2BT: All In Da Family

What does 2BT stand for? Higher wages and gender equality. But aside from that it stands for many things. Two Bald Texans, or more accurately, Two balding Texans, Dave and Michael.   Two breakfast tacos. Two Boned Thugs ('n harmony). Two (not so) Beautiful Texans. Two Bad Ass Texans (in their minds). Two Broke Texans. 2BT also stands for 3BT when Dave's brother Steve joins us.  It's the Podcast of 1000 a thousand names! 2BT is about the past, the present, and the future - and oh yeah, Star Wars!

2BT: All In Da Family is hosted by David Hammons , Michael Sparkman and Adam S.L. and produced by Michael Sparkman. You can support this show by visiting our merch store or feel free to get in touch with us via Twitter, @2btshow, by sending us an e-mail.

2BT: All In Da Family has released 89 episodes since launching on Nov 11, 2017

The episode title kind of says it all.  Buckle up! Lots of Star Wars talk with lots of 2BT tangent digression awfulness.  Enjoy the show!  Oh, and watch El Camino.  It's pretty good!

The guys are back after a long break but they are in full 2BT form as the follow tangents to strange places.  They begin with treasure hunting.  Dave found some Star Wars bubble bath.  C3P0 is armed and dangerous.  Dave found a Boba Fett 40th Anniversary figure and a Luke Skywalker Jedi destiny set.  Michael gets an Empire Strikes Back novelization.  Then they discuss collecting, Del Rey books, the importance of art, The Lonely Palette Podcast, and a Rise of Skywalker theory.

On perhaps our best episode ever, we look at Star Wars comics, talk about art, deliberate Christmas gifts, enjoy Tool, name a cat Sevro after a character in Pierce Brown's Red Rising saga, anticipate watching Banana Splits: The Movie, remember Saturday Morning cartoons and theme music, investigate soap operas and Grandmother hair dos, contemplate great snacks including refrigerated Golden Ding Dongs, and finally settle down to look at the newest The Rise of Skywalker trailer.

This week Michael wears Poe's helmet.  Then the guys get excited about Sturgill Simpson's upcoming new album and Netflix anime movie.  The discuss prop replicas, the Star Wars Retro collection, Chewbacca's bandolier strap, and much more.  Is the Mandalorian trailer great?  Are we signing up for Disney Plus?  Is Star Wars as we know it ending?  Is Pierce Brown's Red Rising Saga the new Star Wars?  Listen for answers to these and more!

 This week Michael from Germany takes over 2BT with his comments on Piers Brown's 1968 novel SOS the Rope for the Bibliophile Labyrinth Adventures Podcast.  Dave and Michael from Texas will be back next week to reclaim our microphones.  Thanks Michael! 

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