Join Scott and Hamish as they take a look back at a classic video game that launched an entire genre: "Street Fighter II"! Listen as they discuss the history of this game, from starting out as an arcade cabinet sequel, to becoming one of Capcom's best selling titles ever, and later spawning feature films, an animated series, and a toy line. They'll breakdown and review each character, each stage, each bonus round, and each unique character ending. Why have these characters joined this tournament? How old would these characters be now? What does the "M" in M. Bison stand for? They'll answer all of these questions and much much more! From the uselessness of Ken and the terrible parenting of Guile to the strange grieving of Chun Li and M. Bison's lack of organizational skills, they'll discuss it all! So rip off your denim vest,keep eating your nabe, and fly around the world with us! Hadouken!
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Join Scott, Kevin, and Sarah as they welcome a very special guest to the show, Fenway Park organist Josh Kantor! Josh is a super talented musician who happens to have a unique regular gig, entertaining nearly 39,000 people, 81 times a year! Listen as Josh recounts how he got his prestigious job with the Boston Red Sox, how he prepares on game day, and the various themes to his clever song selections that some fans might miss. He'll also talk about his musical hero and mentor, the legendary Chicago White Sox organist Nancy Faust, what her guidance and influence over the years has meant to him, and the amazing adventure of winning her original ballpark organ in a charity auction and the subsequent "organ transplant" bringing it back home. If that wasn't enough, he'll also talk about his other musical ventures, such as playing with former members of R.E.M. as well as his love for "The Best Show with Tom Scharpling", including how he impressed fans and Tom alike by playing the show's theme during Boston's championship clinching game 6 of the 2013 World Series. So get ready for some fun with one of the most beloved people at America's most beloved ball park!
Join Scott and Steve as they take a history-rich look back an an often forgotten chapter in the Indiana Jones franchise: the early 1990's ABC TV series "The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles"! Listen as they breakdown and review the episode "Ravenel, France 1917", which served as the first part of the made for TV movie "Attack of the Hawkmen". They'll discuss the amazing historical accuracy of this fictional account of Indiana Jones' World War I assignment as a photographer for the French flying squadron known as the Lafayette Escadrille and his encounters with the feared pilot better known as The Red Baron. They'll also discuss creator George Lucas' meticulous timeline for these globe-spanning adventures in Indiana Jones' life, as well as his apparent penchant for adjusting his work years later. Aside from the story, they'll talk about the many real-life people Indy encounters in the episode and how their portrayals match up to their real stories. If you are a history buff, this is the Hitting Play episode for you!