If you're not jacked in...you're not alive! So...jack in immediately! Jack in to the matrix. Jack in to your TV. Jack in to potatoes. And clouds. And bunnies. And the kitchen table. Jack in to everything (this instant) if you want to be alive! More importantly, jack in to this - the latest episode of Hush. Where Jess and John take you on a not-so-educational tour of late 90s cyberculture, while sharply criticising the Scooby Gang's frivolous attitude to tragic student death.
"Scary. I'll tell you something, though. There are a lot scarier things than you. And I'm one of them." Buffy Nightmares are becoming real! And maybe they are real. Or maybe they're not. We're confused and unsure. This one is stuffed with...stuff. Little House on the Prairie. Twin Peaks. Judy Blume. Confusion about baseball… Continue reading 1.10 Nightmares
Giles, unto every generation is born one who must run the annual talentless show. You cannot escape your destiny. Buffy Welcome back! It's episode 9 of the show that's all about dignity, and human feelings, and...personal hygiene or something. We've got Snyder (Yay!). We've got Xander not being an arsehole (Yay!). We've got the… Continue reading 1.09 The Puppet Show
Hear Jess and John natter (at length) about a key episode that's so key it might as well be a...giant key. And not an episode of a TV show. Which is, y'know, what it ultimately is. Hear the gross incompetence of The Three discussed. Hear John do a PERFECT impression of (an alleged) drug-addled Joyce. Hear Jess… Continue reading 1.07 Angel
Willow: "Why couldn't Xander be possessed by a puppy? Or some ducks?" It's episode 6! The Pack! Where John doesn't know his Gifts from his Crafts. Where Xander is, again, chastised most severely. Where the Malleus Maleficarum is compared to the Daily Mail. And where Noah (the bible fella) is called a fictional prick. This guy is pure… Continue reading 1.06 The Pack
Hope, wrote Emily Dickinson, is the thing with feathers. Owen (she didn't write) is the pretentious thing with a gormless face you so want to slap. Anyway, it's Episode 5 - "Never Kill a Boy on the First Date". Where we chatter about: inner sanctums (ooer), sackfuls of imitation gold watches, Colin-a-likes and the ongoing tosspottery of Xander. All the while wondering - where the blinking flip is Joyce?!
Join us for the sad (and brutally cut short) tale of Dr. Virgin MD (the Doc who couldn't tell an ant from a beetle). Otherwise known as, "Teacher's Pet".
No vamps? No Angel? No Darla? No Colin? (sob) What's going on?! Well, nasty witchcraft is going on. And Buffy's gotta stop it. While singing Macho Man. Expect more crappy Joyce parenting. Expect psychotic courier truck drivers. Expect much love for Amy. And expect Jess getting hot & bothered over that dreamy Mr. Giles.
Get out your scythes and sickles, baby, it's time for The Harvest! Actually, put them away. They look sharp. And pointy. And dangerous. Instead, listen to Jess and John talk about sexual sucking, unfair vampire hierarchies, the loveliness of Colin, blue balls, interrupted climaxes, and lots more!
Join us as we criticise Joyce's parenting. As we 'admire' Angel's velvet coat. As we try to figure out if, like Giles, we'd choose a cup of Bovril over being stuck in The Bronze with a 90s post-grunge band.
Listen to the trailer for Hush: A Buffy Podcast