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Love: Adam Neely Alex’s Love this episode is Bassist, Composer, and Youtuber Adam Neely. He talks up his work, including electro-jazz covers of “Hello” and “Run Away With Me” and his instructional videos on subjects ranging from music theory to the controversial key of “Hey Joe.” Andy meanwhile learns that music theory is super racist and just wher…
 
Love: Patrick Stewart For his Love this episode, Andy talks up one of the acting titans of the Sci-Fi, Comic, and Shakespearean Nerdoms, Sir Patrick Stewart. He discusses Stewart’s 60+ year career with everyone from the Royal Shakespeare Company to Star Trek to American Dad, and the special place that Jean-Luc Picard holds in his heart. Alex, meanw…
 
Love: RA Salvatore Andy (quite literally) takes the stage at the top of the episode, as he first of all sums up the discussion around the 20-or-son minutes of audio that were sadly lost for this recording which, douchebag buffer aside, are all about fantasy author RA Salvatore. He talks up the man’s prolific commitment to the craft, his dynamic cha…
 
Cory and Noah welcome Ghost Notes first guest to the show, Adam Neely. Most people can associate colors with songs and music in some way. Some songs just feel "red". What is the relationship of color and music like for the typically listener and for someone with synesthesia like Adam. 12tone: https://twitter.com/12tonevideos Polyphonic: https://twi…
 
Love: King of the Hill Alex delves back into the glory days of FOX’s Animation Domination to talk about Mike Judge’s animated sitcom, King of the Hill. He gives some history into its development (including MVP Greg Daniels), Andy asks if Hank Hill might be the greatest animated father of all time, and *POCKET SAND!* Hate: Video Game Crunch Culture …
 
For the latest in the Triple Love Special series, Alex and Andy spend an episode talking up movie director/writer, composer, satirist, and all-around awesome dude, John Carpenter They begin with a primer on Carpenter’s early years, from his time as a two time college drop-out) once for music, once for film) to his first couple of film effort, which…
 
Love: The Muppets Andy finally pulls the trigger on one he’s had back-burnered for a while and talks all things Muppets. He and Alex delve into some fond childhood moments, what makes these characters as universal as they’ve been, even decades onward from the original show, the surprising origins of “The Rainbow Connection,” and all of why Jim Hens…
 
Love: Phil Lamarr Alex’s Love this episode is onscreen and voice actor extraordinaire, Phil Lamarr. He talks Lamarr’s minute career in movies, his prolific career in onscreen TV, and his absolutely incredible career voicing iconic characters in animation (and only to of them involve Chris Rock impersonations). Andy gets to spend a little time playi…
 
On this episode, Melissa catches up with RHOC's "Hottest Housewife" Tamra Judge. Tamra tells Melissa how it really went down when she was told she would no longer be on the RHOC, how she really feels about Shannon and if we can expect a "Tres Amigas reunion, what it would take for her to return to RHOC, and why she's saving a seat for "Jesus Jugs".…
 
Love: Batman Beyond Andy takes his Love time this episode to discuss one of the under-appreciated gems of Bruce Timm’s DC animated universe, Batman Beyond. He talks about what makes it special and unique compared to most Batman and comic book character stories, his personal connection to its run, and the greatness of the Terry McGuiness character. …
 
On this episode, Melissa has “girl talk” with former RHOC cast member, Meghan King. Of course Meghan is not a side piece, but she does discuss her current and former side pieces (read Will Roos and Jim Edmonds), how she was really cast to be on RHOC, seeing ghosts, and fills us in on if she'd ever be a Bravo housewife again!…
 
Love: Rom-Coms Alex gets uncharacteristically sentimental this episode to talk up one of his favorite genres of film, the Romantic Comedy. After some history and some definitions, he talks at length about the versatility of the Rom-Com formula, the value of both diverting from and embracing a formula, and why you should all go watch Music and Lyric…
 
