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Saturday, August 29, 2020

GHOSTWOOD 082: "Beyond the Sea" Is Up!


"Did Boggs confess?"
"No.  No, it was five hours of Boggs’ channeling.  After three hours I asked him to summon up the soul of Jimi Hendrix and requested 'All Along the Watchtower.'  You know, guy’s been dead twenty years, but he still hasn’t lost his edge."
-- Special Agents Dana Scully and Fox Mulder, The X-Files: "Beyond the Sea"

It is happening again...My co-host with the most Xan Sprouse and I are back with a new episode of Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast!  In this episode, we continue our retrospective of Twin Peaks actors appearing on The X-Files by discussing "Beyond the Sea:, the thirteenth episode of The X-Files Season One from 1994, featuring David Duchovny as Fox Mulder, Gillian Anderson as Dana Scully, Don Davis as Captain William Scully, and Brad Dourif as Luther Lee Boggs!

LET'S ROCK!

In this episode, Xan and I discuss things like more on the various Twin Peaks home video releases and re-releases, expanding the orbit of Twin Peaks discussions, neither of us knowing anything about Stargate SG-1, more of my argument that Major Briggs on Twin Peaks and Captain William Scully on The X-Files are the same fictional character, going down the Richard D. Anderson Wormhole, Don Davis in A League of Their Own, Nicholas Lea pre-Alex Krycek, Brad Dourif in Alien Resurrection, the Incredible Hulk TV series, Scully's small rebellions against her parents, "Beyond the Sea" being written in response to criticisms about Scully's limited characterization, the reversal of Scully being the believer and Mulder being the skeptic, Chris Carter convincing the president of 20th Century Fox to let him cast Brad Dourif, Don Davis sitting in another Twin Peaks-esque chair, why you should never get out of your car until you see a police officer's ID, Scott Glenn as Jack Crawford in The Silence of the Lambs, Boggs telling Scully he has a final message from her father but won't tell her what it is unless she's there for his execution, X-Files writers Glen Morgan and James Wong, Ghostwood Mail from Holly Mac, DJ Nik and Jesse Jackson, Xan never getting into Babylon 5, various covers of  the song "Beyond the Sea", Xan watching Doom Patrol, Jerry Springer's tagline, and more!

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Be sure to come back in two weeks for Episode 083, as Xan and I discuss "Shapes", the nineteenth episode of The X-Files Season One, featuring Twin Peaks actor Michael Horse as Sheriff Charles Tskany, Ty Miller as Lyle Parker, and Donnelly Rhodes as Jim Parker!

Thursday, August 27, 2020

NEXT STOP EVERYWHERE 197: "The Gunfighters" Is Up!


"Allow me, sir, to introduce...Ms. Dodo DuPont -- Wizard of the Ivory Keys -- and Steven Regret, tenor, and lastly, your humble servant, Doctor...Caligari..."
"Doctor who?"
"Yes, quite right."
-- The First Doctor and Bat Masterson, Doctor Who: "The Gunfighters"

Hello again, everyone!  My partner in time Jesse Jackson and I are back with another new episode of Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast!  This time, we're joined by special guest companion John Takacs to discuss "The Gunfighters", the seventh serial from Doctor Who Season Three in 1966, featuring William Hartnell as the First Doctor, Peter Purves as Steven Taylor, Jackie Lane as "Dodo" Chaplet, and John Alderson as Wyatt Earp!

In this episode, Jesse, John and I discuss things like John growing a beard, the Gum Chewer in Blazing Saddles, the Apple Mac "1984" commercial, the horrible song "The Ballad of the Last Chance Saloon", the 1920 horror film The Cabinet of Dr. Caligari, John Ford's My Darling Clementine, John's love of "The Gunfighters", the Doctor not being very active in the story, William Hartnell and Patrick Troughton being written out of episodes here and there, wondering why the Doctor didn't go to another time and place to get his tooth fixed, the Doctor establishing his dislike of guns, Dodo not taking things seriously, Bat Masterson not being involved in the Gunfight at the O.K. Corral, more bad American accents from English actors, Charlie the bartender deserving to be killed, the movie Tombstone vs. "The Gunfighters", the Clantons getting individual personalities, Dodo being a badass, our favorite quotes of the episode, my Reverse the Reverse the Polarity segment, new feedback from Dave Proctor and Holly Mac, Next Stop Everywhere getting 400 page likes on Facebook, my return to Jesse's Set Lusting Bruce podcast, and more!

