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    736: Where Art Thou, Farscape? (Farscape S3E01-02)

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 21, 2022 61:22


    Eric and Jason are back after an extended time away, some of which was out of their control. They jump into the beginning of season three — which now has new opening theme music, “new” cast members and a new narration. First up, the exciting conclusion to the end of season two, “Season of Death”. That’s the name of the episode, not the name of the last season… Does Aeryn come back to life? Does Crichton get his head back together, both literally and psychologically? Does Rygel really like what Chiana’s cooking? Then we wrap up with “Suns and Lovers”. Where we hopefully put the whole D’Argo / Chiana / Jothee love triangle behind us, never to be spoken of again. And not just because the crew is trapped on a disabled space station about to be destroyed by a mysterious wave of energy soon approaching. Can they find the source of the signal attracting the wave in time? Can they saved the trapped children and themselves? And can Aeryn and Crichton finally find some “alone time”? Eric Scott and Jason Johnson.

    735: Chekhov's Halitosis (Farscape S2E21-22)

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 12, 2022 65:50


    Eric and Jason close out season two of Farscape with a pair of episodes reviews and then the season two review, lowlights and highlights. First up, “Liars, Guns and Money (Part 3): Plan B”. Instead of using their newly obtained mercenaries to rescue D’Argo’s son, now they’re off to rescue Crichton from Scorpius’ clutches. But don’t worry, Stark has another foolproof plan… ah, frell that, it’s time for a guns blazing, frontal assault! They manage to rescue Crichton, but at what cost? Finally, “Die Me, Dichotomy”, the (mostly) exciting season two cliffhanger. The crew locates a healer who can both heal Moya and get the neural chip out of Crichton’s head. But the chip isn’t having any of that and does its best to get itself, and Crichton, back to Scorpius. And then some other things happen that we’d like to forget about, before the exciting cliffhanger ending that sets up season three. Eric Scott and Jason Johnson.

    734: Relax, It's All Part of the Plan (Farscape S2E19-20)

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 22, 2022 54:46


    Eric and Jason review the first two parts of Farscape’s second ever three part storyline, “Liars, Guns and Money”. And during all that, wander off on tangents about Star Wars, the A-Team and past episodes of this here podcast. First up, “Part 1 - A Not So Simple Plan”. Which is pretty much as advertised. Stark (hey, isn’t he dead?) has a not so simple plan to steal enough money to buy D’Argo’s son Jothee from the slavers holding him captive. With such a complicated plan, it goes off without any issues at all. No… who are we kidding? Of course not. The crew must deal with a heavily secured depository, its leader, and our old buddy Scorpius to get what they need. Finally, “Part 2 - With Friends Like These…”. After learning that all their efforts last time weren’t quite good enough, this time it’s Crichton who comes up with his own somewhat simpler plan to free Jothee. But it involves recruiting several people we met in season one who they didn’t leave on the best of terms with. It goes better than you’d expect, but there’s yet another complication that might make their hard work all for naught. And Crichton has to make a hard choice… Eric Scott and Jason Johnson.

    733: I'm Nobody's Puppet (Farscape S2E17-18)

    Play Episode Listen Later May 29, 2022 61:34


    Eric and Jason have been gone for a little while due to real life, but we’re back with two above average episodes to make up for it. First up, “The Ugly Truth”, where Crais tries to get Moya’s crew to help him disarm Talyn. But things don’t go according to plan and the crew has to recount, from each of their perspectives, what went wrong or else face summary execution. Finally, “A Clockwork Nebari”, where Chiana learns some truths, some ugly, some not-so-ugly, about her people and her brother. Meanwhile the crew is mentally cleansed by the aforementioned Nebari and have to snap out of it if they’re going to get away. It’s like totally bitchin’, man. Far out. Eric Scott and Jason Johnson.

