It’s Good, Except It Sucks is a movie by movie – and television series by television series – hurtle through the Marvel Cinematic Universe, hosted by Tim Worthington with a series of superpowered guests.
This time it’s Ant-Man And The Wasp from 2018, and Phil Catterall is standing in as guest host to chat to Tim about Scott and Hope’s unfortunate tendency to change size in the heat of passionate moments. What will they find to say about the Test Card Ant, whether it’s possible to be ‘ghosted’ by Ghost and Morecambe And Wise’s suitability as Marvel henchmen, and what does any of this have to do with Lee And Herring Versus Herring And Lee? Get listening and find out!
You can follow Phil on Twitter at @fil5000.
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You can find further appearances by Phil on It’s Good, Except Sucks talking about Iron Man here, Iron Man 3 here and Inhumans here. Tim made another appearance as the guest on It’s Good, Except It Sucks talking about The Defenders, which you can find here.
You can find Ben Baker talking about Ant-Man on It’s Good, Except It Sucks here. Ben also came back to talk about what happened to Ant-Man and The Wasp after THAT cliffhanger in Avengers: Endgame, which you can find here.
Phil has made several appearances on Tim’s nostalgia podcast Looks Unfamiliar; you can find him talking about Madballs Comic, Wise Up!, Phantom 2040, the Platoon computer game, Birdseye Steakhouse Grills adverts, and Star Wars: Droids here, and about some overlooked radio comedy Christmas Specials, including On The Hour, The Chris Morris Music Show and Lee And Herring, here, as well as some chat about the Community Christmas Special here.
Some Unspoken Thing is a huge feature on the sheer brilliance of Guardians Of The Galaxy Vol. 2; you can find it here.
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