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We now have a NEW Next Stop Everywhere t-shirt with our current logo, which you can find on TeePublic right HEREThis spiffy new shirt looks great when you're listening to your favorite Doctor Who podcast and travelling through time and space!  Or your could order all sorts of cool Next Stop Everywhere merch there as well!

And hey, if you'd like to pick up our classic logo Next Stop Everywhere t-shirt, you can also find it on TeePublic right HERE!  Help support the show and feel free to post pictures on our Facebook page of you or some other cool person you know wearing the shirt!

Be sure to come back next week, as Jesse and I discuss "Gridlock", the third episode from Doctor Who Series Three in 2007, featuring David Tennant as the Tenth Doctor, Freema Agyeman as Martha Jones, Ardal O'Hanlon as Thomas Kincade Brannigan, and the return of Anna Hope as Novice Hame!

Wednesday, August 26, 2020

TITANTALK 059: "Wax Patrol" Is Up!


"Okay, so we teleported up Walt Disney's asshole.  Now what?"
-- Robotman/Cliff Steele, Doom Patrol: "Wax Patrol"

Hello again, Doom Patrol fans!  My co-host DJ Nik and I are back for a brand-new episode of TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast!  This time, we discuss "Wax Patrol", the Season 2 finale of Doom Patrol, featuring Abigail Shapiro as Dorothy Spinner, Mark Sheppard as Willoughby Kipling, Samantha Marie Ware as Miranda, and Lex Lang as the voice of the Candlemaker!

In this episode, DJ Nik and I discuss things like our bittersweet Doom Patrol Season 2 finale symphony, hoping for a Season 3 announcement, Johnny Bills being a nod to Johnny Cash, why the tale of Miranda and Johnny's sex orgy should be on Disney+, Johnny not asking Miranda that he wanted to host an orgy before having his swinger friends come over, Jane taking over from Miranda as the primary personality, the origin of Crazy Jane's 64 personalities, "Miranda" being revealed as Daddy Challis, both of us needing a Robotman Funko figure, hoping that Cliff's daughter Clara forgives him for missing her wedding to save the world from Candlelocaypse, Cyborg listening to The Cure, Vic's imaginary friend Doctor Cowboy, Rita's imaginary friend Mademoiselle Roxy, Cliff's imaginary friend Imaginary Jesus, satire of Jesus on South Park and Family Guy, Imaginary Jesus beating Cliff up with his own arm, ending Season 2 on a premature cliffhanger due to COVID-19, our favorite quotes of the episode, Titans Season 3 news from the DC FanDome: Hall of Heroes online event, new Tell It to TitanTalk email from Holly Mac and Chris from Colorado, my Columbus BlueJackets and Nik's Montreal Canadiens losing in the NHL playoffs, why everyone needs to write my Fandom Zone co-host Jesse Jackson to lobby for The Umbrella Academy reviews, and more!

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Be sure to come back soon when we discuss Season 3 of Titans and Doom Patrol!  Look for more of TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Play Music, YouTube, Libsyn, and the official Southgate Media Group website!

Sunday, August 23, 2020

Matt Reeves Debuts THE BATMAN Teaser Trailer at DC FanDome


The Riddler wants to play a game with the Batman.

During the last panel of the DC FanDome: Hall of Heroes online event, Matt Reeves, director of the upcoming Warner Bros/DC Comics film The Batman, unveiled the first teaser trailer and gave us our first good look at star Robert Pattinson as the latest incarnation of Batman/Bruce Wayne.

The two-minute, 23-second trailer opens with the unsettling sound of duct tape, as a mysterious masked figure in black body armor pulls out a strip while he kneels over an unconscious man on the floor.  We cut to later, as the murdered man has been placed in a chair with his face completely covered in duct tape and the words "NO MORE LIES" written on the tape with a red marker.

As the sound of the Nirvana song "Something in the Way" begins to play, we gather the man is presumably someone important, as we see dozens of Gotham City police give way to Commissioner James Gordon (Jeffrey Wright) as he enters the crime scene.  "From your secret friend," he reads in a voiceover.

"Who?" asks Batman as he also enters the room, although we only see his black boots and cape.

"Haven't a clue..." continues Gordon as he shines his flashlight on some taped-up front pages of The Gotham Gazette and The Gotham Times that have the word "LIES" written upon them in large red paint.  We then see that Gordon is reading from a greeting card left by the murderer.  "...Let's play a game, just me and you."