On this episode, Melissa sets sail with Below Deck's Captain Lee. We know what you're thinking...Captain Lee isn't a side piece... and you're right, but he is awesome! Melissa and Captain Lee get into why he thought his career was over when Below Deck started filming, which celebrity he'd love to welcome aboard the yacht, and who in his crew he'd l…
 
On this episode, Melissa is talking with one part of #CHILL, broadcaster and side piece to RHOA star Cynthia Bailey, Mike Hill. The two dive into why Cynthia was his favorite RHOA even though he was married to someone else, how a thirst trap Instagram photo got his attention to text Cynthia, and why he really turned the camera off during the filmin…
 
Love: Jason Aaron’s Thor Andy takes the Love segment this time to gush about one of his favorite recent comic book runs, Thor, as written by Jason Aaron. He discusses how the seven-year run successfully pulled off the long game of gradually taking years to pay off plot points, how it introduced characters (and character interpretations) that are be…
 
On this episode, Melissa has a delicious conversation with Chef Tracey Bloom from Bravos' "Don't Be Tardy". The two discuss how she went to Kim Zolciak's house for the first time and "never left", the one dish she just can't ever seem to get right, what she wants in a lover, and sets the record straight on her son, Kannon.…
 
Welcome to the first episode of Side Piece! Host Melissa Pfeister sits down with Bravo's Real Housewives of Salt Lake City side piece Seth Marks; husband of RHOLSC cast member Meredith Marks. They dive right into Seth and Meredith's marriage, why Seth was hesitant to be a part of the newest housewives show, how being on RHOSLC changed their relatio…
 
Love: Carol Kaye Alex takes his Love this episode to discuss one of unsung heroes of music history, bassist Carol Kaye. He goes into her biography, her bad-assitude, and the controversial aspects of her career, from pick-playing to Motown. Andy gets forgiven for confusing her with Carol Kane, gets a much-needed reminder for how terrible a person Be…
 
Love: Ducktales Andy brings the love this episode to discuss a Disney reboot that he actually enjoys, the 2017 Ducktales cartoon. He talks about the rich voiceover cast, the deep storylines and lengthened character work the creators brought to the franchise, and just how much it’s taken over his Disney Plus experience. Alex meanwhile talks about ho…
 
Love: Tofu Alex starts this episode with a food that he very much enjoys despite every negative association thrown at it: Tofu. He discusses a little of its history and a lot of its misunderstood nature, particularly in the pop culture landscape, and debunks a couple of myths. Andy is reminded of the importance of seasoning and reminds everyone tha…
 
Love: Collectable Card Games Andy opens this episode with another nostalgia point, bringing everyone into the world of collectable card games. He details the history of the nerd niche, both generally and his own, Alex owns up to being both a Pokémon and a Yu-Gi-Oh! kid, and both of them take entirely too much time talking about a Christian CCG call…
 
For the latest Triple Love Special, Andy and Alex explore everyone’s favorite long-running Super Spy franchise, James Bond. Alex starts in with a primer on the origins of the character, specifically as a literary entity, and the formulaic approach used by most of the stories, and its influence on every spy story to come after. Andy follows up with …
 
Love: The Blues Alex kicks off this triumphant return to the podcast with an episode that was recorded before the hiatus even started, and he’s talking Blues Music in it. He gives a brief history and characterization of the Mother of All Music genres, complete with a recommendation for one of its finest new artists (seriously, y’all, listen to Chri…
 
Love: Rob Reiner Alex takes a page from Andy’s usual wheelhouse to discuss director, actor, writer, and activist Rob Reiner. He talks up the highlights of his career, from Meathead Michael Stivic in All In The Family to the 80’s and 90’s heyay of his directing to his recent turns on New Girl and Hollywood. Andy tries to nail down exactly how he pul…
 
Love: Redwall Andy takes his love time this episode to bring up a childhood favorite, Brian Jacques Redwall series. He discusses its broad, sweeping chronology, ambiguous but awesome use of animal characters, and how ity taught him to love huge, contained universes. Alex, meanwhile, asks about he dark stuff, like torture, and defends showing kids m…
 
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