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Episode 239 – Punching Nazis

Adolf_Hitler_(Earth-81223)_from_What_If_Age_of_Ultron_Vol_1_4_0001This week, we are joined by frequent guest Eric Knight to discuss the hot topic of punching Nazis.  Is it OK to punch a Nazi?  If so, when is it OK?  As you might expect, we get a bit political here.  The sound issues we experienced with episode 238 continue with 239.  No wonder as we recorded both episodes back to back!  Again, we think we have sorted out the problem for now and things should sound better going forward.  We didn’t want to try to recapture the passion of this episode so we felt it was better if we posted it and we hope you can tolerate the poor audio.  If not, come back next week!

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One Response to Episode 239 – Punching Nazis

  1. Jessica Dalton-Morgan says:

    1 – This is the trickiest to answer for narrowing down.
    a) fav overall show – Phantom – I originally saw it when I was 10 in Australia with Anthony Warlow as the Phantom, when he was the youngest ever Phantom cast. He returned to the role nearly 20 years later, after having a daughter and surviving cancer.
    b) fav movie – Nightmare Before Christmas – none of the movie versions of stage musicals have worked (apart from Chicago) except from having great visuals so I had to do a bit of digging to think of a movie
    c) fav music – I’m a big fan of Stephen Sondheim, especially for his lyrics so would have to vote Sweeney Todd for the song A Little Priest alone, which seems rather apt (fav lines are :”Bus’ness never better using only pussycats and toast!
    And a pussy’s good for maybe six or seven at the most!” ; and “Shepherd’s pie peppered with actual shepherd on top”)
    2 – My sister is 10 years my senior so got me into playing the violin/classical music, musicals, fantasy novels and ST:TNG
    3 – Buddhism or perhaps Hinduism
    4 – Shoot the moon
    5 – Alan Rickman for the glorious voice. He could ham it up as a great villain in Die Hard, be a romantic lead in Sense and Sensibility or have a comic turn in Galaxy Quest. He had just directed his second feature when he died so could have had a career as a director if he wanted (he was only 69), He was never in the news for who he was dating or such, he just got on with his life.