Gordon stops reading, then asks Batman, "Any of this mean anything to you?"  He holds up a green envelope with is labeled "To the Batman".  Batman steps into full view as he slowly approaches the envelope Gordon's holding.

We then cut to the police speaking before a group of reporters in the street, while Bruce's eyes, smeared with black makeup, watch intently from the shadows.

Next, we hear the voice of Bruce's mentor and butler Alfred Pennyworth (Andy Serkis) tell Bruce, "You've become quite the celebrity."  Bruce enters the Batcave on a motorcycle and removes his helmet.

We glimpse Bruce rescuing a young boy as a car crashes into the inside of a church during what appears to be a funeral service for the victim.  A man suddenly appears with a cell phone taped to his hand and a note taped to his chest that reads "To the Batman".

"Why's he writing to you?" asks Alfred in a voiceover.

We then cut to a masked Selina Kyle (ZoĆ« Kravitz), who slides down a rope from a skylight and begins to break into something.

We hear an electronically distorted voice say "IF YOU ARE JUSTICE, PLEASE DO NOT LIE" as we see Batman shoving some cops until Gordon intervenes, followed by Selina fighting Batman.  "WHAT IS THE PRICE FOR YOUR BLIND EYE?" asks the ominous voice, which presumably belongs to The Riddler (Paul Dano).

In another scene, Batman is confronted by a threatening gang wearing Joker-like makeup.  "What are you supposed to be?" asks the leader.

Batman begins to brutally pummel the leader several times, knocking him unconscious.  "I'm vengeance," he replies.

We see the rear rocket engine of the new version of the Batmobile, which looks like a souped-up muscle car, ignite as the engines rev up.  Someone states "Whoa!  This guy's crazy!" as Batman evades police by firing a grappling hook line upward.

The official logo for The Batman comes into view in block red letters, followed by a final scene of Bruce taking off his mask in the Batcave.  Over a computer, the Riddler's voice tells him, "You're part of this, too."

"How am I part of this?" asks Bruce.

"You'll see," replies the Riddler in an extremely creepy tone.

If you'd like to see the new trailer, you can check it out below thanks to the official Warner Bros. Pictures account on YouTube...




The Batman is currently expected to arrive in theaters on October 1, ?0?1.

Saturday, August 22, 2020

James Gunn Reveals THE SUICIDE SQUAD Cast at DC FanDome


At last, we finally know the people who will put their lives on the line for our country.

During today's DC FanDome online event, James Gunn, director of the upcoming Warner Bros./DC Extended Universe film The Suicide Squad, revealed the main cast for his standalone sequel to the 2016 movie Suicide Squad.

The list, which comprises several cast members returning from Suicide Squad, also features a number of surprising (and, let's face it, extremely obscure) additions from DC Comics' long history.  Here's the rundown...

Viola Davis as Amanda Waller
Joel Kinnaman as Colonel Rick Flag
Michael Rooker as Savant
Flula Borg as Javelin
Margot Robbie as Harley Quinn
David Dastmalchian as Polka-Dot Man
Daniela Melchior as Ratcatcher 2
Idris Elba as Bloodsport
Steve Agee as King Shark
Mayling Ng as Mongal
Peter Capaldi as The Thinker
Pete Davidson as Blackguard
Nathan Fillion as T.D.K.
Sean Gunn as Weasel
Jai Courtney as Captain Boomerang
John Cena as Peacemaker
Alice Braga as Sol Soria
Storm Reid as Bloodsport's daughter, Tyla DuBois
Taika Waititi as TBD/Undisclosed

The cast was revealed in a special "Roll Call" video, which debuted during the panel, and you can view it below along with a special "Behind the Scenes" video, giving us our first look at the film:




The Suicide Squad
is currently expected to arrive in theaters on August 6, 2021.


Thursday, August 20, 2020

NEXT STOP EVERYWHERE 196: "Shada" Is Up!


"Did you just see what I didn't see?"
"No."
"Neither did I."
-- The Fourth Doctor and Chris Parsons, Doctor Who: "Shada"

Hello again, everyone!  My partner in time Jesse Jackson and I are back with another new episode of Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast!  This time, we're joined by special guest companion Dave Proctor to discuss "Shada", the unaired final serial from Doctor Who Season 17 in 1980, written by Douglas Adams and completed in 2017 using animation, featuring Tom Baker as the Fourth Doctor, Lalla Ward as the Second Romana, David Brierley as the voice of K-9, Denis Carey as as Professor Chronotis, and Christopher Neame as Skagra!

