Podcast by Abby and Maddie Howard
Episode 30-- Iron Chef Japan (Thanksgiving Special)
The sisters are back again after a long absence to discuss a show that isn't necessarily lost to time, but they had been watching a lot of it, and it was pretty on theme for Thanksgiving if you think about it. Everyone love and fears that classic Thanksgiving tradition of unveiling what this year's special ingredient will be, then competing between your family members to see who will be crowned Iron Chef.
Episode 29-- The Adventures Of Timmy The Tooth
On this episode, the sisters take a trip back to a promo VHS they found stashed in their video cabinet. Who knows where it came from, or why. But it taught us the importance of.... brushing our teeth? Well it never really mentioned that but it was implied.
Episode 28-- The Gift Of Winter
The sisters attempt to get into the holiday spirit by watching The Gift Of Winter, an animated short from 1974 starring Dan Aykroyd and Gilda Radner. It's okay, but the sisters agree it really should have had a much clearer how-to on effective methods for deposing tyrants.
Episode 27-- Are You Afraid Of The Dark
The sisters are mixing it up yet again this week with a very special episode, an episode Abby has been training for all her life, an episode in which they discuss aspects of the 1990-2000 kid's horror show Are You Afraid Of The Dark. Settle in and feel spoooky for this, our Halloween special!
RETRACTION- At one point I say there were no AYAOTD books and I was very wrong, there is a book series and I need to own all of them.
Episode 26-- Animorphs (CROSSOVER SPECIAL with The Morph Club)
Joining the sisters this week are Carey Pietsch and Megan Brennan of The Morph Club podcast in a heartfelt discussion of the television/book series Animorphs. They are all very excited about animals and the ability to morph into them, but boy, does that not make the show much easier to watch.
Episode 25-- Mystic Knights Of Tir Na Nog
This week, the sisters struggle to find anything they enjoyed about watching Mystic Knights Of Tir Na Nog, a show from 1998 which was the result of someone saying "hey wait a minute, we can make Power Rangers ourSELVES!" and made this, the Irish Power Rangers. Which sounds like it would be fun, but was not.
I miss these two
One of my favorite podcasts. I really wish they were still making it.
Generally uninformed on pretty much every topic they talk.
Super boring, they seem to try really hard to talk about subjects they only half researcher and know about. 😔
Five chocolate balls filled with smoke out of five chocolate balls filled with smoke.