Laura pitches a high fantasy heist novel with an exasperated protagonist and astronomically high stakes, and Sean changes his stance on “disappearing magic” stories- just this once. Theme Song: Around the Block by the Mike Janzen Trio
[/audio We debate which movie monster is the tenderest lover, and Raven takes us from greyscale to a world full of magic and colour- and look, we know what you’re thinking, but no it’s not The Wizard of Oz.
Zenon attempts to systematically kill off the cast of FI in a christmas-themed slasher movie, while everyone else desperately tries to counter-pitch him with something less violent.
Laura’s tired of drinking the holiday koolaid eggnog, Raven gets snowed in on the highway on the way home for the holidays, and just like last year we have way too many guests crammed into our Christmas special! Featuring Robbin Wai, Raven McBride, and Zenon Teodorczyk.
Left field! Over the middle! Pop fly! Home run! That’s right, we’re playing Curveball again, and these pitches are coming so thick and fast we can barely keep up!
That’s right, the Smorgasbord of Horrors is back with a heel-face turn. It’s an episode full of Xenogastronomy but (shockingly) not gastrointestinal distress, accompanied by some sweet food-themed pitches! Theme Song: Around the Block by the Mike Janzen Trio
Sean wants to use VR technology to jam with faraway friends, Raven wonders how empathic powers would affect your social life, and Laura thinks murder would add some spice to celebrity game shows. Theme Song: Around the Block from the album Mombacho by the Mike Janzen Trio.
Frankly Implausible’s top 3 guests return in part 2 of our Holiday Special! This time, Sean pitches the Tolkien/Christmas crossover Peter Jackson is too scared to adapt. Also debuting this week: the magical new segment Once A-Pawn A Time by Natalie Martin. Featuring Guests: Raven McBride, Robbin Wai and Natalie Martin Theme song Around the […]
In this all-new Holiday Special, Laura takes a beloved family classic- and drives it straight off the road. Revolution, vengeance, and sugar plum dreams await in… The Fight Before Christmas.
On this super spooky episode, Sean’s tale of horror and heroism unfolds for an unfortunate group of kids on All Hallows’ Eve, while Raven asks: what we would do if mere insects started plotting against us?
With Laura out sick, all semblance of order breaks down on this week’s Pitch Me Something — two guests, no pitches and a full episode of our most popular segment. In the wake of Hallowe’en, Raven, Sean and Zenon spook their digestive systems with Xenogastronomy: Smorgasboard of Horrors! Listen — if you dare! (But for real, though […]
Raven wonders if herding octopuses is easier than herding cats, Laura explores how a modern selkie would keep her skin (and her heart) safe, and Sean targets deep sea submarines in the greatest journey to the deep you’ll never see. Theme Song: Around the Block from the album Mombacho by the Mike Janzen Trio.
Laura takes us on a journey to Camp Half-Blood in an attempt to fix the Percy Jackson movies, and Sean brings Jurassic Park out of the park and unleashes dinosaurs on an unsuspecting world. You can find more of Raven here! Theme Song: Around the Block from the album Mombacho by the Mike Janzen Trio.
Laura confronts the millennial horror of moving back in with your parents, and Raven’s more interested in the technical aspect of building giant robots than fighting with them. Theme Song: Around the Block from the album Mombacho by the Mike Janzen Trio
Sean Pitches a bigger world for the pokemon franchise, Raven desperately tries to redeem Netflix’s Deathnote movie, and Laura admires a strong woman in a Turtle-dominated field. Theme Song: Around the Block from the album Mombacho by the Mike Janzen Trio.
Sean brings back giant monsters by way of terrible Japanese sparkling water, Raven builds an Advance Wars game that might be more about peace, and Laura delves into the politics of Avatar: The Last Airbender. Theme Song: Around the Block from the album Mombacho by the Mike Janzen Trio Download Episode 3
Laura calls up the specter of the Danny Phantom franchise; Sean pitches the long overdue film adaptation of DC’s biggest dorks; and guest Raven McBride offers up alternate endings on a brand new scale. Theme Song: Around the Block from the album Mombacho by the Mike Janzen Trio Download Episode 3