This week Jake and Sky watch The Leader part 1 of the Nick Animorphs series.
Several shocking revelations were made.
Marco and his dad share a super weird flirty paint fight, we get to see the Yeerk's human controller's uniforms, Marco quits Animorphing, and Tobias and Ax are nowhere to be found.
This week the fellas are joined by Jake Mason of podcasting fame for "The Stranger"
It's a Rachel spotlight about Ax.
We discuss how sketchy Rachel's dad's behavior is, Nets make a triumphant return to our podcast, the Elemist's force ghost makes an appearance, and the Animorphs continue to REFUSE TO MORPH or make any attempt to hide their identities.
Jake: @jj_mason, @morphingrid @PWTPodcast @CKTcast @kingdomsmarties @rebootcast
Jake and Sky take a trip down digitally projected through a regular portable dvd player memory lane with "Tobias" episode 1 of season 2 of Animorphs.
That was a long complicated sentence.
We question Ax's ability for rational thinking, Tobias remembers how he was never good at being a people, Marco does not appear at all, and Sky talks about battle bots some more.
This week Jake and Sky watch The Forgotten of the Nick Animorphs series. It seems as though whoever wrote this episode, forgot one half of the plot of the book this was based on.
We discuss the nature of the relationship Tobias and Rachel have, the Sharing has a weird civil war era campground, Jake the host makes Sky super uncomfortable, and the infamous Frannie makes her debut.
This week we finish the epic tale of Jake's Yeerkening with The capture part 2. It's a pretty ok second half.
We discuss how gross the Andelite hand looks, how we wish they would name the pc video game arcade cyber cafe thing so we can stop stumbling over what to call it, the logistics of holding a teen prisoner in a chair for 3 days, and we get super in the weeds at the end.
This week Jake and Sky watch The Capture part 1. Somewhere someone goofed up and the episode order is out of sync over at amazon, so we're playing it by ear.
We discuss how Visser 3 is selectively bad at being a human, the weight and dimension limits of a standard medical clinic's air ducts, Ax displays an Andelite physiology quirk that no one expected, and there is no reason the Animorphs still have secret identities.
This week our intrepid heroes Jake and Sky watch episode 9 The Reaction from the Nick Animorphs adaptation. It's the one with morph allergies.
We discuss the languishing status of California zoo's, how the morphing effects were actually pretty good in this one, and how the climax of the episode was all Rachel's fault.
This episode was recorded a year from the day we started doing this podcast!
We've had a lot of fun and watched a lot of garbage.
This week Jake and Sky have the pleasure of two guests from the SmashFiction podcast, Kit and MeganBob! There was a lot to discuss.
Kit and Bob prove their improv skills by "yes, and"ing us, we go over the 4 kinds of people in the world, there is an abundance of talk of cloacas and poop, we fret over Ax's digestive tract, and Ax "fights" Visser 3.
Thanks to everyone for an awesome year!
Smash Fiction Podcast: @SmashFicPodcast
This week is the oatmeal episode. It is what they refer to as "a doozy."
Jake and Sky are joined by a returning guest James as they try to unpack the madness of the episode.
We wince at the unfortunate portrayal of the mentally ill, discuss how Rachel really could be making better use of that Lion morph, and the kids huck water balloons filled with neurotoxin.
James: @discord_inc, @AxalonArchives
This Week Jake and Sky are joined by a returning guest, Alan Sells! We gathered round the old internet box to watch Animorphs Episode 6 The Message.
We speculate about language that is telepathic, lament the lack of Rachel, mock everyone for their poor decision making skills, and laugh at the extremely poor Andelite costumes.
@PWTpodcast, @CKTcast, @rebootcast, @Forging_Worlds