Thursday, December 22, 2005

The hour long Christmahanukwanzakah (Christmas) special

This one includes special guest co-host Ryan A. Howard and a phone call to our "special agent in the field" Aimee in Little Rock. With all those heads talking we come this close to discussing Lost.

More good news: Ryan A's gots mad computer skillz, and he can probably hook us up with an enhanced podcast. That means our wilder tangents can have their own chapters and no more of this "to miss the spoiler skip ahead ten minutes" crap. Get pumped; we are sure to disappoint.

By the Vince Guaraldi Trio:
"Christmas Time is Here" I think that's called.
"Oh Tanenbaum/Christmas Tree"
"Hark the Herald Angels Sing" may be the title of that one.
and "Christmas (Baby, Please Come Home)" by Darlene Love again. Free Phil Spector!

MP3 File


Ryan said...
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Ryan said...

I can type... really! Take two.

Hey guys! We'll see what we can do about taking over "Lost" production out here (we'll need you to ship out a Chevy Hiatus for this crash scene I've got in mind)... though I think most of the actors are back in California right now.

I liked how you set out the spoiler section, going back to say how long it is. Though I think you got back into spoilers when you chatted with Amy. (A neat addition, though! Hope you have her call again.)

Sadly, all of the upcoming episodes you mentioned beyond the Charlie episode is probably off base (which is probably why they sound so good!). Some stuff that was posted to (which is like a wiki, so I could put in that Alf makes a special guest appearance) has circulated far and wide, even the E! Online columnist got snookered last week. And all that IMDB stuff? Same problem. Spoilerfix specifically refuses anything attributed to and IMDB for this reason.

The Fuselage is a fan site, but one that has a close relationship with the "Lost" creative team and some of the actors. (Which is why any discussion of Ana Lucia and Cyntia Watros' DUI here in Hawaii is verboten.) The main page is a disaster, but jumping straight to the "Threaded Board" will save you some headaches. There is an abundance of forums, but there's definitely no shortage of activity.

Mele Kalikimaka, guys. Keep up the great work.

matt said...

dudes, the huxtables live in brooklyn.
they have the best sitcom house.

alex said...

yay vince guaraldi trio

colin_cristopher said...

it's not really a sitcom house but the house from back to the future II. just so i can have a huge screen with a japanese guy shouting "maaacfrrryyy!!!"

gillian said...

I want to live in Fraiser's apartment. Or any of the houses in The OC.

Mike Hollywood/City of Industry said...

How about the house from Silver Spoons.. That would be my choice!

notahowiefan said...

Great podcast this week! But one of you needs to shave your head and grow out a soul patch.

aimee in little rock said...

I hope you guys aren't completely hating me right now! I listened to the podcast and realized I was unfairly dominating the conversation. I always talk incessantly when I'm nervous and I was caught off guard by your phone call. I apologize for never watching Twin Peaks. I was so afraid to listen to it, but you guys did a great job with the editing!

You need Chuck Norris-like powers in order to survive navigating The Fuselage. I have never posted there before (and I know that because it keeps reminding me), but I'll sift through it occasionally to help spin off some of the theories and ideas that get posted. Sometimes watching other people think helps me think.

Amanda said...

If there was any justice in the world, I would live in the Jetson's house, but as for a 3d house, I would go with the Charmed house.

Scott and Steve said...

The Jetsons' house is the only good answer to this stupid, stupid question. It's very much like the space needle Freddie Mercury would live in. Good work, Amanda.