    732: Boogie or Die! (Farscape S2E15-16)

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 20, 2022 59:06


    This time we review two really amazing episodes. Granted, in the grand scheme of things, they didn’t really happen but they’re still amazing. First up, “Won’t Get Fooled Again”, where Crichton is back on Earth again. Or is he? This time it’s completely different… and just keeps getting crazier and crazier. And we also prove conclusively that the 2000’s line-up of the Guardians of the Galaxy is a complete rip-off (homage?) of Farscape. We wrap up with “The Locket” where the crew gets all timey-wimey inside a misty space bubble. Aeryn and Crichton are stranded on nearby planet that seems to only appear every 55 years while Moya and the rest of the crew never age. How can they all get reunited and back to their normal ages before it’s too late? And our old buddy Stark is back with some dire news for D’Argo. Eric Scott and Jason Johnson.

    731: How to Get a Head in Politics (Farscape S2E13-14)

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 30, 2022 56:58


    We conclude the amazing three part “Look at the Princess” trilogy and then talk about a not-so-amazing story. First up, the exciting conclusion of the trilogy, “Look at the Princess, Part 3: The Maltese Crichton”. They manage to wrap up all the plotlines from the last two episodes in a very satisfying way. And start up a new plotline that will run for many more episodes. Everyone gets a happy ending. Well… almost. Finally, “Beware of Dog” gets a mixed review from both of us. We felt the main plot was a rehash of a couple of different season one episodes. However, we really loved the subplot about Crichton’s continuing interaction with visions of Scorpius that are becoming more and more frequent and intense. Eric Scott and Jason Johnson.

    730: Sex, Lies and Farscape (Farscape S2E11-12)

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 17, 2022 63:59


    Eric and Jason watch the first two episodes of an amazing three part Farscape epic — “Look at the Princess”. In “Part 1: A Kiss is but a Kiss”, we enter a world full of political and social intrigue. Crichton can’t catch a break between Aeryn, who can’t commit more to their relationship, a princess to whom Crichton is the only one genetically compatible who needs a husband so her scheming brother doesn’t become ruler, and our old buddy Scorpius who wants to dissect Crichton’s brain. While those relationships are complicated, D’Argo and Chiana’s budding new relationship is getting more intense. In “Part 2: I Do, I Think”, Crichton has no choice but to marry the princess to escape Scorpius. But there’s a downside to married royal life… he and the princess must spend the next 80 cycles as statues. What will the crew do to prevent that? What will all the scheming political envoys do to either prevent the marriage or make it succeed? Oh, and Zhaan and Pilot meet Moya’s creator. And it’s not happy that she gave birth to a gunship and proceeds to shut her down, for good. Eric Scott and Jason Johnson.

    729: This Defense Screen Goes to Eleven (Farscape S2E09-10)

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 2, 2022 49:36


    We’re almost halfway through season two! Farscape season two is in its groove as Eric and Jason review another two really good episodes (hey, spoilers!) First up, “Out of Their Minds”, where an unfortunate side effect of a strange alien ship’s weapon and Moya’s defense screen causes the crew to switch bodies. Several times. We also learn that the DRD’s have more functions than we previously realized. Oh, and the attacking aliens have programmable vomit. Yes, you read that correctly. Finally, we review “My Three Crichtons”, where the crew has to deal with the clones of Crichton Past and Crichton Future that some strange ball of energy created. Which Crichton winds up as the “Last Crichton Standing”? But where’s Uncle Charley? Okay, that last one was probably too old a reference to “My Three Sons”, go look that up on Wikipedia kids… Eric Scott and Jason Johnson.

    728: Don't Beat a Dead Keedva (Farscape S2E07-08)

    Play Episode Listen Later Feb 16, 2022 53:05


    We continue our rewatch of season two. First up, “Home on the Remains”, where Eric and Jason struggle with the pronunciations of the guest star character names. The crew is starving (what, no more crackers?) and go to a place Chiana used to call home to try to find some more food. Only to get caught up in the local power scheme of keeping people working in the mines to pay for food and protection from the mysterious, deadly creature that roams the mines. Finally, we review “Dream a Little Dream”, where we learn what happened to the rest of the crew after the ending of season one while Aeryn, John and D’Argo were away from Moya. The crew winds up on a planet full of lawyers. And for once, it’s not Chiana or Rygel that you’d think would run afoul of the law… no, it’s Zhaan. Can Chiana and Rygel prove Zhaan’s innocence and get off the planet before Moya leaves? Eric Scott and Jason Johnson.

