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Yes Mother: Bates Motel S5E7 “Inseparable” Recap

We recap this week and try to come up with scenarios that possibly could be where the show goes from here. We came up with a few good ones, but we know we are wrong, cause this show has made it abundantly clear that it is smarter than us. But Emily is crossing her fingers for Grandpa Romero anyway.
In the actual show, Dylan came to visit, Madeline is hunting for lost husbands (three words Maddie: shower curtain burrito), and Norma was buried like Snow White and Head Norma got stabby and Norman got confessy. Oh and Dylan got Gilesed. In other words, it was a great time.

IdjitCast Season Five Episode Eighteen “Point of No Return”

Dean is on the edge of saying “Yes” to Michael, but the rest of our team pull him back. Then they find that he angels have brought back the Winchester’s half-brother Adam, as bait to lure Dean into saying yes. Can they work out a way to get Zachariah off their tails for good?

It’s time for us to discuss “Point of No Return” If you listen, then you could hear:

Someone-else-kill

Pick your poison, booze or Haagen-dazs?

Necessary 80’s sitcom joke.

What can you mail?

Remember when school bears were a thing?

…and you know who “they” are…

Wait, didn’t they say that before?

Wait, didn’t they say that before?

My name’s Zachariah and I’m into internal injuries.

Tossed around by an invisible horse?

Crown and cheeseburger have to be seen… another Ramjack tangent.

Dean was dead dead.

That’s “The Hammer of God,” actually.

Or, that movie.

Tribulations, isn’t that a thing?

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Yes Mother: Bates Motel S5E7 “Inseparable” Feedback

It’s feedback time! The action at the hotel this week slowed down a little, but don’t get too comfortable, the yellow crime scene tape should be pretty easy to dodge. The B & B heard a lot of commotion in the main room and kitchen, but that didn’t wreck game night in the least.   You may have noticed a familiar face this week you haven’t seen for some time- Dylan is back!  His towels are a little softer and fluffier than Chicks, but they lacked his signature spring of thyme folded into it.  We know Norma’s were the best, but she is still missing, we are sure Norman is right- she is just “at the store”.  Hang in there, and once again- sorry for Norman’s towels, we know they come back still damp and dirty.  He keeps insisting they have been cleaned.  We are at a loss.

Thanks for writing in everyone and for your very insightful and funny feedback that provides us with so many talking points and new ponderings.

 

Resting after a job well done. #springbreak2017 #Simone #naughty

IdjitCast Season Five Episode Seventeen “99 Problems”

The town of Blue Earth, Minnesota is now a town of all hunters, and Sam & Dean are lucky enough to be rescued by the townspeople from a fairly tight spot. The townspeople have been instructed how to use a special Enochian exorcism, and are being directed to their targets by the minister’s daughter, who speaks with the angels. As the targets she points them to become more personal, it becomes clear that at least she is not speaking to angels, and may indeed be working a plan far darker.

It’s time for us to discuss “99 Problems” We will talk and you could hear us speak of:

Choosing Smurfier language for the episode.

Different religions have different definitions of the Smurf

The eschatology of “The Smurfs.”

“Don’t have that beer, kids. You’ll get dragged under a car and killed.”

Watch “Hot Fuzz,” you know, for the greater good.

We didn’t have to say Smurf too much, but then Dean did it enough for everyone.

Okay, “Smurfberry Crunch” takes on a whole different… yeah.

Further reseach shows that it must have been a different wedding Bridget Fonda was attending, as she didn’t marry Danny Elfman until about 10 years after that summer.

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Yes Mother: Bates Motel S5E6 “Marion” Recap

Join us on this episode as we recap this game-changer. This week, Marion Crane checked in, Norman offered stationary and a sandwich, and then she took a shower. I’ll stop there and just quote my favorite tweet of Monday night, by @GeneHarl0w:

“Dear Feminist Version of Psycho. I didn’t know I needed you. But thank you. Turns out I’m aggressively into it.”

I think that about sums it up. Only four left guests!

Yes Mother: Bates Motel S5E6 “Marion”

This week, Bates Motel when full Psycho! Haha– just kidding cause man I’m getting sick of reading reviews that say that, because they’ve been saying it since the end of season 2. So can we put a moratorium on saying that finally? Anyways– this was a pretty cool episode and in this podcast we read your feedback.

IdjitCast Season Five Episode Sixteen “Dark Side of the Moon”

The Winchesters were dead, to begin with. Again. They are making their way across Heaven, trying to avoid Zachariah and seek out Joshua. Along the way they encounter some of each of their best memories, along with actually encountering some of their late friends.

It’s time for us to discuss “Dark Side of the Moon!” Listen along and you may hear talk of:

Cheery talk of the coming apocalypse.

Attempted segue, but more apocalypse.

South Korea is not our aggressor, we slipped.

Missy the dog leads us to the Simpsons, but then, anything can lead us there, can’t it?

Disney brothers kill Winchester brothers.

Roman Candles lead us to Katy Perry, but then, that’s not so much a stretch either.

Who would you grope at 13, and where would you grope them? Yeah, it doesn’t seem any less creepy on these notes, either.

“Mullet Guy”

Theory bomb.

I do rude.

You can’t see the jazz hands.

Zachariah in a nightdress.

What’s the odds of Tom Hanks being in an episode of Supernatural

Maybe some other gods in this season, says Yvette.

John and Annie say…

Just don’t go to Detroit.

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Yes Mother: Bates Motel S5E5 “Dreams Die First”

Interesting episode, missing 3 of it’s major players. But can Freddie Highmore carry an episode that lacks 3 of his most dynamic costars? YOU BET HE CAN! And he can do it in a wig and lacy things (even though we sadly have to rely on our imaginations for that- but our imaginations are vast). We are holding out hope we get a flashback! Hope? Nay. DEMAND.
Freddie has some help with the episode though, as this week we get to dig into a pivotal plot from the movie by meeting the long elusive Marion Crane. Join Em and Sue as we discuss this unconventional episode, read your feedback, and manage to spoil: Reservoir Dogs, The Walking Dead and Fight Club (Matt helps us with that one). Good times!

IdjitCast Newbentary for “Dark Side of the Moon”

This week, our core crew watch “The Dark Side of the Moon,” and record our live reactions for you to hear.

So grab a playable copy of the episode, and listen for the countdown so you can watch along!

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Yes Mother: Bates Motel S5E4 “Hidden”

Bates Motel — “Hidden” — Cate Cameron/A&E Networks LLC — © 2016 A&E Networks, LLC. All Rights Reserved

We managed to fit it all into one episode this week (although you’d never know it given the time it took us to record yesterday). But that’s our business.
This episode felt very much like we are on the precipice of mayhem, shenanigans and stabby stabby good times had by all, and we couldn’t be more excited. We have a few things to say to the writer or this ep though (the dialogue could have used a little tweaking) and that’s the worst thing we have had to say about the show in quite a while (and it’s really not that bad) still a great way to spend an hour.
I really shouldn’t write these late at night. Love you guys! Thanks for listening every week, we have the best hotel guests in podcast land.

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