August 19, 2017
They all float down here...
Join the fiends as they watch one of the most iconic TV Movies of all time, "IT". Stephen King's classic story was first put on screen back in 1990 as a mini-series. Tim Curry gave us all nightmares when we were kids with his terrifying performance as "Pennywise The Dancing Clown". IT is getting a remake this year, and with IT coming out in less then a month, P and Pass decided to do a commentary to the original version. The guys talk about everything you could ever want to know about both the 1990 version and the remake: The differences between Tim Curry's Pennywise and Bill Skarsgard's new one, How much the R rating will make a difference, and a lot more.
So watch along with the fiends or just listen as they break down this classic movie.
August 14, 2017
In this episode the fiends give you 2 awesome Top 3's (Original Songs Written for Movies and Best Uses of Songs in Film), Then they play another crazy round of What's The Next Scene, and lastly they review a couple of new movies.
August 11, 2017
In this episode, the fiends start off by reviewing the new entry in the "Planet of the Apes" remakes - War for the Planet of the Apes, then the guys give you their Top 3 "Movies They Want to see Made", and lastly they play an insane round of the new hit game 'Trivia Pursuit'.
August 7, 2017
To start off this episode the fiends get right into another epic round of "What's the Next Scene", then they play a round of Guess the Rotten Tomatoes Score, and they also give you their Top 3 "Most Underrated Actors" plus a lot more hilarious topics.
August 2, 2017
The guys start off by discussing P's recent trip to Atlantic City and how sometimes the addict inside everyone comes out, then they discuss CTE and the future of the NFL, and the fiends end on a lighter note by doing some classic Would You Rathers.
July 28, 2017
The Fiends have finally reached Episode 200...
Thanks to every Hoper and Doper who has ever listened to the show, P and Pass could not thank you enough.
In their 200th episode, the guys attempt to give you one of their toughest Top 3's they have ever done, Top 3 '2DopeLess Hope Fiends Intros', play a crazy amount of games, including: The Character Name Game, What's The Next Scene, Give The Triv, Guess The HeighAge, and a lot more.
This is the longest, and most likely the best, episode P and Pass have ever done. This 5 hour episode gets better and better with every minute. Enjoy...
July 23, 2017
This episode is dedicated to Chris Sabia. Chris and Pass have known eachother for their entire lives, their families knew eachother well, they were basically cousins. Chris recently passed away, leaving behind a lovely wife and new born baby. So Pass felt it was only right to share some memories of Chris and what he meant to his family, and most importantly Pass' late father. Rest In Peace Chris...
In this episode, the fiends give you their Top 3 "Songs of 1999", breakdown the new trailer for James Franco's 'The Disaster Artist' which chronicles the hectic production behind the "Best Worst Movie Ever Made" - The Room, and the guys also discuss a few other hilarious and random topics.
July 20, 2017
The guys start off by discussing HBO's new series "The Defiant Ones" and also Dave Navarro's true crime documentary about the murder of his mother "Mourning Son", then the guys play a new IMDB Trivia game called 'Give The Triv', and the fiends also give you their Top 3 Movies of 1998.
July 16, 2017
In this episode the fiends share some weird and unique drug stories, discuss some current events, and also give you their Top 3 "Kid Deaths in Film", but just remember the 2DopeLess Hope Fiends do NOT support the killing of any children, whether on screen or not.
July 11, 2017
This week P starts off by discussing his recent teaching job and the awesome movies his students made. Then the guys play a brand new game called "What's The Next Scene". The fiends also give you their Top 3 'Orange is the New Black' Characters, play a round of The Character Name Game, and also discuss two amazing documentaries about Albert Fish and the controversial group Nambla respectively.