Tag Archive: Inglourious Basterds

Mar 10 2016

Episode 105: Punching Space Sharks

0105 Off-Topic 7Dear listeners, it is time for our seventh Off-Topic Extravaganza! That’s right, the episode number is a multiple of 15, which means this episode is entirely constructed of outtakes from the previous 14 episodes. These clips were sliced out because of time constraints, irrelevance, and/or inebriation, but we felt we could still put them to some good use.

During the course of the episode, you will hear the voices of:

Noel Thingvall
Kelvin Hatle
Pat Wick
Jerry Belich
Monte (aka Chris Bowlsby)

Further show notes behind the cut!

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Nov 19 2015

Episode 90: Hey Posterity, Enjoy This

0090 Off Topic 6Dear listeners, this episode is a multiple of 15, which means this is our sixth Off-Topic Episode!

I know most of you know what this means, but if you’re a new to our podcast, here’s what’s going on:

Our episodes are edited. Like, a lot. We edit because we love you. Most of the stuff that gets clipped out just goes away into the digital aether, but sometimes, the edited material is fun enough to keep. So this episode is constructed from the bits that were clipped out of the prior 14 episodes.

The segments you are about to hear were recorded between May and November 2015. Aside from the voices of Windy and myself, you will hear:

Cetius Scotchbringer
Molly Glover
Eric Knight
Noel Thingvall
Pat Wick
Fes Works

Further show notes behind the cut!

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Oct 29 2015

Episode 87: Whaps Whapsolically

0087 Movie MusicDear listeners, this week we talk about movie music with our friend and movie fan, Pat Wick! We chat about movie music we love and about some we hate, and then we sing a bit.

If you would like to drink along, we recommend Casillero del Diablo Carmenere, which we found highly drinkable.

An additional note on this episode: you may notice in the Ravenous section that Melissa does not actually talk about the music. She did, but her original short description was based on alcohol and not seeing the film for a very long time, so it was a misrepresentation of what the score is like. Thus, we clipped out those two sentences. Here’s a better description: it’s like American Civil War-era folk music meets Charles Ives.

More show notes behind the cut!

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