The Old Switcheroo

12 Jan

The Murder PlagueI’m quite excited to continue our current Harm Carter three parter, (the opening having been Caretaking, Part 1,) but personal events – events that are best left unspoken of on the internet – have put us into a bit of a tizzy lately, and I feel like the next script needs another solid draft before I turn it loose on people.

Instead, tonight we’re going to be posting the next installment in our companion show, FlashCast, and episode #116 will be released tomorrow.

Expect a round up of our last Blackhall story, the presentation of some fantastic work by Wood of Highland & Wood, some discussion of Christmas on the internet, and quite a bit more.

3 Responses to “The Old Switcheroo”

  1. bmj2k January 12, 2011 at 15:05 #

    The impending release of the next FlashCast inspired (forced) me to finally listen to the last one. Not that I don’t like the show, but I am on it and I am far too critical of myself to listen without cringing. At any rate, a couple of comments on the laast one.
    – Totally agree about Carlos Mencia.
    – “Captain Ron”? The best Kurt Russell film is Escape from LA, bar none.
    -As far as the catchphrase “It’s on like tarragon (or Captain Ron),” I prefer “It’s on like the TV in the rec room at the nursing home!” Because it is always on, and always on the same channel. However, I can see the arguements against it.

    Since I survived the first listenting, I’ll get around to calling in again.

    • JRD Skinner January 12, 2011 at 15:13 #

      Hah – fantastic. This comment is going into the feedback section tonight.

    • JRD Skinner January 12, 2011 at 15:25 #

      Also, definitely looking forward to the follow up comment – if you get it to us by 7pm or so, it’ll go into this next episode.

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