October 7, 2007

GWC Podcast #66

In this week’s ‘cast we check out the first new BSG since springtime, plus we lament the result of this week’s rewatch episode, Sacrifice. Highlights: We dish on young Husker and his blonde friend, comment on Sci-Fi’s (new and unusual) definition of the word “immediate,” wonder where the mini-sodes will take us (besides “Husker Shaves,” or “Husker tries on a sweater), remind everyone why playing boardgames with Chuck or Sean is fun — though playing with both isn’t — play the seven degrees of sci-fi Shakespeare, talk Tron (letting everyone in on some GWC trivia), miss Billy in a big way, wonder if he really did save Dee, and listen to an on-site report from GWC correspondant Alpaca Herder at the site of our future national GWC meetup.


5 Responses to "GWC Podcast #66"
  1. Dave says:

    Hi all

    Until I get teh Forum access thing straightened out, figure I’ll just post here.

    Here is a link to EW’s story on Razor
    http://www.ew.com/ew/article/0,,20057995,00.html

    pretty freakin sweet

    Dave

  2. The Fair Melissa says:

    Interesting article and definitely spoilerific (which is better than craaaaptastic). I like that it actually explains what we’re going to see – those previews on youtube made no sense… until now.

  3. Starbuccaneer says:

    Yeah, I hadn’t realized that Lee’s command would be an important factor until I read the EW article. I know it’s been said, but once again: Good job with the marketing SciFi Network. : /

  4. Dave says:

    Starbuccaneer – couldnt agree moer.

    I’m in the Forums now..hoorayyyy

  5. Boxy says:

    ), remind everyone why playing boardgames with Chuck or Sean is fun — though playing with both isn’t — play the seven degrees of sci-fi Shakespeare, talk Tron (letting everyone in on some GWC trivia)”
    WOW you said all that without saying ‘its been a long week’ or ‘punchy’
    i see rehab IS working

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