GAR! Podcast Episode 17- So Much Fun, Our Wives Joined In

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Hey- this is Ray. Glenn writes the episode descriptions (which means he relistens to the podcast after we’re done, and takes down all the references, and researches all the links and videos, which is MUCH harder than the technical stuff I do. Bless his insomniac heart), but I had to start with this. This episode was a TON of fun to do. We were in a great groove, and throwing in our wives for quick cameos (Glenn’s married to Jenn, and I’m married to CL) on this one just made it more fun. We really hope you like this one, and we thank you for all the support. Take it away, Glenn!

This week’s podcast includes discussion of the following:

Star Blazers / Battle of the Planets / The Bride / Pineland Players / Into the Woods / show discount / war crimes / Disney franchises / never seen Star Wars / the royal baby / Daym Drops / Simpsons Tapped Out / freemium games / Borderlands 2 / shoutouts / Teena Marie / fDeluxe, The Time and Sinead O’Connor / Steve Ditko / Shade, the Changing Man / long distance relationships / phone caller from the past / stripping TV / Breaking Bad / most complex TV character / Barry Weiss of Storage Wars / The Shadow / The Green Hornet / Don’t Trust the B—- in Apartment 23 /

Links: TwoMorrows Publishing

The Podcast Companion

Pineland Players

Into the Woods

Ray’s Twitter

Glenn’s Twitter

Riley Cooper

Daym Drops

Best Daym Takeout

The Dark Future of Freemium Games

fDeluxe

Creepy Presents Steve Ditko

Shade, The Changing Man

Best Written Character in TV History?

The Shadow Fan’s Podcast by Barry Reese

The Hornet’s Nest

The Flash-Back Podcast

Videos: Star Blazers Theme

Space Battleship Yamato Trailer

Daym Drops reviews Five Guys

“Lovergirl” by Teena Marie

“Running Up That Hill” by Kate Bush

“Justice League – The Flashpoint Paradox” Trailer

Pinky and the Brain: “Yes, Always”

The Green Hornet TV intro 1967

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