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Episode · 1 year ago

013 - It's been a quiet week...

ABOUT THIS EPISODE

On this week's episode, Andrew reflects on learning to love a Prairie Home Companion, a show he hated as a child, and ponders what things his kids hate now that they'll eventually grow to love. Also we talk the weep-fest that is the end of Star Wars Rebels (Seriously: It's the Star Wars version of "This is Us"), Lego Star Wars III: The Clone Wars video game, and Wandavision Episode 6. Also, this week's Pod Decks Question of the week: If you were to die tomorrow, what little thing would you regret not doing?

Dead words. This is well, hello and welcome to episode thirteen of the Dead Doloran podcast. I am your host, Andrew, and it has been a quiet week and wake will begone. My hometown out on the prairie, the snow is falling and it's cold outside, a lot colder than the locals are familiar with. And if any of you got that reference, my hat is off to you, because I don't know how many people who listen to this podcast. We're also listeners of a prairie home companion, but this week I just wanted to talk about that a little bit because it is one of those things that, as a father, I got to say I didn't understand it as a kid and I have a lot of distinct memories going back to that time in my childhood where my father would go out into the garage and he'd be doing yard work or whatever, and he'd have a radio turned on out there, you know, just a little FM radio, but he'd have it blasting the prairie home companion for that week. And you know, this was back in the day before we had such a thing as streaming radio, where you could go onto the website and listen to whatever the episode was like he would just be listening to it out there and I always, like as a kid, didn't understand it. I thought it was the weirdest thing, like okay, it's some kind of weird radio sketch comedy kind of thing, but then they've got whiney bluegrass bands and I just it doesn't it didn't, it didn't strike anything in me at that point in my life. I was like Dad, we have to listen to this? Why? But I just didn't get it. And then roll around my adulthood and I find myself one day out in the garage listening to a prairie home companion while is working, and I actually appreciate it. I appreciated the humor, I appreciated the bluegrass music and like Bluegrass is one of those music's that I don't think you get the chance to truly appreciate the complexities of it because you've got so much going on there. You've got guitar, you've got a Banjo, you've got a mandolin, all kind of working in tandem and kind of playing off of each other and just riffing off of each other and just the whole complexity of it is just a fascinating thing when you kind of take the time to really take it in. But as a kid I didn't understand it. You know, I'm kids are kids and we like pop music that's very much auto tuned and very distinctly like, almost borderline perfect because of how much producing goes into it, whereas bluegrass it's got a bit of a folksy feel to it. It's something that you know it's not everybody's Cup of tea, but you listen to it and you really have to appreciate just how many layers there are going into that, whether it be the storytelling, the vocals, the just musicians that are working on it, all of that just brought together into one thing. And so it's funny because I wound up, you know, as it turned out, I went up getting into prairie home companion fairly late. I actually...

...think listened to the last two or three seasons of it before garrison Keila retired and he got to the point where like he was doing his farewell tour and was coming to town and I wound up going and seeing him live at the Oregon Zoo with my wife and that was a present that she got for me that I really thoroughly enjoyed it and I think you know she he had Sarah j arose there as well as some other musical guests, that it was just a fantastic show that evening. We got rained on didn't care. I had a nice really like I think we were only four rows back from the front stage and just kind of getting to hear him whole here that old piano from down the have a new and like just the whole experience was just something that I'm really glad that I got the opportunity to hear it and I kind of think on that and I wonder what kind of things that I enjoy now that my kid hates now are going to be things that he turns out to like later in life, like and music is one of those things. I think that kind of comes around with that too. You know, earlier today my wife and I were listening to some music that was just on Youtube. was just like some like very airy like hymns playing piano over the top of like nature. Sounds like it was beautiful. It was very relaxing, almost like a zen quality to it. You just kind of were like Oh, okay, yeah, like somewhere between and of green gables saying the princess bride in some spots in terms of like the scoring of it, where it kind of had a breezy feel to it, but Alton just all of a sudden was like do we have to keep listening to this? It's boring and like he's very opinionated about what he does and doesn't like nowadays like that, for it's just a very fascinating thing to kind of really see that part of their personality really come out. But as bored as he was with it, we're like, nope, we're not just going to sit around listening what you want to listen to all day. You know, Perry grip and frozen, like if I let him, he probably would have listened to let it go for at least a month straight after the first time that he heard it. And Yeah, no, that wasn't happening. Like parents everywhere, you feel me. I think, yeah, you can only take so much she'll said, before you're like no, no, this is not happening anymore. And the fact that he's at the point where he can almost operate google. Thankfully, there are occasions where Google doesn't understand what he's saying or doesn't realize that he's calling it and so he can't get the song on that he wants and I can hopefully wave him off before he gets another random earwig like Perry grips baby Yoda or something like that going through my head. But yeah, so that's kind of what I've been wondering this week is, is there are things that you thought were stupid as a child that when you got older, you kind of grew to appreciate more and you think you've got something where you appreciate something now that your kids don't fully appreciate, but you think that some day theymen wind up actually appreciating it. I want to hear from you. If you want to go ahead reach out to me on the Internet. There is the instagram...

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...which you know, I will tell you and a lot of people think of thirteen is an unlucky number for me. That's actually been my number for a while as far as like different sports of teams, things like that. Thirteen was actually the number that I picked in junior high and I was fine with it. Yew Be honest, I was a terrible basketball player in junior high, so I don't know that the number was doing me any favors, but I also didn't blame it for the fact that I was terrible. I just was terrible. So anyhow, that is neither here nor there. This is just exciting for me because it is the thirteenth episode and so this week what we watched. Well, it's been a very eventful week in terms of star wars stuff, just because Alton has gotten to get through all of rebels now. So he actually was at home on Friday and kind of binge watched quite a bit of the series with Mom Wall Dad was working, and he is gotten through. He got to see the episodes where mall is trying to track down cannobie and that I actually did not get to watch that with him, but I went back and watched it myself and it was just a really fascinating episode because, first of all, the person they had doing the voice for Obiwan was very, very like a very solid stand in for Alec Guinness. Like you know, James Ar old Taylor has done the clone wars it ration of the OBI Wan Kenobi Voice, and so that's one thing where like and he's always done a very good job on that. You know, he's obviously not Ewan McGregor, but he does still do a very good job with that character. So when I heard the voice of Obiwan in that episode of rebels, that was one thing that I was struck by was how good the voice over for Obi Wan Kenobi, in terms of the old Obi Wan Kenobie, was. It was Steven Stanton was actually the person who was playing the voice in that. James Arnold Taylor did a fantastic job with Obiwan Kenobi during the clone wars and kind of going back to there with the younger voice. He's obviously not your Ewan McGregor in terms of voice, but he did a serviceable job for the character in terms of for clone wars, and that's one of those things to the colone wars voices were actually really good. My wife actually prefers the voice of Matt Wlanter, who voices Anakin on clone wars, to that of Hayden Christensen. I can't say that I disagree with her. I think that Matt wanter has a amazing voice and, like, I could absolutely listen to him as Anakin forever. Like if they wanted to redub all of Hayden Christensen's lines with Matt wanter I'd be cool with that. Let's be totally fair there. But regardless, Steven Stanton did a fantastic job doing the old, old Ben Kenoby because it's one of those that you kind of pause and you go, Huh, that does actually really sound like that. Look Innis, and you know how Guinness has been dead for years at this point,...

