This week, the Foxes talk about why spoilers spoil (and why they SUCK) WITHOUT any spoilers, why the film “Constantine” is not representative of the Hellblazer comics/television series, shows that were revived in just the nick of time, and even about the elephants in the room (or, in this case, that live upstairs and insist on playing “move the furniture”* while we’re recording). We round out the episode with our review of Christopher Moore’s book, “Lamb” – the good, the heretical, and the blatantly racist. (Karen, we still love you)
Bad Lipreading: A New Hope
Bad Lipreading: Empire Strikes Back
Bad Lipreading: Return of the Jedi
(Bad Lipreading: Medieval Land Fun-Time World
LIGHT THE BEACONS!
Dumbledore Dies in Chapter 27, page 556 of “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince” (answers.com) – Pedantic Karen
DOES SEAN BEAN REALLY DIE MORE THAN OTHER ACTORS? (the nerdist)
Psychonauts 2 by Double Fine Productions (www.fig.co)
Bring Back MYSTERY SCIENCE THEATER 3000 (kickstarter)
Galavant – “A New Season!” Opening Song
Lamb: The Gospel of Biff, Christ’s Childhood Pal (goodreads)
It’s pretty to look at …at least. Right? Right guys? Right?!?!
Dragon Lady (tvtrope)
Charlie’s Angels “Barracuda”
Kali trampling Shiva. Chromolithograph by R. Varma.
Passion of the Christ (trailer)
According to Wikipedia Saint Longinus is the name given to the unnamed Roman Centurion present at the Crucifixion mentioned in Matthew ( 27:54), Mark (15:39), and Luke (23.47).
“How to pronounce the name of Jesus in His own language.”
Sit Down Alexander!
Of extra note:
The Audiobook that Liz warns about is read by Fisher Stevens, possibly best known for his role in the Short Circuit movies: