On Wednesday, December 11th at 9 pm EST, the Star Chamber Show episode #3 will feature ESO’s own Bobby Nash! An award-winning writer of novels, graphic novels, comics, short stories, and more, Bobby is also co-host of the Earth Station One podcast and is frequently a TV and Movie actor and extra, including shows such as Fox’s The Following.
Joining Bobby will be book blogger Alexx Momcat of Alexx Momcat’s Gateway Book Blog! Another great adventure in the Star Chamber Show awaits! Wednesday, 9pm EST!
Learn more about The Star Chamber Show episode 3 here.
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Mike, Mike, Jen, and The Phantom Troublemaker continue to celebrate the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who by traveling back to where it all began! And thanks to writer/producer Mark Gatiss, we don’t need a TARDIS to do it. The ESW crew reviews the docudrama that re-enacts the birth of a phenomenon. Plus, we Rant & Rave about other news and events in the DWU.
By Rachel Stewart / notprolificnotprofound
This blog contains spoilers. Proceed with caution, sweeties!
- As a River Song fan, may of us were going in looking for any hints that she may come back. While the plot focused on the Doctor’s struggle to destroy Gallifrey and the Daleks — as well as his decision to change his mind — there were small touches that made many River fans happy.
- When surrounded in the forest, the 10th and 11th Doctors point their sonic screwdrivers like weapons. The War Doctor asks if they’re planning to build a cabinet, a joke River Song threw at Eleven when they were fighting the Silence in Day of the Moon.
- Eleven takes to defacing part of the Tower of London to leave a clue to their location, much like River defacing a cliff face in The Pandorica Opens.
- As people pass through the Black Archive, there’s a quick shot of River’s red heels from Time of Angels. [Dangerous weapons, indeed!]
- When Ten asks Eleven how he could forget the staggering amount of casualties in the Time War, Eleven utters “spoilers” instead of answering the question.
- The War Doctor ponders if there are many more marriages in his future. Eleven confirms this — although his marriage to River wasn’t a ruse to prove she was an alien life form. [Well done, Ten!]
- When Eleven meets the Curator, River Song’s wedding theme is played. This musical cue was also used when Eleven spoke to River Song’s data ghost at Trenzalore.
All these moments reinforce my theory that she may be back at Christmas for Eleven’s regeneration. The Silence played a huge role in her life–from her separation from her parents to her backwards timeline with the Doctor–and her connection to Clara in The Name of the Doctor has still not been explained. We’ve got a little under a month to see how this will play out and if she’ll meet the newest Doctor. Now, what number he’s supposed to be–12, 13, 14?–is a completely different matter altogether.
Rachel Stewart has been obsessed about all things pop culture from an early age, but countsDoctor Who and Jem and the Holograms among her main obsessions. She blogs about her cosplay adventures at conventions, weekly geek-inspired outfits and whatever else takes her fancy at her blog notprolificnotprofound.
It’s time to be bold. ESO steps into the arena to cover the 75th Hunger Games! The station crew takes a look at The Hunger Games phenomenon from the novels to the movies and beyond. We’ll also review the newly released Hunger Games: Catching Fire motion picture. Plus, we’ll deliver the usual assortment of Rants and Raves, the Khan Report, The Geek Seat, Shout Outs, and more. Join us for another thrilling episode of the Earth Station One podcast.
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We’ve got a special treat for you this week, we bring you a quasi-live show recorded shortly before the Grimm Gear Gala was held. Featuring special guests Fable Cry, we talk about Fables, Storybook Tales, and the pop culture impact they’ve had. In addition, we’re reminded of CD’s violent tendencies, Q in his native frantic habitat, and John dropping in at the end for some final thoughts and our Achievement Unlocked. We’ve even added a special live recording from Fable Cry at the Gala as well as an interview with famed Frenchy and the Punk for our Clockwork Quarter Hour!
Lights…Camera…Action! The ESO satellite reeks of testosterone this week as we rave about our favorite action heroes on the big and small screen. The award-winning author Bobby Nash takes control of the station and leads the elite fighting force of Mike, Mike, Dan Carroll, and Thomas Deja through shootouts, fists of fury, daredevil car chases, and explosions galore to find out which heroes are left standing and which are expendable. And if that wasn’t enough to make our guest Thomas sweat, we also strap the writer in The Geek Seat. Plus, Michael Day beams aboard to promote the upcoming Farragut Fest in the Khan Report. All this along with the usual Rants, Raves, and Shout Outs!
Join us for yet another episode of The Earth Station One Podcast we like to call: Action Figures: Our Favorite Action Heroes
Watcha gonna do brutha, when the ESO crew runs wild on you? Oooooh yeeeah! Mike, Mike, the award-winning author Bobby Nash, Joe Crowe, and Nick Ahlhelm step back in the squared circle to witness the birth of the superstars of wrestling. While we’re on the subject of giants, we also shoot with the president of the Atlanta Science Fiction Society, Michael Liebman, before we turn heel and strap him in The Geek Seat. Plus the usual Rants, raves, Khan Report, and Shout Outs! Ooooooooooooohhh, what a rush!!!
Join us for yet another episode of The Earth Station One Podcast we like to call: Hulkamania Running Wild!