Superman & Lois - Ampersand & Sons Podcast (Superman Homepage)

Superman & Lois - Ampersand & Sons Podcast (Superman Homepage)

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August 19, 2021 91 min
In this, the most technically challenged episode of Ampersand yet, the gentlemen discuss the final episode of this season, a few other assorted pop culture phenomena, and explain just exactly how Leslie Larr got into the unfortunate position she's in.
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As Julian becomes the Eradicator and Neal waxes about parrots in the explanation section, the gents vacillate wildly from dead serious rumination to jokes about ABVs, discussing the penultimate episode of the first season of "Superman & Lois".
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In this better late than never edition of "Ampersand & Sons," Neal talks with Julian from the road about the last two episodes of "Superman & Lois". Many unusual facts about the season arise, like the magical perfumed swamp set, and for once Neal is positive, and Julian is negative. Not an imaginary story! Not the world with Ultraman!
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Neal and Julian welcome TV writer and script coordinator Trevor Finn in a special episode without the boys to discuss the nature of production on shows like "Superman & Lois," and share some thoughts together about the construction of the last episode.
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In this episode of Ampersand, Julian debuts the WRONG button, and Neal is just wrong. They discuss the most recent episode of "Superman & Lois," and share some joy at one of the better depictions of the Clark and Lois romance and origin yet. We also learn there is a Bangkok in India on Earth-Faygo.
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Julian asks Neal a series of questions to force Neal to ad lib justifications for the flaws in this week's "Superman & Lois," resulting in some hilarious scenarios and far more lost brain cells. Milo explains a dead socket. Randy Macho Hulk Edge makes yet another lamentable but brief appearance.
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Neal has a Deathstroke and is possessed by the spirit of Randy Savage (who is actually Hulk Hogan) over the latest "Superman & Lois" episode. Julian does not hit him with a chair or join him in the ring, but instead provides a more neutral positive take. Milo and Ben return to join forces, with surprisingly different takes on the episode than expected.
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Neal and Julian talk about the last episode of "Superman & Lois" and discuss the show's approach to sensitive subjects. There is debate about Sam Lane's sanity and plot coherence. Neal offers a reasonable bid for a Murder Camper. The discussion of deconstructionist hero narratives continues with another look at Jupiter's Legacy. And hey, a wild Milo!
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Julian and Neal talk about how slipshod the plot is in "Superman & Lois" episode seven, while admiring a dynamic plot twist. Then the pair touch a difficult topic with a ten foot pole. Ben returns. Neal breathes on his son like Superman and gets surprising results.
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Julian and Neal talk about "Superman & Lois" episode "Broken Trust," touching upon issues of plot versus character. Neal does some bad bits, and Julian manages not to mock him too mercilessly. Also, the return of the boys! Well, a boy. You'll see.
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With no new episodes of "Superman & Lois" currently on TV, Julian and Neal finish their analysis of "Zack Snyder's Justice League," discuss the public reaction to it and then get ready for next week's return of "Superman & Lois" by trying to figure out how the show can possibly fit into the same universe as "DC's Legends of Tomorrow". Also, a good cause is discussed, and Neal is p...
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With no new episodes of "Superman & Lois" currently on TV, Julian and Neal continue their existential quest to examine every single facet of the Snyder Cut, and in the process open a door to another dimension and unleash a monstrous beast that wishes to destroy all of humanity. All of that is true except the latter two clauses of the last sentence. The opening of the movie and the plot choices of the movies are examined...
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With no new episodes of "Superman & Lois" currently on TV, Neal and Julian dive into Part One of Six of their longform look into "Zack Snyder's Justice League," touching upon initial elements of the plot, the creation of the movie, and some of the more toxic elements of the public reaction. The boys take a day off (they'll come in for the last episode).
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Neal and Julian talk at length about "The Best of Smallville" and also begin the prep for the long and drawn out discussion of the Snyder Justice League movie. The boys have surprisingly different opinions of the episode, and Neal fails at metaphors catastrophically more than once. Quite sad, really.
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Neal and Julian talk at length about the character choices vs. bad writing, and robust debate is had. The TV tries to get a word in, and much hay is made over some of the more humorous aspects of this most recent show's failings.
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Neal and Julian talk about superhero enhaced football, Superman's first day on the job, and the difference between parenting styles in Smallville. The sons, meanwhile, continue to differ from both Dads in fun and interesting ways...
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Julian Finn and Neal Bailey discuss "Heritage," the most recent "Superman & Lois" episode, and delve into the art of super parenting. One of the boys has a very surprising rating, and speculation abounds about the real identity of Captain Luthor.
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On the first AMPERSAND & SONS, Neal Bailey and Julian Finn make their introductions, and proceed straight into the first episode of "Superman & Lois," and why they think it’s off to a good start. Then the kids step in to give their reviews, offering an innocent take on the newest Superman story...
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