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The Incomparable Mothership is the flagship of the Incomparable podcast network. It’s all about geeky media we love, including movies, books, TV, and more, featuring a rotating panel of guests and hosted by Jason Snell and friends.
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A collection of pop culture podcasts full of smart, funny people who love talking about TV, movies, books, comics, games, and much more. This feed contains episodes from all the podcasts produced by The Incomparable.
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The Incomparable Radio Theater is a series of original radio shows that pays homage to classic mid-20th century radio while also giving a nod to modern pop culture. It’s produced by the people who bring you The Incomparable podcast network.
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Incomparable Amor

Jonathan Lujano

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Hello, we are an Apostolic Pentecostal community that want to reach each and every person. Leading them closer to Jesus, bringing them into a life worth living for a deeper relationship with Jesus
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The Incomparable Podcast

Andrew Wilson, Jonathan Carswell, 10ofthose

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Struggle to maintain a regular devotion time? This podcast is for you. It can be tough to daily focus on God when work and home life are busy. Sadly, days can slip away without allowing for valuable time spent with the Lord. If this resonates then The Incomparable Podcast is here to help. Our short, 8-10 minute episodes can accompany you on the commute, washing up, cooking dinner, and even in the shower. And more than that, they will focus your attention on the most important topic for a bus ...
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In the course of mapping the Larders of Ill Omen, the team encounters a Crucible crucible, a spooky office, the ruined corpses of cots, and so many tears. But it starts with a hug. Dog & Pony Show VII, Part 3 Tony Sindelar with Aleen Simms, Dan Moren, Erika Ensign, Jane Ritt and Mikah Sargent Show Notes & Links Edited by Erika Ensign. Curse of Stra…
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With a third movie on the way, it’s time for us to tackle an R-rated “X-Men” spinoff, everyone’s favorite glutton for punishment, 2016’s “Deadpool.” Did it pass the test of skeptical first-time viewers? Does its balance of humor and ultraviolence work? And why did we find this deeply unserious movie strangely affecting? "Deadpool" (2016) Jason Snel…
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Is it good to be bad? The Tales of the Empire miniseries delves into the backstories of two villainous(?) characters, Morgan Elsbeth and Barris Offee and your Star Wars pals Dan, Tony, and Kat are here to discuss what worked and what didn’t, plus budgeting in the Empire, why did it have to be caves, and some unrelated theme songs. Lucasfilm Host Da…
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It’s the eighth edition Mind Meld! And if you thought there couldn’t possibly be another set of categories our group of contestants could (mostly) agree on, then you’d be wrong! And being wrong in this game is not the right thing to do. Mind Meld 8 Tony Sindelar and Kathy Campbell with Jean MacDonald, Shelly Brisbin, Erika Ensign, Jason Snell and L…
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Former showrunner Steven Moffat joins the new-new-series party with an episode set almost entirely in a bomb crater. The Doctor can’t move, and can’t emote too much, but he can still attempt to control the world around him. We talk about Moffat’s return, the importance of getting Ruby up to speed as a companion, and much more! Jason Snell, Erika En…
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Ricky and Ron are closing a deal with Fox for “Peripheral Vision Man”; and ironically, Matt gives them some side-eye about it. Meanwhile, Harriet’s contemplating posing for pictures in her underwear, which we suppose beats posing for pictures in someone ELSE’s underwear. Jordan needs Danny to make some cuts, Danny warns Jordan her job is in danger,…
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With a third movie on the way, it’s time for us to tackle an R-rated “X-Men” spinoff, everyone’s favorite glutton for punishment, 2016’s “Deadpool.” Did it pass the test of skeptical first-time viewers? Does its balance of humor and ultraviolence work? And why did we find this deeply unserious movie strangely affecting? "Deadpool" (2016) Jason Snel…
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Into the space library we go! Burnham faces a mental labyrinth while on the outside, the Breen are busy doing Breen stuff—being annoying, mostly. We discuss Moll’s commitment to her husband, delight in library wardrobes, and more—but only after Jason makes strange, brief digression to discuss “Magnum, p.i.” and how it’s not connected to “Star Trek.…
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Listener Ivan sent in a link to an autonomous excavator that assembled a six-foot wall out of rocks. Is it the Roomba of construction materials?! John Siracusa and Jason Snell Show Notes & Links Autonomous excavator constructs a six-metre-high dry-stone wallRobot or Not?
