Jarf, Kyle & Kathleen join Brad to talk about Netflix’s corner of the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
-Everyone picks their Defender’s Soul Twin.
–Joshua Ostroff wrote a Great Article about the Luke Cage show.
-Vincent D’Onofrio was in Adventures in Babysitting. Seriously.
–Luke Cage’s 70s-80s outfit wasn’t easy to look at.
-The Novel Night Film by Marisha Pessl.
-The Essay The Elephant in the Room by Jon Ronson.
-The newest season of American Horror Story is the best since the first.
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A short episode of the Cosmic Geppetto Podcast that includes: -An Outtake from the next episode of the show with Jarf, Kyle & Kathleen -The final Win & In Best of the 90s Match: ER vs Northern Exposure -Jarf Recommends!
From Gilmore Girls & Survivor, Jessica Sugar Kiper (and her adorable daughter Punky Jean) join Brad to talk about her career and becoming a mom.
Seriously, how does he get such cool guests?
Sugar talks about her favorite gigs, whether she’d return to Survivor, and confirms Amy Kenerup’s appraisal of Milo Ventimiglia’s handsomeness.
-Last Man on Earth is a good show, but is too short.
-Brad’s friends Kyle & Brady finished Ghostbusters Minute, but are knee-deep into their new podcast Jurassic Park Minute. Brady just announced he will be starting Goonies Minute. Where do they find the time?
-Sugar’s favorite gig was the sitcom For Your Love. Brad found a clip!
You can find out more info on Sugar on IMDB, Instagram and Twitter. She was in a band called Sugar Spit. You can hear their music on MySpace.
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