IM010: El Flambé Delicto

January 18, 2019

in which Andy, Pete and guest Ryan Dalton, author of the Time Shift trilogy, window shop in Tony’s house, pine for one of the houses they may have used as reference and wish for a gig like Paul Bettany had here

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IM009: If Tony’s Dad Worked on the Manhattan Project…

January 17, 2019

in which Andy, Pete and guest Ryan Dalton, author of the Time Shift trilogy, praise what Leslie Bibb is bringing to the table, look at editor Dan Lebental’s great work in the MCU and try to piece together the ages of Tony and his dad, Howard

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Romeo and Juliet

January 17, 2019

Is it better or worse casting actual teenagers to play the title roles? How well does Zeffirelli handle the Bard? What are we really looking for in adaptations of this story anyway? Tune in to this week’s show to find out these answers and more!

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IM008: Our extensive research into snake eyes

January 16, 2019

in which Andy, Pete and guest Ryan Dalton, author of the Time Shift trilogy, praise Terrence Howard’s and Robert Downey Jr.’s relationship, reveal Christine Everhart’s comic origins and share our lack of gambling knowledge

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IM007: With ladies on each arm

January 15, 2019

in which Andy, Pete and guest Ryan Dalton, author of the Time Shift trilogy, revel in the great jump cuts to the casino, talk about Tony’s crazy scripted dialogue and enjoy seeing the director pop up as Tony’s sidekick

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Designing Your Life

January 15, 2019

The nature of the new year gives us the opportunity to reflect on change. Are you setting resolutions that put an unhealthy focus on what you’re not able to accomplish? Today on the show: making life design choices that focus on the good you do for yourself and your communities in the new year.

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Thinking Like a Toddler with Paul Lindley

January 15, 2019

Many of our guests are on a journey to social purpose – developing it, finding it, evolving it. What’s rarer are the companies that are founded for a purpose; built from day one to address an urgent social need. Ella’s Kitchen founder Paul Lindley created his baby food company, Ella’s Kitchen, to give babies a…

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IM006: From a show you never knew existed

January 14, 2019

in which Andy, Pete, and guest Ryan Dalton, author of the Time Shift trilogy, jam out to the Iron Man cartoon theme song, review Jeff Bridges’ character types and discuss Powerpoints as exposition

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IM005: Meanwhile, back at the ranch…

January 11, 2019

in which Andy and Pete take a lesson in Dari/Urdu, talk about the jump backward in time, and dig into Photoshopped magazine covers

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IM004: Jimmy is Swiss cheese

January 10, 2019

in which Andy and Pete bid adieu to swiss cheese Jimmy, look at our first bit of deleted material, and pine for the halcyon days of that fantastic phone.

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Have you ever found yourself so engrossed in a movie that you just couldn't stop talking about it? You fixate on the smallest details, replay moments in your mind long after the movie has ended, and you want nothing more than to talk about the film with anyone that crosses your path? Welcome, friends. You've found a home.

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IM010: El Flambé Delicto

Jan 18, 2019

in which Andy, Pete and guest Ryan Dalton, author of the Time Shift trilogy, window shop in Tony’s house, pine for one of the houses they may have used as reference and wish for a gig like Paul Bettany had here

Listen

IM009: If Tony’s Dad Worked on the Manhattan Project…

Jan 17, 2019

in which Andy, Pete and guest Ryan Dalton, author of the Time Shift trilogy, praise what Leslie Bibb is bringing to the table, look at editor Dan Lebental’s great work in the MCU and try to piece together the ages of Tony and his dad, Howard

Listen

IM008: Our extensive research into snake eyes

Jan 16, 2019

in which Andy, Pete and guest Ryan Dalton, author of the Time Shift trilogy, praise Terrence Howard’s and Robert Downey Jr.’s relationship, reveal Christine Everhart’s comic origins and share our lack of gambling knowledge

Listen

IM007: With ladies on each arm

Jan 15, 2019

in which Andy, Pete and guest Ryan Dalton, author of the Time Shift trilogy, revel in the great jump cuts to the casino, talk about Tony’s crazy scripted dialogue and enjoy seeing the director pop up as Tony’s sidekick

Listen

IM006: From a show you never knew existed

Jan 14, 2019

in which Andy, Pete, and guest Ryan Dalton, author of the Time Shift trilogy, jam out to the Iron Man cartoon theme song, review Jeff Bridges’ character types and discuss Powerpoints as exposition

Listen