Episode 39 – Welcome to Babetown

Brad is joined by Danny Ross & Jessica Leibowitz, the husband and wife duo Babetown.  They are putting out 1989 is Hell, a remake of Ryan Adams’ excellent Love is Hell in the style of Taylor Swift’s 1989.  It is awesome and so are they.

The Digressions:
-Jess digs Courtney Barnett.
-Danny has been listening to The Hamilton soundtrack.
-Brad once surprised his carpool buddy with music from Dr. Horrible’s Sing-A-Long Blog.

Babetown’s website is GreetingsFromBabetown.com.  Check out their Facebook page Here.  Their Soundcloud Page is also awesome.

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Episode 38 – Guitar Icon Richard Lloyd

Because being Brad is often awesome, guitarist Richard Lloyd joins the show to talk about his new album Rosedale, his work with Matthew Sweet and other highlights from a career spanning four decades.

Before that, Shawn and Brad discuss their favorite Richard Lloyd songs.  There are a lot to choose from.

The Digressions:
-Shawn is digging DC’s Rebirth Comics…
-…Especially Aquaman
-Brad again sings the praises of Bloodthirsty: One Nation Under Water. He won’t be satisfied until everyone reads it.

You can buy Rosedale by Richard Lloyd Here.

Find out more about Richard Lloyd at:
-His website www.RichardLloyd.com.
-The Facebook page for his Music.
-The Facebook page for his Art.

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Episode 37 – Best of the 90’s: Pinky & The Brain V Ren & Stimpy

Ridiculously Special Episode of The Cosmic Geppetto Podcast.

Kyle & Brady from The Ghostbusters Minute Podcast (a favorite around here) argue which is better: Pinky & The Brain or Ren & Stimpy.  Mark Landry, creator/writer of the excellent comic Bloodthirsty: One Nation Under Water, is here to judge the proceedings.

Jarf returns for the inaugural edition of Crossing The Streams, where we talk about hidden gems found on Netflix, Amazon or other streaming services.  He and Brad talk about the  new Tick pilot.

There’s a new Theme Song!  Sung by Amy Kenerup!

The Digressions:
* Not too bad this time, aside from Jarf & Brad talking a lot about how awesome Patrick Warburton is.

Find out more about Mark Landry’s Bloodthirsty: One Nation Under Water Here.

Find out more about Kyle & Brady’s Ghostbusters Minute Here.  Remember: We are donating $1 for every iTunes review for their show.

Amy is the lead singer for Midnight Drive.  Their website is Here.

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Episode 36 – Harry Potter & The Geeky Podcasters

New Panelist Katie joins the show to talk about the new book Harry Potter & The Cursed Child. Lots of Spoilers!

Heather and Brad take a drive and list The Harry Potter Movies from Favorite to Least Favorite.

The Digressions:
-Katie is our Harry Potter expert. She has three wands!
-Brad & Heather share how their daughter got her name.
-The Mendenhalls take a family trip to Explore & More.
-The previous week, they went to The Lancaster Science Factory.
-Brad’s daughter saw Secret Life of Pets and wants everyone to know about it.
-Katie has been reading Girl Out of Oz for four years.

Friends of the Cosmic Geppetto Podcast have been, or have family, affected by the flooding in Louisiana.  Donations to help those in need are accepted Here.

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Episode 35 – Returning to The Preacher

Kyle from Ghostbusters Minute and Kathleen are back to talk about the completed First Season of Preacher.

So much cool stuff in this episode.  Most important, we are doing another Cystic Fibrosis Foundation Fundraiser.  This time, $1 is donated for every iTunes Review for Ghostbusters Minute.  And, because he is a Great Guy, Kyle is matching our donation.

So…if you put something nice on iTunes for a Great Podcast, $2 goes to a Fantastic Organization and it Doesn’t Cost You Anything.  That is a Good Deal.

The Digressions:
-There are So Many Spoilers
-Kathleen hates TV and movies where animals die.
-You’re The Worst is a good show.
-Preacher, like Breaking Bad, is filmed in Albuquerque, NM.
-They filmed a lot of movies in Louisiana, but taxes have changed.
-Matt from Smörgåschords is awesome.
-Kathleen loves Kyle.
-Brad never misses the podcasts Whistlestop, The Gist and, of course, Ghostbusters Minute.

By the way, you can make a donation to CFF.org and we encourage you to do so.

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Episode 34 – Best of the 90’s: Batman V Batman (with some Star Trek thrown in)

The Best of the 90’s Tournament is Finally Here!

It’s Batman: The Animated Series vs Batman Beyond.

Amy and Jason duke it out while Jared judges the competition.

Also, Brad does a To & From Review of Star Trek Beyond.

The Digressions:
-Two new theme songs. One is sung by someone who has talent!
-Brad can’t remember James Earl Jones’ name.
-There was a woman in her underwear during the last Star Trek. She’s gone this time.
-Characters who, after decades of existence, are revealed gay.

Actually, that’s not too bad.  Yay for us!

Like Amy’s singing?  Of course you do!  Check out her band’s website Here.

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