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Take a dash of Friendly Competition, a zest of Trivial Pursuit, one heaping half cup of fun, bake for 55 minutes, and you’ve got yourself the debut edition of Eat Or Be Eaten! Don’t scrimp on the muesli! Eat Or Be Eaten Host Shelly Brisbin with Antony JohnstonGame Show
 
Take a dash of Friendly Competition, a zest of Trivial Pursuit, one heaping half cup of fun, bake for 55 minutes, and you’ve got yourself the debut edition of Eat Or Be Eaten! Don’t scrimp on the muesli! Eat Or Be Eaten Shelly Brisbin with Antony Johnston Support this show and other shows like it on The Incomparable network by becoming a member. Me…
 
Let’s face it, there’s not a lot of evidence to support the cause of adapting video games for movies or TV. And yet we tried the “Halo” TV series from Paramount+ and… liked it? We discuss making the Master Chief a real character with a strong supporting cast, why the UNSC is not trustworthy, the origin of Cortana, and the show’s connections to Star…
 
2022 Awards Book Club concludes with three Hugo-nominated novels: Andy Weir’s deep-space problem-solver “Project Hail Mary”; Shelley Parker Chan’s historical epic “She Who Became the Sun”; and Ryka Aoki’s alien-and-demon-packed “Light from Uncommon Stars.” Also, Erika and Jason highlight some of their favorite short-fiction Hugo nominees. Host Jaso…
 
Low Definition: Tech Edition returns, with the gang from Relay FM! (This was originally part of last year’s Relay FM Podcastathon.) Words and phrases just waiting to be defined. It’s up to the contestants (and YOU) to determine which definitions are true! Low Definition Jason Snell with Andy Ihnatko, Casey Liss, Kathy Campbell, Simone de Rochefort,…
 
Rocket Surgery takes a time machine back to 1930 for “Just Imagine,” a visionary view of the far future of 1980 that’s three movies in one—and feels like it. Then we jump to the real 1980 where, instead of evil martian twins, we find “Flash Gordon,” quarterback, New York Jets. Host Jason Snell with Steve Lutz, Moisés Chiullan, Shelly Brisbin, Monty…
 
Bring yourself back online. Your “hosts” Don Melton and Kelly Guimont took the needle off the record and all hell broke loose in this week’s episode of Westworld. Some of the highlights for one were lowlights for the other. Apparently in the end it makes sense to lay waste to everyone and just let Halores sort ‘em out… "Westworld" Season 4 Episode …
 
Step into analysis! Don and Kelly are back to dive deep into the premiere of season four. One episode in and already there are theories, freakouts, and a lot of giggles. Join the non-linear conversation and find out if you can see the Tower too. Share your theories for Kelly’s House with @UncannyGreeting (note the new handle) on Twitter if you don’…
 
Let’s face it, there’s not a lot of evidence to support the cause of adapting video games for movies or TV. And yet we tried the “Halo” TV series from Paramount+ and… liked it? We discuss making the Master Chief a real character with a strong supporting cast, why the UNSC is not trustworthy, the origin of Cortana, and the show’s connections to Star…
 
It’s a brand new (mini) season of Not Playing as we take on a quartet of otherworldly movies starting with the letter ‘T’. We kick it all of with amnesiac Lex Friedman facing off against diabolical politician Dan Moren as they watch the 1990 Arnold Schwarzenegger classic Total Recall. Hot topics include the boring nature of constant shooting, Jerry…
 
This is one of the less happy episodes of “For All Mankind,” but we’re here to break it down, especially the shocking ending! Nobody said going to Mars would be easy. That wouldn’t be much of a show. Also: Dev uses democracy to hide from responsibility, Ellen reminds Margo what NASA is good at, and DJ Kelly is dropping tunes from space on her 1990s…
 
Tiff dresses as sexy Stephen for Halloween, and the two practice their beatboxing before discussing “Here Comes Treble”. This episode of “The Office” originally aired on October 25, 2012. "When you're with someone, you put up with the stuff that makes you lose respect for them. And that's love." Host Tiff Arment and Stephen Hackett Referenced Works…
 
The penultimate episode of “Strange New Worlds” season one is here, and it brings horrors and character development in equal measure! Join us for some classic Hemmer-Uhura bonding, Spock getting in touch with his human side, and a few characters who may not make it out of the episode alive. Host Scott McNulty and Jason Snell Sponsors Strange New Te…
 
