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When your favorite shows end, we’re just getting started. LIVE interactive podcasts take place on Youtube, right after the episode ends of shows like THE WALKING DEAD, GAME OF THRONES & More. Post Show Recaps features Rob Cesternino from Rob Has a Podcast and Josh Wigler

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    • 4.7 • 629 Ratings

When your favorite shows end, we’re just getting started. LIVE interactive podcasts take place on Youtube, right after the episode ends of shows like THE WALKING DEAD, GAME OF THRONES & More. Post Show Recaps features Rob Cesternino from Rob Has a Podcast and Josh Wigler

    AANG IN THERE: Book 2 Episode 2 “The Cave of Two Lovers”

    AANG IN THERE: Book 2 Episode 2 “The Cave of Two Lovers”

    AANG IN THERE: Book 2 Episode 2 “The Cave of Two Lovers”

    Zak Mohamed (@Zakmohamed32) and Jacob Redmon (@jkredmon) escape a labyrinth with the power of love as they recap Book 2 Episode 2 of Avatar: The Last Airbender! They compare this hippie crooner Chong to Bob Dylan, and question whether the team truly needed the power of love to escape this cave, plus so much more!

    Afterwards, Zak and Jacob tackle listener feedback, rank the episode, and sort Winnie the Pooh, Eeyore, Piglet and Tigger into bending classes.

    Next week, Zak and Jacob will sort the 4 best members of team Iron Man(the man of Iron himself, Black Panther, Black Widow, and Spider Man) into bending classes.

    About Aang in There …

    Aang in There is a spoiler-filled rewatch of Avatar: The Last Airbender. Every week, Zak and Jacob break down an episode of ATLA with the benefit of knowing the whole universe of Avatar. We also include the following segments:



    * Episode Recap – Zak and Jacob start by giving an in-depth breakdown of all the plot points and minor details from the episode.

    * Feedback – Zak and Jacob go through listener feedback and answer the questions or comments written into their official email: avatar@postshowrecaps.com

    * Episode Rankings – Zak and Jacob will create an official Aang in There ranking of every episode of ATLA, by rating them all on a scale from 0-4. Zak and Jacob will give their own scores, plus the listeners’ scores will be averaged and added as the third point. Then, the three scores will be combined to create the official podcast score for each episode!

    * Battle of the Battles – Zak and Jacob will rank the Battles similar to the episode rankings. Each battle will be ranked from 0-4 and Zak, Jacob, and the listener’s scores will be averaged together to get the official Battle Rankings.



    Schedule for next week: 

    Book 2 Episode 3: Return of Omashu. Podcast Drops 1/27. Feedback due 1/24.

    The Episode Rankings For Season 2:

    1.       The Avatar State – 3.66.

    2.    The Cave of Two Lovers — 3.54

    Battle of the Battle Rankings for Season 2:

    General Feng attacks Aang (Book 2, Episode 1): 3.1

    Azula fights Zuko (Book 2, Episode 1): 3.5

    AANGing on for more Avatar coverage?

    AANG IN THERE: Book 2 Episode 1 “The Avatar State”

    AANG IN THERE: The Last Airbender Movie

    AANG IN THERE: Avatar The Last Airbender Book 1 Recap

    • 1 hr 36 min
    WandaVision: Season 1 Episode 1 + 2 Recap | Everything is Super

    WandaVision: Season 1 Episode 1 + 2 Recap | Everything is Super

    WandaVision: Season 1 Episode 1 + 2 Recap | Everything is Super

    Everything is Super? More like Everything is Wandaful! Josh Wigler (@roundhoward) and Kevin Mahadeo (@KevMahadeo) return to the Marvel Cinematic Universe with the franchise’s first Disney+ offering, “WandaVision.” And they’re not alone: LaTonya Starks (@lkstarks) is coming along for the ride.

    This week: Josh, Kevin and LaTonya cover the first and second episodes of “WandaVision,” which not only contains several Marvel Easter eggs, but plenty of callbacks to sitcoms throughout history. What’s up with the Beekeeper? So creepy! That question and more, all in this week’s show.

    Next week: “WandaVision” episode three! Josh, Kevin and LaTonya will be here every Monday recapping the series, so make sure to follow along.

    About the Podcast 

    Everything is Super is the destination for all things superheroic and otherwise comic book related here on Post Show Recaps. Hosted by Josh Wigler and Kevin Mahadeo, and featuring occasional special guest stars (such as “WandaVision” co-anchor LaTonya Starks), Everything is Super aims to dive deep into the superhero film and television space week in and week out. Topics covered include the Marvel Cinematic Universe, Sony’s Spider-Man films, DC Comics, with much more still to come.

