Good evening, Listener. This podcast, should you choose to accept it, will cover the multimedia franchise: Mission Impossible. Our team will breakdown every episode of the 1966 Television show, the 1988 revival, and of course, the blockbuster films. As always, should you or anyone else listening be caught or killed, the Secretary will disavow any knowledge of your actions. This podcast will self-destruct in ten seconds. Good luck, listeners.
Mission: Impossible 2 - Electric Woogaloo (with Hunter, Dogget & Larry)
Back from vacation, Nathan & Aaron are joined by Hunter, Dogget & Larry to talk about the redheaded stepchild of the MI franchise: John Woo’s MISSION: IMPOSSIBLE 2 (2000).
Season 1 Wrap-Up
Nathan & Aaron are back after a long break to give their final thoughts on Season 1, our favorite episodes, and reminisce about our experience in general.
Cruise Control: Top Gun with Dooley & Liam Placek
It's #TopGunDay and Nathan, Dooley & Liam feel the need... the need to express their deep love for Tony Scott. We talk about the wild production, the homoerotic undertones, and our excitement for the sequel. (Previously Released on our Patreon)
Episode 28: The Psychic (with Frank Cavillo)
Nathan & Aaron are joined by their clairvoyant guest, Frank Cavillo to discuss adorably practical gadgets, bad guy glasses, Anthony Hopkin's twitter, and going back to the movies.
Episode 27: The Traitor with Jordan Worth Cobb & Alex Sullivan
Nathan & Aaron are joined again by Alex and Jordan for another purrrfect episode guest-starring Eartha Kitt doing some Ethan Hunt stuff. We also discuss IMF mattresses and the BACU (Ben Affleck Cinematic Universe).
Impossible Interviews: Paul Hirsch (Part 2)
Nathan & Justin Zarian are back with Paul Hirsch (Editor of MI1 & Ghost Protocol). We discuss working with John Hughes, Taylor Hackford, Ang Lee & an in-depth discussion on Joel Schumacher's Falling Down.
Great Binge Companion
Mission Impodible is a very specific review podcast that focuses only on the Mission Impossible franchise.
Did you know that the current movies are in the same continuity as the TV show? Me either.
The intro music fits the show perfectly and sounds different enough from the original to keep from getting sued.
Each episode starts off with some banter before they get into the review.
I love that Nathan and his various cohosts start each review with a discussion of the mission briefing, which the series is known for.
Then they get into the show proper by taking turns talking about what they like and didn't. It's a great blend of jokes and insight, which I always appreciate
The show ends with the host (and guest) rating the show on a 1-5 scale for quality. They also do the same for silliness, which is perfect for a 60s spy show, as movies, tv and technology has changed so much since then.
They also have guests and interview people who’ve worked on some of these movies and shows, whether they be actors, screenwriters etc.
I want to take a second to acknowledge how they structure their seasons. Each one starts with a review of one of the Tom Cruise movies. And each one after that is an episode review or interview. It then ends witha season review.
My biggest complaint is that they haven't started the 3rd season yet and it's been a couple months.
I appreciate the fact that they are not experts of the show when they started. It is awesome. Also, I appreciate the addition of related audio, not necessarily related to the show, to break up the conversation a bit.
If you decide to binge M:I, this would be a good companion podcast to listen to.
Is to enjoy a podcast full of love and joy for their subject matter. Well done guys.