#89 - Julius Ceasar (2002) by Walken 101 published on 2019-04-23T20:41:15Z After Brandon and Kenny give a heartfelt goodbye to longtime Ronnie Greg Eckberg and discuss their methods of dealing with encounters with homeless people, they dive into describing Walken's role in the TNT three-hour two-part miniseries "Julius Caesar". Despite dreading the miniseries, it was actually well-made and somewhat educational, although Kenny found more value in reading a biography of Julius Caesar meant for children that he found on the Internet. Walken's character was Kato, a real historical figure and politician who is portrayed as a voice of reason in the Senate of Ancient Rome. Although it was a fun departure from the usual "eccentric bad guy" fare, there was not much to address besides his inability to shed his New York accent. Kenny and Brandon eventually divert down a rabbit hole of tangential discussions about Elizabeth Taylor's marriages, acting in plays, they struggle to remember the name of famed mobster Al Capone, and they again revisit the usefulness, if any, of their extensive knowledge about Christopher Walken.