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Bubble Pipe Theater
39 minutes | Mar 15, 2012
Episode 15 – Splinter of the Mind’s Eye
In 1978, the first example of an expanded universe Star Wars novel was published by author Alan Dean Foster. Foster had previously written the novelization to Star Wars, and his contract required him to write a book that could serve as a low-budget sequel in the chance the film was not a huge success. He […]
94 minutes | Nov 22, 2011
Episode 9 – The Great Muppet Podcast
To celebrate the release of the new (and awesome, I just got back from seeing it) Muppet movie, Tim, Rob, and Tommy sat down to talk Muppets, Jim Henson, Fraggle Rock, Dark Crystal, Muppet Babies, and everything in between. Rob discusses his article on the legacy Muppet Babies left behind, Tim and Tommy get nostalgic about Emmet Otter's Jug-Band Christmas, and Tommy can't help but sing a song. Celebrate MuppetWeek with Bubble Pipe Theater, see the new Muppet movie, and then see it again!
53 minutes | Nov 10, 2011
Episode 8 – Terry Border of Bent Objects
Terry Border is the mastermind behind the hit website and book series Bent Objects. He joined us on the podcast to talk about his work, the exciting world of photographing ironing boards, his creative process, sculpting chewing tobacco, the joys of being published, and much more. We're super excited we got to chat with Terry, and highly recommend you check out his work and buy all the things he has available.
16 minutes | Oct 31, 2011
Episode 7 – Quickie-Cast: Rob Reviews ‘The Howling’ and ‘The Howling Reborn’
Join Rob Lammle as he reviews the 1981 horror film 'The Howling' as well as the 2011 direct-to-video remake, 'The Howling Reborn.' How do they compare? Have the years been kind to the original, and does the remake do it better? Listen and find out!
54 minutes | Oct 31, 2011
Episode 6 – Halloween 2011
Tim, Rob, and Tommy discuss all things Halloween in the first annual Halloween special. Hear us talk about our favorite scary movies, most memorable costumes of years past, trick or treating, and more.
85 minutes | Oct 6, 2011
Episode 5 – The Netflix Comedy Hour
Episode 5 - Tim, Rob, and Tommy discuss the Netflix Streaming/DVD split, the abandoned Avengers video game footage, the Ghibli PS3 game, some bad and good Batman news, Adventure Time Toys, D&D on Goolgle+ and much more. This episode was secretly assembled from two week's worth of recordings, so it's double the fun!
70 minutes | Sep 16, 2011
Episode 4 – Where’s My Jetpack?
Episode 4 - Rob, Tim, and Tommy discuss the NikeMag Back For the Future benefit auctions (read: pricey sneakers), the Star Wars Blu-rays (again), fictional technology we'd like to see in real life, the Walt Disney Family Museum, arcade nostalgia, Wii hacking, our current obsessions, and more.
53 minutes | Sep 4, 2011
Episode 3 – Alex Deligiannis
Episode 3 - Rob, John, and Tommy are joined by a very special guest, Alex Deligiannis. Alex is a color stylist at Nickelodeon, having worked on The Fairly Odd Parents and the upcoming Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles series, and he created our wonderful sasquatch illustration. Join us as we talk about TMNT, comic books, video games, and movies.
63 minutes | Aug 27, 2011
Episode 2 – Just Give Me the Movie
In the second episode of Bubble Pipe Theater, Tommy, Tim, and Rob discuss Disney’s D23 Expo, debate the merits of the upcoming Star Wars Blu-ray set, and debut the new ongoing segment “Current Obsessions.”
57 minutes | Aug 23, 2011
Episode 1 – Planet of the Cars
In the inaugural episode of Bubble Pipe Theater, Tommy, John, Tim, and Rob discuss the 'Baby Monkey (Going Backwards on a Pig)' phenomenom, a horrible movie called Birdemic, an eerie correlation between Planet of the Apes and Pixar's Cars franchise, and everyone's current obsessions. We're excited to kick off this geek culture podcast, and we hope you bear with us through the first few episodes as we get all the technical details ironed out.
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