Ep27 – #yayhamlet + Lostrested Development

It’s Crossover Appeal’s one-year anniversary, so pull the magic democracy plug and come join the dance of Mister Snake Miser! Walt and Annie talk corporate intrigue and fix all Damon Lindelof’s problems, by mashing up not one, not two, but FOUR special blast-from-the-past properties. Angelica Schuyler’s time travel causes even more problems than before, but not even the unholy union of Ben and Lucille can solve the problem that is Tobias. Check us out on iTunesSoundcloud, and Stitcher for all of that crossover to the power of crossover goodness. Plus: our favorite recommendations from the last year, for all your reading and watching needs. Thanks for sticking with us this far, folks, and here’s to another great year! 

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Ep15 – Les Misérables + Wreck-It Ralph

Who am I? I’m bad, and that’s good. I will never be good, and that’s not bad. There’s no one I’d rather be than me–24601!

In this episode, we look at what it means to be the villain and the hero, and why we need a video game version of one of the lesser French revolutions. Check out episode 15 on iTunesSoundcloud, and Stitcher for all our thoughts Javert’s mistaken character alignment (critical fail on charisma), the best minor character names since the Hunger Games, and revolutionary bros.

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Also, apparently someone did make a Les Mis-inspired video game, and it is bananas.

Ep12 – Hamilton + Hamlet

In Denmark you can be a new man! In honor of Alexander Hamilton’s birthday, we bring you the crossover that the universe (and that lady who shouted at Lin-Manuel Miranda on the street) foretold: Hamilton meets Hamlet! Check out Ep12 on iTunesSoundcloud, and Stitcher, and listen to us talk about the weight of a family legacy, guys who never stop talking, and which Schuyler sister has secret superpowers.

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