Here Today Gone Trevorrow is episode 125 and an emergency minisode, filed under the podcast's continuing coverage of the Star Wars Sequels. Posted 7 Sep 2017.

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"In a special bonus emergency minisode, Griffin and David call in remotely to weigh in/celebrate the firing of director Colin Trevorrow from Star Wars: Episode IX. But are the reports true that Colin is a bit arrogant? Did Kathleen Kennedy see The Book of Henry and not like it? Should director Rian Johnson continue to helm the wheel? Together they discuss TC-14, Griffin’s IMDB trivia, The Judge 2 and more."[1]

During The Book of Henry episode, #TheTwoFriends doubted that this momentous event could ever happen... but it did. In this episode Griffin and David react to the news of longtime Blank Check nemesis Colin Trevorrow's firing as director of the upcoming film, Star Wars Episode IX.

This episode had to be done on the spur of the moment and it happened that Griffin was out of town, so this is the only episode of the show to date to be recorded via call-in instead of live-in-person.

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