James Bond is a seriously weird franchise. In this episode, we’re tackling the short-lived, non-canon Bond stories: Casino Royale (1967), On Her Majesty’s Secret Service, Never Say Never Again, and both Timothy Dalton films.
Taking a week off sure left us with a lot to talk about, and we even cut a few things out! (We’ll miss you, Goethe’s Faust.) Join us as we catch you up on what’s been going on in our spare time.
Join us as we take a look at Tuca and Bertie, discussing adult animation, sex and relationships, surrealism, and how sometimes your limbs just figuratively fall off and that’s okay.
Green knights, hazel woods, and… well, we got two synonyms for green out of this week’s ‘what we’ve been up to’ things. That’s something!
What do Scientology, internet preservation, and shady advertising for children have in common? Neopets! No, really.
There are really no words to describe the wild genre-hopping we did over the past couple of weeks. We’ve got it all.
Join us as we venture into the 70s and 80s in Bond films with Roger Moore’s snarky, snobbish take on the famous (and infamous) spy.
Missy’s been up to nothing, but thankfully Merri has it covered with—seriously, another episode we have to be extra-special-sure we mark explicit? Good lord.
Join us on this trip down memory lane and into the forests of Forks as we examine Twilight, the enormously loved and extremely reviled YA vampire series!
Hope you’re ready for some mood ping-pong this week as we both consumed very different kinds of media. Only God can judge us (especially Missy).