Outlander Cast Hosts Mary & Blake discuss Clanlands: Chapter 13 - Culloden. In this episode, we chat personalizing macro history, finding the right tone between romanticism and historical perspective, and why Mary had four boyfriends at one birthday party -- including Blake!
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Outlander Cast Hosts Mary & Blake discuss Men In Kilts, episode 6 - Scotland By Land, Air and Sea. In this episode, we chat missing the big hugs from Gary, loving ALL the Scotland porn, and why you wouldn't catch Blake DEAD on Kilt Rock...
The Potterverse Hosts Mary & Blake discuss chapter 17 of Harry Potter and The Prisoner Of Azkaban - Cat, Rat And Dog. We chat narrative efficiency, exposition done the right way, and a 60 minutes special on Crookshanks the misunderstood cat...
This Is Us Too Hosts Mary & Blake chat about This Is Us episode 5.11 -"One Small Step...". Blake gets a little emotional talking about Mary being his future, we also chat the excellent direction, sitting with tension, and we make a wildly inappropriate amount of Chernobyl jokes...
The MCU Diaries Host Blake Larsen chats the season 1 premiere of The Falcon And The Winter Solider -- episode 1.01"New World Order". Blake discusses how TFWTS echoes previous MCU films, our characters defining their purpose in new world, excellent direction in the therapy session, and why the episode begins and ends with "Captain America"...
The Potterverse Hosts Mary & Blake discuss chapter 16 of Harry Potter and The Prisoner Of Azkaban - Professor Trelawney's Prediction. We chat about Pathos, Logos, and Ethos, getting shades of Ned Stark, and why Mary took a class about bugs...
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WandaVision episode 1.02, "Don't Touch That Dial" gets more gimmicky than the first episode, yet it showcases something Wanda and Vision have been lacking for their whole MCU existence: characterization.
The first episode of WandaVision isn't about the what, so much as it is about the where and why, and I am HERE for it.