    727: Never Accept Free Stuff From Strangers (Farscape S2E5-6)

    Play Episode Listen Later Jan 26, 2022 49:18


    Season two is back to being what we know and love about Farscape. Yay! First up, “The Way We Weren’t”, where we finally get the backstory on Pilot and how he came to be bonded to Moya. We also learn that Aeryn was there as well, much to the crew’s shock and anger after seeing her on a previously undiscovered recording. Will they and Pilot forgive her for what she did back then? Finally, we review “Picture If You Will”, where a shopkeeper gifts Chiana with a picture that can seemingly foretell the future. Or can it? Nope, it’s just the crew’s old maniacal super powerful adversary Maldis getting his revenge on them for what they did to him last season. They barely beat him last time with help they no longer have. Can they defeat him this time? Eric Scott and Jason Johnson.

    726: Somebody Hates These Crackers (Farscape S2E03-04)

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 29, 2021 45:59


    Farscape has seemed to hit what can only be described as a “Sophomore Slump” with the first part of season two. But Jason and Eric power through these next episodes as we know better things are to come. First up, “Taking the Stone”, where Chiana is having a rough time and goes to a nearby cemetery planet (yes, you read that right) to clear her head. We learn that Crichton really wants her to come back to Moya, even if he has to do things way out of character to make that happen. And Rygel “borrows” some nice shiny objects from one of the graves on the cemetery planet. Nothing bad ever happens to grave robbers, right? Finally, we review “Crackers Don’t Matter”, where an alien has offered to make Moya undetectable by scans. Which will surely come in handy since Scorpius has left lots of wanted beacons on the planet they just came from where they only had time to buy food crackers… lots and lots of crackers. However, the crew starts acting abnormally when going to the alien’s planet… to the point of insulting, assaulting and even attempting to kill each other. What’s going on? Can they figure it out before it’s too late? And what about all those crackers? Oh right, they don’t matter. Eric Scott and Jason Johnson.

    725: They All Can't Be Winners (Farscape S2E01-02)

    Play Episode Listen Later Dec 8, 2021 48:03


    We kick off season two of Farscape with somewhat of a mixed review. First up, episode one, “Mind the Baby”, where we pick up after the exciting events of the season one finale. Can the crew be reunited in time before Scorpius finds both Moya and her offspring Talyn? Can they finally escape this asteroid field? John and D’Argo get some more bonding time. And Talyn is being a pain in the neck, literally, for Crais. And then we “discuss” episode two, “Vitas Mortis”. There are some good “Farscape nuggets” to mine from the episode despite what we thought of the main plot. Oh well, they all can’t be winners. Eric Scott and Jason Johnson.

    724: Zen and the Art of Disappearing Secondary Characters (Farscape S1E21-22)

    Play Episode Listen Later Nov 17, 2021 64:39


    After a little bit of a delay, we have way too much fun wrapping up season one of Farscape. First up, “Bone to Be Wild”, where we discuss where the heck Stark disappeared to after leaving with the crew last episode; how does gravity work on an asteroid; how do Leviathans have their inorganic parts installed; and the fall of Commander Crais and the rise of Scorpius as the big bad for the series. Then we cover the season one finale, “Family Ties”. Where we discuss where the heck one of the guest stars of the last episode disappeared to after leaving with the Peacekeepers; did Rygel really try to sell out the whole crew to save himself; how planning your big escape plan is shown and not skipped over; and some more great character development and interaction that we’ve come to expect from Farscape. Finally, we recap our thoughts about the entire season… the lowlights and the highlights. And that even the lowlights have some bits worth watching… not just because we have to for the podcast. Next time, onward to season two! Eric Scott and Jason Johnson.