...so he ain't coming back to do that. As much technical wizard we as we do have these days, I mean you could probably do something to reconstruct his voice digitally, but we I don't think we're at the point where we're going to be doing that on a regular basis. So that was just something really interesting, really fun with that episode and just kind of getting to go back. Honestly, I feel like every freaking time that I get to the end of season four of rebels, like it's like I didn't sign up to watch this is us, and yet here I am bawling my eyes out. Spoiler alert for anybody who's this far behind the Times. Canan Jaris dies and he gives it a heroic sacrifice where he completes Harris Mission to stop the tie defender production on Leth all, but he goes up in flames in the process, he saves everybody. When you think about it, he saved the future assault against the empire for Wi all because without him interfering in the way that he did, preventing the fire from consuming his teammates, hair wouldn't have gotten out. In terms of that also, you wouldn't have had Ezra get out, you wouldn't have sabine come out. There would have been no way that they would have completed their mission against thrown. There's no way that Ezra would have been able to get the purgils to attach to thron's Shi and then hyperspace the entire imperial fleet out of there. Like there were so many things that went on there with that episode, and going back and seeing it again made me kind of think back to the Mandalorian and the thing about it is that's really interesting when you stop and think about it, and I think Dave Foloni has actually said something about this, there's no real timeline. They don't specify how long has elapsed between Sabine's monolog at the end of rebels and the end of the episode. It's terms of like where their mission ended and all of that. You know for sure that the battle of endor has taken place, because she talks about that. But you don't know how long after the battle of endor this is, and so you don't necessarily know where the Mandalorian fits in in the rebels timeline. But one of this rumors circulating around there, and I think that Dave Felini may have made some allusion to but maybe not come out and said it, is that there was actually the episode that you saw a Soakatano in Mandalorian, for May or may not have taken place before Ahsoka returns to find Sabine on lethal at the end of rebels. So that was one of those things that it's very interesting to think about, because one of the questions that I think a lot of people had is, well, you see Ahsoka, what happened to Sabine? Is being dead? Is She gone? But if this is taking place before she comes back for Sabine, then you've got another explanation. They're kind of like the explanation of the Mandalorian helmets and them never taking them off in the Mandalorian but they took them...

...off very liberally during rebels and during the clone wars, and then finding out that, oh, there's this specific sept so I think it's one of those things dis see likes leaving those little clues out there where you're like, I don't understand why things have changed in kind of weave people kind of in the dark for a little bit before turning on that light, making you go oh, oh, now I get it. Okay. So I think I'll be very interested to see kind of how all of that pans out going forward. But it's definitely one of those things that kind of I thought more about having gone back and rewatched the end of the season. But yeah, the end of rebels, if you haven't watched it, it is a bunch of teer jerkers and it's one of those things, like I mean, I'm fully emotionally invested in a group of fictional characters. I'm not going to lie. It's a fascinating story, it's well written and I get weepy every time I watched the end arc of that. I just can't help myself. So I mean I this is you're talking to somebody who cried at the end of the movie glory to like I've cry. It really weird things in movies for some reason. So now, if you put in front of Titanic I can't guarantee that I wouldn't have been like my twin sister, who actually laughed at the end of titanic because she went in it knowing. But it's Titanic, the boat sinks, lots of people die, like that's kind of how you knew, and like one of her friend's soldier that she was heartless, because she actually snickered at the end of that. But it's like you had a went into this. It's not like you went into the movie titanic not knowing what happened to the titanic. That's something they have taught us for years in history class, and so like they basically just made a big melodrama out of it to catapult what's his face, whose name is escaping me, to fame, like he must be super famous if I can totally remember his name. We in arder DiCaprio. I don't know if that was actually the one that catapulted in the fame, but that's the thing that I always associate with our good friend over there is titanic. He's been another stuff, don't really care regardless. Catch me if you can. I think was actually the best work that I've seen of his and actually that might be the only work that I have seen of his. Anyway, that's neither here nor there. So we got through rebels after getting through colne wars, and so it's been fun kind of getting into that with him. We're thinking Mandalorian is up next and that is something where when I kind of weighing it, figuring out, you know, Alton's for so it's a little advanced, but at the same time he's also seen all of the star wars movies. So I don't necessarily think there was a whole lot in Mandalorian that was really, really like far above that, and Alton's taken that pretty well. So it's been kind of interesting seeing that. Other thing this week we've been playing star wars like her actually Lego Star Wars, I apologize, the clone wars. So it's the third Lego Star Wars, which was bond xbox three hundred and sixty, and I have to say the game is very fascinating to be because it's a really great idea in essence,...

