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Welcome to our new podcast. It’s going to be a lot of fun.

Crock Pot Power Rangers


Welcome to part two of the conversation with Alan Henry of Lifehacker. He shares some kitchen advice and his joy of traveling to various Gawker Media hubs. You’ll learn that anime has a flavor for everyone and Spider-Man has a giant mech.

Paul & Chris were delighted to chat with Alan and thankful he could join them. You can find Alan Henry on twitter, or of course on

Return to Plastic Bohemia


Chris & Paul are joined by Alan Henry to chat about former lives, science, college radio, and Alan’s journey on the way to writing for Lifehacker.

Join us again next week for another great hour with Alan Henry!

Jil with One L


A production coordinator from Hollywood, Jil Szewski talks to Paul and Chris about working shows, unions, the long hours, and practical jokes on imdb.

  • Chris has learned “What do you do?” is a bad question thanks to reading our last guest, Nicole Bélanger.
  • Jil is currently working on Whose Line Is It, Anyway? (Content not available in Canada, peep this instead.)
  • GVSU Alumni reunion for those cats interested.
  • Experimental film featuring bug parts, Mothlight. You can probably find it on Youtube.
  • Maya Deren’s rad experimental film, Meshes of the Afternoon. Again, you can probably find it on Youtube.
  • Jil had the awkward task of finding Christmas decorations in the summer when she worked on A Very Harold & Kumar 3D Christmas.
  • We learn that web series are very big right now in Hollywood.
  • Chris recommends Chef, but Jil who worked on the film, warns that it will make you very hungry.
  • Paul is currently watching Arrow and The 100.
  • Chris is watching Helix, Supernatural, 12 Monkeys and he’s waiting for Orphan Black and Silicon Valley to start up again.
  • Jil went to the wrap party for season 2 of Silicon Valley where they showed a gag reel and she said it looks really good!
  • Aren’t 5 stars better than 1?
  • Michigan had a film incentive (you can read more about it here), but then it ended and now some folks are trying to get it going again.
  • Jil’s fiance worked on HBO’s True Detective which is a very good show.
  • Jil schools Chris & Paul on the various unions and the requirements to join. Chris admits his only understanding of Hollywood unions comes from Full Tilt Boogie.
  • Resident bad movie lover Chris is sad when Jil reveals that her uncredited acting credit for Avalanche Sharks on is a joke played on her by some friends.
  • Jil loves Elvis! Chris wishes she was on the Harum Scarum episode of Film Frown to recommend some decent Elvis films.

Thanks again to our guest Jil! Be sure to check out her current show, Whose Line Is It, Anyway? And thanks to you for listening.

Actually a Decepticon


As our podcast enters its 3rd year, Saturday Night Live celebrates its 40th year. Paul & Chris discuss Raspberry Pi projects, SNL, and regional film distribution.

Thanks for listening to one of our more informative episodes. No applause please, just throw money so we can buy more Pi! Besides, we can’t here your applause. You could rate us on iTunes, if you wish.

Darmok & Heat Vision at the Hyperloop


Chris & Paul are left to their own devices, whatever that means. The two share what they did on the break between seasons and discuss Gene Roddenberry & Dan Harmon shows.

Got questions for us or our guests? Tweet your questions to @MontrealSauce or using the hashtag #asksauce.