It’s time to get Frakked and talk about one of the most influential shows of the last twenty years.
Sure, maybe in hindsight it has some flaws, which I’m sure we’ll jump to every 33 minutes, but in between listen as Hatton and Podcast Rob find out which one of them is a secret Cylon, get jettisoned from an airlock, and … is that …. is that a remake of a classic rock song we hear?
We’ll it’s time for you to hear it on The End – Battlestar Galactica
The new Disney Plus service was started with a treat for sci-fi and muppet fans, alike. A show that reframes the most mysterious of characters – makes a badass loveable – makes a sage adorable – makes a ‘First Time Mom’ movie a ‘Buddy Cop Adventure’
That’s right – it’s the BabyYodalorian… and yes, we know, it’s ACTUALLY called the Mandolorian… but is it though? Really? Come on. You know better than that.
So let’s get to it – talking about a Wars in Space… a Star Wars if you will… and the cute fuzzy eggsac that floats around it.
Ok, here we go!
OH – WAIT – Don’t forget to listen after the episode for the first episode of the new Stories To Amaze! We worked super hard on it, and want to throw out a special thanks to Pre-Recorded Live who lent their voice talents.
The Somethings love television shows and movies, but did you know that Hatton and PCR are also …. literate?
So we’re heading up into that great space station in the sky and going through the Hitchhiker’s Guide to talk about our favorite science fiction books. From space battles to samurai and every cyborg in between.
If you are looking for a suggestion for some fun futuristic reads, then this is the perfect place to go.
So I’m GLaD, I got burned Think of all the things we learned for the…
Fire up your Portal Gun, and settle in with your Companion Cube, it is time for Netflix’s post-something-er-another future with a robot that really will remind you of GLaDOS. She’s not, but … well, you’ll see.
So what happens when a robot raises a child. Doesn’t it take a village? Shouldn’t it at least take like.. two robots? We’re not against single-robot families, we were just surprised is all.
Settle in and find out on this episode of Something In Review, where we talk about I Am Mother.
One of the things we love about The End is that it gives us a chance to talk about shows we might not have ever had a chance.
Travelers, a science fiction show about time travel and the ramifications of it all only has a few seasons and then it is done… but should it have been? Did it end on a high note, a low note, or was it just a show that came and went and we move on?
Well Hatton and Rob have stuff to say about it – and now you get to hear it. If you’ve never seen the show though, might want to wait on this one.
You wake up and go about your day as you normally do. You get dressed and ready, have a minimal breakfast, and head into work. Given the boredom of your day, you decide to see what podcasts have been updated. Your eyes grow wide with glee seeing that your favorite podcast has a new episode!
You decide you’ll save that for later, first you are going to listen to the Somethings talk about Netflix’s Black Mirror’s Choose Your Own Adventure movie, Bandersnatch.
As we give Thanks to our friends and family (and listeners) – we are going to dive into one of the Something’s sacred shows with an iffy ending. So join us while we leap from podcast to podcast, hoping the next one… is the leap home this month on THE END