Episode 205 : Back to the Past

This episode runs a little long. Tony tells a lot of stories this time, and statistically speaking, most of them are boring. Then a little time travel, and William tries to convince us all he’s trustworthy, and inadvertently shoots Tony in the face. Enjoy!


You magically get to send a question back to episode 1, what do you write?                           –Anonymous

What’s your biggest fear? –Craig

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6 Responses to Episode 205 : Back to the Past

  1. jas says:

    Another great Del Toro movie, kind of along the lines of Pan’s Labyrinth, is The Devil’s Backbone. I hadn’t heard of Cronos.

  2. jas says:

    Sound quality is much better–Tony’s voice is coming across much more clearly.

  3. jas says:

    I’ve had terrible bouts of stage fright. I played piano when I was a kid and I would sweat so much that my fingers would slip on the keys. And about 15 years ago, I was doing karate tournaments and when I would do forms before judges my hands and feet would go numb (which makes doing karate really hard!).

    I don’t have the same problem performing with a group of people.

  4. William says:

    Sorry I shot you in the face, Dude. I didn’t mean to.

  5. Mark says:

    Just joining in: Now I’m tempted to try to arrange swinging by your place on night you record just to joining in for no good reason. :p

    Jupiter’s Ascending: The apparent spectacle of this movie doesn’t look interesting enough to make up for it’s god awful looking story.

    Pacific Rim: Hey, that movie was great fun! Enough that I bought the blu-ray when it came out, though I can’t imagine enjoying it on an iPhone screen. Ok, so it’s not a movie that would ever win major awards for story/acting and it was definitely predictable.

    Send a question back in time to TMTH: I already did and don’t have to worry about this.

    Greatest fear: I don’t know that I have something I would identify as a greatest fear. I HATE spiders and other creepy crawlers. I also react poorly to doing public speaking to audiences that I don’t know.

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