The history of newspapers and typography is this movie’s subject. Director Sam Fuller made this love letter to journalism, and in this episode, we echo that love right back, with the aid of an actual typography historian. Get the movie on YouTube and watch along with us. We’ll count you in! Park Row Host Shelly Brisbin with Annette Wierstra Referen…
 
We’re off to Karachi in the latest episode of Ms. Marvel, as we discuss murky villains, excellent character moments, and what the hell a dimension is, technically. Then, in our Superhero Sweep segment, we talk about rumors of unannounced upcoming MCU projects. To get your question discussed on the show, email us at biff@theincomparable.com or find …
 
Bring yourself back online! Your “hosts” Kelly Guimont and Don Melton return to chat about the Season Four premiere of Westworld! Don has the theories, Kelly has the giggles, and both of them try to get it all in before the timer goes off. "Westworld" Season 4 Episode 1 reaction Host Kelly Guimont and Don Melton Referenced Works Westworld Show Note…
 
As Obi-Wan Kenobi draws to a close, your Star Wars pals Dan, Tony, and Kat discuss what to take away from the show. Why can’t Obi-Wan and Vader leave each other alone? Does it provide a satisfying conclusion? And which characters do we want to see more from? Plus, we address several pieces of listener mail. Obi-Wan Kenobi, Episode 6 Host Dan Moren,…
 
2022 Awards Book Club concludes with three Hugo-nominated novels: Andy Weir’s deep-space problem-solver “Project Hail Mary”; Shelley Parker Chan’s historical epic “She Who Became the Sun”; and Ryka Aoki’s alien-and-demon-packed “Light from Uncommon Stars.” Also, Erika and Jason highlight some of their favorite short-fiction Hugo nominees. 2022 Awar…
 
2022 Awards Book Club concludes with three Hugo-nominated novels: Andy Weir’s deep-space problem-solver “Project Hail Mary”; Shelley Parker Chan’s historical epic “She Who Became the Sun”; and Ryka Aoki’s alien-and-demon-packed “Light from Uncommon Stars.” Also, Erika and Jason highlight some of their favorite short-fiction Hugo nominees. 2022 Awar…
 
Gregor’s mother warned him about days like this. Jason Snell discusses Franz Kafka’s inescapable novella, The Metamorphosis (1915). Host John McCoy with Jason Snell Referenced Works The Metamorphosis Show Notes & Links Wikipedia entry for The Metamorphosis Kafka rock opera from Home MoviesSophomore Lit
 
Are we a romance podcast if we aren’t talking about Bridgerton? We are back for Season 2 and Katony is here to try to win our hearts. Join our agents as they discuss love triangles, chemistry, and a slow-burn romance. We are in love with all the South Asian and Bollywood influences on this season. Do we love everything? Is there too much scandal? D…
 
Somehow this week’s episode feels like a season finale. The moves of Helios have upended the plans of the U.S. and USSR and the result is a lot of action, both in terms of job offers and people switching sides, and in terms of the urgency of the people knocking at that hotel-room door. Is Ed the best person to be recruiting damaged astronauts? Is A…
 
This week the Enterprise becomes a fairy tale, but there’s a surprisingly bittersweet ending. What’s in that nebula? Which Enterprise crew member is an elf from Lord of the Rings (easy one) and which one is Arrow (tougher one)? Also we assign you a good “Deep Space Nine” episode and Jason tries to trick people into watching a bad one. Host Scott Mc…
 
Get out your finest because we’re going to a wedding in the latest episode of Ms. Marvel. We discuss great dance scenes, MCU tie-ins, and surprisingly fast (too fast?) heel turns. Plus, in our Letters Page, we address some questions about the first episode of Ms. Marvel and award our first Biff No-Prize. To get your question discussed on the show, …
 
Stephen and Tiff cram into a VW-minibus studio and drive to get some delicious pies. On the way, they discuss “Work Bus”. This episode of “The Office” originally aired on October 18, 2012. "My trouser hives are void of honey." Host Tiff Arment and Stephen Hackett Referenced Works The Office (U.S.) Show Notes & Links The Office - S9E4 "Work Bus" | D…
 
