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Pretty actor Tyrone Power comes back from WWII and wants to play more serious part. So here he is as a carnival worker who rises through like as an increasingly successful con man. Until he doesn’t. Great noir visuals and wonderful performances by the underseen Helen Walker, and the can’t-be-overseen Joan Blondell. Take a Trip Down "Nightmare Alley…
 
Arr, matey! Not only be it days from the equinox, but it be International Talk Like a Pirate Day. What better time to wrap up the Summer of Spielberg with “Hook,” a (misguided?) Peter Pan sequel starring Robin Williams as Peter, Dustin Hoffman as Captain Hook, and Julia Roberts as Tinkerbell, all gallivanting around a very crowded and overlit stage…
 
We go back to where it all started! Let’s play the feud… the actual original home game of Family Feud, with answers compiled by polling 1970s audiences standing in line to watch “Family Feud!” Survey Says… Classic Feud! Monty Ashley with Tony Sindelar, Cicero Holmes, Glenn Fleishman, Jean MacDonald and Shelly Brisbin Support this show and other sho…
 
As we prepare to exit the Summer of Spielberg, things have taken a bit of a turn. We’ve taken out our surgical tools to diagnose just what went wrong with “Ready Player One,” in which a director who is much more interested in movies than video games and who himself deeply influenced 80s culture is put in charge of a too-faithful adaptation of a boo…
 
We wrap up another season of “Magnum, podcast” with another episode about death. It’s Tanaka’s final episode, and what an unsatisfying conclusion it is. But there’s a Jan Hammer-style musical montage, and machine guns, and other things that remind us of “Miami Vice” and not “Magnum, p.i.” Fortunately, there’s also T.C. and Thomas debating the merit…
 
This week, things are getting extra creepy in Blue Valley, as we discuss the latest episode of Stargirl. Then we take on the party prince himself, Thor, in the most recent installment of What If…?. To get your question discussed on the show, email us at biff@theincomparable.com or find us on Twitter. What If...?, Season 1, Episode 7 / Stargirl, Sea…
 
Stephen and Tiff exchange Dundie awards, only to find out they gave each other the same award: Most Promising Co-Host. After the mild embarrassment, the two discuss “Michael’s Last Dundies”. This episode of “The Office” originally aired on April 21, 2011. "Every day is black-tie optional." Host Tiff Arment and Stephen Hackett Referenced Works The O…
 
Eric and Jason cover two really great episodes. First up, “Durka Returns”, where — you guessed it — the Peacekeeper Durka who imprisoned and tortured Rygel for 130 years returns seemingly from the dead. But now he’s a kinder, gentler Durka courtesy of the Nebari and their “mental cleansing”. Or is he? Let’s see how Rygel reacts to this. The Nebari …
 
After a break, some of our adventurers return to the Red Water dam to try an alternate path to defeat the Queen and her goblins and restore water to Whitesparrow! But what is the fate of Samson Jothem’s robot panda, Pascal? Whitesparrow, part 22 Host Tony Sindelar and Dan Moren with Rosemary Orchard, Aleen Simms, Monty Ashley, Shelly Brisbin and Ja…
 
Hola, Swamp Kittens! Kelly, Lisa, and Don return to entertain the kindle of you with MCU TV content. In that there was a mention of this week’s What If episode, a discussion of everyone’s level of honked off-edness about it, and then wandering off into Kelly’s house with some theories from Twitter. Send your questions for the Professor, your theori…
 
Listener Isaac wants us to judge if a certain “floating bridge” is actually a ferry. This leads, of course, to a discussion of infinite bridges and whether a fairy is a ferry in California. Host John Siracusa and Jason Snell Show Notes & Links Bridge or Ferry?על ידי Robot or Not?
 
We thought we’d start a run of episodes continuing our theme of things around the house with a simple topic: bench or counter/countertop. It turns out after finishing a meal, we need to sidle into the bathroom, find the pocket door. We also learn that we must stop sitting on top of things off which one normally eats food—it’s rude! And, in some par…
 
Several felonies stacked on top of each other in a trench coat. The Suicide Squad Host Joe Rosensteel and Dan Sturm Referenced Works The Suicide Squad Show Notes & Links The Suicide Squad (2021) - IMDb The Suicide Squad (film) - Wikipediaעל ידי Defocused
 
Arr, matey! Not only be it days from the equinox, but it be International Talk Like a Pirate Day. What better time to wrap up the Summer of Spielberg with “Hook,” a (misguided?) Peter Pan sequel starring Robin Williams as Peter, Dustin Hoffman as Captain Hook, and Julia Roberts as Tinkerbell, all gallivanting around a very crowded and overlit stage…
 
