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Earth-2.net's resident podcast for all things Joss Whedon. Hannah and Will go through Buffy, Angel, Firefly, Serenity, Dr. Horrible, Dollhouse, and anything else Joss might whip up in the meantime.
 
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After an unintentional hiatus, The Heroes are back! And, well, they're certainly back with a movie. Join Will and Hannah as they talk about In Your Eyes.
 
The Heroes have hit the end of the first season of Agents of SHIELD! Who's a big, fat friggin' Nazi? Who do The Heroes kind of unanimously hate by the end of this run of episodes? Where do they think the show needs to improve? Also: Will explains who or what is a Man-Thing! Join Will and Hannah for "Nothing Personal," "Ragtag," and "Beginning o ...…
 
What do The Heroes think about the major twist of Agents of SHIELD? What spinoff / crossover do they desperately want to see happen? And where does a wild Amy Acker show up? Join Hannah and Will as they cover "Turn, Turn, Turn," "Providence," and "The Only Light in the Darkness."
 
Will and Hannah have reached episode 93, and oh my, what have we here? Could it be the show finally living up to the potential of its premise and tie-in nature? Could it be one of the most epic tie-ins that the show has had so far? Could it be the prelude to an incredibly massive shift to the show? But to get there, they will have to get throug ...…
 
It's Big Damn Heroes 92, and we've hit the back half of Agents of SHIELD's first season! What are Hannah and Will surprised that the show got away with? Which episode doesn't quite fit? Is Stan Lee actually breaking the fourth wall for his cameo appearance this season? Is the season finally entering an upswing? And who is turning out to be the ...…
 
The Heroes have hit the midpoint of Agent of SHIELD's first season! How are they feeling about the show as a whole at this point? How impressed are they with the tie-ins to the MCU? Who couldn't they give less of a shit about? Is this going anywhere? Join Will and Hannah for "The Well," "Repairs," and "The Bridge."…
 
Who's that girl? What is Will surprised Marvel's Agents of SHIELD is able to get away with? How many times can this show make Will and Hannah go uhhhhhh? Who intrigues them? Do any of these episodes break past the mediocre barrier? Join The Heroes as they cover "Eye Spy," "The Girl in the Flower Dress," "FZZT," and "The Hub."…
 
Potential is the watchword as Will and Hannah begin their coverage of Marvel's Agents of SHIELD. While some episodes show it, others seem to be barely trying. Plus, things get uncomfortably handled rather quickly. Also, US 1 is totally in continuity. Whether you agree or not, a new series begins with "Pilot," "0-8-4," and "The Asset."…
 
It's episode 88, and The Heroes have finally reached The Avengers! How many tangents do they go off on? How many plot holes do they accidentally stumble into? Does the movie hold up as well as it did when it first came out? And how does it compare to Whedon's other work? Join Will and Hannah as they assemble for Avengers!…
 
Sigh no more, audience, sigh no more / For The Heroes have reached some Shakespeare / Listen to their thoughts on how well this translates / And on who's the real stars of this play / What do they think of the small changes / And who just plain steals the show? / Join Will and Hannah for Much Ado / And sing Hey, nonny nonny…
 
Will and Hannah are taking a trip to a Cabin in the Woods! Just how meta can this movie get? What interesting connections does it have to the larger Whedonverse, and to a wider universe beyond that? Who is Kevin? And what is the monster at the end of the movie? Listen to find out!
 
It's BDH 85, and Hannah and Will are wrapping up their coverage of Firefly and Dollhouse! What commonality do they mourn for both shows? How much do their bests and favorites overlap? And where are they off to next? (Hint: It's a little getaway in the woods.)
 
As Hannah and Will take some time off to get ready for their big Firefly / Dollhouse retrospective, Will explores some of Whedon's work at Disney. While mostly an exploration of his contributions to Toy Story, Atlantis: The Lost Empire is also discussed. Plus, Joss Whedon was the lyricist for which song?…
 
We've reached the end of the line for Dollhouse, and these episodes are all sorts of interesting. Whose turn do Hannah and Will love in these final episodes? What are they confused by? What gets a wee bit weird? And how does this season compare to the first? Join The Heroes for "Getting Closer," "The Hollow Men," and "Epitaph Two: The Return."…
 
It's episode 83 and NOOOOOOOOOOOOOPE. The gears are starting to move for the season (and series) finale, and all sorts of things are coming back around. Which minor characters from previous episodes do we get to see again? Who unexpectedly throws everything into chaos? How much nightmare-fuel can this show cram into a single episode? Tune in as ...…
 
Big Damn Heroes is at episode 82, and what appears to be the meat of Dollhouse season two! Isn't that cute? Topher and Summer Glau are making friends! Surely nothing could go wrong there! Old Whedon favorites come out of the woodwork, all sorts of neat plot twists and advancements are made, and things continue to get more and more fucked up. Bu ...…
 
Big Damn Heroes begins the second season of Dollhouse with this episode! Just how fucked up can this show get? Is the show starting to win Hannah over? Join her and Will as they cover "Vows," "Instinct," "Belle Chose," and "Belonging" to find out!
 
