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Episode 215: Personal Foodways

2022-10-14T05:38:18-08:00October 11th, 2022|

Amish soul food ... hear us out. Listen to Smart Mouth: iTunes • Google Podcasts • Stitcher • Spotify • RadioPublic • TuneIn • Libsyn Chris Scott, Homage: Recipes and Stories from an Amish Soul Food Kitchen Check out all our episodes so far here. If you like, pledge a buck or two on Patreon. Smart Mouth newsletter Smart Mouth IG Links: Chicken & Waffles with Carl [...]

SWEET HOSTAGE with Claudia Lonow— Part One!

2022-09-27T20:28:35-08:00September 26th, 2022|

We're in for another wild one as Sam is joined by guest Claudia Lonow to tackle the 1975 made for tv film Sweet Hostage, starring Martin Sheen and Linda Blair. What can go wrong when you get into cars with strang men? Help support Monday Afternoon Movie by pledging money on our [...]

DIARY OF A TEENAGE HITCHHIKER with Naomi Ekperigin — Part Two!

2022-09-20T23:26:25-08:00September 19th, 2022|

Part Two of DIARY OF A TEENAGE HITCHHIKER has arrived! Sam is joined again by super guest Naomi Ekperigin to discuss the second half of the 1979 TV movie starring Charlene Tilton. Who is the man in the scary car? Will anyone stop Dana from being a terrible friend? Which [...]

DIARY OF A TEENAGE HITCHHIKER with Naomi Ekperigin — Part One!

2022-09-20T23:48:51-08:00September 12th, 2022|

It’s super funny how hitchhiking used to be a thing everyone did to get aroun, but once people got it in their heads that it was dangerous and people could die, we stopped. Yet the whole time America also has this whole gun thing, which is emphatically worse and more [...]

LITTLE LADIES OF THE NIGHT with Daniele Gaither — Part Two!

2022-09-20T20:41:40-08:00September 8th, 2022|

Sam's latest adventure down the seedy streets of Hollywood Boulevard reaches its thrilling conclusion! And Daniele Gaither is here again too, though we're not sure if this one constitutes her fourth appearance on the show or just an extension of her third. Math is hard!   Follow Sam Pancake on [...]

Thrilling Tales of Old Video Games: Is Princess Lana Based on Palutena from Kid Icarus?

2022-08-09T04:01:15-08:00July 27th, 2022|

Captain N: The Game Master was a Saturday morning cartoon that celebrated the video games of the 8-bit era while also making the basest commercial pitch of “Hey, kids, buy this thing!” In fact, what I’m writing about in this post represents Captain N doing both of these things simultaneously, [...]

Thrilling Tales of Old Video Games: Is Samurai Shodown II Referencing a Real-Life 16th-Century Cyborg?

2022-07-29T00:27:42-08:00July 19th, 2022|

Is Samurai Shodown II Referencing A Real-Life 16th-Century Cyborg? Released in 1993, the first Samurai Shodown found enough success that a second game hit arcades in 1994, bringing with it four new playable characters: Genjuro Kibagami, a mercenary swordsman and new rival for protagonist Haohmaru; Nicotine Caffeine, a diminutive Japanese [...]

Smart Mouth Newsletter: Mayo & Menstruation

2022-07-15T01:12:15-08:00July 14th, 2022|

I’m meeting my family up in Carmel Valley where, if it were artichoke season, we’d be going hog wild on them. (Central Californians pronounce them arty-choke. Anyone else?) We dip the leaves in mayo, and don’t worry about the reproductive abilities of the person who made it. -Katherine Read the [...]

Thrilling Tales of Old Video Games: The Real-Life Revolutionaries Behind Charlotte from Samurai Shodown

2022-07-29T00:33:23-08:00July 12th, 2022|

Thrilling Tales of Old Video Games: The Real-Life Revolutionaries Behind Charlotte From Samurai Shodown Jul 12, 2022 written by Drew Mackie A sort of period piece Street Fighter with swords, Samurai Shodown is a fighting game series whose characters draw from a variety of real-life sources. Some of the inspirations [...]

Sarah T., Portrait of a Teenage Alcoholic with Sarah Thyre — Part One!

2022-07-15T01:12:50-08:00July 11th, 2022|

Welcome to a new season of Sam Pancake Presents the Monday Afternoon Movie! We’re approaching the made-for-TV wonders of the 1970s a bit differently this season, and instead of gawking at the horrors of the supernatural and macabre, we are focusing on a different kind of scary movie: cautionary tales about [...]

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