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Tuesday, November 6th, 2012

by admin on November 6, 2012

David Walker joins us for an Election Day show that somehow manages to only bring up the Election once, for all of 3 seconds, and that was in reference to the news Harrison Ford said he might play Han Solo again – although who actually wants that? Other things we might not want so much as we once thought: A World War Z movie wherein the zombies are turned into a strange combination of lemming and ocean wave, and a Battlestar Galactica movie about young Bill Adama that’s been sidelined for about 2 straight years for movies like “Gatornado” and “Ice Spiders.” But it’s not all skepticism and sideways glances: A spoilery discussion of the latest Walking Dead episode, and why it not only got the thumbs up from Dave, it might have saved the show for him entirely. All that, and Disney continues it’s march towards total childhood domination. Special guest appearance by Cobra Commander.

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Robinson Crusoe November 6, 2012 at 6:42 pm

I will miss you guys terribly, but I understand good things have to come to an end. Take care in whatever adventures you get into, and know that I will bee there to support you any way I can. Thank you for all the laughs.


Deemah November 6, 2012 at 8:26 pm

Red VS Blue was never on Machinama, it is machinama though. Red VS Blue has and will always be a Rooster Teeth production property. Also machinama is also defined as a medium where they take video game gameplay and use it to create storie. The Machinama network mainly has stuff where people use video games to create series and Machinama has made live action series like that Felicia Day Dragon Age series and the Halo: Forward Unto Dawn.


Bobby November 7, 2012 at 1:57 pm

I knew I was confusing it as I was saying it, but I didn’t know how NOT to confuse it further by trying to unconfuse it.

Thank you.


Christopher Walsh November 8, 2012 at 4:39 pm

I went to the INCEPTION loud show — whoa (ear plugs helped!) — and visited with David. He gave me advice on how to be careful with my money at San Diego Comic Con 2010 the next week. I cracked “It’s OK, I’ll just spend it all on hookers.” I ACTUALLY HAD THAT CHANCE, because at one of the nearby hotel bars one night I passed by a cute woman at the bar, smiled at her in passing, then saw a guy standing nearby eagerly who said “Hey, you see that girl?” I said “I see *a* girl,” and walked to the other side of the room while the guy said “Ah, come on…” Heh. Changing subjects!

One time product placement helped in a surprising way was MINORITY REPORT; the filmmakers wanted the production design to be overwhelmed by ads, and got the companies to pay for the privilege of their products to be used — saving the studio a fair amount of money — even though the product placement isn’t all that flattering.


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