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Sneaky Dragon Episode 186

by David Dedrick on June 27, 2015

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Greetings, Sneakers! This week the show could get controversial! Or not. In other words, Ian brings up Dave Sim…again. Also on the show: Dave tries Jelly Babies (Ian really likes them); they write some Doctor Who fan-fic; big changes on the Critical Hit Show; Dave asks, “How real are we?”; Ian’s game show pitch; Dave goes in an unexpected direction; Ian discusses coming down from the performing high; this week’s old reference: Fred Basset; Dave is the reverse Bill Maher; Ian explains why actors are jackasses; and, finally, get their damn egos out of the way.

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Prisoners of the Sun

June 24, 2015
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This week on Totally Tintin, things go South…American! As Tintin and Captain Haddock race off to Peru to rescue Professor Calculus. Ian and Dave are along for the very enjoyable ride as we look at Prisoners of the Sun.

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Sneaky Dragon Episode 185

June 20, 2015
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Bonjour, Sneakers! Welcome to Episode 185. This week: the show gets off to a rough start; Ian tells us about some uncomfortable nudity; we can only ask, is Dave wrong; Dave brings up some comfortable nudity; Dave makes a strategic change room error; Ian asks if it’s okay to insult children, taking him and Dave […]

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The Seven Crystal Balls

June 17, 2015
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Spooky mummies! A mysterious sickness? Pesky glass fragments all over the floor! It’s The Seven Crystal Balls. Join Ian and Dave for an intense and extensive look at HergĂ©’s longest story! (Seriously, clean up that glass, it’s a hazard.)

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Sneaky Dragon Episode 184

June 13, 2015
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Hello, Sneakers! This week: Shhh…it’s a sneaky Sneaky Dragon; let’s look at animal breeding and ask, “WHAT ARE THEY DOING???”; Dave’s manly jobs; Sneaky Dragon advice: “Check yourself before your body wrecks itself”; in the end,Dave did enjoy Strip Search; he recommended the documentary Stripped to Ian…and also to you; don’t tell Ian your job […]

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Red Rackham’s Treasure

June 10, 2015
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This week on Totally Tintin, Ian and Dave go on a treasure hunt and find the delightful Red Rackham’s Treasure. Undersea adventures, shark submarines, and the first appearance by Professor Calculus – what’s not to love! Yo ho ho and a bottle of two hundred and fifty year old rum! Here is a sample page […]

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Sneaky Dragon Episode 183

June 6, 2015
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Merry Christmas, Sneakers! This week on the show: Ian and David plan ahead; is it really the worst; Ian discovers the “birthday week”; King Herod is a nut; Dave is introduced to jelly babies; Ian institutes obligations for lottery winners; Dave describes the self-defeating “good” procrastination; Ian experiences Weird Al karaoke; let’s revisit tattoos; Dave […]

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The Secret of the Unicorn

June 3, 2015
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This week on Totally Tintin, Ian and David take a look at The Secret of the Unicorn, in which HergĂ© finally breaks off all contact with reality and seeks a place for Captain Haddock in Tintin’s world.

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Sneaky Dragon Episode 182

May 30, 2015
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Guten tag, Sneakers! Welcome to another episode of Sneaky Dragon. This week, the show starts off with a Mardi Gras atmosphere – minus the beads, breasts and booze; Dave takes a call; Ian and Dave went to VanCAF where they learned that they should plan better, display their stuff better and learn to pitch the […]

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The Shooting Star

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This week on Totally Tintin, it’s life during wartime. Is it about the conflict between science and religion; is it a metaphor for war and life during occupation; an escapist fantasy; or is it all a dream? We don’t know either, but join us as we try to figure out The Shooting Star!

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