...because you've got your Lego Star Wars hyjenks, but then they've added kind of a strategy element to it as well, where there's certain levels where basically you are going around and you have to destroy certain bases and you can also kind of build your own bases to kind of fight against whoever you're fighting on, and that that was a very interesting mechanic. I don't think is necessarily exceptionally well executed and the whole game like I'd forgotten how different the older Lego Star Wars Games were in comparison to the rise of not the rise of skywalker. That one's not out. In comparison to the force awake, it's because the force awakens when you play through it. As far as like Lego Star Wars Games goes, or Lego any game goes, are actually fairly well polished. You know, they've still got their quarks to them and there's glitches every once in a while, but the game for the most part like you can understand what you're doing and it's not super hard to figure out. With the clone wars it isn't as well thought out. It is a little bit harder to figure out what you're supposed to be doing because you're having trouble figuring out, okay, what is my objective here? What am I supposed to be doing? There is one level in the grievous lat line, where you wind up basically having to fight general grievous and he doesn't actually die. And, like, I very frustrated with you. Was Hammering Him for about ten minutes where basically I had to do this complex thing, take out a couple of droid Deckos, then lab an explosive barrel, a grievous. He gets stunned, I go over near him, he jumps to another spot, repeat the process, repeat this process three times and then he that's normally when you think, okay, he's done, but then he would keep going and at first I thought this was a glitch, and so I kept doing it and kept doing it and kept doing it and kept doing it and kept getting more and more frustrated with it because I couldn't figure out why grievous wasn't dying, that you're not putting a health bar above his head anything like that, and there's nothing to really indicate, Hey, this is where you need to be going. Well, we finally hit a point where I realize there was in the backdrop of the spot where you hit him the third time, there's a door that had opened and in the back of that there was a pair of buttons where you needed to stand on one and your teammate needed to stand on the other, and that opens the door. And it's the level. So you don't actually beat general grievous, you just flack him three times and then get the heck out of dodge. Nowhere in the briefing for this level does it say that's what you're supposed to be doing and it doesn't really guide you intuitively that direction. So you were just smashing on grievous for a while until you realize, you idiot, he's never going to die. So so it's I think it would be one of those things if they could remaster it and maybe do some of the upgrades that they have done with the newer Lego Star Wars Games. I think that would be really interesting to see. But ultimately,...

...like you know, it's I think it would be a great idea. It just isn't greatly executed with the drawbacks of the old system that they used. And personally, right now I'm really looking forward to the Lego Star Wars the Skywalker Saga because that is apparently going to cover all nine movies and I think they're probably going to cover the Mandalorian and that, because why wouldn't they? Because it's a cash cow and everybody loves baby Yoda. You love him, even if you don't think you love him, it just it's he's that good. But that is one of those things that like. I'm excited for it because it'll be a lot more to play through and there will be a lot of fun to it and like it sounds like it's very nonlinear in that you can play through the movies and whatever order you want. You don't have to fight your way through the prequels to get to the original trilogy to get to the sequels or anything like that. It's just like which one you want to do? That one? Okay, great, let's go. So that will be kind of the fun thing when that comes out. But for the time being, like, I don't know exactly that supposed to come out. I think it's supposed to be Spring. It was originally supposed to be back in, I think December, but they might up calling it off. So I've got it pre ordered. Whenever it does find up coming, it will definitely be coming to me and I will definitely be playing that with Alton. So there will be plenty to talk about there. But yeah, so that's been the other thing. The other thing this week one division, man and I watched that on at midnight, like it's one of those things. One Division has been an interesting show because it wasn't something that I started out doing the midnight watching with. That is something that, like, I pretty much exclusively exert had reserved for where the Mandalorian, because that was just like the only show that I cared about enough to stay up that late to watch. But one division, on the other hand, has managed to work its way into that status where I want to know what's happening so badly that, yes, I will stay up until late, late, late Thursday night just to watch this episode before I go to bed. And this episode whole after last week's Dr Rop where they brought in Evan Peters. As Evan Peters, I want to call him Evin Peters, and then I always questioned myself immediately after I do that, like is that actually this guy's name to one division? Pardon me as I take a pause here to look on the website. Yep, Evan Peters. See, I always get weirded out by that because his name in the movie is phro Maximofka, Peter Max off, which, yeah, so Peter Peters like. It just kind of throws me. But Anyway, Evan Peters is playing quicksilver and it's a different take on quicksilver in that he he's kind of like the slightly sleazy brother from out of town coming in on the Sitcom trope and like they play it very well. They bring him in. It doesn't feel unnatural at all, other than the fact that you're looking...

