209 episodes

2008! A brave group of Jedi led by DAVE FILONI brought tales of the Jedi, clone armies, and Mandalorians to the CARTOON NETWORK! This is the "CLASSIEST" podcast in the galaxy! Welcome to JAIG EYES and JEDI!

Jaig Eyes And Jedi Two True Freaks!

    • TV & Film
    • 5.0, 11 Ratings

2008! A brave group of Jedi led by DAVE FILONI brought tales of the Jedi, clone armies, and Mandalorians to the CARTOON NETWORK! This is the "CLASSIEST" podcast in the galaxy! Welcome to JAIG EYES and JEDI!

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
11 Ratings

11 Ratings

TheRealBillMeeks ,

Hope rocks!

Always love Hope talking about her fandoms.

PK421 aka Paul Kelley ,

Great Entertainment

I found out about Two True Freaks in March through a friend of one of their podcasters and that is where I found this show hosted by Chris and Hope. As great as the Clone Wars series is, this show makes it even more fun to watch. The tangents are great. You never know what they might start talking about. Yoda Wise sayings (in bed) are a riot (listen to the podcast to find out more lol). Also they are very good at acknowledging comments on their posts on the Two True Freaks facebook page. You may not hear it immediately because their posts might be from a recording 2 or 3 weeks ago but you will eventually hear it. Look forward to future episodes.

ObiQuiYett ,

"Classy" Nostalgia

As the fabulous Chris Honeywell would say, "I really like it!"

These awesome fans sat down after the reinvigoration of the Star Wars movie franchise with The Force Awakens and had the same thought I did, "I want more Star Wars."

Hence, why we come back to the television wonder that was the Clone Wars. Hope and Chris sit down with a weekly podcast going episode by episode of the Clone Wars in a fan environment that makes you feel like you're sitting with close friends. *Very* close friends, because they earn that classy NSFW badge, but they'll have you laughing out tears the whole time while doing it.

Chris Honeywell brings his wealth of knowledge from his time serving faithfully as a general Sci Fi nerd, and Hope Mullinax brings in the much needed perspective of someone whose fandom was shaped by the "new" Star Wars. In addition, as someone who has spent his Star Wars nerd-dom learning the ins and outs of Jedi lore, the attention to the lesser explored realm of Clone fandom is absolutely refreshing (and educational) to me.

So, if you're looking to go through the Clone Wars series again while waiting for the next episode of Rebels or the next Star Wars movie, and you want to learn and laugh while doing it, this is definitely the place to go.

Top Podcasts In TV & Film

Listeners Also Subscribed To