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Lina du Lina is a sommelier who stores her emotions in her swords, and Elavor pleads the fifth acorn. Meanwhile, the crew traverses a misty hallway toward a wine cellar where Bruldish has a couple of axe-idents. Dog & Pony Show VII, Part 2 Tony Sindelar with Aleen Simms, Dan Moren, Erika Ensign, Jane Ritt and Mikah Sargent Show Notes & Links Edited…
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This week we’re catching a ride on a bullet train as we’re wisked off to Japan with our old pal Logan a.k.a. The Wolverine. Some great action sequences, a good bit of fun, and then there’s a third act. Then during our Superhero Sweep segment we chat a little about the new Batman animated series that’s coming out and some Fantastic Four casting news…
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Jinkx Monsoon stars in an episode where an otherworldly force beyond the Doctor’s abilities manages to steal all music and potentially set off a human apocalypse. Oh, also the Beatles are there—but they don’t really matter. And there’s a musical number at the end—but it doesn’t really matter, either. These are the problems. Erika Ensign and Jason S…
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Is it good to be bad? The Tales of the Empire miniseries delves into the backstories of two villainous(?) characters, Morgan Elsbeth and Barris Offee and your Star Wars pals Dan, Tony, and Kat are here to discuss what worked and what didn’t, plus budgeting in the Empire, why did it have to be caves, and some unrelated theme songs. Lucasfilm Dan Mor…
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“Doctor Who” regnerates for a whole new first season on Disney+. Russell T Davies has a plan to welcome new audiences, but do his showrunner machinations balance out with the narrative elements of this episode? Chip and Jason consider what RTD’s up to, why he’s doing it, what works, and what doesn’t. Chip Sudderth and Jason Snell…
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We begin our walk through the 2024 nominees for Best Novel from the Hugo and Nebula Awards. First up: “Starter Villain” by John Scalzi, “Translation State” by Ann Leckie, and “Witch King” by Martha Wells. 2024 Awards Book Club part 1 Jason Snell with Erika Ensign, Aleen Simms, Scott McNulty and Heather Berberet Referenced Works Translation State [A…
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We begin our walk through the 2024 nominees for Best Novel from the Hugo and Nebula Awards. First up: “Starter Villain” by John Scalzi, “Translation State” by Ann Leckie, and “Witch King” by Martha Wells. 2024 Awards Book Club part 1 Jason Snell with Erika Ensign, Aleen Simms, Scott McNulty and Heather Berberet Referenced Works Translation State [A…
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It’s our Director’s birthday! She is using her power to make the Agency do a mission about Aziraphale and Crowley in Good Omens. If you like seeing Angels and Demon romance each other in a gentle comedy about the end of the universe, this is the episode for you. Good Omens (TV Series) Annette Wierstra with Heather Berberet and Stacy Watnick Referen…
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Discovery rolls on toward its end, with an episode that should involve a lot of plot pivoting, but ends up being an old-fashioned talky diplomatic dilemma crossed with scientific puzzle solving. Also, so many Breen! And Rayner learns that when you’re in trouble, you have to take the walk of shame instead of beaming home. Scott McNulty and Jason Sne…
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Erika and Steven start a new-to-Erika story that makes up in atmosphere what it lacks in special effects. WWW (1) Erika Ensign and Steven Schapansky Referenced Works Doctor Who [Amazon] Show Notes & Links This episode is dedicated to the bright, warm, shining memory of our friend, Caitlin Thomas. We miss you and love you so very much. Cait’s Obitua…
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It’s the eighth edition Mind Meld! And if you thought there couldn’t possibly be another set of categories our group of contestants could (mostly) agree on, then you’d be wrong! And being wrong in this game is not the right thing to do. Mind Meld 8 Tony Sindelar and Kathy Campbell with Jean MacDonald, Shelly Brisbin, Erika Ensign, Jason Snell and L…
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The Dog & Pony crew is back! Bruldish, Crucible, Elavor, Imra, Lina, and the whole menagerie kick off the season with a drawbridge that’s just a bridge, a really charming rat, some sweeping in the dark, and a real mist opportunity. Dog & Pony Show VII, Part 1 Tony Sindelar with Aleen Simms, Dan Moren, Erika Ensign, Jane Ritt and Mikah Sargent Show …
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Huzzah! Dan is back and we’re back on the X-Men beat. This week we cover an eclectic set of mid-season episodes. A fun Tron-Romp, some trippy malevolent force thing, and a simply stunning and terrific episode on Genosha. Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English Referenced Works X-Men '97 Show Notes & Links…
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The Bad Batch comes to an end, and your Star Wars pals Dan, Kat, and Tony are here to see it off in style. We discuss zillo beasts roaming wild, the keys to evil base real estate, and Wrecker’s Fish Shack, as we bid adieu to our clone family…for now? Lucasfilm Host Dan Moren, Tony Sindelar and K Benesh Referenced Works Star Wars: The Bad Batch Star…
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The Bad Batch comes to an end, and your Star Wars pals Dan, Kat, and Tony are here to see it off in style. We discuss zillo beasts roaming wild, the keys to evil base real estate, and Wrecker’s Fish Shack, as we bid adieu to our clone family…for now? Lucasfilm Dan Moren, Tony Sindelar and K Benesh Sponsors Purrgil & Squigs Shirts: The only Star War…
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Put on your mouse ears and step into the TARDIS! We’re discussing the return (rebirth? regeneration?) of “Doctor Who” in 2024, this time on Disney+ (and the BBC). It’s a new era with an old showrunner. How did the 2023 specials hit us, where should curious viewers start watching, and what are our hopes for the coming season? "Doctor Who" anticipati…
