45 episodes

Comedian Justin Hamilton and his friends dive deep into the art and entertainment that they're inspired by. Season 1 covered the Watchmen HBO series and graphic novel. Season 2 broke down every song on David Bowie's final album. Season 3 broadens the horizon so Hammo and his friends can cover all the aspects of pop culture they're currently in love with.
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Comedian Justin Hamilton and his friends dive deep into the art and entertainment that they're inspired by. Season 1 covered the Watchmen HBO series and graphic novel. Season 2 broke down every song on David Bowie's final album. Season 3 broadens the horizon so Hammo and his friends can cover all the aspects of pop culture they're currently in love with.
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    Cal Wilson and Dave Thornton

    Cal Wilson and Dave Thornton

    Hammo is joined by two of his close comedy friends for this episode. Cal Wilson returns with her segment My Prideful Shame and Dave Thornton drops by to discuss the end of the NBA season and the ramifications of the Bubble.
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    • 1 hr 46 min
    Inception and Rachael Millanta's Spin Off

    Inception and Rachael Millanta's Spin Off

    Hammo is joined by two guests this week with comedian Rachal Millanta checking in from Canada with her new segment Spin Off, and Ben Ellwood returns to help dissect Christopher Nolan's Inception.
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    • 2 hrs 3 min
    Big Squid Live!

    Big Squid Live!

    Recorded live at Giant Dwarf in Surry Hills, Hammo brings his podcast to the stage in front of a live audience with a wide range of guests including author and ABC Conversations host Richard Fidler discussing his new book, The Golden Maze. Georgia Mooney sings one of her favourite Joni Mitchell songs. Bec De Unamuno discusses her impro career and then Bec Melrose joins her for a game onstage. Ben Ellwood discusses his love of Cats and Cal Wilson's cousin Adele beams in from Melbourne. All this and everyone makes fun of Hammo for loving Christopher Nolan just a bit too much.
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    • 1 hr 17 min
    Josh Earl, Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips' Pulp Review

    Josh Earl, Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips' Pulp Review

    Comedian and host of the "Don't You Know Who I Am?" podcast Josh Earl joins Hammo to chat music and share a track entitled, "The Wedding Song". Hammo also finds time to review Ed Brubaker and Sean Phillips' latest graphic novel, "Pulp" and continue his new love affair with the works of John Cheever, specifically "The Enormous Radio".
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    • 1 hr 10 min
    The Dark Knight, Ben Ellwood and Rachael Millanta

    The Dark Knight, Ben Ellwood and Rachael Millanta

    Ben Ellwood returns to continue the Christopher Nolan re-watch with their thoughts on The Dark Knight. Rachael Millanta checks in from Canada with her segment Spin Off. Hammo also shares his thoughts on Watchmen winning 11 Emmy Awards and the end to season 2 of Trace: The Informer.
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    • 2 hrs 25 min
    Singer/songwriter Georgia Mooney and The Notebook Trilogy

    Singer/songwriter Georgia Mooney and The Notebook Trilogy

    Hammo is joined by Georgia Mooney, the singer/songwriter known for her work with the band All Our Exes Live in Texas and her own solo productions. Georgia not only discusses her craft but shares a song from the band and reveals what happened when she was diagnosed with Covid earlier in the year. Hammo also reviews Agota Kristof's The Notebook Trilogy, a book he picked up on a whim and read in a few days.
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    • 58 min

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