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Gone But Not Forgotten is a podcast dedicated to re-examining the lives, careers, and legacies of actors who left us too soon. We will cover stars like Sharon Tate, River Phoenix, Elvis Presley, Natalie Wood, and more! Follow hosts Audrey (@flick.loving.chick) and Louise (@1001filmsaday) on Instagram
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DCOMmentaries

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Your hosts Val and Allie set out on a journey to watch every Disney Channel Original Movie and share the experience with you. There will be stories. There will be games. There will be heartwarming realizations that you were always a winner, just by being you. Join us every other Tuesday for your bi-weekly dose of serotonin! DCOMmentaries is a part of The Trident Network Keep up with us on Instagram & Tik Tok at dcommentaries Email us at dcommentariespod@gmail.com
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Julie and Laura, Orlando-based pop-culture & history aficionados, talk through the best and worst pop culture period pieces. If you love movies and television shows with fancy dresses, rules of propriety, and spectacular set design, this is the podcast for you.
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I'm So Glad You Asked

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I’m so glad you asked is a twice monthly interview podcast hosted by Mary Kruse (@mtheresafaith31), a Chicago based artist and story catcher. What started out as a desire to hear the untold stories behind the women and friends in her life has developed into a beautiful space for all individuals to safely share the stories that shape them. I am so glad you asked: Everyone has a story and I want to hear yours.
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Anjalivision

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Anjalivision is a twice monthly television review and interview podcast hosted by Anjali Misra, a Chicago-based freelance writer and community organizer, and general pop culture trivia savant. Each episode, she’ll offer her best analysis of current shows across multiple platforms and genres, and interview a guest “expert” on their favorite tv show or current obsession. Come for the intersectional feminist critiques of popular media, stay for the surprisingly deep conversations with folks fro ...
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Inconceivable

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Inconceivable is a scripted narrative podcast about two best friends navigating different fertility challenges and the ups and downs that come with it. Created by Amanda ReCupido, a Chicago-based author, book reviewer and Moth storyteller with work in several humor and literary publications and recognized in various screenwriting competitions.
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MoMo's Bookcase

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Do you remember your favorite childhood book? Did you ever wonder if it still holds up after all these years? Join me and my guests as we take a deep dive into the books of our past and see if they hold up today on MoMo's Book Case.
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Disney Adult

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Everybody loves Disney, including Adults. Join Chicago based comedian, Devin Henderson, as he and fellow comedians explore these childhood classics through the lens of full grown, semi-functioning adults. There will be bits! There will be jokes! There will be discussions about how these movies change as we grow. Join these friends as they uplift, tear down, and dissect Disney classics on Disney Adult.
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Unlearning

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Created by Phylicia McLeod and Matt Sadler -- Adulthood is all about unlearning toxic behaviors and beliefs. This podcast is dedicated to all the things you had to unlearn in order to become the better person you desire to be. You are not alone in your unlearning journey.
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Do you love improv? Trent Dozier LOVES improv! Every other Thursday on the Trident Network Twitch, he welcomes a fellow improvisor guest to do what they both love - talk about improv, then do some improv. If you can't watch the show, you can listen to the podcast version the following Saturday.
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The Tournament Podcast

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The Tournament Podcast forces some of pop culture's touchstones into one of the world's favorite past times: a tournament to determine what's best! New episodes every Monday and Friday. Hosted by Nia D'Emilio and Trent Dozier. Instagram: @TheTourneyPod Twitter: @TheTourneyPod Facebook: @TheTourneyPod TikTok: @TheTourneyPod Email: thetournamentpodcast@gmail.com
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Rained Out Radio Hour (runtime 6 minutes) is an audio sketch show that lives up to the name. A potpourri for the ears; providing the broadcasts, prose and advertisements craved by the curious mind. Inspired by all decades of radio, this variety show is sure to please everyone. From culture vultures to blue collar slobs, there is no better way to pass the storm. Starring Erin Island and Andrew McCammon. Produced by Neon Comedy. Part of The Trident Network
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Sparks of Madness

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"You're only given one little spark of madness. You mustn't lose it." - Robin Williams This storytelling podcast aims to expose the moments that create change in our personal journeys, pulling from experiences and memories that forever altered how we think, feel and live. Maria Konopken and Julie Schmerbeck provide a safe space for guests to tell their stories in their own authentic voice, discussing those little sparks in our lives that make us unique, while bridging together the human expe ...
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Good Game

