on the program to promote his terrible reductionist version of Star Wars: The Last Jedi. The boys travel to West Hollywood to record this train wreck.

-1 s2018 JUL 4
Comments
Episode 205: The Penultimate Bene Gesserit

Episode 204: Robot Shakedown Pt 2 Reloaded

EThe boys go for broke with their review of Now You See Me 2: The See-ening. Is Morgan Freeman the Ruff Monster's father? This and many other questions answered. Then, the boys are back in town as Werner Herzog and the irrespressible Street Pug return with the thrilling conclusion of their murder mystery. Kirk Cameron still guest-stars as Brock Nelson, PI.

-1 s2018 JUL 3
Comments
Episode 204: Robot Shakedown Pt 2 Reloaded

Episode 203: Robot Shakedown Pt 1

EDon't call it post-apocalyptic as the boys review Turbo Kid (sponsored by gnome-bats, probably). Then, the sci-fi theme continues as Werner Herzog and his ever-present muse Street Pug investigate a mystery that cuts close to home. Kirk Cameron guest-stars as Brock Nelson, PI.

-1 s2018 MAY 13
Comments
Episode 203: Robot Shakedown Pt 1

Episode 202: Last Jedi Strikes Back

EIt's a special birthday edition of Toga in the Morning as the boys discuss birthdays and other dimensions with the birthday girl/android Bjork. Next, the boys dive headfirst into Star Wars to discuss the nature of Porgs, Boba Fett's qualities, and what our potential Patreon could be. Bonus XXX: Return of Xander Cage content also included.

-1 s2018 MAR 28
Comments
Episode 202: Last Jedi Strikes Back

Episode 201: 2 Toga 2 Morning

EThe boys get Season 2 off to a bang as they review the James-Bond-inspired, Arnold-Schwarzenegger-starring, James-Cameron-directed action extravaganza that is True Lies. They discuss the spiritual motives of the director, the changing nature of terrorism in a pre-9/11 world, and rank our favorite Pierces. Plus, Bjork says some things!

-1 s2018 FEB 26
Comments
Episode 201: 2 Toga 2 Morning

Episode 14: The Orson Welles of Kung Fu

EIn this episode, Bjork and your intrepid cohosts quickly avert a Bjorkbot related disaster, then talk about the Orson Wells of Kung Fu, Sensai Steven Seagal and his latest film trailers. He thanks us for noticing. Then, we dive into friend of the show Werner Herzog's amazing team up with master thespian Sir Nicolas Cage to bring us a gritty re-imagining of what Street Pug might look like without all the whimsy and pink sweaters, in a review of Bad Lieutenant: Port of Call New Orleans. We discuss the lizard symbolism, the lucky crack pipe, breakdancing souls, and touchdowns, not to mention new racial slurs, and one actor's ability to express nearly any emotion or concept with the phrase "Oh yeah".

-1 s2017 MAY 8
Comments
Episode 14: The Orson Welles of Kung Fu

Episode 13: Face Off: A Nicholas Cage Story

EIn this episode, Bjork and your intrepid co-hosts review John Woo's Face Off, in which Nicholas Cage stars as both himself and John Travolta, to the delight of all. We discuss prison budgets, as well as their choice of entertainment, and Nic Cage's favorite kind of sandwich. Then, we return once again to the world of Street Pug: DA, as our pugnacious hero along with Wernor Herzog and Bjork go on a seemingly innocent trip to get bagels, only to discover that sponsor Tommy Muttonchops non-nefarious mustache wax might not be so non-nefarious after all.

-1 s2017 MAR 28
Comments
Episode 13: Face Off: A Nicholas Cage Story

Episode 12: Steak Mittens

EBjork and your relatively humble co-hosts (one of them on the new "Too Many Manhattans" fad diet) review the masterpiece of cinema that is Grown Ups 2, the spiritual prequel to "Ouch My Balls". Then, we do our duty as Star Wars fans and engage in a new round of flinging theories at the wall to celebrate the release of the name of a movie.

-1 s2017 FEB 13
Comments
Episode 12: Steak Mittens

Episode 11: The Case of the Pug Grog

EYour intrepid co-hosts kick things off with some more Diesel Power as they talk trailers and discuss Furious 8: The Fate of the Furious. Then, differences of opinion abound when we discuss Star Wars: Rogue One and talk the necessity (or lack thereof) of Chirrut Imwe. Darth Vader's motives are questioned, and then we segue into a rousing, swashbuckling edition of Street Pug: DA, when a mysterious amulet is delivered to the detective office, leading the boys to a museum heist, one way or the other.

-1 s2017 JAN 12
Comments
Episode 11: The Case of the Pug Grog
hmly
himalayaプレミアムへようこそ聴き放題のオーディオブックをお楽しみください。