...at him going this is not the guy who was playing quicksilver the last time around, but it's definitely something where you know that there's something off with it and think about it is he seems to know there's something off with it. And what is fascinating to me is there's been all the speculation about WHO's the real big bad behind all of this. Is it actually Wanda that's doing all of this, or somebody been manipulating her? And MEPHISTO is the character that keeps coming up. There's been so many different things pointing you that there's also Catherine Han playing agnes, who people are thinking maybe Agatha Harkness, and who is a witch that mentors Wanda in the comic books, which is very an interesting take because, like this week's episode, they're definitely playing into that, because she's dressed like a witch on Halloween and then she does like, and Catherine Han does a phenomenal witch is cackle, like it was just one of those things. The way that she does it, like I'm thinking, get you my pretty and your little dog to ha ha, like, you know, the we could which the west kind of feel to it, like just the way that she cackles, like a full throated like Oh okay. So I mean it's been pointing to her. But then Mephisto is also been brought up. You know, all the things about the levels in the details and everything being for the children, which in the comic books Mephisto winds up taking away Wanda's children because he's actually somehow involved in their conception. I can't remember exactly how the story goes, but it winds up being what drives her into the House of M storyline is the loss of the kids, but regardless, like so that's been pointed out. And he's basically like Marvel's version of the devil, and it was known for making those kind of Faustian bargains where you know you get what you want, but then it has a heck of a price to pay later. And so the thing that I heard that I thought was very interesting this week is maybe Peter is actually mephisto and maybe that's why he seems to have a little bit of trouble remembering some of their childhood and also like he seems to know more than a lot of the other people who are in their show do, but it'll be interesting to see how that plays out. He obviously kind of ticked off Wanda towards the end of the episode, and her expanding the reach of Westview into a bigger hex was also a really interesting kind of twist, because now they've stuck in a bunch of other people. Other things that I thought were interesting in of this episode is the discussion of Monica Rambos DNA being changed due to the radiation and if she goes through again, they don't know how it will change her. Well, I think any idiot who's ever read a comic book knows how it's going to change her, because everybody knows that Wanda's not want as powers. I'm sorry Monica Rambos Winds Up Becoming Photon Aka eventually captain marvel later on down the road when Carol gives up the mantle or something to that effect. I don't know if Carol dies that, I'm not a hundred percent sure, and but I know...

