Podcast: The Demented Encyclopedia #17 - The One Where Han Solo Is Caramelized.

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Well, it's our final episode. I know it's late, but (as I said) there were some pod-o-matic issues. Anyway, on with the show. Before the main topic, we give some plugs/Recommend A...'s. For our farewell, we give our Top 5 favorite cliffhanger endings. While most are from movies, some are from television shows, as well. Beware, this episode is very spoiler heavy. And we also go into more movies than just our Top 5 lists, so if you're worried about having any particular movies spoiled, take a gander at the list of movies/shows we discuss (this is in alphabetical, not chronological):

28 Weeks Later...
Back to the Future
Back to the Future Part II
Blade Runner
Chronicles of Riddick
CSI: Las Vegas
CSI: Miami
Evil Dead
Evil Dead 2
Final Destination
Final Destination 2
Hills Have Eyes, The (Remake)
Italian Job, The (Original)
Kill Bill Vol. 1
Mortal Kombat
Pirates of the Caribbean 2: Dead Man's Chest
Saw 3
Saw 6
Saw 7 (Leaked Comic-Con info for the beginning of the movie)
Silent Hill
Sopranos, The
Star Wars Episode V: The Empire Strikes Back
Street Fighter
Super Mario Bros.
Thelma and Louise
Thing, The
Troll 2
Twin Peaks

After our lengthy discussion on cliffhangers, we mosey on into a Film vs. Film. Travis defends Saw 3 while I defend Saw 6. And once we struggle hating on a series we both enjoy, we end the show with a double dose of the Mono-Dia-logues of the Week. That's right, both of us do 2.

And that'll about do it!

Thanks goes out to Kevin MacLeod's Imcompetech Website for the music. As always, you can use the player above to listen to the podcast, or you can search iTunes, where we are also available for download. The earlier episodes are being removed from the player for space, but you can still always download them on iTunes.

Finally, thanks to everybody who has been a fan and supported the show. It's been a good run!

1 comment:

  1. Great episode, guys! It's almost a shame this is the final episode. Plus that theme music is catchy as hell.

    And I love the ending! You should've put "Dont Stop Believing" at the end real quick during it.


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