We’ve finally returned from our exile to grant you the joy of listening once again to the World’s Greatest Podcast!*
Sarah and Will have been watching Sherlock, it’s a fascinating show, and the end of the series brings forth a lot of questions (SPOILER WARNING!)
Graham has been watching Breaking Bad, he’s only on the second series, so no spoilers please. (He’s also been watching Sherlock too, but that was rather dull having all of us talk about it.)
Doctor Who and Sherlock won awards at the NTA’s; Best Drama and Best Drama Performance for Matt Smith and Doctor Who and Best TV Detective for Benedict Cumberbatch.
Batman/Superman has been moved back to 2016, we discuss whether or not we should be concerned.
Gal Gadot has signed a three picture deal with Warner Bros. We also give our opinions on her casting, as we haven’t done so yet.
Finally, we move into talking about the Bechdel Test. Sarah says that the Test was devised a couple of years ago, but it was actually first mentioned in 1985, sorry about that. We talk about the benefits and downsides of the Test.
Finally, we move into the fun and games section. Where Sarah gives you this quote to answer:
"Discourtesy is unspeakably ugly to me."
Following that, we move onto the Elevator Pitch, where we have thirty seconds to pitch a randomly generated film title to the other two hosts who then score points on how well we did.
3 - Green Light
2 - Screen Test
1 - See the Script
0 - Don’t let the door hit you on the way out
At the end of the round, the scores look like this;
We then ask you, the audience, for help. We want you to give each of us two actors, we will then have to link them in six other actors or fewer, going only through their bodies of work. Once again, send your choices to IWGCast@imwithgeek.com or leave them in the comments below, along with any questions you may wish to ask us.
And that’s your lot for this week. We’ll be back next time with your answers and Six Degrees. We hope to see you there!
*There is no confirmation that we are the World's Greatest Podcast. We've probably got a long way to go before that
Outro music was composed by Rob Harman, find his music here, and his Facebook page here, check him out.