Cast : Rob, Mike, and Elder
Topic :  World Building: Next Step
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Intro: Mexican Moonshine – Outro: I Spit on your Grave
Transition: Hang Me High – Shout Outs: Killer in Texas
Plugs: Thunder Over El Paso
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2:53 : Dresden Files Contest Winner
03:22 : Setting Creation Contest Winner
11:06 : Final Fantasy VII
11:11 : XenoGears
11:23 : Eternal Sonata
12:30 : Southland Tales
13:33 : Dexter
16:50 : Burn Notice
21:05 : Supernatural
21:40 : Battlestar Galactica
22:51 : The Unit
25:24 : Heros
30:38 : The Fly
32:03 : Firefly
32:19 : Farscape
32:33 : Buffy
33:16 : Star Trek
33:17 : Earth Final Conflict
34:11 : Jimi Hendrix
36:16 : Cowboy Bebop
36:45 : Family Guy
37:25 : Bleach
39:00 : Drive
39:50 : Deathrace
42:33 : Brimstone
42:55 : Ghost Rider (comics)
43:50 : Show Topic Begins
45:05 : The Strawman Conflicts Wiki

Rob: Gen Con
Mike: Leverage
Elder: Diablo 3

One Response to “Episode 70 – World Building: Next Step”

Jason Baldwin

August 17th, 2009 - 4:52 am

To your "television show that changes" question, the TV Series "Millennium" from 1996-1999 was drastically different in each of its three seasons. The first season was a CSI-esque police procedural where they chased down the serial killer of the week. It was kind of ahead of its time.

The second season was a conspiracy-laden thriller packed with secret societies and apocalyptic prophecy that ended with most of the main characters dead or gone. 95% of the stuff introduced in the first season was completely erased or ignored. The second season is some of the best television Ten Thirteen Productions ever put out. I can't recommend it enough.

The third season became a buddy cop show (in the vaguest sense) with 95% of the previous season erased or ignored, and it was a little too similar to The X-Files and it ultimately led to the show's demise, despite the addition of FBI Agent Baldwin.

Watch the first and last discs of Season 1, and all of Season 2. Fantastic stuff.

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