    For feedback, reach us at super@postshowrecaps.com.



    For even more conversation, join the Post Show Recaps Patreon program at the Discord level, where you can talk to the hosts directly: postshowrecaps.com/patreon.

    Fill your day with more Super podcasts: 

    WandaVision Preview | Everything is Super

    Wonder Woman 1984 | Everything is Super

    Wonder Woman | Everything is Super

    • 1 hr 5 min
    The Stand | Episode 5: “Fear and Loathing in New Vegas”

    The Stand | Episode 5: “Fear and Loathing in New Vegas”

    The Stand | Episode 5: “Fear and Loathing in New Vegas”

    What happened in New Vegas isn’t staying in New Vegas as Jessica Liese (@HaymakerHattie) and Rob Cesternino (@robcesternino) continue their journey through “The Stand,” now airing on CBS All Access. They are joined this week by “Survivor: Edge of Extinction”‘s Rick Devens (@Rick_Devens), a lifelong Stephen King fan who’s bringing some very fresh takes to the table. It’s a veritable elevator of analysis as they break down the ups and downs of episode 5, including the best way to use surveillance cameras without the benefit of wi-fi, why it’s important to sort your fun into tiers when you’re building a hedonistic pleasure city, and how Dayna’s confrontation with Randall Flagg compares with its counterpart in the 1994 ABC miniseries, among many other things.

    Do you Stan our Stand coverage? Catch up on more: 

    The Stand | Series Premiere Review

    The Stand | Episode 2: “Pocket Savior”

    The Stand | Episode 3: “Blank Page”

    The Stand | Episode 4: “The House of the Dead”

    • 1 hr 32 min
    Final Fantasy VII, Recap Part 2 | Keep Kalm and Go To Junon

    Final Fantasy VII, Recap Part 2 | Keep Kalm and Go To Junon

    Final Fantasy VII, Recap Part 2 | Keep Kalm and Go To Junon

    Josh Wigler (@roundhoward) and his “Mole Patrol” co-host Brooklyn Zed (@hardrockhope), aka Zed XIII, get together to talk about the seminal video game “Final Fantasy VII.” There’s just one catch: Josh has played “Final Fantasy VII” dozens of times; this is Zed’s first trip to Midgar.

    It’s a podcast designed for longtime “Final Fantasy” fans and newcomers alike — in fact, it’s for people who have always wanted to know the story of “Final Fantasy VII,” but have no interest or ability to play the game itself. If that describes you, you’re in luck. As Zed makes their way through their first playthrough of “Final Fantasy VII,” they will be stopping by this very podcast spot with Wigler to talk through the storyline, the game mechanics, and much more as tremendous shenanigans ensue.

    For the uninitiated: “Final Fantasy VII” was a groundbreaking 1997 Japanese role-playing game that defined the video game medium, let alone the RPG genre and the “Final Fantasy” franchise writ large. It centers on Cloud Strife, a sword-wielding mercenary with a troubled past, as he joins up with members of a resistance group called AVALANCHE set on toppling a nefarious power-hungry corporation called Shinra. Many friends and enemies are made in the process, as Cloud and his allies uncover the truth about Shinra’s intentions and even more chilling details about old magic permeating the planet.



    In this week’s podcast, Josh and Zed explore the world map. Now that they are free from Midgar, Zed is learning all about Cloud and his bitter rivalry with Sephiroth, a former member of SOLDIER who has become a deadly crusader in his own right. Cloud’s travels take him from the small town of Kalm to the large port city of Junon; along the way, he has a chance to make a new friend, protect some condors, and ride on top of a sea creature named Mr. Dolphin. It’s a lot.

    If you want to play along while you listen to the podcast journey, “Final Fantasy VII” is available on various platforms: Nintendo Switch, PS4, Steam and even the original PSX version, assuming you, like Zed, still have an old-school system.





    Of course, there’s also “Final Fantasy VII Remake,” the next gen spin on the classic game which was released in 2020. Wigler and Ken Hoang hosted podcasts about that game; find them here.





    More Final Fantasy this way: 

    Final Fantasy VII | A First Trip to Midgar

    Final Fantasy VII Remake | A Spoiler Discussion

    Final Fantasy VII Remake | First Impressions Through Chapter Eight

    • 1 hr 58 min
    LOST: Down the Hatch | Missing Pieces, Part 1

    LOST: Down the Hatch | Missing Pieces, Part 1

    LOST: Down the Hatch | Missing Pieces, Part 1

    Josh Wigler (@roundhoward) and Mike Bloom (@AMikeBloomType) take a moment to fill in some “Missing Pieces.” The first of a two-part series between seasons three and four, Josh and Mike run down the “Missing Pieces” webisodes, ancillary LOST content that aired in 2007 and 2008. In this podcast, Josh and Mike go through the first seven webisodes and determined which ones are “going to Guam” and which ones should be “killed with fire arrows.” Plus, Mike looked into the LOST: Via Domus video game, so you don’t have to!

