Episode 98: So Many Carbs for Your Joy

, with special guest:

0098 War MoviesThis week, dear listeners, we bring you an episode about war movies, featuring super-special guest star, Pat Wick!

This episode was recorded waaay back in October, so we’re extra excited to bring this one to you this week. It kept getting bumped out because of various reasons (i.e., “Noel did a two-part episode again”, “we probably shouldn’t post an episode about war movies on Christmas”, etc.), but now it is live in the world, and you can reminisce about the days when Melissa could still have a beer! (Or at least Melissa can reminisce about beer.)

Speaking of beer, this week we recommend either Original Sin hard cider or Bauhaus Brew Labs Schwantoberfest. Both are delicious, and the Bauhaus Brew Labs have an amazing packaging design team.

Oh, and here’s the photo that is mentioned in the episode:

Show notes behind the cut!

Movies mentioned:
Tora! Tora! Tora!
Sergeant York
Kelly’s Heroes
No Man’s Land
Pan’s Labyrinth
The Lives of Others
They Died with Their Boots On
Lawrence of Arabia
Master and Commander: The Far Side of the World
Bridge on the River Kwai
Father Goose
The Big Red One
The Imitation Game
Cryptonomicon (book)

People mentioned:
James Remar
Akira Kurosawa
Gary Cooper
Donald Sutherland
Gavin McLeod
General George Custer
Errol Flynn
Olivia de Havilland
T. E. Lawrence
Tom Cruise
Samuel Fuller
Neal Stephenson


Bletchley Circle


The Downfall of Pompeii

1 comment

  1. Ah, Custer. When I was a kid, my sister and I visited what was then still called the Custer Battlefield National Monument in Montana. This being the early 80s, and us being really young, we didn’t have much context for the place at all. (Of the sights seen in Montana during that road trip, Lewis & Clark Caverns made MUCH more of an impression. On that same road trip? Devil’s Tower. Aw yeah.)

    I keep meaning to watch M&C:TFSOTW, I should probably bump it up the list at some point…

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