(Torchwood) Episode 43 – Whales, trust funds, and she’s Jen and proud of it!


Episode 43 of the Poufwa Exchange has been released!

This title has been shortened to not give away a classic Jen Classic line that is likely already available via Twitter.

Tonight, in preparation for our third season in a few weeks, Jen Classic and I offer a rundown of other fandoms we’re hooked on at the moment, including shocking revelations about how Jen spends her time and money!

Getting to it, we offer our thoughts in reviewing Torchwood: Miracle Day’s much improved fourth and fifth episodes, Escape to LA and The Categories of Life.

The fight against PhiCorp takes the Torchwood team to California, where a trap is waiting. Meanwhile, Oswald, and Jilly find themselves with an enemy of their own.

After going undercover, the unit learns what is really going on with the Miracle.  And as the enemy draws nearer, mortality is about to make a comeback in a most unnerving way.

In this episode, we discuss:

Falling Skies; that which shall not be named; Star Trek fan fiction that costs $12; my thoughts on naked men; Jen’s entirely different thoughts on naked men; our exactly-the-same thoughts on the beautiful woman that is Eve Myles; who the hell Mare Winningham is; Deep Impact versus Fifth Element; why everything is better in California despite its crushing debt; Jen Classic: Fashion Editor; Jack Harkness as a lead character versus an ensemble character versus quite the gay character; I insult southerners; skype security; Torchwood’s mortifying iphone apps;  Jilly’s Orwell-incuded testicles; Chuck and why every Firefly fan who’s always wanted to see Jayne huck a microwave at someone’s head from 130 feet should watch it; Tangled; Major Kira’s footwear; the Ash Theory; Jen’s thoughts on government that breaks me, and the rest…

Doctor Who fans – don’t forget to check out Jen’s recommendation of The Chaosverse!

Happy listening!

The Maniacs Responsible For This Production: Ryan, Jen Classic

Runtime: 1’33’38

Editor: Ryan

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