Will and Hannah wrap up the first season of Dollhouse with this episode! What vaguely creepy insinuation is further expanded on in the season finale? Who appears completely against type and wins over The Heroes? And what metaphor do they get hit over the head with? Join them as they cover "Haunted," "Briar Rose," "Omega," and "Epitaph One."…
 
Hannah and Will are three quarters (or so) of the way through Dollhouse, and it's finally starting to get good! Whose first episode are they particularly impressed with? Who, despite being a massive fuckbag, do they actually feel sorry for? And how creepy does this show get if you really think about it? Join The Heroes as they cover "Echoes," " ...…
 
It's episode 78 and the Dollhouse is full of surprises. This time, they take a look at unexpected man reactions, stealth amnesia, and hidden puppets everywhere. We also see some of the best and worst that the series has to offer. To find out which is which, join Will and Hannah as they cover "Gray Hour," "True Believer," and "Man on the Street."…
 
Did Hannah and Will go to sleep? For a little while. Shall they watch Dollhouse? If they wish. Which of these episode's clients is better known as Totally Not Brittney? Who's creepier: Mellie or Topher? And how well does the show live up to its premise in the first few episodes? Will and Hannah begin their coverage of Dollhouse with "Ghost," "T ...…
 
Will and Hannah have reached episode 76, and it's getting a little horrible. The Heroes take a look at the 2008 web series Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog, how the writer's strike gave rise to it, how its format works for and against it, and how it's noticeably smaller cast carries the series. Is it still as shiny as when it came out? Is this po ...…
 
Will and Hannah have hit episode 75, and they're leaves on the wind. Watch how they soar. They turn a hard eye on some of Serenity's gaping plot holes, question the necessity of one of the characters being there, and have a good little rant about River Tam. But, as many negative points as they have, they have a fair bit of praise. Join them as ...…
 
It's Big Damn Heroes 74, and we're wrapping up our coverage of Firefly. We're also being treated to some rather delightful fanservice. Will and Hannah cover the three unaired episodes, as well as the final episode of the series. Some are quite good, while others leave something to be desired. Plots that potentially could've happened are discuss ...…
 
It's episode 73, and that motherfucker is back again. We have what Will and Hannah consider to be possibly one of the best episodes in a Whedon series, the misuse of a sonic screwdriver, and one of the more useless characters finally getting hit with the plot stick. You also learn way more than you ever wanted to about Hannah and Will! Join the ...…
 
Will and Hannah have hit episode 72, and they've realized a few things. One: No matter if he's played by a bitty Zac Efron or Sean Maher, Simon is kind of a massive dickbag. Two: Hannah and Will's ratings of an episode can differ on whether or not they enjoy the scenery, and that Hannah is probably going to the Special Hell. Three: They're star ...…
 
Will and Hannah are celebrating episode 71 of Big Damn Heroes with a mighty fine shindig! In this episode, they take a look at the second version of the pilot, creative ways to stretch your budget, how to effectively character- and world-build, River as a plot device, the continued fuckery of the airing order, and one of The Heroes' favorite ep ...…
 
Take their love, take their land, take them where they cannot stand, Will and Hannah don't care, they're still free, and they're starting Firefly. Alright, so that doesn't quite rhyme like they hoped, but it's still true. In covering the opening story ("Serenity"), Will and Hannah introduce us to the characters they'll come to know and love, re ...…
 
After three years and 69 episodes, this episode is Will and Hannah's last word on Angel (and Buffy), for now. Join them as they take a look at the highs and lows of Angel, and at how the series played out.
 
Few films can claim to kill a franchise. Alien: Resurrection is one of those films. Will takes time to look back at this film and finds things to hate and love. Mostly hate, though.
 
Big Damn Heroes has reached episode 68, and the end of the line for Angel. Will and Hannah ponder how the house is put in order for the series finale, and just how well the finale manages to bring the show full circle, along with how season five as a whole has done. Join them as they charge into "Power Play" and "Not Fade Away."…
 
It's Big Damn Heroes 67, and we're almost at the end of Angel! Things are starting to get a bit messy. Wesley is juggling the idiot ball; plot lines are desperately trying to be wrapped up; and we have some torture, a wild Adam Baldwin, exploding gods, and recovered memories. You know, the standard. But even an interesting subplot can't save wh ...…
 
Welcome to Big Damn Heroes 66, and man, if this series of episodes isn't the devil itself. We start out with a fairly shit World War II episode, but let's be real, that's not what you came for. You came for Muppet Angel, demonic puppets, self esteem, Wes and Fred, Amy Acker being goddamn amazing, and the most goddamn depressing trio of episodes ...…
 
Gather around for Big Damn Heroes 65, children, because the gang is back together, if only for one heart-wrenching episode! Whose character-centric episode did Will and Hannah not expect to like as much as they did? How blatant is Eve about being evil? What major plot point from Buffy turns out to have been maybe a really shitty idea? And how f ...…
 