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Three comedians attempt to do the impossible: Make sports interesting and fun for everyone. Newbies, fans, EVERYONE. Good Game is a sports podcast that appeals to hardcore fans while also welcoming and making room for the uninitiated. With analysis, predictions, and jokes; your hosts Tori Wynn, Ryan Lippman and Justin Swinson break down what just happened, what's going on, and what's coming up in the world of sports. Find Good Game online at www.thetridentnetwork.com/good-game-pod and on ins ...
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Equally Funny

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Hosted by Cait Rogan--who was looking to put her Women’s Studies PhD to good use--and a rotating lineup of hilarious co-hosts, each episode of Equally Funny breaks down a topic related to social justice while bringing the laughs. We talk through definitions, historical developments, present day context, and more. If you’ve ever been curious about this stuff, think of Equally Funny as a great starting point - a gateway drug, if you will, into the world of social justice. It’s totally fine if ...
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Stool Pigeons

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Do you like heists? Do you like a dark fantasy set in a corrupted steampunk universe? How about improvisers constantly panicking about what to do next? If you answered yes, to any of these, then Stool Pigeons is for you! Check out this tabletop RPG livestream podcast set in the world of Blades in the Dark. Listen as members of Stir-Friday Night (Chicago’s oldest all-Asian comedy troupe) play a crew of thieves constantly putting out fires as they try to complete elaborate heists, all in order ...
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SuperGrant & AquaSteve

