♫ Oh you better watch out..
You better not cry…
You better listen to this episode
Or not.. whatever, I’m not your HR Rep ♫
Joining us from the IJOV – we have Marcus from Deadpan Fury, we have Eric from Two-Legged Tie, and we have Tony from Nyrdcast – and we decide to have ourselves a little Christmas Party. What goes on from there is… well.. I would love to say it is an episode about our favorite Christmas memories and shows and movies, but it isn’t… it’s almost better. It’s a bunch of idiots getting together and spreading some holiday buffoonery.
So enjoy everyone – and from Rob & Hatton, have a happy holidays.
Happy Something Year!
We’re back with our first show of 2016, and the boys are bringing a couple fantastic guests to sit and talk about the wibbly-wobbly timey-wimey holiday spirit on Baker Street… that’s right, we’re talking some BBC’ness big numbers shows of Doctor Who and Sherlock – but specifically this year’s big Christmas / New Years episodes.
Along the way we found two wonderful women floating about in the aether of the internet who know a thing or two about a thing or two. Meredith Placko (@mplacko), writer at GEEK.COM, and PopCornTalk’s Marvel Movie News. And sitting in studio (Not our studio.. but *A* studio) with Meredith is Emma Fyffe (@emmafyffe). You might know Emma from PopcornTalk, AfterBuzzTV, and her Sailor Moon Podcast, Love & Justice. Find all her goings on at her Tumblr.
Ok – see, and this is why we don’t have guests with pedigrees.. do you know how long it took me to get all that linkage in. That’s it. No more really awesome guests. It’s like this is becoming work….
But back to the episode – WHAT DID THE BOYS THINK? WHAT DID THE GIRLS THINK? WHAT DID YOU THINK?
If feels like forever since the boys came at you with a new episode, I bet. Well it’s been a few weeks, definitely… but now we’re back just in time to drink some Nog and sit around the warm glow of the television with some of our favorite Holiday’ish flicks. Some of these movies are directly related to a holiday, but others insinuate it. These are some of the best Christmas(y) sort of films we could come up with – or at least the ones we like.
Also, from James and Rob to all of you – have a safe and happy holiday and we look forward to more Something’ing in 2015!