Podcast: My Brother, My Brother And Me: MBMBaM: The TV Show: The Commentary Track: The Second Episode
To celebrate the launch of My Brother, My Brother and Me on iTunes and Google Play in the U.S. The McElroy Brothers are so proud to present a commentary track for the 2nd episode, "Resumes and Jamiroquai's Dad." They'll also be joined by showrunner and director J.D. Amato. It's fun! Catch it! [more inside]
The show has deviated pretty dramatically from the books, to the point where I'm not sure we even need a Books Included thread. Season 3 may stick closer to the books but I'm not sure how? Would a Books Included thread for the entire season would be good? Then we could have a master thread to discuss everything that's different or similar (whatever that might be). Any opinions yay or nay?
Mystery Science Theater 3000: RIDING WITH DEATH Season 8, Ep 14
"An Unforgettable Excursion Into Adventure." Two stories with little in common except that they deal with the adventures of a secret agent guy who can become invisible, stitched together from the 70s show Gemini Man. Why a guy who can become invisible is called Gemini Man escapes me. Another popular episode among fan reviewers, the most amazing thing about it is that TV's Frank wasn't on hand to select it. I like to think his spirit (having temporarily escaped his body) hovers over the episode. Lots of riffs on the actors (especially lead Ben Murphy) and their other roles. Sketches are weird but fun, including Mike as a teppanyaki chef and Crow as Turkey Volume Guessing Man. Promos - YouTube (1h30m) Premiered July 19, 1997. [more inside]
Is anyone else interested in watching this sweet, low-key and a bit melancholy series? (Available on Netflix in many regions.) Trailer. Something about it reminds me of The Station Agent. [more inside]