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The Incomparable Mothership

Jason Snell

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The Incomparable Mothership is the flagship of the Incomparable podcast network. It’s all about geeky media we love, including movies, books, TV, and more, featuring a rotating panel of guests and hosted by Jason Snell and friends.
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The Incomparable Radio Theater

David J. Loehr

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The Incomparable Radio Theater is a series of original radio shows that pays homage to classic mid-20th century radio while also giving a nod to modern pop culture. It’s produced by the people who bring you The Incomparable podcast network.
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The Incomparable Superfeed

The Incomparable

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A collection of pop culture podcasts full of smart, funny people who love talking about TV, movies, books, comics, games, and much more. This feed contains episodes from all the podcasts produced by The Incomparable.
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The Incomparable Podcast

Andrew Wilson, Jonathan Carswell, 10ofthose

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Struggle to maintain a regular devotion time? This podcast is for you. It can be tough to daily focus on God when work and home life are busy. Sadly, days can slip away without allowing for valuable time spent with the Lord. If this resonates then The Incomparable Podcast is here to help. Our short, 8-10 minute episodes can accompany you on the commute, washing up, cooking dinner, and even in the shower. And more than that, they will focus your attention on the most important topic for a bus ...
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The Dog & Pony crew faces the monster under the bed, considers a move to Ravenloft Heights Condos, contemplates vampire theology, and breaks some heart. Of course, once again, they gotta go up to get down. Dog & Pony Show VII, Part 6 Tony Sindelar with Aleen Simms, Dan Moren, Erika Ensign, Jane Ritt and Mikah Sargent Show Notes & Links Edited by Er…
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The High Republic! An era of peace, the height of the Jedi, and…murder? Your Star Wars pals Dan, Kat, and Tony are back to talk this brand new show in a never-before-seen (on TV) era. We discuss Jedi sartorial choices, the oldest plot twist in the book, and when is a droid not a droid? Lucasfilm Host Dan Moren, Tony Sindelar and K Benesh Referenced…
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Our 2024 book club shortlist read continues with “Shigidi and the Brass Head of Obalufon”, “The Terraformers,” and “Some Desperate Glory.” We enjoyed them all, to varying degrees! Plus: What else are we reading? 2024 Awards Shortlist, part 2 Jason Snell with Aleen Simms, Scott McNulty, Erika Ensign and Heather Berberet Referenced Works Shigidi and …
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Our 2024 book club shortlist read continues with “Shigidi and the Brass Head of Obalufon”, “The Terraformers,” and “Some Desperate Glory.” We enjoyed them all, to varying degrees! Plus: What else are we reading? Host Jason Snell with Aleen Simms, Scott McNulty, Erika Ensign and Heather Berberet Referenced Works Show Notes & Links Next books: “The A…
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It’s the third instalment of Trivial Retreat, the game where we play the original Genus edition of Trivial Pursuit backward, where players must invent or guess the questions and categories based entirely on what’s on the back of the card. Points are awarded partly on guessing the right questions, but let’s face it, they’re really doled out by how m…
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At last, the story begins here. Years into his retirement, Scoutmaster Greene is called back to spacefaring adventures at the behest of the last person he’d have expected… The Last Dangerous Visions? David J. Loehr with Monty Ashley, Erika Ensign, Steven Schapansky, Steve Lutz, Quinn Rose and Travis Bedard Support this show and other shows like it …
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The High Republic! An era of peace, the height of the Jedi, and…murder? Your Star Wars pals Dan, Kat, and Tony are back to talk this brand new show in a never-before-seen (on TV) era. We discuss Jedi sartorial choices, the oldest plot twist in the book, and when is a droid not a droid? Lucasfilm Dan Moren, Tony Sindelar and K Benesh Sponsors Purrgi…
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The roguish Jonathan Groff appears amid an extended riff on “Bridgerton.” Jason recommends a different Netflix series. Erika gives this episode a very high rating. Chip wonders about the metatextuality of it all. Was this episode for the cosplaying birds? Or could we not get it out of our heads? Jason Snell, Erika Ensign and Chip Sudderth…
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Our 2024 book club shortlist read continues with “Shigidi and the Brass Head of Obalufon”, “The Terraformers,” and “Some Desperate Glory.” We enjoyed them all, to varying degrees! Plus: What else are we reading? 2024 Awards Shortlist, part 2 Jason Snell with Aleen Simms, Scott McNulty, Erika Ensign and Heather Berberet Referenced Works Shigidi and …