In this episode, Jesse, and I discuss things like Dave making his Next Stop Everywhere debut, how Dave got into Doctor Who, Dave getting his wife into Doctor Who, why Dave picked "Shada" to discuss, Douglas Adams using elements of "Shada" for his novel Dirk Gently's Holistic Detective Agency, running down the timeline of events of how fans got to finally see "Shada" completed, more of Jesse discussing classic era pacing, Douglas Adams and Tom Baker being such a great pairing, 2017 Tom Baker reprising the Fourth Doctor at the end of "Shada", Warwick Davis in Willow, the Doctor parking the TARDIS in Professor Chronotis' office, the TARDIS helping humans find their way easily, the Doctor's telepathic contact, Salyavin being a political prisoner of the Time Lords, Professor Chronotis serving every visitor tea and biscuits, wondering why Skagra didn't have more Kraags, the Doctor riding a bicycle through Cambridge, our favorite quotes of the episode, my Reverse the Reverse the Polarity segment, new feedback from Holly Mac, my ultra-cheap sound effect machine, and more!

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We now have a NEW Next Stop Everywhere t-shirt with our current logo, which you can find on TeePublic right HEREThis spiffy new shirt looks great when you're listening to your favorite Doctor Who podcast and travelling through time and space!  Or your could order all sorts of cool Next Stop Everywhere merch there as well!

And hey, if you'd like to pick up our classic logo Next Stop Everywhere t-shirt, you can also find it on TeePublic right HERE!  Help support the show and feel free to post pictures on our Facebook page of you or some other cool person you know wearing the shirt!

Be sure to come back next week, as special guest companion John Takacs returns to Next Stop Everywhere and joins Jesse and me to discuss "The Gunfighters", the seventh serial from Doctor Who Season Three in 1966, featuring William Hartnell as the First Doctor, Peter Purves as Steven Taylor, Jackie Lane as "Dodo" Chaplet, and John Alderson as Wyatt Earp!

Tuesday, August 18, 2020

TITANTALK 058: "Dad Patrol" Is Up!


"What's the difference between now and later?"
"The difference is that I get to say goodbye to my daughter."
-- Willoughby Kipling and The Chief, Doom Patrol: "Dad Patrol"

Hello again, Doom Patrol fans!  My co-host DJ Nik and I are back for a brand-new episode of TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast!  This time, we discuss "Dad Patrol", the eighth episode from Doom Patrol Season 2, featuring Abigail Shapiro as Dorothy Spinner, Karen Obilom as Roni Evers, Mark Sheppard as Willoughby Kipling, and Lex Lang as the voice of the Candlemaker!

In this episode, DJ Nik and I discuss things like Italy shutting down their discotheques, Doom Patrol having a lot of female directors, Daddy Challis hanging out with BOB from Twin Peaks, the fathers of Doom Patrol, Miranda being a flower child from the Manson Family, Jane being the perfect persona to confront Miranda, Cliff finally getting some love in the karma department, Clara quickly coming to terms with her father being alive and now a robot, Cliff being cool with his daughter being a lesbian, finally getting to see Larry spending time with Jane, calling out Funko for their lack of Doom Patrol figures, what Negative Man looks like under his bandages, Jane going back into the well her father punished her with as a child, Miranda revealing her true colors, the Beekeeper & Borg homage to The Avengers with John Steed and Emma Peel, Vic doing a Vick Move, the FBI getting their hands on a bottle of Uma Jelly, the Knights Templar questioning a guinea pig inside a pentagram, Willoughby Kipling telling the Chief that it's time to kill his daughter, our favorite quotes of the episode, new Tell It to TitanTalk email from Holly Mac, hoping for a Doom Patrol Season 3 announcement at DC's FanDome online event, and more!

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Be sure to come back next week as DJ Nik and I discuss "Wax Patrol", the Season 2 finale of Doom Patrol!  Look for more of TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Play Music, YouTube, Libsyn, and the official Southgate Media Group website!

Monday, August 17, 2020

THE FANDOM ZONE 189: "Stars & S.T.R.I.P.E., Part Two" Is Up!


