James (@007hertzrumble) and Krissy (@Krissy_Myers) discuss Guy Ritchie’s The Man from U.N.C.L.E. movie and the original The Man from U.N.C.L.E. television show. Did the movie succeed in updating Ilya and Napoleon? Why has the movie been a disppointment? And can they refrain from talking about James Bond for an entire episode? Who knew Henry Cavill was actually good? And what’s Taye Diggs got to do with any of this?
I moonlighted on yet another podcast last week, appearing on the Nerd Lunch Podcast with Carlin Trammel (also of Pod, James Pod). In this episode we were given the ability to wipe a “thing” and a “person” from existence. I chose to erase Diamonds Are Forever and Joel Schumacher. In this episode I also manage to butcher poor John Gavin’s name by repeatedly pronouncing it “Gal-vin.” Poor John Gavin. I must have crossed wires in my head and somehow connected John Gavin with deadball-era, Hall of Fame Pittsburg Alleghenys pitcher Pud Galvin. Just think, if John Gavin had kept that gig as James Bond in Diamonds Are Forever, nobody would have ever butchered his name on a random podcast.
James, aka The #Bond_age_ Guy, aka @007hertzrumble on The Nerd Lunch Podcast
Episode 10: The Tactleneck Special, A Brief History of Spytastic Turtlenecks
James (@007hertzrumble), Keith (@theactualkeith), Krissy (@Krissy_Myers) and Greg (@MisterGreggles) talk about the history of turtlenecks from 15-century cave paintings through Sterling Archer and SPECTRE, with special focus on the turtleneck as a tactical garment.
“GoldenEye 007 Elevator Music 1″ – from the GoldenEye 007 N64 Game
“GoldenEye 007 Elevator Music 2″ – from the GoldenEye 007 N64 Game
“Turtleneck and Chain” – Lonely Island featuring Snoop Dogg
“Razzamataz” – John Travolta
Originally recorded on March 21st 2015.
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