The influence of disco and the club kid scene on early hip-hop; the divinity of Jaden Smith; Nas’s place in history; and many other related topics when Sam Petersen returns to join Eddie and Miranda for a get down on Netflix’s The Get Down.
Eddie and Miranda talk about a grab bag of topics including Questlove’s memoir, The Wicked and The Divine, and beef jerky, before being joined by Sam for more on Netflix’s The Get Down!
Take My Wife, the brilliant comedy series from Cameron Esposito and Rhea Butcher, proves lesbians on TV don’t always have to die. And, in recurring segment The Spirit & The Letter, the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles just WON’T die. The gang discusses both of these phenomena on the thirteenth episode of Shoot the Projectionist.
Take a trip down traumatizing memory lane with Eddie, Miranda, and Sam, then stick around for The Spirit & The Letter, with Patrick, as we wrap-up of our two-part talk on the Ninja Turtles.
Is Leslie Knope the Anti-Trump? Do some phrases need to be retired from comedy? Do we need the term “revival” as distinct from “reboot”? Eddie, Miranda, and Sam attempt to answer these questions.
The gang’s all here to discuss HarmonQuest and a subject near to our collective heart: Role-playing games!
Touchstones or landmines? Miranda and Sam explain Howl’s Moving Castle and all things Studio Ghibli to Eddie, then interview author Leslie Light about gaming while female.
It’s the Shoot the Projectionist Christmas Special! We discuss PeeWee, Star Trek TNG, The Ref, Home for the Holidays, that one Scrooge-themed Cheerios commercial… AND hear a Christmas song from Jonathan Beast & the Bathroom Floors!
Cartoonist Jesse Reklaw discusses his new book Lovf with Miranda! And the gang ends up arguing over Rogue One while trying to talk about the positive side of 2016.
The gang declares undying love for Steven Universe. Then, part two of our interview with cartoonist and musician Jesse Reklaw!