"What are you doing up here, Pat?  You've got no powers, no S.T.R.I.P.E."
"I'm here to protect my wife!"
"What with exactly?"
"Our daughter!"
-- The Icicle and Pat Dugan, Stargirl: "Stars & S.T.R.I.P.E., Part Two"

Hello again, everyone!  My co-host Jesse Jackson and I are back with another new episode of The Fandom Zone Podcast!  This time, we discuss "Stars & S.T.R.I.P.E., Part Two", the Season One finale of the DC Universe/CW series Stargirl, featuring Brec Bassinger as Stargirl, Luke Wilson as S.T.R.I.P.E., Neil Jackson as Icicle, Christopher James Baker as Brainwave, and the debut of Solomon Grundy!

In this episode, Jesse and I talk about things like the Season One finale being dedicated to Geoff Johns' sister Courtney Johns, some comics background on the Silent Knight, bookending Season One with Christmas, wondering why Stargirl would go out in a midriff and shorts in the wintertime, Stargirl vs. S.T.R.I.P.E., Pat confronting Icicle without his armor to save Barbara, Mike murdering Icicle, the new JSA vs. the ISA, Justin setting up the Seven Soldiers for Season 2, Shiv literally shivving the Dragon King, Beth losing her Dr. Mid-Nite goggles and Chuck, Isaac Bowin taking another step toward becoming the Fiddler, Hourman not killing Solomon Grundy, Wildcat killing Brainwave, geeking out over finally seeing The Shade in live action, Shiv teasing Eclipso for Season 2, wondering if Sylvester Pemberton is really not dead and whether he'll become Skyman, our favorite quotes of the episode, the DC Universe original shows moving to HBO Max, the bad timing of having the DC FanDome event after major layoffs at DC Comics, new Fandom Zone Fanmail from Ken from Chicago, talking The X-Files on Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast, and more!

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And if that isn't enough for you, you can also check us out on YouTube, Soundcloud, and the official Southgate Media Group website!  Oh, and if you're interested in an officially official Fandom Zone Podcast t-shirt that all the cool kids are wearing, you can get those on TeePublic HERE as well!  Feel free to post a picture on our Facebook page of you or some other cool person you know wearing the shirt!

Be sure to come back soon as Jesse and I discuss Lucifer Season 5, right here on The Fandom Zone Podcast!

Saturday, August 15, 2020

GHOSTWOOD 081: "The X-Files: Pilot" Is Up!


"The answers are there.  You just have to know where to look."
"That’s why they put the 'I' in FBI."
-- Special Agents Dana Scully and Fox Mulder, The X-Files: "Pilot"

It is happening again...My co-host with the most Xan Sprouse and I are back with a new episode of Ghostwood: The Twin Peaks Podcast!  In this episode, we begin exploring Twin Peaks actors appearing on The X-Files, starting with the pilot episode of The X-Files from 1993, introducing David Duchovny as Fox Mulder, Gillian Anderson as Dana Scully, William B. Davis as Cigarette Smoking Man, and Zachary Ansley as Billy Miles!

LET'S ROCK!

In this episode, Xan and I discuss things like not having a problem if people wanted to punch Georgia's governor in the stomach, The X-Files filling the Twin Peaks void, character actor William B. Davis, Don Davis appearing in Look Who's Talking, Xan being a fan of The Vanilla Ice Project, Chris Carter going against stereotypes and making Mulder the believer and Scully the skeptic, deleted and cut scenes from the pilot, David Duchovny having great legs, wondering how Mulder found out Scully was being assigned as his partner in time to do research on her before they met, wondering where Mulder got his can of red spray paint, our disappointment that David Patrick Kelly never appeared on The X-Files, Mulder initially being very reckless and eating his sunflower seeds, wondering why Billy Miles wasn't under video surveillance at the psychiatric hospital, the introduction of the nasal cavity implants and the concept of human/alien hybrids, Mulder still being the kid who witnessed his sister Samantha being abducted and his comparison to Bruce Wayne, Xan's love of the Flukeman, Ghostwood Mail from DJ Nik and Jesse Jackson, '90s syndicated horror TV shows, Mulder and Scully having a working relationship, Nicholas Lea being so good at being horrible as Krycek, Xan and I being X-perienced, and more!

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Be sure to come back next week for Episode 082, as Xan and I discuss "Beyond the Sea", the thirteenth episode of The X-Files Season One, featuring Twin Peaks actor Don S. Davis as Captain William Scully, Brad Dourif as Luther Lee Boggs, and introducing Sheila Larken as Margaret Scully!

Thursday, August 13, 2020

NEXT STOP EVERYWHERE 195: "The Visitation" Is Up!


