Thursday, January 30, 2020

ISO 601: Men In Tights

We have returned for the final season of In Search Of... and this week we are talking about Jesse James because supposedly he wasn't actually killed. Except that he was.

Thursday, January 23, 2020

ISO Season 5 Wrap-Up Show

Somehow, someway, we made it to the end of another season. We discuss the past season and we also discuss the future.

Link to Stories from Sackville

Kay Hoffman Woo Awards:
Jasen: Faith Healing
Steve: Acupuncture
Oliver: Super Children

Worst Episode:
Jasen: Great Lovers
Steve: Great Lovers
Oliver: Great Lovers

Carl Sagan Voice Of Reason Episode:
Jasen: George Abell (Moon Madness)
Steve: George Abell (Moon Madness)
Oliver: Linda Caparell (Salem Witches)

Ultimate Character:
Jasen: All the fake bearded Chinese explorers
Steve: Arnold Lieber (Moon Madness)
Oliver: Glenn Doman (Super Children)

Best Episode (Actual):
Jasen: The Hindenburg Disaster
Steve: The Lusitania
Oliver: The Death Of Marilyn Monroe

Best Episode (Crazy Factor):
Jasen: Laugh Therapy
Steve: Laugh Therapy
Oliver: Laugh Therapy

Love To Hate Episode:
Jasen: Moon Madness (Because of the argument)
Steve: UFO Coverups
Oliver: Castle Of Secrets

Nimoystache Rating (1 to 5):
Jasen: 2.21
Steve: 2.0
Oliver: 2.5

Thursday, January 16, 2020

ISO 524: This Episode May Be Further Than It Appears

In an episode that isn't sure what it wants to be, we look at ancient people who worship the sun, modern people who sunbathe, and other people who like the idea of solar power. Oh, and the Aztec calendar.

Thursday, January 9, 2020

ISO 523: Well Done J. Frank

In a startling turn of events, the woo-meister, J. Francis Hitching, comes up with two fantastic episodes this season. This is the second and it is a well told history of the sinking of the Lusitania.

Thursday, January 2, 2020

ISO 522: Dedicated To That Wooly Mammoth

In a strange turn of events, this week's episode title is so misleading that we dare call it false advertising. With talk of asteroid collisions for most of the episode, it ends with a hippy-dippy vision of the future.