Joining us again is Something2XP’s own Superfriend, Kitty Brown. This week we nerd out about stand-up, Marvel movies, Star Wars, moviegoing etiquette, Amy Schumer, Bruce Jenner, transgender struggle, being a good ally, The Jack and Triumph Show, Star Wars video games, Ex Machina, Inside Out, new Twin Peaks, Ant-Man, Guardians of the Galaxy, The Man from U.N.C.L.E., spy movie gadgets, Spectre, Never Say Never Again, nerd roots, Star Wars vs. Star Trek, Fantasy vs. Science Fiction, Nichelle Nichols, Iceman, LGBT normalcy, social equality and change, Star Wars pick-up lines, Tomorrowland, the Ghostbusters reboot, Terminator: Genisys, and Mad Max: Fury Road.
This week, our guest is friend of the podcast and sometimes co-host, Kitty Brown. We gush nerdily about Star Wars, George Lucas, Star Wars canon vs. Expanded Universe, Knights of the Old Republic, Dark Empire, diversity vs. uniformity in nerd culture, female superheroes, Agent Carter, X-Men, Kingsman: The Secret Service, Avengers: Age of Ultron, X-Men: Days of Future Past, Wolverine, Ellen Page, The Walking Dead, Game of Thrones, Harry Potter, and the A Song of Ice and Fire TV show vs. the books.
This week, our guests are Rex Broome and Christina Bulbenko, co-founders of Burbank, CA Indie Rock band, The Armoires. We talked about music, elderly profanity, the stories behind songs, family bands, teaching, Skates & Rays, CBGB’s bands, Blondie, late 70s music, cover songs, Stand-up comedy, reasons to create, aging rock stars, Ian Bulbenko’s life and death, the decision to continue with The Armoires, coping with loss, upcoming Armoires gigs and recordings, Rocket Scientists, TV theme songs, community healing, genuine happiness, naming the band, and moving on.