We take a break from the usual Ted Lasso formula to follow Coach Beard on a wild night of adventures, that might have happened…or not? Host Dan Moren with John Moltz, Guy English and Tony Sindelar Referenced Works Ted Lasso Show Notes & Linksעל ידי Football is Life
 
We go back to where it all started! Let’s play the feud… the actual original home game of Family Feud, with answers compiled by polling 1970s audiences standing in line to watch “Family Feud!” Survey Says… Classic Feud! Host Monty Ashley with Tony Sindelar, Cicero Holmes, Glenn Fleishman, Jean MacDonald and Shelly Brisbin…
 
In this corner, it’s combat in the cafeteria as we discuss the latest episode of Stargirl. Then, we move on to an episode of What If…? that poses the tantalizing question: what if a complex and nuanced villain was simply a psychopath? To get your question discussed on the show, email us at biff@theincomparable.com or find us on Twitter. What If...?…
 
Tiff and Stephen practice starting the podcast in a new way. But it only resulted in panicked silence. They decided it best to stick with tradition and discuss “Training Day”. This episode of “The Office” originally aired on April 14, 2011. "I happen to like the hilarious hijinks I get myself into." Host Tiff Arment and Stephen Hackett Referenced W…
 
Is it the final confrontation with the Queen of the Red Water Cult? Who is that prisoner in the corner? Is he friend or foe? For answers to questions such as these, listen to this episode. Whitesparrow, part 22 Host Tony Sindelar and Dan Moren with Cicero Holmes, Rosemary Orchard, Shelly Brisbin, Monty Ashley, Aleen Simms and James Thomson Show Not…
 
Hail, Swamp Kittens! Kelly, Don, and Lisa return for the latest episode of What If…? and end up adding a new phrase to the MCUTV vernacular, and Kelly auditions for Scott Lang’s spot in the Avengers by telling a terrible joke. Send theories for Kelly, questions for the Professor, and any murder lizard content to mcutv@theincomparable.com or @iwantm…
 
As we prepare to exit the Summer of Spielberg, things have taken a bit of a turn. We’ve taken out our surgical tools to diagnose just what went wrong with “Ready Player One,” in which a director who is much more interested in movies than video games and who himself deeply influenced 80s culture is put in charge of a too-faithful adaptation of a boo…
 
As we prepare to exit the Summer of Spielberg, things have taken a bit of a turn. We’ve taken out our surgical tools to diagnose just what went wrong with “Ready Player One,” in which a director who is much more interested in movies than video games and who himself deeply influenced 80s culture is put in charge of a too-faithful adaptation of a boo…
 
The FA cup semifinal. A bike accident. Dating apps. Fathers and children. It all comes to a head in this episode of “Ted Lasso.” Host Chip Sudderth with Jean MacDonald, David J. Loehr and Tom McGrath Referenced Works Ted Lasso Show Notes & Linksעל ידי Football is Life
 
Join Amanda and William as they take Kathy into an unapologetically queer journey of fantastical stories, seedy crimes, entertaining performances, and hilarious jokes, plus the always despotic FIYE Bonus. Theme Music by Christopher and Adelaide Breen Edited by Dear Podcast Incomparable Memberships!: Sign up, help support this show, and get some fun…
 
Our Agents are taking a short vacation. In the meantime, you can revisit our very first mission. We start with little pre-episode reminiscing about the past 18 months of Agents of S.M.O.O.C.H and then return to our inaugural Valentine’s Day episode. We celebrated the holiday of love with a draft of our Special Agent’s favourite romance movies paire…
 
All this fuss over one lady in a painting. Laura! Loads of men want her, she has a song that’s quite memorable, and everyone in this movie talks about her constantly. Otto Preminger directs Gene Tierney, Vincent Price, Dana Andrews, and Clifton Webb. It’s a great cast, and the film comes just as we’re entering the film noir era. But it’s far too pr…
 
Stephen and Tiff are having a garage sale! Stephen’s table is covered with old Mac cables, truck parts, and maybe some cool Field Notes. Tiff is selling extra art supplies, some old golf clubs, and an Xbox 360 that totally still works. After chasing away all their customers, the two spend the rest of the afternoon discussing “Garage Sale”. This epi…
 
Aliens, paint monsters, and zombies, oh my! This week, we cover Legends of Tomorrow’s season finale, in which everything…works out. Then, it’s the latest very creepy installment of Stargirl. Finally, a What If…? episode that really makes you use your brain. To get your question discussed on the show, email us at biff@theincomparable.com or find us …
 
Spoon River…wider than a mile. Okay, now that we have that out of our way, join Lisa Schmeiser as we discuss Edgar Lee Master’s poetic collection *Spoon River Anthology *(1915). Host John McCoy with Lisa Schmeiser Referenced Works Spoon River Anthology Show Notes & Links Spoon River Anthology (Wikipedia)…
 
