#146 - Shaken, Not Stirred: Six Decades of James Bond - Chapter 7: Daniel Craig

On this installment of our continuing Bond mega-watch, we encounter our latest super spy: Daniel Craig. We try to answer the tough questions like: Is a high-stakes poker game really the best way to take down a terrorist? Why can't we follow Quantum of Solace? Where's Judi Dench's Oscar for Skyfall? And the trouble with rebooting an iconic villain.

#145 - Shaken, Not Stirred: Six Decades of James Bond - Chapter 6: Pierce Brosnan

On this chapter of our continuing James Bond deep dive we enter the final stretch of the 20th century with everyone's favorite 90s Bond: Pierce Brosnan. Is Sean Bean a worthy adversary of 007? Does Elliot Carver come off as genius or bratty? Can Matt and Shaun come to a consensus on Elektra King? Is there any way to dig out of the plot holes in Die Another Day?

#144 - Shaken, Not Stirred: Six Decades of James Bond - Chapter 5: The Other Bonds

On this edition of our continuing Bond rewind, we look at the forgotten actors who played the iconic role: George Lazenby and Timothy Dalton. Which played better: Lazenby's down-to-earth romantic Bond or Dalton's more serious man-on-the-edge Bond? Plus, for some bizarre reason, we watch the non-canon Never Say Never Again as a retirement age Sean Connery returns to the role.

#143 - Shaken, Not Stirred: Six Decades of James Bond - Chapter 4: Roger Moore, Pt. 2

On this episode we continue our deep dive into 007 as we look at the back half of the Roger Moore films. Does Jaws deserve redemption (and love)? Did Margret Thatcher fall in love with a parrot...by accident? How does a suspicious, blood-covered clown break into the British Embassy so easily? And what exactly is a "double earthquake"?

#142 - Shaken, Not Stirred: Six Decades of James Bond - Chapter 3: Roger Moore, Pt. 1

This week we're moving on to another Bond: Roger Moore! So we've brought back Colby Rabideau to discuss Moore's first three films. Does "Live And Let Die" prove magic exists in the Bond universe? Why is a hillbilly cop vacationing in Bangkok in "The Man With The Golden Gun"? How often would you even need a car that turns into a submarine like in "The Spy Who Loved Me"?