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102 Endgame

Written by on May 10, 2019

Episode 102: Endgame
Produced by Relevant to Our Interests
Hosts: John R. Belliston and Frank Shaw
Scripting by: Frank Shaw & John R. Belliston
Edited by: Frank Shaw
Graphic Design by: Nathan Newell and Frank Shaw
Intro Music: Morning Activities by F.G. Shaw
Outro Music: Morning Activities by F.G. Shaw

Avenger’s Endgame is discussed and debated in this episode. Frank gives a quick (surprisingly) rundown of the plot. Then they talk about the character arcs for each of the major characters, getting into depth at times. They talk about Nebula, and earned moments in the film. Frank recommends you watch the Youtube Video “Changing the Endgame” by Nando v. Movies (and watch his videos in general). They also talk about what they love and what they were let down by with each of the characters through out the discussion of their arcs. Then they talk about time travel! Frank gives his thoughts, and observations on Endgame’s time travel rules, and John then offers up his thoughts.

John brings up a couple of moments that really tugged at his heartstrings and discusses his disappoint in the treatment of the Guardians of the Galaxy in this, and the previous, Avenger’s movie. Then they talk Fat Thor, and what the meat of the problem is with him. It’s “Insane Fan Theories” next, they talk about the newest Spider-Man: Far From Home trailer. The idea of a multiverse, and how Marvel/Disney might introduce their recent aquisitions from Fox to the MCU. Frank also discusses rumors about Thor. Then they wrap things up with their final thoughts on the film.

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On the Metaplot

[The guys find themselves back in the past, revisiting 2015, when Frank remembers that Kitteh Mao hadn’t been born yet. They endeavor to look for the Balls of Power, to defeat him before he is born.]