...that at some point she winds up becoming Captain Marvel. So it's interesting to kind of see that playing out and kind of knowing that that's probably going to be coming the next time that she goes through there, or at the very least that's setting her up to get her superpowers. The other thing is this aerospace engineer that they keep bringing up. It's one of those things where Monica brought it up early on in the episode, are not the episode this week, but one of the previous episodes, where he was trying to think of a way to get in there and having something shielded so that it doesn't get changed by the different radiation in there, and she's has this friend who's an aerospace engineer who would love a crack at it, and then they wind up apparently heading to meet up with said aerospace engineer, but we still don't know who this aerospace engineer is. It could be that it's somebody completely nameless that we don't know and don't necessarily care about, but the way they've been setting it up it makes it feel like it may be something more important. And maybe it's a red herring, maybe they're just trying to draw our attention away from things, but the way that they are playing it up makes it sound like it could be somebody important, and one of the speculations that I have been seeing kind of circulating the Internet has been maybe it's Mr Fantastic, or it we at least read Richard's before he becomes Mr Fantastic. I think that's plausible, although we've not heard any casting rumors at this point, so I don't know if we'd actually see his face or if there's something else going on there, if maybe they've gotten one of the best kept secrets. I mean, when you think about it, marvel, it may not be, but the Star Wars Mandalorian end of the season, that was probably one of the best kept casting secrets ever, was that they were bringing back Luke Skywalker for that. Like nobody saw that coming, and so it's possible that they've gotten something where somebody's managed to get a cast as MR fantastic and we've not actually seen them, just mentioned in the news at all, I'll be interested to see whether or not that it winds up being what it is, but it'll be very interesting going forward to find out if that character is somebody who's actually important to the series or if that's just a red herring that they're trying to get our hopes up. So that was this week's watch party. So we are going to head out to our last break here. They're going to come back for a pod decks question of the week. If you've not heard about pod decks before, I've said it before, I'll say it again. I've got the interview deck which is available on Pod dexcom and it's just a bunch of questions that if you're a podcaster or if you just want to have, you know, a conversation starter at a party, that sort of thing, then it could be something where you just ask a question out of the deck and gets the conversation flowing. So definitely check them out if you're interested, if you're a podcaster, if you're just looking for something else to kind of work with in conversations with other people, definitely give them a go. So...

...we'll be right back. Stay tuned. All right, so we are back and we are on to our POD dext question of the week. This week's question is if you were to die tomorrow, what little thing would you regret not doing? That is a really great question and honestly, like it's one of those things like he just stopping. You think about it. You know, there's all the things that you think about. You know, what could I have done to, you know, make somebody else's life better, or just different things like that, or there things that I could have done to help somebody. I think those will probably be the situations where most of us were going to regret or probably the ones where are we had the opportunity to help somebody else out and we just didn't take that opportunity. I think if we're just being totally selfish on something like you know, what's one thing that you wish you'd gotten to do before dying, if you were to die tomorrow, like this is going to sound really silly, but I wish I would have gotten to build something like the size of the master level Moneium Falcon from Star Wars, and that's one of those Lego sets like that is a I would love to build that, but there is no way in heck I would ever pay that much money for a Lego set. Like I want to say, what is it like? Five hundred dollars, I think, is what it was when it came out. And, like I I am pretty stoked because I wound up having a pretty nice little run with some free crypto that I had wound up getting from coin base and I got enough of a rise out of it that I actually am planning to get myself the Lego razorcrest as soon as I can find it somewhere in stock. Haven't found it yet. That's been kind of the trick at this point is trying to actually find one that's not marked up ridiculously by some scalper. But that is one of those things. Like I would love to have one of those giant, just ginormous money in Falcons and have had the opportunity to build through that with my boys. and well, that's never going to happen because, one, I cannot justify spending that much money on a Lego set and to where the heck would I put it? Like I can hear my wife asking where is that going to live, and I'm go like, we don't need a coffee table right, like we could just put this in the middle of the room. No, like I mean as much of a statement piece as having a ginormous master level money in Falcon would be like. And this is this is a stupid thing that I would regret. But like that would be, I think, if I'm just being super selfish, that, I think, would probably be. It like just never getting the chance to really build one of those and just be like this is the biggest lego set I have ever seen. But I think more than anything, I probably would just regret all the ways that I could have potentially helped somebody but hadn't for whatever reason, whether it would be just I ignored something or I just didn't see the opportunity. So yeah,...

...all right. That is our episode for this week. Thank you again so much for coming and just listening and again, if you want to check out a way to support us. I'm not begging for money. I don't want anybody to feel like that's what I'm doing, because it's not that. But if you want to support the podcast and help us put out more episodes later on down the road, that is something that I would very much appreciate. You can check us out on buy me a coffeecom the dead Dolian and there's some different options there. If you want to just do it as a onetime gift or if it's something where you want to go ahead and join the membership program and just move forward with that see how that goes, that would be great. So hope you have a great day. Whatever you're doing today, hope you're crushing it and remember parenting is a complicated profession. Stay safe out there. Take Care.

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