It Unification Day and Mal would like a job to keep himself occupied. It’s fast-thinking times on the train that brings out important parts of the crew’s characters. Listen in to also see a comparison between the pilots “Serenity” and “The Train Job.”
Gorram space cowboys, unlikely band of friends! It's time for Firefly. Let's get this boat up in the air. If you are watching for the first time, we are full of spoilers. Get ready for an original Taylor song at the end of the episode. If this is your first time on Serenity, make sure to start with the episode "Serenity" and not "The Train Job."
For our last jaunt through the TF Archive we bring you one of our most ambitious episodes, the Tiny Fences Musical!
Oh man folks, we're SO excited for you to listen to this week's classic episode!
We're releasing the episode from the Patreon vault for all of you because it's just downright one of our favourite episodes of all time.
There's nothing else to add except, enjoy!
We're doing something a little different for the next few weeks, taking a trip through the Tiny Fences archive.
Come with us as we go back to when Taylor wasn't called Taylor, when they weren't a big fan of Buffy the character, and we did our very first live show for the season one finale, Prophecy Girl.
Avengers assemble! Join us as we take a journey through the Marvel Cinematic Universe.
Also, needless to say, this podcast contains a tremendous amount of spoilers from Iron Man up to and including Avengers: End Game.
The end of Dollhouse has finally arrived! Andrea and Taylor talk about how the show wraps things up, the good and the not so good (spoiler alert, Alpha plot hole) and how things play out for the actives and the rest of the world.
The mole is revealed. Priya and Tony learn to fly. Paul has amazing tolerance to pain, and a happy ending is ruined in seconds. Hit play to hear more about these vague statements and what we thought of this penultimate episode of Dollhouse.
With only two more episodes to go 'Getting Closer' is an episode full of questions, reveals, and a few answers.
Andrea and Taylor start at the end with the big Boyd reveal and then talk their way through the rest of the episode.
We’ve finally reached the attic and the surprises that lurk there for us to uncover. It’s strange and full of information for us to dissect. We also learn what our time in the attic would look like if we were stuck with our worst nightmares… good times!
Mind Whisper. Quite the name for a secret quasi-military operation, but what do you expect from a shady corporation that calls people 'dolls'?
Join Andrea and Taylor as they chat about 'Stop-Loss' including TWO references to other Whedonverse shows.
Alpha loves love, but does he know what love is? What we do know is that love is explosive and this episode is a blast!
In today's episode, Andrea and Taylor talk about Echo's time outside of the Dollhouse with Paul as well as the shakeup that's happening in the L.A. Dollhouse because of her escape.
Here's the episode of The Allusionist that Andrea mentions regarding the origin of the use of John Doe for unknown persons.
Meet-cutes, attractions, couplings, and strange sexual scenes are scattered throughout this episode. There’s sexual tension everywhere for Taylor and Andrea to discuss. With Bennett also comes new mysteries and stories spurring questions and predictions.
Join our discussion and tell us your own thoughts on these pairings or ones you shipped back in 2009!
Trouble is brewing in the political arena for DeWitt's Dollhouse! Senators, rogue Dolls, and new characters! Oh my!
Join Andrea and Taylor as they chat about 'The Public Eye'
Today we take a break from Echo to have a character study with Sierra/Priya, where Dichen Lachman just breaks our hearts with her performance.
Since the subject's so terrible, we try not to dwell too much, but focus on Priya and her journey instead.
In today's episode, we talk about privilege, white, male, rich, and the like, as we talk about Belle Chose.
“Would you like a treatment?”
This time this phrase doesn’t compute with Echo. Andrea and Taylor dissect the themes of this episode, but easily agree the main take away is: don’t mess with a mom. “Should we go now?”
We're back! And a little discombobulated, nothing like trying to get back to normal after Epitaph One, but here we are.
Things are changing in the Dollhouse, and we talk about it all in today's episode.
It’s 2019. The future is now. Andrea and Taylor dive deep into this post-apocalyptic episode and what this might mean for season two. Do you have your name tattooed on your back?
It's hard to believe, but the 'official' season finale is already here!
All of the storylines we've been talking about all season come to a head as Alpha meets Omega...and things don't quite go to plan for him.
“As he walked through the castle, he marvelled at how many lay asleep: the good people, the not-so-good, the young people and the not-so-young, and not one of them stirring. Not one.” (Jane Yolen, Briar Rose). Tune in to hear Taylor and Andrea's thoughts on the princes and the various rescue attempts throughout this very thought provoking episode.
"Would you attend your own funeral?" or better yet "Would you upload your conciousnes to say goodbye to your family after you died?"
Andrea and Taylor chat about these questions and more in today's episode.
We also have a spoiler alert for Schitt's Creek, and a long post-episode tangent about Oscar movies.
"Who has access to the chair?" If Taylor and Andrea worked in a secret organization that had a mole what would they do? Find out here along with their thoughts on the many big surprises of the episode.