"No pizza and no Chinese..."
Oh boy, guys! Heaven can wait, we have Tiffany Grant! A fun-filled episode where we learn about a legendary voice actress’s methods. This is so special that I, Ben Carver, am writing this post! Mr. Neil can’t be the ‘man behind the curtain’ the whole time, right? Rob spilled orange tang on his clothes and later on, also embarrasses himself! We bombard Tiffany with industry questions, and even questions about her interior decorating.
Rapture was late
Tiffany’s acting method
The Gurren that almost was…
Hello Kitty bathroom and the picture that Tiffany Refused to take
Tiffany Grant’s Asuka lost a contest?
We don’t know anyone named Lucy Moralez or Helen Bed
Oh, and the guys and I tried hard restraining ourselves from asking Tiffany doing voices… we MOSTY succeeded.
Overall, this was an awesome episode! Come back next week, and we will have more fan service!
HO! HO! HO! HO!
"What are you? STUPID?!"
Tiffany always plays the one named Kyouko in Nuku-Nuku, even after she switched heads with Arisa.
"No pizza and..." Yeah, you get the joke by now.
Tim and Rob sync up with us in this episode to talk about Evangelion. I was fortunate enough to get pulled away from the show for nearly 45 minutes while the topic continued, but while I was gone, the panel conspired against me by adding a bunch of audio drops from the show. Overall, we discussed the imagery and characters of Eva and came the horrible conclusion that we may need to do a second part to this. Kill me now.
Folks, if I never hear another Shinji scream as long as I live, it’ll be too soon.
This episode is about:
Random Christian imagery.
The Gainax Effect. (Two of them!)
Rei III is creepy.
People exploding into orange Tang.
Tiffany Grant is hot and cosplays as her own characters.
We love Monica Rial, no matter what that Tim says!
We hate the weeaboos.
We also hate rap.
Robotech DVD sales > Eva DVD sales. (Eat it!)
No pizza, and no Chinese!
In this titillating episode, Ben and Neil sit down to talk about an old favorite, Birdy The Mighty, confirming once again that you can never get enough of invincible girls in revealing battle leotards. This is a special side-by-side episode, where we talk about the Birdy OVA versus the Birdy Decode TV series.
The animation direction in both are nice, but we definitely prefer the original.
Neil also weighs in the sub-versus-dub debate and confirms yet again that he had a very heterosexual childhood.
This episode is not very produced. There are some volume issues, but with a higher quality recording, clarity shouldn’t be a problem. Just make sure to have your volume set at a comfortable level. Also note that we were very tired.
Be sure to check out Neil’s second appearance on This Week In Geek, as he sat in for the Nerd News. Neil before Dodd!
Next week is Macross. No, really.