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When the going gets tough, the tough name their episodes after days of the week. In “Monday”, Jordan’s dealing with multiple difficult humans — among them Danny and a newly-hired mean girl who heads up reality programming. Jack goes to a concert to enlist the help of our pal Zhang. Darius and Sim start a fight. And Tom pursues Lucy, because this sh…
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We lead off the tenth(!) season of our podcast with a fastball right up the middle as veteran minor leaguer Dan Moren takes prodigal but wild talent Lex Friedman under his wing in 1984’s Bull Durham. Hot topics include what to get a couple for a wedding gift, why it’s called Bull Durham, and whether a certain character is too annoying. Programming …
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John Moltz, freelance writer, podcaster (The Rebound and Biff!), joins Scott to discuss “These are the Voyages” (ENT S4E22). Topics include how bad this episode is on many levels, shocking cameos, great characters in not so great shows, and inexplicable deaths. Scott McNulty with John Moltz Show Notes & Links Watch “These are the Voyages” for yours…
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It’s another Romance in Action mission with Argylle. Let’s be honest. Our Director mandated this mission purely for the cat content which she rates very highly. Follow cat-loving novelist Elly Conway (Bryce Dallas Howard) as she is pulled out of her fictional imaginings into the IRL world of spy craft with the mysterious stranger Aiden (Sam Rockwel…
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Road House in your house. Road House (2024) Joe Rosensteel and Dan Sturm Referenced Works Road House (2024) Show Notes & Links Road House (2024) - IMDb Road House (2024 film) - Wikipedia)โดย Defocused
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It’s the third instalment of Trivial Retreat, the game where we play the original Genus edition of Trivial Pursuit backward, where players must invent or guess the questions and categories based entirely on what’s on the back of the card. Points are awarded partly on guessing the right questions, but let’s face it, they’re really doled out by how m…
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It’s just some axes, messin’ around and vampires named Oliver, Poison, Malachi, Renée, and Gerald and Johnny Darkness. See you next time, Renée! Dog & Pony Show VII, Part 5 Tony Sindelar with Aleen Simms, Dan Moren, Erika Ensign, Jane Ritt and Mikah Sargent Show Notes & Links Edited by Erika Ensign. Curse of Strahd…
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You didn’t go to four years of Dahar school for nothing. This is it, folks—The ante-penumtimate, penultimate, and Ultimate X-Men ‘97. Whoo what a ride! That was an optic blast from the past. Remember it! Dan Moren, John Moltz and Guy English Referenced Works X-Men '97 Show Notes & Linksโดย Biff!
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Did you enjoy the work? Afterward, did you spend time thinking about what it meant? When you start to analyze it, does it offer several interesting interpretations? Does the intent of the author inform, or is it irrelevant? We’re talking about art in general, and this week’s episode of “Doctor Who” in particular. Jason Snell and Chip Sudderth…
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At last, the story begins here. Years into his retirement, Scoutmaster Greene is called back to spacefaring adventures at the behest of the last person he’d have expected… The Last Dangerous Visions? David J. Loehr with Monty Ashley, Erika Ensign, Steven Schapansky, Steve Lutz, Quinn Rose and Travis Bedard…
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Arrgh Fellow Nerds, it be pirate time! 🏴‍☠️ Join us for a special mini episode, where Heather, Stacy and our magical guest Mikayla (aka Younger Spawn) dish the tea on the pirate drama Black Sails. Newly on Netflix, this Starz original show was billed as a gritty prequel to Treasure Island, but it is So. Much. More! Join us as we talk character arcs…
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It’s been 40 years since the release of 1984’s “The Last Starfighter,” so we finally give this visually groundbreaking film its due. Did we find the early CGI effects as charming as the plot of a small town kid becoming a galactic hero in the distant reaches of space? "The Last Starfighter" (1984) Steven Schapansky with Joe Rosensteel, Cicero Holme…
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It’s been 40 years since the release of 1984’s “The Last Starfighter,” so we finally give this visually groundbreaking film its due. Did we find the early CGI effects as charming as the plot of a small town kid becoming a galactic hero in the distant reaches of space? "The Last Starfighter" (1984) Steven Schapansky with Joe Rosensteel, Cicero Holme…
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This is it! We’re reviewing a new “Star Trek: Discovery” episode for the last time. From binary stars to binary black holes, we’ve been here through it all. This time we’re doing our usual nonsense, expressing feelings first, then discussing the specially shot series-end segment, then backing into the main core of the episode. Mind-bending corridor…
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The most important reason for going from one place to another is to see what’s in between. Moisés Chiullán discusses Norton Juster’s The Phantom Tollbooth (1961). [We’ve re-issued this episode to correct an audio problem.] John McCoy with Moisés Chiullán Referenced Works The Phantom Tollbooth Show Notes & Links The Phantom Tollbooth (1970) Trailer …
