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#48 – No Good Deed Goes Unpunished

We cover the Game of Thrones finale — The Iron Throne with special guest George Stroumboulopoulos. Robert Pattinson in negotiations to play Batman. First trailer for HBO’s adaptation of His Dark Materials. First trailer for CW’s Batwoman. Steven King likes GOT’s Season 8. Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance Photos?! Aaron Paul longs for someone “real” in Westworld S3 trailer. The end of Humans. Back to the Future musical coming, because money. Vanity Fair reveals Star Wars details. New Coke returns in time for Stranger Things S3. Into the Spider-Verse coming to Netflix. Senator Elizabeth Warren & Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez review GOT. HBO boss shoots down possible Arya spinoff. Gwendoline gets timey wimey predicting throne winner. Watch List: Game Of Thrones Finale, the John Hughes homage, What We Left Behind, Hereditary, Dead To Me, Happytime Murders, Archer: 1999, Black Mirror Season 5.

Special Guest: George Stroumboulopoulos.

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#5 – Here Kitty Kitty!

SPOILERS – The Star Trek Discovery S1.E3, and The Orville S1.E4 are discussed. This week answer our premier #askSpock about the lack of female leads in TOS. Jonathan Kuehlein joins us for a live fact check of our second episode. We discuss Blade Runner as an example of film noir. Star Trek Discovery’s premier set Canadian broadcast records. We take a deep dive into Discovery Episode 3: “Context is for Kings” and The Orville Episode 4: “If the Stars Should Appear”. Picks: Blade Runner 2049

Star Trek Discovery Poster by Aaron Harvey

The “guy who does (Star Wars:) Rebels” – Dave Filoni

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#2 – My Lurch Is Not Your Lurch

This week we followup on which actor played Lurch in the Adam’s Family, 1960’s vs 1990’s versions. We also discuss the Elaan of Troyius and a comparison of the HD effects update. The Orville has debuted and we breakdown the  first episode which sets up the show. In the after show we discuss JJ Abrams set to to direct Star Wars IX.

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#1 – Fez’s Are Cool!

In our first semiofficial episode we delve into what we think Star Trek: Discover will bring to the Star Trek universe. Tim also regales us with his chance meeting with The Doctor, Matt Smith, at Fan Expo Canada 2017 in Toronto. Why we pay so much for autographs and fan photos. Other star sightings and features of Fan Expo are covered as well. As usual, Jaime and Tim discuss various Sci-Fi franchises and actors. Tim answers whether the original 1960’s Star Trek is his favorite series.

Matt Smith signing with security.
Friend of the Show Dave & family with Karen Gillan at Fan Expo 2015

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Episode 1 Fact Check:

Show clarifications and corrections by @JPKnews

12:48 – There were 5 original Planet of the Apes films, not 4.
13:17 – The Planet of the Apes TV show ran for just 14 episodes in 1974.
13:26 – Battlestar Galactica premiered in 1978 – post-Star Wars, but pre-Star Trek: The Motion Picture – and lasted for one season. It was followed by Galactica 1980, which premiered in (you guessed it!) 1980 and lasted just 10 episodes.
13:42 – Lorne Greene, pride of Ottawa, was Ben Cartwright on Bonanza from 1959 to 1973 before starring in Battlestar Galactica.
14:00 – Patrick Stewart played Professor Charles Xavier in the X-Men film franchise, not Dr. X.
16:29 – Patricia Quinn, who played Magenta and Nell Campbell, who played Columbia, in The Rocky Horror Picture Show were guests at Fan Expo Canada 2017.
17:28 – A head sketch of the title character from The Savage Dragon, by Image Comics co-founder Erik Larsen, cost $60. Worth every penny!
18:33 – Mr. Homn was Lwaxana Troi’s valet in Star Trek: The Next Generation. He was played by 7-foot-tall Dutch actor Carel Struycken.
19:15 – The guy who played Jaws in the James Bond films, The Spy Who Loved Me and Moonraker, was Richard Kiel, who died in 2014 at age 74.
31:03 – Jason Mewes was a guest at Fan Expo 2017, but Kevin Smith didn’t make it this year.
31:53 – Star Trek: Discovery is set roughly 10 years before the events of the original Star Trek TV show.
33:31 – The Klingons were in Star Trek: Enterprise. In fact, a Klingon is the first character you see in the pilot episode.
33:36 – Protagonist is the hero, antagonist is the villain.
39:25 – Tim never told us his “baseball bat in barbed wire” story. Everybody tweet him and remind him!
40:03 – Sonequa Martin-Green’s character in The Walking Dead, Sasha, actually killed herself, rather than being used as a pawn by Negan and his gang against her friends.
41:09 – The actor who played Draco Malfoy in the Harry Potter film series is Tom Felton, who was also on the past season of The Flash.
42:22 – The most recent Marvel movie Tim actually saw was Spider-Man: Homecoming (I know, because I was there – and it was a double bill with Baby Driver!).
43:28 – The “weird dog” from the Inhumans is named Lockjaw. And he’s a good boy!
50:32 – Lexa Doig, Toronto native (woot!), is currently starring as Talia al Ghul on Arrow.
52:22 – Star Trek: The Next Generation premiered on Sept. 28, 1987.
57:10 – Shawn Ashmore, pride of Richmond, B.C., played Bobby “Iceman” Drake in the X-Men film series. He was the love interest of Rogue, played by Oscar-winner Anna Paquin, pride of Winnipeg!

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