TV & Film
Episode 27 - Hush (feat. Kenn Edwards)
I guess we have to talk...
I know, I know, it’s been a while. You thought this podcast was dead and buried. But as so many before you have learned, in Sunnydale...dead don’t take! I’m back, I have more to say, and I’ve brought the most relevant rock musician in the world Kenn Edwards back with me. This time we’re discussing one of the big mile markers of the series, “Hush.” We talk about the debut of so-shy-she’s-almost-speechless Tara; Riley Finn and other classic Greco-Roman Heroes; the subversion of princess and tower tropes; the very significant difference between language and communication; and the most (intentionally?) anti-climactic climactic screams in genre television history.
But of course the real reason to prick up your ears and listen is to hear what we have to say about the Gentlemen. Even the Mr. Burns Mob and Their Coterie of Capering Smitherses can’t stop the Conversation!
Next: Brazillian fan community organizer Johny Ho returns to help me examine episodes 411, “Doomed” and 412, “A New Man.”
Run Time: 01:15:12
00:00:55 - Intro / Guest
00:03:06 - A few words about Buffy the Vampire Slayer #1 from BOOM! Studios
00:16:03 - Main Topic
01:10:40 - Outro / Next
Why Buffy Matters: The Art of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, by Rhonda V. Wilcox
“Conversations (feat. Wesley Mead)” by Azura (2017)
“Voices Carry” by ‘Til Tuesday, Voices Carry (1985)
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