Sneaky Dragon Episode 472

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By Ian Boothby and David Dedrick, Ian Boothby, and David Dedrick. Discovered by Player FM and our community — copyright is owned by the publisher, not Player FM, and audio is streamed directly from their servers. Hit the Subscribe button to track updates in Player FM, or paste the feed URL into other podcast apps.

Hola, Sneakers. Welcome to Episode 472 of the longest podcast hosted by us!

This week: Be yourself; my best friend television; we grow up too fast; uncomfortable comedy; back to that movie; chronological racism; the obnoxious sound; back to the cuckold; rockabilly cats and their kittens; pop culture Joan of Arc; historical just desserts; you’re not Henry the VIIIth; Beatles to the future; the secret of Dr. Brown; inaccurate future; aliens are real; the Ursula K. Leguiniverse; how did the French communicate; the humane killing device; big brother; electro-shock memory; deep remembering; mathematical stress dreams; vaccines are real; killer booze; emotional times; true believers; fake believers; hateful church; parable lines; whip it; pregnancy doom; movie talk – The Kid Detective and Tenet; Question of the Week – Sneakers respond; cavalier attitudes; and, finally, Fantastic Four play.

Thanks for listening.

Question of the week: Do you believe in aliens? Would you like to meet them?
Sub-question of the week: What’s your favourite high-concept movie or novel? (Not based on an existing IP [intellectual property])

Thanks for listening!

Department of Corections:

Chuck Berry was accused of having sexual intercourse with a 14-year old Apache waitress – not a white woman – whom he had transported across state lines to work as a hat check girl at his club.

Berry was tried, convicted, and sentenced in 1959. Although he succesfully appealed the sentence – arguing the judge was racist and had prejudiced the jury – he still ended up being convicted and spent a year and a half in jail.

Berry was 23 at the time of the original charge.

Department of Sainthood:

David shouldn’t have second guessed himself, Joan of Arc did indeed communicate with angels: notably the archangel Michael, as well as the saints Margaret and Catherine of Alexandria.

Department of Video:

Christmas is coming and that means Christmas brunch! We highly recommend that you try Eggs Dedrick to end this sad year on a high note!

Screen Crush has some thoughts on the Fantastic Four:

And then here is a poem by John Cooper Clarke that is decidedly NSFW!!! Or not safe for home life with children, for that matter!!!

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