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in which Andy, Pete, and guest Alex Robinson from Star Wars Minute talk about Nick Fury’s surprise appearance, Robert Downey Jr.’s initial thoughts on the scene, and Edgar Wright’s suggestion to Jon Favreau that led to a franchise expectation
in which Andy, Pete, and guest Tommy Handsome from TNR’s Film Board and the What’s That Smell? Podcast talk about Robert Downey Jr.’s suits, Scarlet Letters title work, and mystery song cues
in which Andy, Pete, and guest Tommy Handsome from TNR’s Film Board and the What’s That Smell? Podcast talk about the sweatshop mentality of some effects studios, the animating career of Samati Boonchitsitsak, and the mysterious Grantland Gears
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in which Andy, Pete and guest Ryan Dalton, author of the Time Shift trilogy, revel in the great jump cuts to the casino, talk about Tony’s crazy scripted dialogue and enjoy seeing the director pop up as Tony’s sidekick
in which Andy, Pete, and guest Ryan Dalton, author of the Time Shift trilogy, jam out to the Iron Man cartoon theme song, review Jeff Bridges’ character types and discuss Powerpoints as exposition
in which Andy and Pete take a lesson in Dari/Urdu, talk about the jump backward in time, and dig into Photoshopped magazine covers
in which Andy and Pete bid adieu to swiss cheese Jimmy, look at our first bit of deleted material, and pine for the halcyon days of that fantastic phone.
in which Andy and Pete say goodbye to our first two characters, talk about practical explosions and reminisce about Daredevil
in which Andy and Pete discuss Robert Downey Jr., AC/DC and Iron Man’s journey to the screen