the hosts know only two things:
* every episode that falls into the mail chute is set in the same, shared fictional universe.
* and somebody called Tommy Westphall has something to do with it.
the goal is to try to construct a consistent, thorough overall fictional theory that actually comprehensively strings random episodes of wildly incompatible shows together
@Alexis holy shit
@Alexis the greatest thing here is that I would be a prime candidate to work on this podcast because I watch virtually no television and I have no idea who Tommy Westphall is
@Alexis which just makes me REALLY WANT TO DO THIS WITH SOMEONE
@InspectorCaracal You know, I'm about to move out, and will, I assume, finally no longer live in a space where I can be interrupted at any time by either a small child I am not related to or my parents.
@Alexis when you get there, if you still want to give it a shot, we can see if the logistics could work out, because I absolutely love this idea
@InspectorCaracal I'd need to get comfortable recording my own voice, and, ideally, somebody besides me would edit it, but I wanna at least *try,* so if I don't get back to you about it, definitely poke me at some point!
@Alexis you're calling me out
@The_T I'm calling *myself* out.
@Alexis A side project I've been working on is to make the Street Fighter, Tekken, and King of Fighters universes all mesh with each other because there have been (non-canon) crossovers of all 3 together (alongside Marvel VS Capcom, and then games that cross all Capcom games into one universe) and I want to see if I can make it all work in a sensible canonical universe.
That's just who I am ok
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