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Grant and Steve, from The Golden AGES Podcast, pick up their cape and trident to take a side quest of making their very own podcast to bring you even more of the awesomeness! (Artwork by Madison Laurence)
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Quantum Research Enlightenment aka ”QRE Network” is the research to explore metaphysical knowledge from Channelers, hypnosis sessions (QHHT), higher self, akashic records, and lightworkers. Big fan of information about Atlantis and Ancient Egypt ~ Creator of ”Guardians of Magic” G.O.M. For Lightworkers: I love to meet new people and interview lightworkers asking the following questions: What they do for a living? Why they love it? What tips do they have? How did they get started?
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Remember the cartoons you loved as a kid? Do you, like us, remember mid-2000s Nickelodeon and Cartoon Network with a mix of fondness and terror – or, if you don’t, do you want to know what the fuss was about? Join Mary, David, and Ben as we revisit the cartoons that shaped us in an episode-by-episode deep dive, as well as the Internet fan culture as it was then and is now. How do these nostalgic shows hold up? What do we think of them now, as not kids but sad adults? How has the zeitgeist an ...
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BASIC is the only peace and security non-governmental organization that is British-American in composition and focus. With programs that address diplomacy and decision-making around nuclear weapons, we work on both sides of the Atlantic to encourage sustainable transatlantic security policies and to develop the strategies that can achieve them. We have charitable status in the United Kingdom and in the United States. We operate with offices in London and Washington, a small but committed sta ...
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TW: mentions of gun violence, rape Audrey and Louise finish their Rising Starlets and the Exploitational Biopic series with Lana Clarkson, a model and actress who was most popular in the '80s and '90s before her life was cut short by Phil Spector in 2003. We discuss six of Lana's films as well as the 2013 HBO movie Phil Spector. Topics include our …
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Apologies for the impromptu break, everyone – we’re back and we’re ready to party! Or, uh, in this case, cringe, because despite being written by the original author of The New Teen Titans comics, this episode… isn’t all that great. Of Teen Titans, I mean. WE, your humble podcasters, are in top form. And together we look on in horror as the Titans …
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TW: mentions of graphic violence, sexual assault Audrey and Louise continue their Rising Starlets and the Exploitational Biopic series with a discussion about Playboy Playmate and actress Dorothy Stratten, who was brutally murdered at the age of 20. We talk about the films that she appeared in as well as two movies about her life that were released…
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In this episode, “The Romanian Cracker Jack box”, Mary is excited to sit down with her friend Mirela and learn the story that shapes her. Pour yourself a glass of wine, and tuck in for a journey of Mirela's beautiful Romanian heritage and how this continues to shape who she is and how she shows up in this world. I’m so glad you asked is a twice mon…
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Al and Val make their triumphant return and are joined by special guest Phylicia McLeod to break down High School Musical 2! This one's going to be good! You can Bet On It! High School Musical 2 (August 17, 2007) IMDB Wikipedia Directed by Kenny Ortega (started as a music video director, Newsies, Hocus Pocus, Cheetah Girls 2, HSM 2&3, Descendants 1…
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TW: mentions of graphic violence, language Audrey and Louise are back with their first series of 2024: Rising Starlets and the Exploitational Biopic. The first subject of focus is Elizabeth Short, most known as The Black Dahlia. We discuss the 2006 movie of the same name; topics include the possibly career-worst performances from the main cast, how…
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Mary is thrilled to sit down with her neighbor and friend, Craig, for the second episode in the Men's Spotlight. Craig takes us on a journey beginning in 1942, and shares the story that continues to shape him. Please be sure to check out the links below that Craig mentions throughout this episode! BILL W.: The Creative Force Behind Alcoholics Anony…
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At Disclosure Fest Leah asked if I would be interested in an Akashic record reading and I said YES very interested in a reading. I am a big fan of Edgar Cayce's work and so is Leah. Leah Ray is an Akashic Record reading and a QHHT practitioner, check out her website for more. https://leahraylight.com/ ^^Links^^ List of services I offer one on one (…
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In this episode, “Never Give Up Girl”, Mary sits down with her dear friend Rachel, yes, THAT Rachel, the wonderful woman Mary mentions throughout her podcast. Rachel takes us on a journey starting from a young age into where she is now, and how this journey has paved a path for how she shows up in this world. Be sure to check out the links below fo…
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TW: strong language Audrey and Louise discuss their 2023 in review about movies in this fun episode! Topics include favorite performances from our Top 5 Actors, greatest songs from the High School Musical trilogy and our ranking of the movies, thoughts on recent releases like Saltburn and Beau is Afraid, Audrey's most embarrassing most-watched acto…
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In this episode, the first in the Men's Spotlight, Mary is honored to sit down with her friend, Anthony Neri. Anthony shares how poetry played an instrumental role in his life from a young age and shaped him as a person. Pour yourself a boulevardier and enjoy this first story in the Men's Spotlight series: every man has a story and I want to hear y…
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Anjali shares a 2017 interview she did on public radio with comedian Hari Kondabolu (Totally Biased with W Kamau Bell, The Problem with Apu) about race, politics and comedy writing, that remains relevant to the current moment. Anjali also reviews some recent series watches, and looks ahead to several highly anticipated shows in 2024. Part of this p…
