Wednesday, March 25, 2015

Podcast 144: Earnest Borg? Nein!

First of all, today is J.R.'s birthday. Forgot to tell him so on the podcast even though it would have been about a week away when we recorded. Sorry bud!

Second, the big event this time is that the Borg are back in a flagrant and obvious pandering fashion. We dismiss the superficial fan-service cash grab handily. Or do we? Also, we talk about that episode with the sex slave. Also there were two other episodes.

Third, songs about the rain! It rained here this past week! Perfect!

Fourth, just listen! Whatever!

Hey we forgot to mention David and Tim's rain songs. Here are some of 'em: "Raindrops Keep Fallin' on My Head," "Tears in the Rain," "When the Levee Breaks," "The Adventures of Rain Dance Maggie," "Red Rain," "Rainy Night in Georgia," "Rain" (apparently The Beatles have a song called "Rain"), "Box of Rain," "Fire and Rain," "So. Central Rain," "Crying in the Rain" (a-Ha cover of Everly Brothers?) "Kentucky Rain," "The Rainbow Connection."

Podcast breakdown:

0:00 -- nuqneH (goals, books, other)
5:36 -- "The Breach"
26:14 -- "Cogenitor"
58:09 -- "Regeneration"
1.18:23 -- "First Flight"
1.32:34 -- Awards and rankings
1.45:56 -- Heathen stuff (basketball, Cinderella, Avengers)
1.56:17 -- Top 5 songs about rain
2.11:36 -- Audrey Hepburn movies for the future
2.14:36 -- Other random stuff
2.18:42 -- Next episode predictions
2.25:25 -- Qapla' and outtakes

Vote for which Audrey Hepburn movie you'd like us to discuss on the next movie podcast! Hey there's a link for that right here! Click it!

Click here for "Words" by Missing Persons!

Ach! This was supposed to be one of my rain songs! Can't believe I forgot it! Click here for "Midnight" by Yazoo!

Hey, remember how I said "Naked Rain" by This Picture is kind of a forgotten song? Well iTunes totally doesn't even have it. Click here to listen to it anyway!

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This episode is dedicated in loving memory to Edward G. Robinson (1893-1973) and Ernest Borgnine (1917-2012).

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