On this extended episode, the boys welcome back the rock group Blue Movie, er… mostly guitarist Tony Paris while the other members are stuck in traffic trying to get to the studio. Tony turns the tables on our hosts when he decides to interview them! When the rest of the band arrives, the crew gets a brow beating of a lifetime.
As we carry over the conversation from the most recent episode of Near Mint, the boys welcome back Joe Ahearn and Ed Catto of Captain Action fame to discuss Marvel Studios’ big Spider-Man announcement, and the Wheel Of Time pilot that no one apparently knew aired! Then we get to talk to author Viola Carr about her new novel The Diabolical Miss Hyde and listen to how the guys swoon over her incredible Aussie accent!
DC might quietly wrap New52, Spider-Man joins the Avengers on the big screen, and we talk about how we got into comics with our awesome guests, Ed Catto and Joe Ahearn of Captain Action!
With Den and Pete missing in action, Ken recruits Frank to help discuss the station’s first live chat of WWE Smackdown on The NonPro Fan Club over at https://www.facebook.com/groups/NonPro/. Then Ken has a one on one conversation with scream queen and all around AWESOME actress Debbie D!
On this episode, The Idiots celebrate NonPro’s “I Hate The 80’s” by discussing some of pro-wrestling’s worst gimmicks. Then, Kate McClure reviews “Little Horribles” for Must Click TV. Finally we wrap up with a very candid interview with actress/producer Brigitte Kingsley of “Dark Rising” fame.
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