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I don't have anyone for Star Command, you are very welcome to join me for it at some point.  smile

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Episode 7 is live. My friend, professional magician and wrestling fan Leigh Milne joins me to talk about the wrestlers turn cops show Tag Team starring Jesse Ventura and Roddy Piper. The pilot had a season order and aired the night before the Superbowl of 1991, so what happened? SoundCloud, iTunes and-

https://dropthepilotpod.blogspot.co.uk/ … 991_4.html

The pilot is available to watch on Youtube, there is a link on my site. WARNING: Contains not one but TWO Scottish accents. You have been warned.

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Episode Eight is a go. John Pavlich (him again) joins me to have a natter about the live action fantasy drama Lost in Oz (2002) a sort of sequel to the 1939 movie The Wizard of Oz. We discuss the actors and not recognizing one of the better known ones, the odd meta plot point and the reason why it didn't go to series. Surprisingly, it is not because the network thought it was bad. The podcast can be found on  iTunes, SoundCloud and-

https://dropthepilotpod.blogspot.co.uk/

The pilot can only currently be found on Dailymotion as it has been taken down from Youtube. Enjoy!

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Epiosde 9 is up. Tysto/Zarban joins me again to chat about the John Woo directed but Dr. Smith-less The Robinsons: Lost in Space (2004)-

https://dropthepilotpod.blogspot.co.uk/ … -2004.html

The pilot can be viewed, in five parts, on Youtube. Links on my page.

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New episode: Owen Ward joins me to talk about the terrible sit-com pilot version of Clerks (1995). Kevin Smith had nothing to it so we talk about that, the cast and just how unfunny it is. I say "dick" a lot, so if that offends you, enjoy!

https://dropthepilotpod.blogspot.co.uk … -1995.html

The link to the pilot is on my site.

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New episode: John Pavlich returns to chat about the actually not bad 1989 comedy pilot B-Men. It was written by Dave Thomas, directed by Steve Miner and tells the tale of two high school students who become bounty hunters. Available ob iTunes, Soundcloud, Stitcher and here- https://dropthepilotpod.blogspot.co.uk/ … -1989.html

The pilot is on Youtube and is linked to on my site.

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New Episode: Tysto from Tysto Commentaries joins me to talk about Callahan, a comedy pilot from 1982 starring Jamie Lee Curtis and Ellis from Die Hard before he was known as Ellis from Die Hard. One of us really doesn't like this pilot. Enjoy!

https://dropthepilotpod.blogspot.co.uk/ … -1982.html

Link to the pilot on Youtube is on the site.

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New episode. Last week's was about the pilot Callahan. This week, I interview David Misch, the co-writer and producer of said pilot. It's a fun discussion with a writer who knows his pilot didn't work and he has theories as to why that is. David has also written for Mork & Mindy, Police Squad and Duckman. He was also credited as "Special Consultant" for his script doctoring on The Muppets Take Manhattan. On Stitcher, iTunes, SoundCloud and-

https://dropthepilotpod.blogspot.co.uk/ … er-of.html

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New episode. This week, I am joined by Jen from the Pilot Inspectors podcast to discuss the 2007 spoof Not Another High School Show. The pilot parodies teen shows such as Dawson's Creek and Buffy, which I watched. Sadly, it mostly spoofs The O.C., which I haven't but thankfully Jen has, so she helps fill in some of the gaps for me. On iTunes, Stitcher, SoundCloud, TuneIn and-

https://dropthepilotpod.blogspot.com/20 … -show.html

Link to the pilot (featuring Alison Brie as Muffy the Vampire Slayer) is on my site or can be searched for on Youtube.

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New episode, The Owl, 1991, John Pavlich, whatever-

https://dropthepilotpod.blogspot.com/20 … -1991.html

The links to the Youtube videos of BOTH version of the pilot are on my blog.  smile

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New episode- Zarban (as Tysto, the man has issues) joins me to talk about Bunco (1977) starring Robert Urich and Tom Selleck. But not Tom Selleck's moustache, he wasn't famous enough yet. They play two cops who just sit around for the majority of the pilot and let a female cop do all the work. Any way I write this synopsis makes it seem like a comedy or a satire. It is not.

https://dropthepilotpod.blogspot.com/20 … -1977.html

Available on SoundCloud (link on the blog), Stitcher, iTunes/Apple Podcasts, Listen Notes, Player FM etc.

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"Tysto?" Look — don't try to sell us on some bizarre mononym / pseudonym, alright? Just give us Zarban.

Teague Chrystie

I have a tendency to fix your typos.

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Ha, I call him Derek at one point just to confuse matters more. I edited that out, though, I just didn't want to risk it.

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I've seen the Road Trip you can't fool me, I know those are all different people.

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youtube.com/bigdamnartist

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zarban

Teague Chrystie

I have a tendency to fix your typos.

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BigDamnArtist wrote:

I've seen the Road Trip you can't fool me, I know those are all different people.

That's what I've been saying!  big_smile

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Episode 17 is up: Writer David Misch returns to talk Muppets. He wrote Inner Tube (1987), directed by Jim Henson but also contributed to The Muppets Take Manhattan and Frank Oz's Little Shop of Horrors, so it's a fun chat. Hope you enjoy.

https://dropthepilotpod.blogspot.com/20 … -1987.html

https://vignette.wikia.nocookie.net/muppet/images/7/78/ITy.jpg/revision/latest/scale-to-width-down/275?cb=20170701015623

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Episode 18 is a thing- Extended Edition's very own Martin/Faldor and I have a wee natter about Star Patrol from 2000. It's a Star Trek parody directed by Jonathan Frakes, maybe you've heard of him? He directed Clockstoppers. As usual, a link to view the pilot is on the blog-

https://dropthepilotpod.blogspot.com/20 … -2000.html

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Episode 19 is live. Tysto... sorry, Zarban... is back to discuss the marvellously odd 1973 pilot, Baffled! It stars Leonard Nimoy as a New York based race car driver who somehow gets psychic powers and travels to Devon, UK to solve a mystery that he saw in visions. It is a bit nuts and Tysto gets a tad confused as to just what the heck is going on. Part one of two as this ran a bit long because the pilot is feature length...

https://dropthepilotpod.blogspot.com/20 … t-one.html

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Episode 20 concludes the discussion on Baffled! Will Tysto finally work out just what is happening? Maybe. Listen to find out!

https://dropthepilotpod.blogspot.com/20 … t-two.html

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