    About Down the Hatch … 





    LOST: Down the Hatch is a full-tilt spoiler-filled rewatch of LOST. Every week, Josh and Mike break down an episode of LOST with the benefit of knowing the series’ full trajectory, using the following structure as a guide:

    • We Go “Fourth” – Josh and Mike begin each podcast with a deep-dive into the story both in front of and behind the camera, and they do so with the assistance of eight sound clips from each episode.

    • The Others – Josh and Mike answer questions sent their way by listeners through the official e-mail address: downthehatch@postshowrecaps.com

    • 23 Points – Each week, Josh and Mike hand out points for the best and worst characters of the episode in question, in a foolhardy attempt to determine the most and least valuable players in the LOST pantheon.

    • 4.2 Stars – Josh and Mike rank every episode of LOST, by rating them all on a scale from 0 – 4.2. Josh and Mike offer their individual scores, listeners’ scores will be averaged as a third data point, then the three points combine as the podcast’s official score on each episode.

    Additional reading/listening/viewing from the podcast:





    * Support Post Show Recaps through Patreon

    * The LOST: Down the Hatch Wikipedia Page

    * Josh’s LOST Episode Rankings on The Hollywood Reporter

    * Javier Grillo Marxuach’s Lost Will and Testament

    * Jim Fels music analysis







    Missing Pieces #1 – The Watch

    Writer: Carlton Cuse

    Air Date: 11/7/20007

    Centric: Jack & Christian Shephard



    Missing Pieces #2 – The Adventures of Hurley and Frogurt

    Writer: Edward Kitsis & Adam Horowitz

    Air Date: 11/13/2007

    Centric: Hugo “Hurley” Reyes & Neil “Frogurt”



    Missing Pieces #3 – King of the Castle

    Writer: Brian K. Vaughan

    Air Date: 11/20/2007

    Centric: Jack Shephard & Benjamin Linus



    Missing Pieces #4 – The Deal

    Writer: Elizabeth Sarnoff

    Air Date: 11/26/2007

    Centric: Michael Dawson & Juliet Burke



    Missing Pieces #5 – Operation: Sleeper

    Writer: Brian K. Vaughan

    • 1 hr 37 min
    Star Wars: The Phantom Menace Recap | A Long Time to Go

    Star Wars: The Phantom Menace Recap | A Long Time to Go

    Star Wars: The Phantom Menace Recap | A Long Time to Go

    We have a long time to go in the galaxy far, far away, as Post Show Recaps continues forward with regular “Star Wars” content.

    Hosted by Josh Wigler (@roundhoward) and rotating guests, “A Long Time to Go” treks through the galaxy far, far away over the course of many months, with various corners of the “Star Wars” extended universe highlighted in the process. The podcast will cover one project per month in the form of various different podcasts: ridiculous recaps, sharp analytical debates, and feedback episodes, to name a few of the different shenanigans afoot.

    In this week’s podcast, Rob Cesternino (@robcesternino) joins Wigler for a patently ridiculous ride through “The Phantom Menace.” Listen in frustration as Josh and Rob get so much wrong about this movie that also got so much wrong.

    Coming your way next: more “Phantom Menace,” this time with LaTonya Starks (@lkstarks) and Kevin Mahadeo (@KevMahadeo). Send feedback to starwars@postshowrecaps.com or sign up for the Post Show Recaps patron discord at patreon.com/postshowrecaps.

    Catch up on these recent podcasts from Post Show Recaps: 

    AANG IN THERE: Book 2 Episode 1 “The Avatar State”

    WandaVision Preview | Everything is Super

    Star Trek: Discovery | Season 3 Finale Recap: “That Hope is You, Part 2”

    • 2 hr 33 min

Customer Reviews

4.7 out of 5
629 Ratings

629 Ratings

Susan04071318 ,

The Stand

I am loving your discussion of The Stand. Such a knowledgeable, entertaining podcast. Thank you.

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Less is more

Love you all but I’m good if we never have a philosophy of the stars segment again.

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Takes the entertainment out of entertainment reviews

Often very good but Mando reviews because a 2020 political referendum with hosts trying to divide people. Sharing how a show affected you personally is fantastic. Saying how others MUST view a show attempts to wrong others with different views

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