Time again to pop over and visit setisoppO, the podcast where we work out the opposite of things that don’t have a natural opposite. This week, we pucker up and wonder on the opposite of Only Fools And Horses, of chicken nuggets, and of thumb wars.
I talk about this for a bit …
I can’t stop watching this trailer for some reason.
Time once more to visit our podcast of opposites. On setisoppO we like to work out the opposite of things that don’t have a nautral opposite. This week, we travel back to the 90s to talk about AOL discs, empty crisp packets, and papercuts.
Time again to visit our podcast setisoppO, wherein we work out the opposite of things that don’t have a natural opposite. This week, we turn our attentions to ninjas, to polls, and to Jurassic Park.
In it, we talk a bit about the sitcom Dinosaurs, an ABC show that ran for 58 episodes in the early 90s. I had a vague feeling that it used to be on ITV on Saturdays at fiveish, but it was actually on Sundays at ten to three.
Here’s a moment from recording when things just aren’t going to plan.
And if you want to know how the show finally ends, man alive it’s bleak. SPOILERS …
Time once more to visit our podcast, setisoppO, wherein we work out the opposite of things that don’t have a natural opposite. This week we adjudicate on the polars of Inspector Morse, wax, and the Spice Girls.
At one point I think Iszi and I were talking at cross purposes. She was referring to the actor who plays Morse in Endeavour, and I was referring to Lewis’ sidekick in Lewis. These are not the same people.
After recording, I thought I may have been imagining that Ruby Wax did a show with Carrie Fisher, but here’s just one of a few times they appeared on screen together.
And here’s a moment from the US version of Whose Line Is It Anyway? …
There’s no setisoppO this week, sorry, mainly because Iszi is having a new floor laid. Instead though, here’s the latest episode of The Z List Dead List, the podcast about obscure people from history.
Here’s how Iszi describes this one.
Accidentally predicting the future in her sci fi novels, Kage Baker’s books set alight the dork celebrator extraordinaire, comedian Jackie Kashian. In this episode we discuss the limits of fiction, and of shame. This podcast was 4 years in the making, all because iszi is an idiot.