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Put on your mouse ears and step into the TARDIS! We’re discussing the return (rebirth? regeneration?) of “Doctor Who” in 2024, this time on Disney+ (and the BBC). It’s a new era with an old showrunner. How did the 2023 specials hit us, where should curious viewers start watching, and what are our hopes for the coming season? "Doctor Who" anticipati…
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Nevada Day Part 1 defied our expectations… which meant we got our hopes up for Nevada Day Part 2. Will the light mix of casual homophobia, causal racism, and heavy belief beggaring win us over this time around? Or will we find more joy in discussing the correct pronunciation of Nevada? At least Lex has Brian, and Brian has Lex. And you’ve got both …
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What’s more Star Trek than violating the Prime Directive? This week’s “Discovery” episode feels familiar in a very good way. Jason defends Captain Burnham in imaginary Prime Directive court, but Judge Scott is not hearing it. Also, we spend a surprising amount of time wondering about how replicated food works. We blame Culber’s abuela. Scott McNult…
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James Thomson, the developer behind PCalc and Dice by PCalc (and other things), joins Scott to discuss "Genesis" (TNG S7E19). Topics include the many similarities between James and Neil Diamond, Blockbuster Video, and dubious science in this episode. Scott McNulty with James Thomson Show Notes & Links Watch "Geneis" for yourself: Amazon Instant Vid…
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In the final episode of The Price of Beauty, the adventurers take the battle to the hags…when they aren’t repeatedly pulling Townley from the abyss. Candlekeep - The Price of Beauty, Part 7 Tony Sindelar with Aleen Simms, Annette Wierstra, James Thomson, Mikah Sargent and Monty Ashley Show Notes & Links Edited by Warren Frey. Candlekeep Mysteries…
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Strap in, friends! We’ve got so much to talk about this month, including Cowboy Carter, embracing our fandom selves — past and present, revisiting the 80’s, Heather’s first in the wild fan encounter, and Stacy’s first-time guesting on another podcast. (We’re a poly podcast.) Mostly, we’ve got a lot of squeeing going on. Cowboy Carter, first times, …
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The penultimate episode of The Bad Batch has somehow both a lot going on and maybe not enough? Your Star Wars pals are here to discuss turbolifts unsafe for children, robot hands and, of course, proximity sensors. Lucasfilm Dan Moren, Tony Sindelar and K Benesh Sponsors Purrgil & Squigs Shirts: The only Star Wars lawyer-themed shirt you need. Refer…
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The penultimate episode of The Bad Batch has somehow both a lot going on and maybe not enough? Your Star Wars pals are here to discuss turbolifts unsafe for children, robot hands and, of course, proximity sensors. Lucasfilm Host Dan Moren, Tony Sindelar and K Benesh Referenced Works Star Wars: The Bad Batch Star Wars (franchise) Show Notes & Links…
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At long last, this episode of “Star Trek: Discovery” answers the question fans have been asking about for decades: What’s under that Breen helmet? Wait, was that not your question? How about some backstory for this season’s antagonists? No? You wanted to know more juicy details about the Mirror Universe? Well, we don’t know what to tell you. Look i…
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Uh oh. It’s the Nevada episode. This is the one Lex was worried about before he and Brian started rewatching Studio 60. And it’s the first half of a two parter. But… maybe it wasn’t as bad as Lex remembered? It has John Goodman. It has time travel storytelling. How bad could it be? Only way to find out? Start Sorkin’ in it. Lex Friedman and Brian W…
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Why does discussing the overlooked 1991 classic “Dead Again” feel like we’re living a past life? Maybe it’s the shock of seeing young Sir Kenneth Branagh (attempting a weird American accent) and Dame Emma Thompson. Maybe it’s Sir Derek Jacobi making us wonder if that stutter is an “I, Claudius” reference. Maybe it’s the whole romantic fantasy thing…
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Why does discussing the overlooked 1991 classic “Dead Again” feel like we’re living a past life? Maybe it’s the shock of seeing young Sir Kenneth Branagh (attempting a weird American accent) and Dame Emma Thompson. Maybe it’s Sir Derek Jacobi making us wonder if that stutter is an “I, Claudius” reference. Maybe it’s the whole romantic fantasy thing…
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Return to the Eighties’ version of the Sixties as we explore summer camp, first loves, progressive politics, and never putting Baby in a corner. After this week’s Dirty Dancing mission, we’re saying forget cop/not-a-cop pairings, let’s have more dancer/not-a-dancer matchups. Dirty Dancing Annette Wierstra with Stacy Watnick Referenced Works Dirty D…
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Somehow, the answers to questions submitted by you, the listeners, about the Marvel Cinematic Universe have been stretched into three entire editions of Feuding Families! And we saved the best for last! Well, we didn’t, but we had fun playing, and we think you’ll have fun listening. Marvel Feuding Families: Endgame Jason Snell with Dan Moren, Tony …
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Somehow, the answers to questions submitted by you, the listeners, about the Marvel Cinematic Universe have been stretched into three entire editions of Feuding Families! And we saved the best for last! Well, we didn’t, but we had fun playing, and we think you’ll have fun listening. Marvel Feuding Families: Endgame Jason Snell with Dan Moren, Tony …
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