A Little Family Talk About Person of Interest

Person of Interest

Kim, Tuffley & Bryan convene to discuss the series Person of Interest while at DragonCon 2016. Recorded in front of a mostly live studio audience.

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By |September 14th, 2016|Podcasts|0 Comments

Headsup: Supernatural Season 11 on Blu-ray


Warner Brothers Home Entertainment provided me with a free copy of the Blu-ray set I featured in this blog post. The opinions I share are my own.

I find that Supernatural viewers fall into three categories: they hardcore love it, hardcore hate it, or feel betrayed because they used to hardcore love it for the first half of the run and have since become very disappointed with the show's direction.

Season 11 was especially polarizing among these groups as it explored the pre-biblical spiritual arena-- viewers saw the aftermath following the release of the Darkness, the introduction of the Rabids and Amara into the storyline, the cliffhanger of Sam's unknown fate, and more.

This set includes all twenty-three episodes of season 11 on Blu-ray along with over four episodes of bonus material and a digital HD copy for instant download and streaming. Special features include:

5 Featurettes:

  • Jensen Ackles on Directing "The Bad Seed"
  • On Set with SPN: The Real Fan Contest
  • The Winchester Mythology: Shedding Light on the Darkness
  • Digital Magic: Enhancing the Sets with VFX
  • 2015 Comic-Con Panel


  • Audio Commentaries
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Gag Reel


For hardcore "love it" fans, the featurettes are an additional opportunity to explore the new areas the show has entered, both in front of the camera and behind. The specials on Jensen Ackles directing Episode 3 - "The Bad Seed," the Winchester Mythology, and the use of VFX aren't amazingly groundbreaking or anything, but they are interesting and give some additional [...]

By |September 6th, 2016|Headsup|1 Comment

Word-A-Week Vocabulary Vlog Catch-Up #52 - #54

Aaron Poole's Word-a-Week!

Well, Widge here. I manipulate Aaron's Patreon to get a third season of Word-A-Week and things fall on me again. I suck. Did you hear the one about the three-foot king snake that came into my office? I'll tell you later. Right now, it's a triple feature of Aaron Fever at his verbalistic best. He's the man who can sell vocabulary to the already verbose, such is his power. So without further adieu, here's three more words that Aaron has hand-selected to bestow upon you. Accept no substitutes! These are words you can use! In conversation! You can even use them on Twitter and Facebook! And the best part is: these words are free for you to use and share! It is guaranteed DRM-free.

More of Aaron's shenanigans can be found at aaronfever.com.
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By |August 1st, 2016|Word-a-Week|1 Comment

Your Mental Sorbet: Hugo De Groot

Hugo De Groot:  Ze Nemen Me Eindelijk Mee

When we find something worthy, we like to offer it to you as a starter for your week of inevitable weirdness. This time I have found something special.

Many of you are aware of the Doctor Demento staple, "They're Coming to Take Me Away Ha Ha!" by Napoleon XIV. It's a release that have given this, one of the greatest excerpts of a review I've ever seen. From Billboard:

Against a clomp-clomp tambourine beat, Napoleon spoke-chanted his manic-depressive tale of failed romance, the vocals suddenly speeding up into an unsettlingly cheerful giddiness as sirens revved up in the background. Not a single note of music was played or sung throughout the track, which zoomed up to number three in the summer of 1966, as the necessary counterpoint to Barry Sadler's insipid, similarly off-the-wall smash that year, "The Ballad of the Green Berets."

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By |August 1st, 2016|Mental Sorbet|0 Comments

Stuff You Need to Know: Comic-Con in a Nutshell. A Very Large Nutshell.

Ezekiel & Shiva

In case you hadn't noticed, San Diego Comic-Con just happened. And lots of stuff gets announced and lots of trailers happen and it's basically just crammed with things. Here, I've tried to take the high points of the chaos and condense them into one huge post. There are lots of videos. You might want to go get a sandwich.

