Hello again, and welcome to another episode of Social Sci-Fi.
Before we get started, I would like to apologize for how late this episode is coming to you and assure you that it was recorded before official quarantine began. It has been a rough couple of months. While I would rather be quarantined in the Gee Cave consuming media and creating content, I have still had to go to work.
It's been rough on my mental health and as much as I love editing this podcastn I couldn't do it. When you have four tracks that are about two hours and ten minutes long, that's a lot of pushing through depression to get finished. This feels like a HUGE accomplishment and I hope you enjoy it. There is a little lighthearted joking about what we thought was only going to be a few weeks of quarantine. We were taking it seriously, I deep cleaned and disinfected my house before having everyone over even though we were pretty certain we had not been exposed. There were a lot of things we didn't know at the time, and had we known more it would have been discussed in a more serious tone.
Besides working and fighting an exhausting battle with anxiety and depression, I have been making masks because it I needed some for myself to feel safe leaving the house and wanted to make sure friends, family, and a few neighbors had them too. I am still making masks with my limited time because I need to feel like I am doing something to help, but I am trying to get back into doing the things I love because it is good for my mental health.
Take a short break from the stress and have a listen. If you haven't already listened to part one check it out here first. You're about to listen to part two of a special two part episode. We watched and discussed the second three episodes of the Amazon Original miniseries Good Omens. We also discussed the book it was based on, Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnes Nutter, Witch. Written by Neil Gaiman & Terry Pratchett and published in 1990.
Thanks for joining us, plug in your headphones and enjoy. Don't forget to check out the links for our guests and for other things mentioned in the episode.
0:01 – 0:21 “Postcards” by Scott Holmes 0:20 – 2:27 – Introductions, intro to subject 2:28 - 9:09 - Book vs. Series 9:10 - 22:34 - Episode 4 Discussion 22:35 - 55:55 - Episode 5 Discussion 55:56 - 1:28:35 - Episode 6 Discussion 1:28:36 - 1:33:11 - Wrap up, where to find guests 1:33:12 – 1:34:35 “Epic Cinematic” by Scott Holmes 1:33:30 – 1:34:34 Outro
Links of note!
Featured in this Episode Amazon Original Good Omens (Amazon Affiliate Link) Good Omens: The Nice and Accurate Prophecies of Agnus Nutter, Witch (Amazon Affiliate Link) The Quite Nice and Fairly Accurate Good Omens Script Book (Amazon Affiliate Link) The Nice and Accurate Good Omens TV Companion (Amazon Affiliate Link) Article and touching video tribute to Terry Pratchett Article from Variety.com about the petition. Kahahuna Etsy Shop Where to find the guests online! Beckie Twitter InConJunction Circle of Janus Science Fiction and Fantasy Fan Club Rachel Twitter The Five(ish) Fangirls Podcast Xan Twitter Patreon Online Store Where to find Lizz online! Twitter Music featured on this Episode Opening track: “Postcards” by Scott Holmes Closing track: “Epic Cinematic” by Scott Holmes All tracks off of Scott Holmes’ “Documentary & TV Series”, used under non-commercial/attribution license through the Free Music Archive (LINK). Where to find the Podcast online! This blog! Google Music Please subscribe! Stitcher Radio Please subscribe, rate, and review! Apple Podcasts Please subscribe, rate, and review! Spotify Where to find Social Sci-Fi online! Email Twitter Facebook Instagram Support the Podcast’s Host Support Geeking in Indiana Affiliate Links Indiana Geeking Patreon Buy me a Raktajino! (If you buy a coffee for Social Sci-Fi, please leave a note so I can put the money in