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No one has more Christmas spirit than Matt and - and he’s Jewish. Danny is joining Jordan at the obstetrician, and it only gets weirder. Harriet gets a movie… And also maybe love interest? Oh, and Simon and Tom are there, but not for any good reason. From that description you make think we didn’t like this episode, but you’d be surprised! Find out …
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The party grapples with questions like “How would a spider stand on eight different office chairs?,” “Will the treasure be a gilded bed-flipper or a three-pack of magic axes?,” and “Are owls birds?” (DM Tony would like to emphasize that they ARE.) One thing that’s certain: Arrigal is the MVNPC. Dog & Pony Show VII, Part 4 Tony Sindelar with Aleen S…
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A spooky story told around a campfire, involving the adventures of Ruby Sunday and the mystery of the woman standing 66.66666667 meters away from her at all times. Vibes! We’re here for the vibes. Jason Snell, Erika Ensign and Chip Sudderthโดย Doctor Who Flashcast
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Monty Ashley, Incomparable host and all around nice guy, joins Scott to discuss “Live Fast and Prosper” (VOY S6E21). Topics include Scott explaining The Traitors, expressions of love for Taskmaster and Drag Race Espana, and eventually Star Trek. Scott McNulty with Monty Ashley Show Notes & Links Watch “Live Fast and Prosper” for yourself: Amazon In…
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You just can’t kill us, unless we’re wearing something on our necks that means you can. We’re back to cover 2018’s “Deadpool 2,” which bring you… more Deadpool. Not necessarily a bad thing, but should it have tried to elevate its game? Does its ending completely invalidate the story? And what’s the serious plot element at the center of the ridiculo…
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You just can’t kill us, unless we’re wearing something on our necks that means you can. We’re back to cover 2018’s “Deadpool 2,” which bring you… more Deadpool. Not necessarily a bad thing, but should it have tried to elevate its game? Does its ending completely invalidate the story? And what’s the serious plot element at the center of the ridiculo…
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We’ve got more Romance in Action with The Fall Guy movie. Get ready for comedy, stunt action, and romance from Ryan Gosling and Emily Blunt. Our Agents went on this mission to the theatre and later recorded this episode in person. The Agents thought the meta references to the movie industry, with the right dash of mystery and romance made for perfe…
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The season-long plot nears its conclusion—but this is “Discovery,” so there’s still time for a heart-to-heart while wearing Breen helmets. Jason and Scott have an oil bath to get to, but before they do, they break down the penultimate episode! Saru’s back! Vulcan flower holders! And the most dramatic scene of a man sitting in a chair that we’ve see…
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It’s the return of Careers! The popular board game, this edition from 1955, involves contestants trying to be the first person on the moon, going out to sea, possibly becoming a farmer, and braving the dangers of uranium prospecting. No one said it would be easy. Careers 3 Erika Ensign and Steven Schapansky with Monty Ashley, Shelly Brisbin and Cic…
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It’s the return of Careers! The popular board game, this edition from 1955, involves contestants trying to be the first person on the moon, going out to sea, possibly becoming a farmer, and braving the dangers of uranium prospecting. No one said it would be easy. Careers 3 Erika Ensign and Steven Schapansky with Monty Ashley, Shelly Brisbin and Cic…
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In the course of mapping the Larders of Ill Omen, the team encounters a Crucible crucible, a spooky office, the ruined corpses of cots, and so many tears. But it starts with a hug. Dog & Pony Show VII, Part 3 Tony Sindelar with Aleen Simms, Dan Moren, Erika Ensign, Jane Ritt and Mikah Sargent Show Notes & Links Edited by Erika Ensign. Curse of Stra…
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Former showrunner Steven Moffat joins the new-new-series party with an episode set almost entirely in a bomb crater. The Doctor can’t move, and can’t emote too much, but he can still attempt to control the world around him. We talk about Moffat’s return, the importance of getting Ruby up to speed as a companion, and much more! Jason Snell, Erika En…
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Ricky and Ron are closing a deal with Fox for “Peripheral Vision Man”; and ironically, Matt gives them some side-eye about it. Meanwhile, Harriet’s contemplating posing for pictures in her underwear, which we suppose beats posing for pictures in someone ELSE’s underwear. Jordan needs Danny to make some cuts, Danny warns Jordan her job is in danger,…
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With a third movie on the way, it’s time for us to tackle an R-rated “X-Men” spinoff, everyone’s favorite glutton for punishment, 2016’s “Deadpool.” Did it pass the test of skeptical first-time viewers? Does its balance of humor and ultraviolence work? And why did we find this deeply unserious movie strangely affecting? "Deadpool" (2016) Jason Snel…
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