Episode 13 – Spies Like Us w/ Chris Roberson

It finally happened. We breached the 2 hour mark. For those who hate how long our episodes are, maybe you can blame writer Chris Roberson for being too interesting, as he talks about Cinderella: From Fabletown with Love and his upcoming title I, Zombie. Or, you can blame Dr. K, since he stops by to talk about his trip with Sims to the infamous South of the Border. Or maybe, just maybe…you can blame the REGGAETON AIR HORN. Either way, it’s an episode of international intrigue and racist tourist traps. And really, how can you shortchange any of that?

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12 thoughts on “Episode 13 – Spies Like Us w/ Chris Roberson”

  1. This episode rules! You could go on for like, 6 hours Scharpling style and it would be most dope. Also the South Of The Border embedded reporter portion of the show is startling and endlessly fascinating. Thanks for the great show!

  2. Excellent episode as usual, guys. I could listen to South Of The Border tales for hours on end.

    Regarding the length of the last few episodes- don’t let the negative comments get you down. I, for one, love having a longer podcast to listen to on long workdays.

    Rock on, Ajax crew.

  3. I don’t wanna be a hater, and just so we’re cool I did love this episode and even the discussion of Rom-Coms…but I kinda got sick of the airhorn soon into it 🙂

  4. I don’t think I can thank you guys (and Chris Roberson) enough for introducing me to Dean Martin’s Matt Helm films. Listened to the episode this morning and added the boxed set to my Amazon wishlist immediately. Tina Louise, Hydrogen lasers, government flying saucers, Batman’s King Tut as a Chinese villain, and fight choreography by Bruce Lee? How did I not know these films existed! You have brought meaning to my life, WRA!

  5. This episode made me watch “Bridget Jones” and a succession of Hugh Grant-helmed British romantic comedies. I hope you two are happy…

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