As Karen comes to grips with what she’s done, Daredevil faces what he must do in turning himself in to the FBI. But a disgraced Dex might have something to say about that, as well as the patsy Fisk sprung from prison. Matt and Pete familiarize themselves with episode 306, “The Devil You Know.”
The God account has vanished, but not before Miles accepts a friend suggestion for alcoholic artist Rachel Blake. All that good Miles and Cara did still counts though, right? Elsewhere, Jaya has stunning news for Rakesh. Matt and Pete click on episode 105, “Unfriended.”
Fisk is determined to find his scapegoat. And boy, does Dex fit the bill in as avant-garde an episode as has ever been released by Marvel TV. Matt and Pete get into the batter’s box for episode 305, “The Perfect Game.” Thanks as always to everyone who supports the podcast by visiting Patreon.com/PhantasticGeek. Share your feedback for season three of Daredevil: email PhantasticGeek@gmail.com, comment at PhantasticGeek.com, or tweet @PhantasticGeek. MP3 iTunes
Eleven minutes, one take, all world. As Daredevil goes into the belly of the beast, Foggy’s making a move on the district attorney and the noose tightens around Special Agent Poindexter. Pete and Matt get locked down by episode 304, “Blindsided.” Thanks as always to everyone who supports the podcast by visiting Patreon.com/PhantasticGeek. Share your feedback for season three of Daredevil: email PhantasticGeek@gmail.com, comment at PhantasticGeek.com, or tweet @PhantasticGeek. MP3 iTunes
Fisk’s survival of the Albanian attack on the FBI has agents on edge. Enter Special Agent Poindexter, who just wants to get broccoli sausage pizza with Julie. All this while Daredevil is taunted by his inner Kingpin. Matt and Pete extol the virtues of episode 303, “No Good Deed.”
Miles and Cara wind up at the Hayden Planetarium, not in search of heavenly bodies, but to unite physical ones. Rakesh and Jaya are wary of defining their relationship. And Miles’ father moves to distance himself from a saxophone that hides a painful history. Matt and Pete decode episode 104, “Error Code 1.61.”
Fisk’s turned snitch, but the Albanian Syndicate might have something to say about that. Foggy’s family breaks bread at their deli. And Karen has reason to believe the Daredevil lives. Matt and Pete beg your pardon for episode 302, “Please.”
In the aftermath of his presumed death, Matt Murdock winds up in the care of tougher-than-nails nun Sister Maggie. Karen can’t turn the page, despite Foggy’s encouragement. And for FBI Special Agent Ray Nadeem, this deal is getting worse all the time. Matt and Pete bear witness to episode 301, “Resurrection.”
Thanks as always to everyone who supports the podcast by visiting Patreon.com/PhantasticGeek.
Somebody’s made off with half of Miles’ podcast listeners, but it’s the theft of his wallet that injects private investigator Ray Nicolette into his life. Meanwhile Miles’ father realizes there’s a fine(r) line between support of his daughter and being actively involved Matt and Pete rendezvous with episode 103, “Heavenly Taco Truck.” MP3 iTunes
A galaxy of stars aligned at Madison Square Garden where the cast and producers of Star Trek: Discovery came to talk about season two. Our podcast opens with talking about UnitedForPuertoRico.com--a non-profit recommended by actor Wilson Cruz, and a website that is definitely worth a visit... as well as a reminder for Americans to VOTE this November. Join our Discovery conversation by reaching out to us at PhantasticGeek.com, emailing PhantasticGeek@gmail.com, tweeting @PhantasticGeek, or leaving a message on our listener line: 732-707-1815. MP3 iTunes
As Miles prepares to take his podcast to satellite radio, Katie Brooks becomes the next friend suggested by the God account. Cara is anxious about how to reconnect with her mother while Rakesh catches Jaya out on the town. Matt and Pete can’t pass by episode 102, “The Good Samaritan.”
The great east coast geek confab has concluded, but not before PhantasticGeek.com's Pete and Matt look back at this year's New York Comic Con. The podcast discusses a litany of panels, including ones for Moral Engines, Marvel's Runaways, Good Omens, Spider-Man: Enter the Spider-Verse, Marvel's Daredevil, Star Trek: Discover, The Walking Dead (sort of); also covered is the experience on the floor of the Javits Convention center, cosplaying... and more!
It’s shift change on the U.S.S. Discovery, but there’s a mysterious stowaway in Cargo Bay 3! Meanwhile, Ensign Sylvia Tilly just wants her mother to support her decision to enter the stressful Command Training Program. Matt and Pete run down Short Trek #1, “Runaway.”
Now that CBS has aired the God Friended Me pilot, we look back to its initial social media share, as PhantasticGeek.com's Pete and Matt review the episode, dig deep into its characters, and look ahead to the future of the series. Big thanks to everyone who helps support the podcast at Patreon.com/PhantasticGeek!