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Friday, January 30, 2015

DANGEROUS HABITS Episode 010: "Quid Pro Quo" is Up!


"Identify yourself.  Face me like a real man, not with your hand up another's ass like a bloody puppet."

After a slight delay due to medical reasons, my friend and co-host Karen Lindsay and I are back with the next episode of Dangerous Habits: The Constantine Podcast!

We give our thoughts on "Quid Pro Quo," the tenth episode of NBC's Constantine, including things like Karen on the Disabled List, Huey Lewis and the News, the big spotlight on Chas Chandler, John kissing Chas, the Justice League supervillain Felix Faust, the original graphic novel Hellblazer: All His Engines, Renee's issues with John as "The Other Woman," Mark Margolis on Breaking Bad and Person of Interest, Chas as a Hydra agent, Chas' 47 lives, mediums well done, the female Ghostbusters, the Justice League of Geeks, stuff about Achilles, occult fave Aleister Crowley, the debut of Predator Cat on the Twitter masheen, John manipulating Chas, the Monkey King from Hellblazer #84, the '70s game show Match Game, tea vs. coffee, Constantine hashtags, and more!

You can check out the episode HERE and for those of you who use iTunes, we're already available HERE, so please subscribe and rate us! If direct download MP3s are more your thing, you can find those HERE as well. In addition, we have our Dangerous Habits show page on Facebook, which you can check out HERE. And we're also on Twitter using the account @DangerousHabit5 because some bloody arse already claimed @DangerousHabits.

Be sure to share these with all of your friends, enemies, demons, angels, sorcerers, ghosts, whomever, and help build our new podcast into something special. Oh, and send us your thoughts about the show or the podcast via Twitter and Facebook. As soon as we get some more, we'll be reading them on the podcast.

Don't forget to watch the next episode, "A Whole World Out There," tonight on NBC, then keep checking iTunes, Libsyn and the Southgate Media Group website for our next Constantine review!


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