Super bacteria are coming for you and your family!  Join the More Than Monotohosts as they cover the issue of antibiotic resistance and what you can do to fight back.  Maxwell brings the bug facts. Peter is unfazed. Dan fights a rose bush. Evan has stern words for apples.


What do we do when antibiotics don’t work any more? | Maryn McKenna

Antibiotic / Antimicrobial Resistance - Protecting Yourself and Your Family

The More Than Monotochamps are back again with more Star Wars!  This time it’s all about giving credit where credit is due, and defending the weaker aspects of the prequel trilogy.  Peter feels the bromance. Evan is kindly asked to leave. Maxwell seethes once more. Dan speaks the unspeakable name.


Ferret Leggiiiiiing Shooooooooooooooooow

Ever wanted the inside scoop on what exactly happened to Atlantis?  Well, the More Than Monotonolanteans are here to put the final word into just how they lost that continent.  Peter claims a new heritage. Dan tries to comprehend Atlas. Evan blows your minds. Maxwell talks to a fish.

Deadpool 2 and Solo: A Star Wars Story are both available on your favored home media platform, so now is the perfect time to listen to Evan and Peter’s reviews before you rewatch those films.  Based on the box office returns, it’s not like you saw Solo in theaters anyways.

Big telescopes are pretty neat, so the More Than Monotostronomers gather around to discuss all those fancy space pictures.  Armchair astronomy may occur. Dan educates. Peter goes off the deep end. Maxwell advances to the classical age. Evan does NOT apologize to Ryan Gosling.


Hubble Space Telescope Flawed Mirror

Hubble eXtreme Deep Field Picture

James Webb Space Telescope

Comparison of nominal sizes of primary mirrors of notable optical telescopes

The entertainment world is moving towards a digital and streamed future, and the More Than Monotodudes ain’t havin’ that.  Or maybe they are, you’ll have to listen to find out. Evan tries a new hook. Dan puns. Maxwell asphyxiates. Peter wants his Iron Fist DVD already, dammit.

As a bunch of youngins themselves, the More Than Monotollennials talk about their generation and the challenges faced growing into the professional world.  Dan fails at a retake beyond what was previously thought possible. Peter pitches his better soda. Evan wants off this squalid pit. Maxwell pours one out for the monkey.

Whenever the third movie in a film franchise is released, the discussion inevitably turns to which installment of the trilogy is the best.  The More Than Monotobroskis weigh in with their thoughts on some classic trilogies and try and find if there’s a pattern to the quality. Maxwell discovers a time loop.  Evan wishes there was a sequel to The Matrix. Dan hopes you catch his Ocean’s Twelve reference. Peter breaks some eggs. Maxwell discovers a time loop.

To celebrate the 2018 MLB All-Star game, Dan and Peter talk about the slow pace of baseball and what changes they would like to see in order to improve the popularity of the sport.  We’re not sure why they think this counts as a “celebration” either.

Have you ever wondered how your cooking habits have affected your brain?  No? Well, the More Than Monotonutritionists discuss it anyways. Maxwell talks brain soup.  Dan wants to go back to raw foods. Evan wonders what bald eagle tastes like. Peter’s hatred for pandas is unyielding.


What is so special about the human brain? | Suzana Herculano-Houzel

The Cleveland Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors faced off in the 2018 NBA Finals recently, surprising no one, expect maybe Charles Barkley.  The More Than Monotoballers discuss the concept of the superteam in the world of sports. Maxwell flexes his NBA knowledge. Dan brings the harsh truth about salad.  Peter gets his hockey moment. Evan must once again apologize, this time to Malcolm Gladwell.

Peter and Evan like those “video game” things, so of course they were keeping tabs on the Electronic Entertainment Expo, or as the cool kids call it, E3.  Spoiler alert: may contain more Super Smash Bros. than the surgeon general recommends.

The More Than Monotomodels take on the abstract concept of fictional characters, their relevance as role models, and what constitutes a hero.  We somehow stumble through it. Maxwell does booze math. Dan has a plan for new fans. Peter’s love for The Hobbit will not be silenced. Evan would like to apologize for the Shadow the Hedgehog voice.

Everyone loves mythology!  The More Than Monotobros get down into those ancient Greek heroes, and try to figure out just why we’re all still talking about them millennia later.  Evan is awfully pedantic about the name Hercules. Peter and Maxwell have a falling out. Dan finds Nemo.

Because we weren’t just done after the first hour, nope!  You’ll love listening to the More Than Monotoheroes review Avengers: Infinity War.  Plus, see if Evan can figure out how the movie will end!

We’re in Marvel season, baby!  That means you get to enjoy all of your favorite podcasts talk incessantly about that Marvely goodness.  Peter and Max await news of the Squirrel Girl film. Evan only talks about two-thirds of Infinity War. Dan finds his connection with Chris Pratt.

With more and more Hollywood blockbusters moving away from practical effects, the More Than Monotofellas discuss some of the good and bad uses of gratuitous CGI.  Neither Max nor Evan remembered the bagels.  Peter takes multitasking to the next level.  Dan questions why Boss Baby didn’t receive any Oscars.

To celebrate the release of The Walt Disney Company’s Walt Disney Studios’ Marvel Studios’ Avengers: Infinity War, we’re opening the More Than Monotony VaultsTM and releasing the very first episode ever recorded.  We hope you enjoy our 9-month-out-of-date review of Spider-Man: Homecoming!

Welcome to Less Than Monotony, bonus episodes from your favorite members of your favorite podcast, More Than Monotony!  With Maxwell and Evan apparently out getting donuts, Peter and Dan take time to reflect on the end of the animated Star Wars spinoff, Star Wars Rebels.

In light of the recent Facebook and Cambridge Analytica scandal, the More Than Monotoboys revisit an old discussion about data collection and privacy in the Internet era.  Dan and Evan try a fun new activity, much to Peter’s horror. Maxwell practices necromancy on a horse.

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