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IdjitCast Season Two Episode Twelve “Nightshifter”

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This week the guy from the cafe on Eureka is positive the androids are out there. His copy of the security camera footage tells Sam & Dean another thing entirely, there is a shapeshifter at work in Milwaukee. Unfortunate lies and circumstances lead the three of them into a hostage situation at a local bank, with police, the media, and the FBI surrounding them.

This week, Carol joins us as:

Paul was distracted by the devil of Hell’s Kitchen, so no handcrafted summary.

The shifter was Squiggy???

Banker’s spare ladies’ underclothing or network necessity?

Who wants to wear pants?

No really, we have some classic rock cred. Maybe in our other pants, or lack thereof?

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Sue Watches Angel #32 “Belonging” and What We’ve Been Watching

0161a0b64b19879bc66382be6eeae804faf2647de8This week, Em and Sue discuss a few things we’ve been watching, and then move on to the Angel Episode Belonging. This ep marks the first episode of the end of season arc (read: a set up episode). But that doesn’t mean there isn’t some fun to be had, especially if you’ve wondered a little about The Host’s back story. Including his name. LORNE! HIS NAME’S LORNE! Thanks- I’ve been wanting to let that out for a while now…

Yes Mother Podcast: Bates Motel S3E7 “The Last Supper”

Bates-Motel-The-Last-Supper-Season-3-Episode-7-02This week brought us another fantastic episode, after a run of fantastic episodes this season!  This week delivered it all: awesomely quotable Norma lines, Dylemma fans swooned as Dylan and Emma had stars in their eyes (where’s Norman?……Who??). Speaking of that attractive and masculine twit: Norman had some of his creepiest, most fantastic moments to date, and he absolutely does not want to sleep with his mother.  Nope- he’s never even thought of such a thing #mamabooty.  There was also a little something for the Normero shippers (Rates) oh boy- if you weren’t on that ship before, you are now.  By the way- HOW COME NO ONE TOLD ME ABOUT THE ADORABLENESS THAT IS DRUNK ROMERO??  I could have met him before season 3.  So much wasted time.  We are so glad that the series will now just consist of nice, family dinners where everyone gets along and there is nothing but laughter and conversation…0_o #shhhhhh

Oh wait… was this episode called The LAST supper?

Shoot.

I also wonder…why is the whole world not watching this show?

View from the Peaks: Episode 2 – “Zen, or the Skill to Catch a Killer”

What is it with the people of Twin Peaks stuffing their mouths with food? Last episode it was doughnuts, this time it’s bread. Did no one ever teach them basic manners? Finish one bite before taking the next.

Horne-Benjamin But honestly, bad eating habits are the least of the problems. In this episode we find out what “working the perfume counter at Horne’s department store” really means; Bobby tries to pick up some drugs that he already paid for; Agent Cooper shows us it’s not about detective work but the random throwing of rocks that determines a suspect; Audrey dances in the dinner; Laura’s dad fills this weeks quota of loud sobbing;and Agent Cooper goes to bed – and that when things real go off the rails.midgetThere’s a midget, the long haired Abed guy, Dr. Jacoby reciting poetry only he calls himself Mike and refers to long haired guy as Bob, the midget dances, and Agent Cooper wakes up with an idea of who killed Laura.

Quote of the episode: “Harry, meet me for breakfast, 7:00 am, the hotel lobby. I know who killed Laura Palmer. No, it <i>can</i> wait ’til morning.”


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IdjitCast Newb-entary for “Nightshifter”

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This week, John is joined by Carol as Guest Expert. Newbies Paul and Darcy are along as we record a commentary track for the episode “Nightshifter.”

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Sue Watches Angel #32: “Dead End” (and WWBW)

angel_2x18We start out this episode with What We’ve Been Watching, mostly finishing up discussions we had last time- getting into The Jinx and Horns a little more, now that we’ve both seen them (we each watched and discussed one or two other things). Then we discuss the Lindsay-sentric Angel episode “Dead End” Hold on… Lindsay- centric??!!

…crickets…

Well, the important thing is, it’s done. And it really wasn’t that bad.

View from the Peaks: Episode 1 – “Traces to Nowhere”

We rejoin the mystery the next day, with Agent Cooper having breakfast and delivering his famous line. The day is filled with much more investigating and much less crying.

Well, except for the scene where Laura’s mom goes crazy and starts to hallucinate an… Indian? A hobo? Some random guy who looks like Abed from “Community” wearing a long gray wig.

Bob_vs_AbedThe three main suspects are questioned and set free, a waitress is beaten up by her husband, and other random plotting (evil and otherwise) happens.

The episode ends with a surprising twist that made me want to start episode three right away.

Quote of the episode: “This is, excuse me, a damn fine cup of coffee.”


 Twin Peaks: The Complete Series (The Definitive Gold Box Edition)

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