We wrap up another season of “Magnum, podcast” with another episode about death. It’s Tanaka’s final episode, and what an unsatisfying conclusion it is. But there’s a Jan Hammer-style musical montage, and machine guns, and other things that remind us of “Miami Vice” and not “Magnum, p.i.” Fortunately, there’s also T.C. and Thomas debating the merit…
 
Eric and Jason continue their rewatch of every episode of Farscape. This means that sometimes you watch some that are good and sometimes some that are not so good. First up, the mostly not good “The Flax”. Where Aeryn and John finally reveal their true feelings for one another (the good) and the rest of the crew do things we don’t really care about…
 
It has been too long, and Moze and Sam made up for it on this one. We took a look at the latest two episodes of “What if…?” just to make sure that the cartoon universes are stable. Then Sam makes a full-on sales call to convince Moze that the newest MCU film is better than what has come before. Both watchers also went down two very different stream…
 
Our motley crew of (mostly) inexperienced adventurers continues their search for the source of the mysterious Queen of Red Water by murdering some goblins and impersonating other ones. Once again, we’ll make you empathize with the NPCs right before we kill (most of) them. Whitesparrow, part 21 Host Tony Sindelar and Dan Moren with Cicero Holmes, Mo…
 
Erika and Steven dive back into Lazy Doctor Whoing (Lazy Doctoring Who?) with a couple episodes of a notorious story. So far so good? mostly? ish? OOO (2-3) Host Erika Ensign and Steven Schapansky Referenced Works Doctor Who [Amazon] Show Notes & Linksעל ידי Lazy Doctor Who
 
Swamp Kittens unite! It may well be the last thing you do in this timeline. Kelly, Don, and Lisa are back to chat about the cheery uplifting latest episode of What If…? and theorize about a few possible outcomes of this chapter. Enjoy! Send your theories for Kelly, your questions for the Professor, and your murder lizard content to mcutv@theincompa…
 
This week we discuss Ted’s reluctance to actually talk about his problems to Doc Sharon, the whole I-Got-You-Babe thing between Roy and Keeley, the mysterious comings and goings of Coach Beard, and most importantly, our frustration with Nate’s bad behavior. Host Jason Snell with Casey Liss, Kelly Guimont and James Thomson Referenced Works Ted Lasso…
 
Hop on your tripod killing machine and watch out for common cold viruses — if it’s New Jersey, it must be an alien invasion! We cover 2005’s “War of the Worlds,” starring Tom Cruise as a dad who just wants to protect his kids from the end of the world. Well, maybe one of his kids. Screaming! Explosions! Implausible plot points! Not enough Miranda O…
 
Hop on your tripod killing machine and watch out for common cold viruses — if it’s New Jersey, it must be an alien invasion! We cover 2005’s “War of the Worlds,” starring Tom Cruise as a dad who just wants to protect his kids from the end of the world. Well, maybe one of his kids. Screaming! Explosions! Implausible plot points! Not enough Miranda O…
 
Tiff tortures Stephen by attempting to fit pieces of spaghetti into the ports of her computer. After he wrestles the laptop away from her, the two sit down to discuss “Todd Packer”. This episode of “The Office” originally aired on February 24, 2011. "I'm full-on corrupt." Host Tiff Arment and Stephen Hackett Referenced Works The Office (U.S.) Show …
 
The team reassembles this week to take on a bigger threat: three episodes of superhero TV. First up, we cover the penultimate installment of Legends of Tomorrow: too dark? Or just dark enough? Then it’s back to summer school as Stargirl brings back some fan favorite bad guys. Finally, we tackle the most recent episode of What If…? and our previous …
 
En garde! Dana Wynter returns, but this time she’s a former Higgins crush. Unfortunately, Higgins “accidentally” electrocutes her jerk husband with a fencing foil and is accused of his murder. But maybe the wife did it! Or her son, TV’s Spider-Man, Nicholas Hammond! Or maybe it’s the other guest star who we haven’t accounted for yet! We discuss Mag…
 
En garde! Dana Wynter returns, but this time she’s a former Higgins crush. Unfortunately, Higgins “accidentally” electrocutes her jerk husband with a fencing foil and is accused of his murder. But maybe the wife did it! Or her son, TV’s Spider-Man, Nicholas Hammond! Or maybe it’s the other guest star who we haven’t accounted for yet! We discuss Mag…
 
Rounding out our Harrison Ford trilogy, former CIA analyst Lex Friedman is beset by vengeful Irish terrorist Dan Moren as they watch 1992’s Patriot Games. Hot topics include dense plotting, similarities with other Ford characters, and the complexities of the Ryanverse. Programming Note: In addition to this capsule episode, which contains our discus…
 
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