Low Definition: Tech Edition returns, with the gang from Relay FM! (This was originally part of last year’s Relay FM Podcastathon.) Words and phrases just waiting to be defined. It’s up to the contestants (and YOU) to determine which definitions are true! Low Definition Host Jason Snell with Andy Ihnatko…
 
Eric and Jason review the first two parts of Farscape’s second ever three part storyline, “Liars, Guns and Money”. And during all that, wander off on tangents about Star Wars, the A-Team and past episodes of this here podcast. First up, “Part 1 - A Not So Simple Plan”. Which is pretty much as advertised. Stark (hey, isn’t he dead?) has a not so sim…
 
With the penultimate installment of Obi-Wan Kenobi in the books, your Star Wars pals Dan, Tony, and Kat assess intermittent flashbacks, muddled blocking, expected and unexpected betrayals, and the effective arc of Obi-Wan. Plus, we speculate about where it all ends while listener mail has us confront the strategy of inevitable remakes. Obi-Wan Keno…
 
The boys are back with some hot takes on some of the streams of cinema popping out of the oven. Of course, there are some appetizers of episodic shows that Sam checked into… and Moze checked out of. Sit back, crack an Old Tuffy, and let’s find out who is the curmudgeon in the multiverse of sadness. Host Sam Adams and Philip Mozolak Referenced Works…
 
From Duckman to Dicktown, this week we’re covering cartoons… for grown-ups. These animated series have an adult sensibility, and they don’t all feature obscenity, graphic violence, or sexual acts… though some do! Shows like The Legend of Vox Machina, Harley Quinn, Hit Monkey, and Invincible have an adult audience clearly or primarily in mind, while…
 
From Duckman to Dicktown, this week we’re covering cartoons… for grown-ups. These animated series have an adult sensibility, and they don’t all feature obscenity, graphic violence, or sexual acts… though some do! Shows like The Legend of Vox Machina, Harley Quinn, Hit Monkey, and Invincible have an adult audience clearly or primarily in mind, while…
 
This episode is all about cultures, from the increasingly top-down management at NASA to whatever you’d call fusion billionaire Dev Ayasa’s management style at independent space startup Helios. Molly and Margo clash, Dani shows grace while Ed does not, and will anyone buy Karen’s lightly-used space hotel? Host Dan Moren and Jason Snell Sponsors Gia…
 
Put the blame on mame, boys. And also on George McCreedy and Glenn Ford. It’s a love triangle and an erotic noir. But many people just focus on Rita Hayworth’s song and the dress she sang it in. Gilda also features plenty of gay subtext, which we’ll discuss at length, as well as why some films of this era “got away” with gay themes, while others di…
 
Arr, matey! Jason and Scott are here to talk about pirates, references to three different not-good Star Trek feature films, an intriguing guest star, Chapel and T’Pring, mining Spock’s inner conflict, and the ol’ Mutiny Ploy. Shiver me space timbers! Host Scott McNulty and Jason Snell Sponsors Strange New Teas: Try a bunch of new teas, one per week…
 
We’re back to talk about the latest episode of Ms. Marvel this week, including bringing some much needed authenticity, inadvisable teenage house parties, and why you should always finish saving people before striking a superhero pose. To get your question discussed on the show, email us at biff@theincomparable.com or find us on Twitter. Ms. Marvel,…
 
Moze was in the Emerald Isle looking to the future while Sam was doing the powerful event of linking himself for life in wedlock. Let’s get freaking nuts with the best superhero show on the net. Host Sam Adams and Philip Mozolak Referenced Works The Boys Show Notes & LinksWatchers of the Plus
 
Steven helps Erika celebrate her birthday in style — by watching a goopy episode of Doctor Who that’s presumably sponsored by IKEA. SSS (1) Host Erika Ensign and Steven Schapansky Referenced Works Doctor Who [Amazon] Show Notes & LinksLazy Doctor Who
 
If this week’s episode of Obi-Wan Kenobi felt a little like a video game, there’s a reason for that. Your Star Wars pals Dan, Tony, and Kat are back to discuss Imperial architecture, poor security protocols, and the economics of stormtrooper armor. Plus, we cover a slew of listener mail! Obi-Wan Kenobi, Episode 4 Host Dan Moren, Tony Sindelar and K…
 
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