Look Ma, no puns! Instead, we've got prequels, sequels, mythology, prophecy, and when it's better Not To Know.
Ursa reviews a pop science book on epidemiology and evidence-based medicine that's fun, accessible, hilarious... and occasionally really scary.
Ursa's discusses her favorite film in the Cornetto trilogy, why Nicholas Angel is so great, and alternate reads on character sexuality.
In this two-part episode, Ursa takes a crack at Revenge of the Sith and the joys of people taking action while advancing the plot through dialogue.
The Lion King: it's a family movie. And that's a good thing! Ursa discusses Winning All The Awards, family vs. children's media, and universal themes.
Time for a book review with an Old-Timey Magical Rebel with a Cause. Let's dance, magic dance.
Mawwaige... is what brings us here today. Well, that and talking about how totally fantastic Evie is, the dearth of happily married movie couples, and why Ursa loves The Mummy Returns, even though it's dumb.
More terrible puns, weird acting choices, the perils of directing, and baby Jedi named Liam! We've got it all!
This episode, Ursa is truly... well... enchanted, and she's talking Disney, cynicism, magic, and why reference jokes do not a good film make. Plus, Amy Adams holds a live fish in her mouth while talking to Ariel.
What does Ursa think of The Phantom Menace? Why are the Star Wars prequels in a Stuff You Like episode at all? What is Moosebutter? What is fandom? Who originated the phrase, "Jar Jar, you're a genius!" and made me believe it? And exactly what is Darths and Droids? Some of these questions will be answered in this very episode! Some are mysteries for the ages.
Riddle me this, Marvel fans: what do Captain America movies tell you about being a man? It's a friendship and teamwork extravaganza, don't you know.
The Discworld! Terry Pratchett! Sky One! Visuals that are (mostly) gorgeous, main characters who are (mostly) brilliant, and a three-hour miniseries that should have been shorter. But still, Death is in it. And he's wonderful. Also, Ursa talks about hero/villain shipping.
Tony Stark: Not just Iron Man any more. In this episode, Ursa discusses the crumbling of Tony's hyper-masculine ideal to reveal someone who's actually... kind of great.
Ursa's not the keenest on Thor: The Dark World, so she's getting it out of the way before getting onto the good Avenger movies of MCU Phase 2. We talk Loki, being good in bits and pieces, and why cruelty to the shell-shocked isn't funny.
This episode: Galaxy Quest! Which is to say: belief, placebo, Thermians, Jason Nesmith as totally-not-William-Shatner, and the most affectionate Star Trek parody ever.
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