    723: Fetch the Comfy Chair! (Farscape S1E19-20)

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 20, 2021 49:54


    Farscape delivers its first two-part episode and it does not disappoint! In the first part, “Nerve”, Aeryn’s still suffering from the wound she received in the last episode. And the only cure just happens to be on the secret Peacekeeper base nearby. Crichton and Chiana go there to get it and wind up meeting an old friend, a potential new friend and a new enemy. The Peacekeeper Scorpius captures Crichton and subjects him to the Aurora Chair, a device that rather painfully extracts your memories. We leave Crichton trapped in the comfy chair as we end on our first cliffhanger… But we don’t have to wait months for a resolution, no, it’s right on to the next episode, “The Hidden Memory”. Scorpius learns of Crichton’s feud with Captain Crais and summons him to the secret base. While the crew mount a rescue mission, Moya goes into labor! But there’s something not right with the baby. Can the crew rescue Crichton before he breaks in the chair? What’s up with Moya’s baby? What will Aeryn do when she finally meets Crais again? Listen and find out! Eric Scott and Jason Johnson.

    722: One Mippippippi, Two Mippippippi (Farscape S1E17-18)

    Play Episode Listen Later Oct 6, 2021 51:21


    Season One is getting closer and closer to being over. In our first episode, “Through the Looking Glass”, Crichton does a lot of running around, through four different Moyas in multiple dimensions due to Moya getting stuck in Starburst. And apparently they are not alone as something really wants them to leave. On top of that, each dimension has a different negative effect on the crew. Can they overcome these strange environments and the lurking presence and get back to normal space? And what’s with all the food at dinner? Both times! Finally, we review “A Bug’s Life”. No, not the 1998 Pixar movie — the 1999 Farscape episode with the same name. Moya welcomes a Peacekeeper Special Ops unit on board whose ship is damaged. They’re taking their top secret cargo to an also top secret Peacekeeper base hidden in the Uncharted Territories. So of course, Rygel and Chiana open up the cargo and release the deadly body-possessing, body-hopping virus inside. It’s a race against time to find out who’s got the virus and neutralize it before it can escape the ship and infect whole worlds! Eric Scott and Jason Johnson.

    721: Head Games (Farscape S1E15-16)

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 23, 2021 48:33


    Eric and Jason cover two really great episodes. First up, “Durka Returns”, where — you guessed it — the Peacekeeper Durka who imprisoned and tortured Rygel for 130 years returns seemingly from the dead. But now he’s a kinder, gentler Durka courtesy of the Nebari and their “mental cleansing”. Or is he? Let’s see how Rygel reacts to this. The Nebari also have a prisoner, Chiana, who doesn’t wish to be cleansed and wants asylum on Moya. Will the crew let her stay? Finally we review “A Human Reaction”. Crichton finds a wormhole back to Earth! But after being gone for seven months, and having translator microbes in his head, and strange technology on his spaceship, he’s not exactly welcomed back with open arms. Things get even worse when the rest of the crew show up unannounced. Can they get away before they’re poked, prodded and dissected by the military? Why does Crichton think everyone he sees in Australia is someone he knows from his past? Is there some unseen force behind all this? Eric Scott and Jason Johnson.

    720: Doctor Crichton, I Presume? (Farscape S1E13-14)

    Play Episode Listen Later Sep 8, 2021 44:13


    Eric and Jason continue their rewatch of every episode of Farscape. This means that sometimes you watch some that are good and sometimes some that are not so good. First up, the mostly not good “The Flax”. Where Aeryn and John finally reveal their true feelings for one another (the good) and the rest of the crew do things we don’t really care about (the not-so-good). We wrap it up with “Jeremiah Crichton”. We didn’t dislike it as much as the cast and crew apparently did. It’s a mostly good episode where Crichton goes native and where Rygel finally appears to care about other people instead of just looking out for himself. Eric Scott and Jason Johnson.

