No Pink Spandex » Episode 153: The Stroke of Fate

Episode 153: The Stroke of Fate

No Pink Spandex – Episode 153: The Stroke of Fate (37:42, 26 MB)

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Show Notes

Hosted by: Lisa J, Jer, and Spy
Topics: Lisa J talks with Jason David Frank about what’s coming up for him in 2013 including attempting a Guinness World Record, upcoming events and projects, and making a 20th anniversary documentary. We also discuss Power Rangers Super Samurai Episode 20 “The Sealing Symbol”.

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Comments ( 2 )

I don’t get why you people continue to watch PR if you think every season is the “worst season ever”.

You’re talking about this being the worst season ever, but then Wild Force is, but then OO is, but the JF is…do you hate PR in general? Just don’t watch it. Continuing to watch a show in which you think the majority of seasons are awful, is perhaps one of the dumbest things I’ve ever heard.

I also was not a fan of OO or WF (though JF and Samurai were pretty good in my eyes), but at the very least I know I’m watching for the right reasons…not because I hate the show but just watch to continue hating it.

*This is directed at the douche who said “the bird man” (I’m assuming he meant Serrator?). Keep up the otherwise great stuff Lisa.

Adam added these pithy words on Jan 01 13 at 8:50 am

How long have you been listening? If you just started recently, I might suggest going back to listen to some of the RPM reviews, or some of the general discussions where the show pretty clearly discusses a great deal of favorite seasons. The three seasons you mention really are nowhere near the majority of them. They just happen to be comparable, in some ways, to the current crop of episodes.

Tristan added these pithy words on Jan 01 13 at 5:44 pm