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This podcast has everyone: Pru, MK, Leupagus, Twentysomething, Merelyn, and The Hoyden, all coming together to experience the great love story of princess toiletbrush and her loyal speed skating space wolf with wings. Also, Sean Bumblebean, King of the Bees.
Stefon describes Jupiter Ascending
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Tagged bees, channing tatum, fantasy, female gaze, jupiter ascending, leupagus, merelyn, mila kunis, movies, scifi, the hoyden, twentysomething
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Wow, guys, it’s another first time, because this week Pru and MK are joined by not only The Hoyden, but also by MK’s friend Paul, the first dude we’ve ever had on the podcast. We open with a quick discussion of Sailor Moon Crystal, Mythbusters, Fresh Off the Boat, and the Legend of Zelda Netflix show (confirmed after recording). For our longer discussion this week, we dip into one of the worst fandoms that all of us share: Naruto. Tune in to learn about why Naruto is the worst, how Kishimoto gave us all blue balls, and then listen to us struggle to figure out why Kakashi is so great. (Because he is. He is SO great.) It’s a dark day for fandom, so you might as well join us as we fail at everything.
Note: there is some construction noise in the background of this episode because fucking Toronto, of course there is. Sorry about that.
In Bond and Blood by The Hoyden [Kakashi/Iruka]
Remnants of Solitude by paxnirvana [Kakashi/Iruka]
Diplomatic Relations by maldoror_gw [Rock Lee/Gara]
Recommended for Admission by Pentapus [Kakashi/Iruka]
Animal Crackers by Pentapus and Torch [Kakashi/Iruka]
Fair Play by Pirate Burn [Kakashi/Iruka]
Spoilers: Naruto chapters 699 and 700
Side by side animation comparison of SMC broadcast vs dvd – Kotaku
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This week we premier our new episode format with a quick discussion of #Gamergate, and a hodgepodge of new and returning shows including The Librarians, Mythbusters (and their new format), and Marvel’s Agent Carter. For our longer discussion this week, we chat about some recent norm-space incursions on fandom’s crumbling fourth wall and set a timer for receipt of hate mail by talking about paying for fan art versus paying for fan fic.