    719: Evil Blue Man Group (Farscape S1E11-12)

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 25, 2021 54:12


    In “Till the Blood Runs Clear”, Crichton finally manages to recreate a wormhole, but it isn’t stable. Crichton and Aeryn meet a new friend who can repair his ship — for a steep price, while D’Argo meets some not so friendly, and not so bright, bounty hunters. Finally, “Rhapsody in Blue”, where the crew are summoned to a planet with some other Delvian priests like Zhaan. We learn some of Zhaan’s darkest secrets and what some of her people will try to do to throw off Peacekeeper rule. And our crew has to struggle with what’s real… and what’s not. Jason Snell with Eric Scott and Jason Johnson.

    718: What to Expect When a Leviathan's Expecting (Farscape S1E9-10)

    Play Episode Listen Later Aug 11, 2021 46:44


    A little bit of a mixed review this time around. First up, “DNA Mad Scientist”, where we like the plotline about the villain and Aeryn and John, but not so much the one with the rest of the crew acting way out of character. But they redeem themselves with the next episode, “They’ve Got a Secret”. Where we learn what D’Argo really was imprisoned for. Plus what a pregnant Leviathan will do to protect her developing baby from any potential threat… meaning Moya’s crew. Eric Scott and Jason Johnson.

    717: Reach Out and Touch Someone (Farscape S1E7-8)

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 28, 2021 46:26


    We’re a third of the way through season one and already Farscape has hit its stride. We review two great episodes this time. First up, “PK Tech Girl”. Earth tech boy meets Sebacean tech girl on a derelict Peacekeeper ship. Romance ensues despite being interrupted by some scavenging explosive reptiles. And we wrap up with “That Old Black Magic”. Thanks to some evil being’s magicks, Crichton gets the chance to finally explain in person that it was an accident that Captain Crais’ brother died way back in episode 1. Things don’t go so well. Can the rest of Moya’s crew save John before it’s too late? And what will it cost some of them? Eric Scott and Jason Johnson.

    716: Time Loops and Roots (Farscape S1E5-6)

    Play Episode Listen Later Jul 15, 2021 45:14


    Next up in our Farscape rewatch — “Back and Back and Back to the Future”.  Surprisingly not all three movies about a kid and his time travelling DeLorean. More like Groundhog Day, where Crichton relives the same day over and over until he gets it right and saves Moya and her crew. We conclude with “Thank God It’s Friday, Again”.  Surprisingly not another Groundhog Day episode given the title. Who’s forcing an entire population to farm Tannot root for them?  And what’s someone got to do to have a day off?  And which “bug in the navel” idea came first — this episode or the Matrix? Eric Scott and Jason Johnson.

    715: Space Roach Motel (Farscape S1E3-4)

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 30, 2021 44:40


    We continue our rewatch of Farscape season one. Up first, “Exodus from Genesis”, where the crew must deal with two invaders, the potentially dangerous Drak and the definitely dangerous Peacekeeper Commandos. Can they get both groups off Moya before Aeryn succumbs to Sebacean Heat Delirium? Then we review “Throne for a Loss”, Farscape’s “very special episode”. The crew must deal with kidnapping, drug addiction and its after effects. Remember kids, just say “no” to space drug injecting gauntlets! Eric Scott and Jason Johnson.

    714: TeeVee Sub-Show Update

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 18, 2021 3:09


    We’ve moved many of the shows that used to live in the TeeVee feed into their own feeds and removed them from the TeeVee feed. If you use the main TeeVee feed to listen to shows about Westworld, Doctor Who, Ted Lasso, The Mandalorian, Star Trek Discovery, Arrow, and WandaVision, those shows aren’t in the TeeVee feed anymore. They still exist! You just need to subscribe to them directly. If you’re already subscribed to a specific sub-show feed, like Doctor Who Flashcast or Football is Life, those will redirect automatically and you don’t need to do anything. But all of these shows have left this feed. Still here—one-offs, short runs, and podcasts from listeners and members! This feed isn’t going anywhere—but it’s going to be a bit quieter. Thanks for listening. Jason Snell.

    713: Muppets in Spaaaace! (Farscape S1E1-2)

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 16, 2021 46:36


    Welcome to a new TeeVee podcast covering the 1999-2004 series Farscape. In this inaugural episode, sci-fi fans Eric and Jason discuss the first two episodes. Eric revisits his love for the series while Jason experiences it for the first time. It’s got everything! Action! Comedy! Space! Muppets in space! Eric Scott with Jason Johnson.

