The weather outside is warm and sunny - but the podcast studio is cool and hopping with some amazing energy as Julie and Dianna go over Season 4 of LOST!
Julie and Dianna examine Better Call Saul at the midseason. Still lots of energy tonight in the studio, except for Julie who has a cold with a sore throat. Please stay away.
Julie and Dianna hold a marathon podcast session - approaching the two-hour mark - but it's ok because they maintain an amazing level of energy.
Julie and Dianna recount their amazing experience attending C2E2 in Chicago this past weekend. Yep - they sound like girl fans - but that's ok. It's a funtastic bonus episode.
Julie and Dianna continue their discussion of Lost with Season 2. There are much more episodes to come, so sit back and enjoy them.
Jules and Dianna take a break from zombies and wacky lawyers to talk about a series they both have an obvious passion for - LOST!
Julie and Dianna talk about another favorite series - Better Call Saul. This spinoff from Breaking Bad is amazing, as you'll hear.
A cool and rainy Monday evening in northern Illinois and Julie and Dianna are busy in the podcast studio doing what they do very, very well. Lots of energy, of course. But tonight it's special because this is the anniversary show! One year ago they embarked on an endeavor to create a podcast about Fear of the Walking Dead. Today their passion continues to grow - as does their listenership.
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Julie and Dianna are fresh from the weekend convention in Chicago called "Walker-Stalker." Hopefully, you're a new listener thanks to their networking at the convention. If so, reach out and let them know you're listening.
More show notes coming tomorrow.
Julie and Dianna spend the first episode of the spring season continuing their energetic discussion of the Walking Dead.
Julie and Dianna spend a bitterly cold night in the podcast studio - a day late, we might add. It snowed on Monday and the podcasters decided was a better idea to go home after work rather than sit in the studio and produce a podcast. That's ok because tonight's episode continues the tradition of high-intensity energy with lots of laughs. They even laugh at the idea that people die in this episode. What? Maybe they've been talking about dead stuff for too long? Nah.
Julie and Dianna spend a cool, windy evening in the studio talking about their favorite topic, zombie drama. A thunderstorm is in the forecast along with a very high energy podcast about the Walking Dead.
Julie and Dianna kick off the podcast with a laugh-fest. And it's funny, but it never seems to conclude - they fill the entire podcast with their laughter. It's actually remarkable to hear because it has an uplifting quality to it. It kind of puts you in a better mood just listening. So the doctor prescribes podcast listening to ease stress and help you relax. We'll drink to that.
Dianna and Julie are back together after D's absence last week due to the Black Death. Together they strike on the latest episode of The Walking Dead - Season 7, Episode 10 - New Best Friends. An episode described as less complicated and quite intense.
Chris George (aka Mr. Hollywood) of thenerdstash.com joins Julie to talk about the return of the Walking Dead after its two-month hiatus. Chris is kinda-sorta taking Dianna's job because she's not feeling well. Something about smallpox...or was it the plague? Get well soon, Dianna!
Julie and Dianna return to familiar turf with this episode of the AFTH - Walking Dead - a season 7 - an overview of Episode 1-8.
Julie and Dianna trade challenges for the first ever AFTH Podcast CHALLENGE. Julie challenged Dianna to watch Sense8. Dianna challenged Julie to watch LOST. Each host explains why they chose it and what they like about their series. The other host then talks about what they like and disliked and whether or not they'll watch the whole series.
Stranger Things - the popular series about some weird goings on in Hawkins, Indiana in November 1983 - goes under the Julie and Dianna entertainment microscope. Both love the series, especially the amazing young actor performances. The two also point out the obvious references in the series to Steven Speilberg and George Lucas movies, like Star Wars, ET.
By the way, neither Julie or Dianna are Valley Girls - no way, Jose.
Julie and Dianna battle against sinus drainage and the deep-winter blahs in this episode of AIM - focusing on American Horror Story: Roanoke. They're talking about the returning cast, new cast, a return to the horror roots, and the show within a show. It is cold, cloudy in northern Illinois these days - but hey, who needs when the sun when I get my vitamin D from Julie and Dianna?
Julie and Dianna focus their supernatural powers on the last episode of the HBO series Westworld. They obviously loved the series - but what are their final thoughts? Please listen.
The pilots aboard the AIM Starship launch into the next three episodes of the popular HBO series Westworld. Notice how the camera always looks up to Ed Harris? The guy is like really short, so what else do you do when he appears next to much taller actors?
AIM zeros in on the next three episodes of Westworld. It's an episode breakdown, beginning with the Wiki-Quickie!
Please bring yourself online to enjoy another episode of the Aim for the Head Podcast as they shift into a different realm - the limited HBO series Westworld. Julia and Dianna are very real people, just so you know. Or maybe not? I don't know - the loop is broken and I'm confused.
Julie and Dianna know about hearts - for heaven's sake - and they also know how to increase the beats required to maximize their energy output. This podcast does not disappoint. It's Julie and Dianna in their prime.
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Dianna sings the disclaimer and then Julie reacts as a character before they two engage in an energetic discourse about the latest episode. They ponder the motives of each character and comment on some spectacular special effects. It's Julie and Dianna at their finest - proving once and for all, cough drops work.