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Audrey and Louise share their opinions on the five films centered around James Dean released from 1976-2015. We rank each of the leading performances (including James Franco's Emmy-nominated take on Dean) and discuss subjects like all of the different portrayals of people in his life such as Pier Angeli and Jack Warner, the awkwardness of recreatin…
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In this episode, Feminism is not a dirty word, Mary interviews her friend and favorite May Gemini, Melissa Munoz-Rush. Make yourself a Moscow Mule, play some New Kids on the Block and tuck in for a wonderful conversation between two dear friends of Catholicism, Feminist Nuns, and the great city of Chicago. This episode of I’m so glad you asked was …
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Al & Val hop on their dirt boards for the follow-up to Johnny Tsunami, EIGHT YEARS IN THE MAKING! Johnny Kapahala: Back on Board (June 8, 2007) IMDB Wikipedia Directed by Eric Bross (TV Movie Director) Written by Ann Austen & Douglas Sloane (Johnny Tsunami & Motocrossed), Max Enscoe (Return to Halloweentown) Starring: Brandon Baker as Johnny "Pono"…
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#arcturian #channeling #messages2024 In this video, we wanted to explore what 2024 had in for us, so as always we got some interesting responses from Daniel the Arcturian. We also explored a viewer's question for 2040 and the Red/Phoenix Planet. Tracie's link for the invite is listed below. Join now with my invite and you'll get $30 after you spend…
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Audrey and Louise discuss James Dean's three films in depth. Topics include why James was so different from his contemporaries and the influence that he has had on cinema, if he should have won for his two Oscar-nominated performances (East of Eden and Giant), how the generational gap between us and the teens in Rebel Without a Cause affects our in…
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Alright, time to dive headfirst into that tried and true staple of western animation, the body swap episode! None of us had remembered this one very fondly, and it turns out Mary had never seen at all. But it turns out it rules - especially because it's an EXCELLENT character study. Behold as Starfire-as-Raven destroys everything in her path, Raven…
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TW: mentions of sexual assault, suicide, strong language Audrey breaks down the life and career of James Dean, an actor who changed the world forever through just three movies. Topics include how James started his acting career and what his methods were, behind-the-scenes details from his Broadway, television, and film careers, friendships with Mar…
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In this episode, The Duality of Harmony, Mary interviews her friend Fiona and is fortunate to have a front row seat to learn the beautiful story that shaped who she is, beginning as a child in Ireland. Below are links to the incredible organizations that Fiona talks about in this episode. I am Irish instagram Black and Irish instagram This episode …
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Anjali spoke with friend and community organizer Brandon Lee, Chicago's pre-eminent scholar on all things Star Wars (in Anjali's opinion), about the plethora of streaming tv shows from a long time ago in a galaxy far far away. Anjali also shares the reflections of political prisoner Mumia Abu Jamal, whose 1977 essay "Star Wars and the American Imag…
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Al & Val jump into the world of Double Dutch with Corbin Bleu and Keke Palmer - will they win regionals? Or will they get KNOCKED OUT? Jump In! (January 12, 2007) IMDB Wikipedia Directed by Paul Hoen (Luck of the Irish, Tru Confessions, You Wish!, Eddie’s Million Dollar Cookoff, Cheetah Girls, Read it and Weep, Dadnapped, Camp Rock 2, How to Build …
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Audrey and Louise go through the plot of the 1982 biopic Frances. Discussion topics include thoughts on the film's decision to prioritize Frances' mental health struggles over her acting career, some of the scenes and lines that stood out (for better or worse), if Jessica Lange should have won an Oscar for her performance, the sensationalized appro…
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In this episode, “I just want someone to listen”, Mary interviews her friend, Kalli, who shows extreme bravery in sharing her story. To learn more about Dr. Kalli, please visit this link. This episode discusses sexual assault and trauma. If you have experienced sexual assault, violence or trauma, there are resources for you and you are not alone. I…
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Our guest this episode is Dawn Borchardt - videographer, photographer, film festival producer and host of the filmmaker interview podcast Faux Reel. Anjali chatted with Dawn about Indigenous-led series Reservation Dogs, and the docuseries Murder In Big Horn. Anjali also reviews two Indigenous-led TV shows - Trickster and Rutherford Falls - and shar…
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On our season finale of Momo’s Book Case Gail and I revisit one of her favorite books The Giver and possible fan fiction for this book from 1993. More Gail! Sparkle Bard Studio- Audio production needs Access Contemporary Music in Roger Park -music lessons Shop the books mentioned on the pod and support local bookstores: https://bookshop.org/shop/mo…
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Al & Val pack up and move into their dorms at Witch U to see if anyone can truly replace KJB (spoiler: they can't) Return to Halloweentown (October 20, 2006) IMDB Wikipedia Directed by David Jackson (Buffalo Dreams, Miami Vice, 21 Jump Street, Swamp Thing, Nash Bridges, The District, One Tree Hill) Written by Max Enscoe (Johnny Kapahala: Back on Bo…
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In everyone's favorite Season 1 episode, Raven is subjected to too many puns and goes grimdark, prompting Beast Boy and Cyborg to venture into the Hot Topic dimension to save her. While there, they encounter not one Raven, but several! Including Finger Guns Raven, a staple of forum avatars in the mid-noughties, but not including Lust Raven, who DOE…
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Audrey and Louise go through the 11 films of Frances Farmer's that they have seen. Discussion topics include co-stars such as Cary Grant, John Garfield, and Tyrone Power, if Frances should have won an Oscar for her dual roles in Come and Get It, dated qualities in '30s and '40s movies and what we wanted to have seen done differently, how Frances st…