    712: Ted Lasso S1E4 Rewatch: "For the Children"

    Play Episode Listen Later Jun 8, 2021 61:28


    Relationships are hard. Whether it’s Roy and Jamie or Rebecca and Rupert—hey, it’s Anthony Stewart Head!—things can be fraught, even if you’re participating in a charity banquet. Don’t forget—it’s for the children. David J. Loehr with Jean MacDonald, Heather Berberet and Keir Hansen.

    711: Ted Lasso S1E3 Rewatch: "Trent Crimm: The Independent"

    Play Episode Listen Later May 28, 2021 97:58


    From the bookending f-bombs to the food bomb partaken by Ted Lasso, this week’s episode is full of hot stuff. Journalist Trent Crimm (The Independent) learns a lot about Ted along the way. There’s bullying in the locker room, but doting uncle Roy Kent is there to intervene. And Rebecca’s attempt at an evil plan falls apart. Kelly Guimont with Kathy Campbell, Casey Liss and Steve Lutz.

    710: Ted Lasso S1E2 Rewatch: "Biscuits"

    Play Episode Listen Later May 21, 2021 53:57


    Our visit to AFC Richmond continues, as we discuss secret biscuit recipes, how this episode plants seeds for future episodes, the clever deployment of Lizzo, and how the locker room is like a classroom. Dan Moren with Shannon Sudderth, John Moltz and Paul Sabourin.

    709: Ted Lasso S1E1 Rewatch: "Pilot"

    Play Episode Listen Later May 13, 2021 65:25


    Football is life! In the run-up to the second season premiere, we’re rewatching “Ted Lasso” season one, with an all-star collection of Incomparable hosts and panelists. This week we’re going back to where it all started: A sacked manager, a SportsCenter update, and an ussie on a transatlantic flight. Pour yourself a cup of hot brown water and join us, because nothing is into touch on this podcast! Jason Snell with Tiff Arment, Chip Sudderth and James Thomson.

    708: Supergirl S6E03 Review: "Phantom Menaces"

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 28, 2021 28:27


    We Discuss: Phantom Zone confusion J’onn being a jerk Alex and J’onn’s feels Lena and Brainy’s murder plans Lex and Lena great story Kara bringing hope Nyxly being suss Post Crisis stress Editor: David Schaub Trish Matson with David Schaub.

    707: For All Mankind S2E10 Review: "The Gray"

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 23, 2021 62:06


    So it all comes down to this. We review the season finale of “For All Mankind,” which puts the fate of the world in the crucible and makes us ponder the power of individual decisions when great systems seem intent on destroying one another. In addition to the dramatic life-and-death decisions, the plants at the bar are dead, Kelly has finished her essay, and we’re given a tantalizing look at what the 1990s might bring. Onward to season three! Jason Snell and Dan Moren.

    706: Supergirl S6E02 Review: "A Few Good Women"

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 21, 2021 31:57


    We Discuss: The Trial of The Century Lex being Lex Lena being clever Lillian being complicated Brainy training Nia poorly Andrea failing at journalism Alex and J’onn character assassination Silas being great The Phantom Zone being messy and Kara bringing hope Editor: David Schaub Trish Matson with David Schaub.

    705: For All Mankind S2E9 Review: "Triage"

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 16, 2021 46:20


    Things are getting pretty serious. The clash of civilizations between the U.S. and the Soviets begins to boil on Earth, in space, and on the surface of the moon. Karen continues making interesting personal decisions. Dani reveals herself to be an old-school “Star Trek” fan. Ellen’s future complicates her present. And how about that cliffhanger?! Like we said, things are getting pretty serious. Jason Snell and Dan Moren.

