: rotation both times, again. For the Outside
: Stuff selection, it's..."Post-Screening
: Q&A with Joel & the Cast" (that's
: post 1101 screening)...
This was one of the perks made available to Kickstarter supporters of the new season. It's basically Joel, Jonah, Felicia, Baron & Hampton answering questions e-mailed in from viewers via Facebook. The questions ranged from how the show was made to clarification of a bunch of plot elements. The cast answered the questions very good-naturedly and they clearly enjoyed the session. There was also a guest appearance by Servo & Crow, who answered a few questions directed at them. They even answered the one I sent in. (It's at the 42 min. mark.)
: and for the original
: stuff, it's another new episode, and I
: understand the titles, at least, are no
: longer embargoed. Thus, we have..."Cry
: Wilderness" (Show 1102).
Okay, as before, here's the count for those who haven't seen the episode yet.
And here we are.
The movie was a good choice. It's a rather disorganized tale of a young boy, his relationship with Bigfoot and his father, respectively. There are a lot of cute animals, some Native American mysticism, wildly changeable climate, and a cute who's thisclose to be an American version of the Japanese Monster Child. I've seen others compare it to "Pod People" from the old show, and it's a pretty close comparison. This one just has a lower body count.
The riffing was fine, and the seemed to be going a bit slower with the jokes. It's still tough to differentiate the voices, but it's still early. The host segments were good, and featured a great cameo by...no, I can't spoil that, even with the countdown. Definitely a good experiment.
What do you think, viewers at home?
Watch out for snakes.