We continue to blast right through Angel on Big Damn Heroes! How much of our episode is spent discussing the sex lives of one of our main characters? How disappointed is Will with one of the episodes? Whose character-centric episode could we not give a shit about? And which favorite old face unexpectedly shows up at the end of an episode? Join ...…
 
It's all Angel all the time now on Big Damn Heroes! Will and Hannah kick off the fifth season of Angel this episode, and there's a few things they notice right away. Like how much darker Angel appears to be getting. And that the show has written a major loophole into one of its character's powers. And that we have Spike again? Join The Heroes f ...…
 
This is the end, kids. Episode 62 is dedicated to Will and Hannah looking back on Buffy the Vampire Slayer. Their favorites, the best, and the worst are covered as they give the show a fond yet critical examination before moving on. (As a bonus, there's coverage of Fray.)
 
Well, kids, here we are. It took 61 episodes of Big Damn Heroes and 144 episodes of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, but we've reached the end of the line for Buffy and the Scoobies. Which characters play an awesome game of D&D? What about the final episode doesn't quite make sense, but is still utterly fantastic? And how many callbacks to the very fi ...…
 
Welcome to episode 60 of Big Damn Heroes, and the beginning of the final countdown! Buffy is down to two of its four final episodes, and they're certainly filled with plot twists, cameos, and lots of the sexing. Meanwhile, Angel tries to pull a "Restless" for its season ending, and kind of fails spectacularly. Join Hannah and Will as they cover ...…
 
For Big Damn Heroes' 59th episode, it's all Angel all the time! Or rather, all Jasmine all the time! The crux of season four has come into play, and we get to watch Fred be a regular ol' badass, Gina Torres be interesting, and Connor continue to be an awful little fuck. Listen to Will and Hannah talk about what has to be one of the best runs of ...…
 
Big Damn Heroes 58 is hitching a ride into town, and, oh hey, a wild Nathan Fillion has appeared! And look, he's making friends with Xander! On Buffy, things continue to ramp up with some sketchy timelines and amusing potential spinoffs, and a bad guy we can actually punch for once! Over on Angel, we get yet another dose of racism, and the main ...…
 
Big Damn Heroes has hit episode 57, and man is this one a doozie. Over on our one episode of Buffy, relationships fall further apart, we get a good dose of childhood trauma, a strong dose of creepy via incestuous overtones, and exactly why a character's mother was cast the way she was. Over on Angel, things just keep heading straight to Hell as ...…
 
Hello, gentle viewers, and welcome to episode 56 of Big Damn Heroes. Tonight, we have a particularly Buffytastic episode. Plot points are picked up and discarded at will, some characters go wildly out of character to make plots happen, and we have our last breath of relaxing air before taking the final plunge into the plot. Add a dash of meta a ...…
 
It's Big Damn Heroes 55! Will and Hannah are halfway through these seasons of Buffy and Angel, and this may be one of the most positive episodes in a while! Over on Buffy, there's a Dawn episode that's actually pretty good, some familiar faces show up among the Potentials, and the First is a massive mindfucking dick. On Angel, Samwise Gamgee sh ...…
 
Episode 54 is here, and that smile on Angel's face can't be good. Over on Angel, there is liberal tossing of the idiot ball, Electric Girl (woogie woogie woogie woogie) shows up again, and our last episode culminates in one of the biggest and best fakeouts in the show's history. On Buffy, things go to hell, things also go fakey-boom, and despit ...…
 
It's been nearly two years since Will took over as co-host of Big Damn Heroes. Now, in a very special Zeppos, Will reveals some of his thoughts on the first three seasons of Buffy. Which episode does he disagree with the previous reviewers' scores, which character does he realize has been a problem from the start, and why should you send in fee ...…
 
It's our 53rd episode, ladies and gentlemen, and it's a doozy. But in the fun way. On Buffy, one of the hosts' all time favorite episodes happens. It sets the ball rolling for the rest of the season, and has a fairly interesting follow-up in the next episode. Over on Angel, the ball is also set in motion, with all sorts of interesting consequen ...…
 
On this episode of Big Damn Heroes, things actually kind of get better, except for the part where they don't. Buffy finally gives a main character the spotlight episode she so badly deserves, and then follows it up with one of the most godawful episodes the show's ever given us. And makes it insulting and creepy on top of that. On Angel, things ...…
 
For Big Damn Heroes 51, Will and Hannah have some interesting things to cover. The new status quo is established over on Buffy, which addresses the things that came before, and at least tries to make them better. Also, the foreshadowing hammer gets a good workout, and lots of child TV stars from the 90s show up. Meanwhile, over on Angel, plots ...…
 
Ladies and gentlemen, a toast: Big Damn Heroes has hit 50 episodes! And happily, Will and Hannah are seeing a major turnaround in both of the shows they're covering! Buffy's seventh and final season sets up an intriguing, if somewhat plot-hole-revealing idea, and some of the best acting we've seen from one of the main characters. And over on An ...…
 
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