No longer content to merely review television through the creative use of Friskies gifs and awkward jokes, Dylan Garsee and Nick Hanover have moved on to the internet airwaves, co-hosting CB's own entertainment podcast, Paranoid Video.
Paranoid Video Episode 1.20-
"Hate, Rain on Me."
We didn't originally plan it this way, but this episode of Paranoid Video is the first of a two-parter. The featured discussion centered around Twilight and geek on geek hate before we launched into our list of the Top 5 Disappointments of 2012 (see? no hate! actually, that's not entirely accurate, as you'll see). We'll be following this up with our Top 5 Positive Surprises of 2012, so keep your eye on the site.
As always, you can listen to the episode at the player below or download it here.
The intro this week is just an excuse for us to have a bumper spot for Andrew Jackson Jihad's "Hate, Rain on Me" but it runs until 8:00. We start our Twilight quasi-defense talk at 8:40 and that runs until 36:41. The image Dylan put together that we mention is this one:
You can listen to the "lost" 4th Paranoid Video episode at the player below or download it here. This is the one about Girls.
The Twilight business ended at 36:31 and we took a break to play Police Teeth's "Hatebuttoned," before starting our Disappointments of 2012 talk at 37:14, that continues to the end.
Of course, what you really want is to meet Dylan's new friend, Jason "Yakety" Sacksboy. So without further ado, here he is:
And in case you want to know what we look like, here is a visual representation of Dylan and myself, courtesy of Emily Marie Palmer:
Dylan Garsee is a freelance writer/bingo enthusiast currently living in Austin, TX. He is studying sociology, and when he's not winning trivia nights at pork-themed restaurants, writing a collection of essays on the gay perspective in geek culture. An avid record collector, Dylan can mostly be seen at Waterloo Records, holding that one God Speed You! Black Emperor record he can't afford and crying. You can follow him on twitter @garseed.
When he's not writing about the cape and spandex set and functioning as the Co-Managing Editor of Comics Bulletin, Nick Hanover is a book, film and music critic who has contributed to Spectrum Culture, No Tofu Magazine, Performer Magazine, Port City Lights and various other international publications. By which he means Canadian rags you have no reason to know anything about. He also translates for "Partytime" Lukash's Panel Panopticon and you can follow him on twitter @Nick_Hanover