Aaron and Carlin return to talk about Roger Moore’s debut entry in the Bond franchise…Live and Let Die. Questions are both raised and answered. Was this the best movie for Roger Moore to start with? Is Sheriff Pepper horribly annoying? Is 1973 Jane Seymour prettier than post-1973 Jane Seymour? Is Roger Moore’s Bond kind of creepy? Is this movie racist? Is Paul McCartney the man? How complicated can it be to make coffee? We should have asked Pepi Foods that last question…
It’s another episode of the best James Bond-themed podcast you’ll find on the internet. Or worst. We’ve heard both opinions. Maybe this is the episode that will settle it once and for all. We dip back into the Sean Connery well and delve into his first of three last James Bond films. We also create a new segment for the show that will change the face of podcasting forever!
It’s episode 007 so what better way to celebrate that than delve into the 1983 classic, Octopussy? (Okay, there’s probably lots of better ways to celebrate, but we had to cover this movie at some point…) In this episode, Aaron appoints himself a mediator between the feuding Carlin and Alabama Dog, Carlin shows a renewed devotion to making this podcast what it should be, and dodgeball takes an interesting turn. Plus, how about those stunt people?
Things get crazy this episode when Carlin and Aaron discuss the much-loved, much-revered Goldfinger. But only after drastic developments are made on the dodgeball teams. This is sure to be a controversial episode amongst fans of dodgeball and Carlin alike. You might want to listen to this show before Odd Job coats you in liquid gold.
In this episode, Aaron and Carlin kill off the Dalton films and cover License to Kill. But not until after Aaron makes a point to try to kill off the feud between Carlin and Alabama Dog. But Alabama Dog kills the chances of that happening. Carlin also tries to kill Aaron’s enthusiasm for his dodgeball team. There’s a whole lot of killing going on this episode, but no one has a license for it.
It’s June 007th and that means episode 0010 is live. We ask for plenty of audience interaction on this episode so feel free to chime in with your thoughts on “The Man with the Golden Gun”. Carlin and Aaron guarantee to talk about at least half of the movie, as little about Sheriff Pepper as possible, and what Sam Mendes should do to make the next Bond film perfect. Did you get your high level goals done? Don’t worry, make listening to this one of them.