What’s The Opposite Of Quantum Leap?

Theorising that one could work out the opposite of things that don’t have a natural opposite, two idiots stepped into the Quantum Leap Accelerator, and vanished. They awoke to find themselves trapped in the past, facing mirror images that were not their own, and wondering what also might be the opposite of an ice cream Sundae, and tea bags.

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That’s this week’s episode of setisoppO for you.

What’s The Opposite Of Spider-Man?

Here’s the latest episode of setisoppO, the podcast where we work out the opposite of things that don’t have a natural opposite. This week, as the title suggests, we ponder on Spider-Man, on suggestions, and on Deep Space Nine.

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These opening titles made me fall in love with Deep Space Nine from the moment I first saw them, and they still look fantastic even now. That haunting theme that morphs into a crescendo of hope as the wormhole bursts open. The comet, and the tinkle of the tail, before we take an age to find the station in the dark isolation of space. It just screams the tone of the show.

And if that theme isn’t enough to get stuck in your ears, it’s no surprise that this one has been echoing around my head since we recorded the episode.

What’s The Opposite Of Buzz Lightyear?

Time once more for another episode of setisoppO, the podcast where we work out the opposite of things that don’t have a natural opposite. Herein, we ruminate on the opposite of Skittles, on the opposite of M&Ms, on the opposite of Buzz Lightyear, and on the opposite of insurance.

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Here’s the advert we talk about.

And this is probably the advert we were thinking we were thinking about.

What’s The Opposite Of A Corn Dog?

Time again to wander over into the world of setisoppO, the podcast where we work out the opposite of things that don’t have a natural opposite. And this week, we are on an American bent, wondering on the opposites of corn dogs, and of the World Series of Baseballs.

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So, what’s a corn dog? …