Hanako and Cat from the Sci-Fi Party Line Podcast continue to discuss the final episodes of Supernatural with some discussion about S15E16, where we get to take one last (?) trip down memory lane with the Winchester brothers as they come face-to-face with a monster from their past, and Dean feels the weight of keeping a huge secret from Sam. Only 4 episodes now remain before we reach the end.
It’s here! Episode 8 of The Boys, “What I Know” answers a lot of our questions but leaves us with more, gives us an epic fight scene, and leaves both sides with heartbreak. Hanako, Michael, Anthony, and Lorrie thoroughly explore the season 2 finale and what the events will mean for season 3.
In S2E7 of The Boys, the episode titled “Butcher, Baker, Candlestick Maker” brings us a lot of parallels to the real world with a fear-induced shooting, super villain propaganda, and an explosive Congressional hearing. Butcher deals with some long-overdue family drama, Hughie gets introduced to “supe porn”, and Homelander and Stormfront make a house call with disastrous results. Join the crew as we discuss the penultimate episode for Season 2.
“If the guys or anybody from this show ever listens to this podcast, thank you, thank you, thank you for 15 amazing years. Thank you, thank you, thank you for putting your heart and your soul into it and giving us these characters and giving us this experience and giving us this Supernatural family that will endure forever. Thank you, thank you, thank you.” – Hanako
This episode of the Fandom Hybrid Podcast is a collaboration with Cat, creator and hostess of the Sci-Fi Party Line Podcast (the show that gave me my start in podcasting, of which I am still a co-host for). We discuss the beginning of the end for the longest-running show in genre TV history, and give our thoughts over 15 seasons of story, fan experiences, and our love of this show, and of Sam and Dean Winchester.
Join the Fandom Hybrid crew as they discuss the new-ish Netflix series Cursed, which is one of the latest retellings of the King Arthur legend, with the main focus on the character of Nimue, a member of the Sky Fae race.
The FHP crew discuss S2E6 of The Boys, “The Bloody Doors Off”, which gives us a look at what happened the night Lamplighter killed Mallory’s grandkids and the history between Frenchie and Lamplighter. We find out more about Vought and Stormfront’s connection to Sage Grove, and we finally find out the true extent of Stormfront’s history.
Butcher lashes out in the midst of an existential crisis, The Deep dives deeper into the Church of the Collective, Black Noir finds what he’s been looking for, we are introduced to the phrase “laser my tits”, and MM becomes Hanako’s favorite character due to his television-watching habits. Join the crew as we discuss S2E5 “We Gotta Go Now”.
It’s back, it’s finally back!! Hanako is joined by her friend Kacey as they gush over the return of The Walking Dead. Listen as they discuss the long-overdue conclusion to Season 10, the new spinoff series The Walking Dead: World Beyond, and the future of the TWD universe.
In this episode of the podcast, Hanako, Michael, and Lorrie discuss S2E4 of The Boys, in which Starlight bonds with Hughie and MM on a road trip, Liberty’s identity is revealed, Butcher reunites with Becca, and Homelander confronts his enemies.
In S2E3, titled “Over the Hill with the Swords of a Thousand Men”, The Boys (and Kimiko) attempt to make an exchange aboard a Big Wet Dream, The Deep tries to find an in back into The Seven (with disastrous results), and Stormfront shows her true colors (let’s just say she is not a fan of black or yellow).
Oh, and Hughie is (you guessed it!) covered in blood…AGAIN.
In S2E2 of The Boys, Butcher has returned but his arrival causes tension within the group. Stormfront is making one helluva impression during her media tour with Starlight and Queen Maeve (“Girls Get it Done!”), A-Train makes a very awkward comeback, Homelander begins campaigning for Father of the Year (not!), and Hughie is covered in blood…AGAIN. Join us as we discuss the episode titled “Proper Preparation and Planning”.