    704: Supergirl S6E01 Review: "Rebirth"

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 11, 2021 36:33


    We Discuss: Whether this is a finale or premier. So much plot. All the personal moments. Lex being his own worst enemy. The ephemeral nature of comic book deaths. Our hopes and dreams for the final season. Editor: David Schaub Trish Matson with David Schaub, Alan Yu and Brianna Taeuber.

    703: For All Mankind S2E8 Review: "And Here's To You"

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 9, 2021 54:14


    Things keep getting more tense! This week Karen owns her ability to make terrible decisions, Gordo vanquishes an old nemesis, Sally Ride is not amused, there’s a meet-cute in a mock-up, and Kelly tries banh mi for the first time. Oh, and there’s a fateful incident on the moon. Dan Moren and Jason Snell.

    702: For All Mankind S2E7 Review: "Don't Be Cruel"

    Play Episode Listen Later Apr 2, 2021 55:58


    As the season builds to its climax, there’s an awful lot to process. A real-life tragedy intervenes in Ellen’s story. Margo needs to communicate information from another tragic event that didn’t happen in the world of “For All Mankind.” A mysterious Soviet engineer comes bearing gifts for Dani. The Vending Machine of Fate beckons to Aleida! And Karen is having a crisis. Meanwhile, on the moon, is someone singing? Jason Snell and Dan Moren.

    701: The Falcon and the Winter Soldier S1E1 Review: "New World Order"

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 26, 2021 62:10


    Like any good (comic book) character, we're back! It was simply too much fun to recap WandaVision, so Lisa Schmeiser, Don Melton, and Kelly Guimont have returned to dig into the first episode of The Falcon and the Winter Snowman Soldier.Kelly Guimont with Lisa Schmeiser and Don Melton.

    700: For All Mankind S2E6 Review: "Best-Laid Plans"

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 26, 2021 44:31


    At last, the Soviets. We loved this whole episode, from the pointed conversation about Laika to the docking system designed out of coasters. Who makes Houston’s best borscht? Who cares! Let’s have burgers and Jack Daniels! Just don’t tell the KGB. Jason Snell and Dan Moren.

    699: For All Mankind S2E5 Review: "The Weight"

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 19, 2021 38:42


    Wake up Elvis and get The Band back together—we’re here to take a load for free and talk about the latest episode of “For All Mankind.” We cover Tracy’s rough introduction to Jamestown, Gordo’s pool adventures, Molly’s new job, the death of Spock, and a very momentous book reading. Put the load right on us! Jason Snell and Dan Moren.

    698: For All Mankind S2E4 Review: "Pathfinder"

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 12, 2021 48:02


    Ed trades in his golf cart for a nuclear-powered Space Shuttle, Molly gets a job offer in a bathtub, Ellen gets career advice and surprise poetry, Danielle receives harsh words that spur her into historic action, and the Vending Machine of Fate makes another appearance! Jason Snell and Dan Moren.

    697: WandaVision S1E9 Review: "The Series Finale"

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 11, 2021 110:07


    One more time! Lisa, Don, and Kelly are back to dig deep into the WandaVision universe, including yet another TV show pitch (Law & Order: MCU), thoughts about the show as a finale, and the season as a whole. Get comfy on that sitcom couch, this is a super-sized episode! Kelly Guimont with Don Melton and Lisa Schmeiser.

    696: For All Mankind S2E3 Review: "Rules of Engagement"

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 5, 2021 49:05


    Turns out that the Soviets are America’s annoying moon roommates, moving their stuff without asking—and it might trigger a lunar conflict. Also, Tracy and Gordo continue to be messed up, Margo provides toilet paper and a job offer, Gordo’s VCR is on the blink, and the Baldwin family finally brings its issues to the surface. Jason Snell and Dan Moren.

    695: WandaVision S1E8 Review: "Previously On"

    Play Episode Listen Later Mar 3, 2021 88:58


    Back again! Don, Kelly, and Lisa dig deep into the penultimate episode of WandaVision and discuss the latest reveals, theories about where everything goes in the final episode, and what all of this means for the MCU. (If you noticed the outro music is familiar, it was simply too good to only use once.) Kelly Guimont with Don Melton and Lisa Schmeiser.

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