"How do you feel now?"
"Groggy, sore and bad-tempered."
"Oh, almost your old self."
-- The Fifth Doctor and Tegan Jovanka, Doctor Who: "The Visitation"

Hello again, everyone!  My partner in time Jesse Jackson and I are back with another new episode of Next Stop Everywhere: The Doctor Who Podcast!  This time, we discuss "The Visitation", the fourth serial from Doctor Who Season 19 in 1982, featuring Peter Davison as the Fifth Doctor, Janet Fielding as Tegan Jovanka, Matthew Waterhouse as Adric, Sarah Sutton as Nyssa, and Michael Robbins as Richard Mace!

In this episode, Jesse, and I discuss things like the last appearance of the Sonic Screwdriver in the classic era, Peter Davison and Matthew Waterhouse having to respond to events in "Kinda" based solely on the script, Jesse being irritated by arguing on The West Wing, Nyssa dragging the sonic booster into her bedroom, the Doctor finally getting Tegan to Heathrow...only 300 years early, Richard Mace being an Almost Companion, the Fifth Doctor using a gun, my wanting a white hatstand like the Fifth Doctor's, the Great Fire of London being caused by the Terileptils, the Terileptils' plan to use rats to spread a plague to wipe out a large chunk of humanity so they can take over Earth, our favorite quotes of the episode, my Reverse the Reverse the Polarity segment, new feedback from Holly Mac and David K. Proctor, the big news that Christopher Eccleston has finally agreed to reprise the Ninth Doctor for Big Finish, and more!

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We now have a NEW Next Stop Everywhere t-shirt with our current logo, which you can find on TeePublic right HEREThis spiffy new shirt looks great when you're listening to your favorite Doctor Who podcast and travelling through time and space!  Or your could order all sorts of cool Next Stop Everywhere merch there as well!

And hey, if you'd like to pick up our classic logo Next Stop Everywhere t-shirt, you can also find it on TeePublic right HERE!  Help support the show and feel free to post pictures on our Facebook page of you or some other cool person you know wearing the shirt!

Be sure to come back next week, as special guest companion David K. Proctor makes his Next Stop Everywhere debut and joins Jesse and me to discuss "Shada", the unaired final serial from Doctor Who Season 17 recently completed using animation, written by Douglas Adams and featuring Tom Baker as the Fourth Doctor, Lalla Ward as the Second Romana, David Brierley as the voice of K-9, and Christopher Neame as Skagra!

Tuesday, August 11, 2020

TITANTALK 057: "Dumb Patrol" Is Up!


"Hey!  Hey!  I know I'm new to the group, and I don't know how you handle things like this."
"Well, typically, we just kind of wing it and everything works out."
-- Miranda and Negative Man, Doom Patrol: "Dumb Patrol"

Hello again, Doom Patrol fans!  My co-host DJ Nik and I are back for a brand-new episode of TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast!  This time, we discuss "Dumb Patrol", the seventh episode from Doom Patrol Season 2, featuring Karen Obilom as Roni Evers, Jhemma Ziegler as the Scant Queen, and the return of Tommy Snider as the Beard Hunter and Mark Sheppard as Willoughby Kipling!

In this episode, DJ Nik and I discuss things like collecting Doctor Who action figures, Cliff crashing through a billboard with pull quotes from Kite Man and Gerard Way, some comics background on the Scants, the return of the Painting That Ate Paris, the Beard Hunter painting only his front side white for camouflage, Larry trying to pass himself off as a doctor, the Doom Patrol meeting Miranda for the first time, Gerard Way's run on Doom Patrol, Roni asking Vic if he meant it when he told her he loved her, Roni swiping a bottle of Uma jelly, watching the Season 2 finale before recording this episode, the saga of Cliff walking all the way home to Doom Manor, wondering why the police never noticed Cliff during his long walk, fan fiction for Cliff taking a wrong turn and ending up in Twin Peaks, our theory on who sent Clara the videotape of the Chief confessing he caused Cliff's accident, Rita starting to realize that her mother screwed up her self-esteem, the implication that Dorothy was cursed with the Candlemaker, Willoughby Kipling having the hots for Baphomet, our favorite quotes of the episode, new Tell It to TitanTalk email from Holly Mac, talking some X-Files episodes on Ghostwood, and more!

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Be sure to come back next week as DJ Nik and I discuss "Dad Patrol", the eighth episode from Doom Patrol Season 2!  Look for more of TitanTalk: The Titans Podcast on Apple Podcasts, Stitcher, Google Play Music, YouTube, Libsyn, and the official Southgate Media Group website!