Episode One Hundred And One – No Time To Explain

Quick, No Time To Explain. Get In!

Ben comes up with a game about creating that “Walking Away From The Explosion” shot, and Craig pitches a furry/anthro game without realising it.

Here’s that other image,

Also, you should all know that the entire time Ben was talking about the McElroy Brothers, Craig was imagining this.
Even though he knew it wasn’t the same person(s). – T. Jones

Doomtree –  Grey Duck video

In Media Res

Television – SGU Stargate Universe

Robert Carlyle

Film – Trainspotting (1996)  – Trailer

RPG – Questlandia

Television – Leverage

Scum Poker AKA Planning Poker

Powerwalk   TV tropes page

Television – The A-Team

Film – The Adventures of Priscilla, Queen of the Desert (1994)

The McElroy Brothers podcasts

Monster Factory YouTube Channel

Mike Rugnetta’s – “HALF-BAKED: The Ontology of ‘Boys’ in the McElroy Realm – Pt. 1”

Film – Pontypool (2008)

The Yeoman Warders of the  Tower of London

The March of the Sinister Ducks

Television – Bojack Horseman

Comics – Omaha the Cat Dancer

Film(?) – Bright (2017)      (The question mark is not reference to it’s quality, rather that’s it’s either a long, single episode show on NetFlix or a film that’s not in cinemas.   (And never will be.) ~T. Jones)

Television – Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency

RPG – Eclipse Phase

RPG – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles & Other Strangeness and After the Bomb

Comic – Adolescent Radioactive Black Belt Hamsters –  (It’s satire, you simpletons.  And it ran to nine episodes, I’ll have you know.  ~ T. Jones)

Novel – David Brin’s Uplift stories

Comic – Girl Genius –  Jäger Monsters

Comic – Blacksad

Comic – Transmetropolitan

Film – Zootopia –  (It’s called Zootropolis in England and many other nations. Hopefully not for the reason Craig fears. ~T. Jones)

Film – The Lion King (1994)

Television – Jericho


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