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256. Remembering 20 Years of Smallville
This episode focuses on two distinctly different milestones that occurred in the week this episode is posted. First, Warner Bros. has released the 20th-anniversary edition of Smallville – The Complete Series. Second, this weekend in Chicago marked the final Wizard World Comic-Con.
To pay homage to both events, this episode features a live recording of a panel at Wizard World New Orleans from January 2020 with Smallville stars Tom Welling, Michael Rosenbaum, and John Glover. This interview took place a short time before the initial Covid-19 shutdown.
The beginning of this episode addresses two recent Superman controversies. First, the reveal that Superman’s son Jonathan was bisexual in the comics. The second was the change in Superman’s motto from “Truth, Justice, and the American Way” to “Truth, Justice, and a Better Tomorrow.”
Congratulations to both Smallville and Wizard World on incredible runs, and tremendous legacies.
255. Ted Lasso REVIEW (SPOILERS)
Warning: Do not listen to this episode unless you have seen both seasons of the Apple TV+ show Ted Lasso, or do not mind knowing key plot points.
Ted Lasso just wrapped up its second season on Apple TV+. Joining the show to review both seasons is Ralph Garman, noted voice actor, and host of The Ralph Report on Patreon.
Rather than review the show episode by episode, they discuss the amazing supporting cast, and how the secret to this show's success is not always making Jason Sudeikis' Ted Lasso the center of attention. Character by character, they break down the journey for these characters. Ralph also does an incredible Roy Kent impression.
They also talk about what the show has done to promote the English Premier League, and what that sport works for American audiences, and how easy it is to stream in 2021.
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254. The Many Saints of Newark – A Sopranos Story REVIEW (SPOILERS)
Warning: Do not listen to this episode unless you have seen the 2021 film "The Many Saints of Newark - A Sopranos Story" or do not mind hearing key plot points.
The Many Saints of Newark is a prequel movie to the iconic HBO series. Scott Seidenberg and Matt Cerrone join the show for a roundtable discussion on the story as well as the production. They discuss the ties in continuity to the original series, and their thoughts on this being a potential opening to a Sopranos prequel series.
Like this podcast covered during reviews of Black Panther and Shang-Chi - Legend of the Ten Rings, the show starts with incite from Matt on what the series and the film means to an Italian-American.
253. Warner Bros. Animation Writer/Producer Jim Krieg
Longtime writer and producer Jim Krieg is currently with Warner Bros. Animation. He is currently working on all the latest animated DC Universe films. His career spans decades and in the episode, he discussed all the different animated properties he worked on.
He started his career writing the series finale of the classic X-Men animated series, and the final season of the classic 90's Spider-Man animated series.
Krieg worked on Justice League Action, Green Lantern, and countless others.
He recently worked on the new DC animated film Injustice and the recent releases Batman: Gotham by Gaslight and Reign of the Supermen.
252. Voice Actor Fred Tatasciore
Longtime voice actor Fred Tatasciore has played more roles than we can name. In the genre of this podcast, he has been the Hulk in various animated forms. He has also been involved in three recently released DC/WB productions. He was Solomon Grundy in "Batman: The Long Halloween," Shao Kahn in "Mortal Kombat Legends: Battle of the Realms," and as Captain Atom in the soon-to-be-released "Injustice." He's been in many Star Wars projects, Young Justice, the reboot of the Animaniacs, Looney Tunes, and so much more.
In the episode, he talks about many of his roles, and how he feels about the voiceover industry. He also showcased his incredible vocal range, and how he approaches any role.
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251. Supergirl Star/Writer Azie Tesfai
"Supergirl" is in its 6th and final season on the CW. Since Season 4, Azie Tesfai has played James Olsen's sister Kelly Olsen. Her character's arc includes a relationship with Supergirl's sister Alex Danvers and her new quest as the superhero vigilante Guardian. Tesfai makes her debut as Guardian in the 12th episode of season 6, an episode which Tesfai herself co-wrote. Doing this made Arrowverse history as the first actor in any Greg Berlanti-produced series to pen an episode on any of his shows.
Desfai is the first Eritrean/Ethiopian actress to play a superhero EVER. Azie added some personal touches to the episode, including her character exiting an Ethiopian restaurant with her mother's name in the opening scene of the episode, an homage to her Ethiopian mother, who had life-long dreams of opening her own Ethiopian restaurant. Azie was also very involved in every element of creating her costume for the Guardian—making sure to utilize the gold of her Eritrean roots.
Tesfai is best known for playing homicide detective Nadine Hansan in the critically acclaimed, Golden Globe-nominated series "Jane The Virgin," which ran for five successful seasons on the CW.
Tesfai is also the founder and CEO of Fortuned Culture, an accessories line that was launched with TOMS Shoes Marketplace and sold in Bloomingdales. 100% of proceeds from each piece benefit charities in Ethiopia, Mexico, and Cambodia. Each piece symbolizes the human needs that people desire: health, love, faith, wisdom, balance, and more and with each purchase, these needs are fulfilled for someone less fortunate.
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The episodes are great. They cover different topics each week so there’s a nice variety. Please lower the volume of your outro music. I’m tired of having to scramble for my volume controls at the end of every episode so my ears don’t explode.