  • Firstly, we have tiger. Walking Dead had their Season 7 trailer which held to their desire to keep the Lucilled victim from the end of last season a secret. This is something, to be honest, I'm amazed hasn't leaked yet considering how the maniacs (read: fans) of the show watch everything they do like overly caffeinated hawks. Regardless, we got a look at Shiva and no doubt the giant feline and Carol got the biggest laughs from Hall H. Khary Payton will be playing the Dread King Ezekiel.
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    By |July 26th, 2016|Stuff You Need to Know|0 Comments

    Music Whenever: Kat Robichaud, Dan Deacon, The Delegators & More...

    Kat Robichaud

    Hello again. So as stated, it's been a bit rough of late and 2016 has gotten off to such a shaky start, it's almost like being in an Irwin Allen film. So for this go round, I've picked six songs that are at least relatively cheery, so we collectively get some musical therapy, yes? Yes.

    First things first. I had no idea Kat Robichaud was on The Voice. I know as much about The Voice versus other reality shows as I do about badminton versus other versions of sportsball. With just about the same level of caring. What I do care about is this song, which I've played a ridiculous number of times. This is the second version on her album, the "Ringmaster" rendition, which I prefer to the "original" because this sounds more anarchic and mental. And I am drawn to songs that sound like they're recorded in the middle of an electric street carnival. You are Jack's utter lack of surprise. The album she released with The Darling Misfits is, appropriately enough, Kat Robichaud and The Darling Misfits. You can find the album on Amazon and her website with all of her linkages can be found here.

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    By |July 18th, 2016|Music Whenever|0 Comments

    Word-A-Week Vocabulary Vlog #51: Fard

    Aaron Poole's Word-a-Week!

    You thought Word-a-Week was gone for good. But since everything is trying to emulate Marvel these days, resurrection can come pretty easy. Or at least reasonably priced. Wordmonger Aaron Fever is back for a third series of one my favorite things ever. So once more: accept no substitutes! This word is one you can use! In conversation! You can even use it on Twitter and Facebook! And the best part is: this word is free for you to use and share! It is guaranteed DRM-free.

    Also, this happened because you and people like you supported his Patreon. Do it. It will make you feel all tingly. More of Aaron's shenanigans can be found at aaronfever.com.
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    By |July 2nd, 2016|Word-a-Week|0 Comments

    Your Weekend Justice #244: That's the Trouble With Ghost Emojis

    Sad Jem

    It's Weekend Justice: the Internet's #1 audio trainwreck...we continue to claw out of the 2015 archive. There is a light at the end of the tunnel. No trains have run through here in a long time.

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    By |June 28th, 2016|Podcasts, Weekend Justice|1 Comment

    Howdy Folks.


    Warning: The post that follows is 96% serious. Our usual irregular silliness will resume very shortly.

    Things have been weird around here for the past long while, for which I apologize. I appreciate everyone's support and patience as I've been trying to sift through this madness. Towards the end of last year, I got involved with finalizing a very large project which was finally released in January. Most recently, just as we were trying to get back underway, the back end of the site broke which required some updates and black magic to fix.

    In between the two, I started a foundation to fight neurodegenerative diseases. And I did this because my mother died.

    That's her in the picture up there--a picture which proves two things. First, my mother is one of the few people who actually managed to make 70s fashion work for her while it was working against most of the rest of humanity. Second, at one point in the distant past, I may actually have been cute.

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    By |June 27th, 2016|Admin|8 Comments

    Your Weekend Justice #243: Dueling Muted Trumpets

    Siri, You Must Be Stopped

    It's Weekend Justice: the Internet's #1 audio trainwreck...finally back with another episode as we claw out of the 2015 archive. The extended madness and delay will be explained further in an upcoming post. There may be spoilers if you haven't watched television for several months.

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    By |April 26th, 2016|Podcasts, Weekend Justice|1 Comment