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In this episode, “Hi Poddy”, Mary laughs and cries her way through an interview with her friend, Patti. Get cozy in your favorite turtleneck and pour yourself a glass of your favorite fall beverage; "Hi Poddy" is a beautiful journey of love and laughter. Edited by Josh Finfrock. I’m so glad you asked is a twice monthly interview podcast hosted by M…
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Audrey breaks down the myths surrounding the complicated life and career of Old Hollywood actress Frances Farmer - who is most known today for her tumultuous personal life. Topics include Frances' controversial trip to Russia in the 1930s, how she first broke into and then was forced to leave Hollywood, the complex relationship with her mother and …
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AL AND VAL ARE BACK! The strikes are over and that means the podcast is back on, returning with Read it and Weep, the story of a girl who finds out fame and influence aren't all they're cracked up to be. Read it and Weep (July 21, 2006) IMDB Wikipedia Directed by Paul Hoen (Luck of the Irish, Tru Confessions, You Wish!, Eddie’s Million Dollar Cooko…
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Today, Titan Talk goes out and touches grass! Come join us for a brief interlude at the park, followed by a much longer interlude in a hole at the dump. Points of curiosity: fine dijon mustard, five and a half pounds of baby back ribs, a nostalgic look back at Obama "scandals," and Tom Kenny in a dual role as a magical blue guy and another, less ma…
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Audrey and Louise go through the plot of the 1993 biopic Dragon: The Bruce Lee Story and add their commentary. Topics include the confusing historical inaccuracies, Jason Scott Lee's performance, our thoughts on how the racism that Bruce faced was depicted in the film, why we struggled with the story's fictionalized aspects, and much more. We also …
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In this episode, “Finding the aww”, Mary interviews her friend, Katie. Did we end up where we planned? Not at all, and that is where we find the aww. Tuck in for a wonderful conversation, full of honest, genuine heart and soul. This episode of I’m so glad you asked was edited by Josh Finfrock. I’m so glad you asked is a twice monthly interview podc…
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On this episode Todd and I discuss the first book in the Redwall series. Can a book from 1986 hold up in 2023? Shop the books mentioned on the pod and support local bookstores: https://bookshop.org/shop/momosbookcase For more about Momo’s Book Club go to www.momosbookclub.com or follow us on Instagram: @momosbookcase @momosbookclub ★ Support this p…
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Audrey and Louise go through Bruce Lee's '70s martial arts films as well as Brandon Lee's entire filmography. Topics include our favorite fight scenes, Bruce's unusual directorial choices for Way of the Dragon, some of the funniest lines/moments in Brandon's movies, our differing opinions on The Crow, comparisons between Bruce and Brandon and how w…
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Messages for humanity from Arcturians and Pleiadians After Daniel gave his message for the collective. The Pleiadians came in with a surprise visit to give humanity some messages. Also, to tell me they didn't forget about me. Disclosurefest: https://disclosurefest.org/ Stairway to the Stars: https://disclosurefest.org/event/stairway-to-the-stars 00…
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In this very spooky episode of Anjalivision, Anjali and some lovely friends share our favorite Halloween-themed TV episodes, and most memorable creepy TV shows I also review a few new 2023 series, and provide another Hollywood strike update. Follow @anjalivision on Instagram for news and announcements about the podcast, plus links to provide aid du…
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Audrey discusses the life and film/kung fu careers of the iconic Bruce Lee. Topics include his little-discussed films as a child actor, Bruce's growth as a martial artist and the creation of Jeet Kune Do, racism he faced in Hollywood and how he strived to make films that portrayed a new side of Chinese identity, relationships with friends such as S…
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On this episode Vinny brings two books about animals that had a big impact on him as a kid and maybe still to this day! Follow Vinny on all platforms for all the funnies! @vinn_ayy Shop the books mentioned on the pod and support local bookstores: https://bookshop.org/shop/momosbookcase For more about Momo’s Book Club go to www.momosbookclub.com or …
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We had a bit of confusion about what this episode was called, all the way up until nearly the end of the recording. Mary and Ben could have sworn it was called Thunder and Lightning. David has the clearest head of all of us and knew from day 1 that it was Forces of Nature, and so we stand corrected. But Thunder and Lightning themselves weren't alwa…
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In this episode, “Only when you are ready”, Mary is honored to interview her friend, Katey Neri. This episode discusses alcoholism and infidelity. If you or someone you know is affected by alcoholism, please visit https://al-anon.org/ for more information on how you can find support. Edited by Josh Finfrock. I’m so glad you asked is a twice monthly…
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Audrey and Louise discuss their mixed opinions on Gene Tierney and her films. Topics include our completely opposing views on Leave Her to Heaven, her movies with Henry Fonda and Tyrone Power, how much we love Vincent Price, Gene's Oscar nomination and what role we think she should have won for, do our last fan casting segment of the year, and much…
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Here we are at the actual Teen Titans pilot episode - one that makes it readily apparent why they decided to air Final Exam first. Between underdeveloped characters, an inorganic conflict and a weak resolution, it definitely isn't the series putting its best foot forward. Which is funny because foot-related mishaps are what drive the plot. Also, we…
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