May 5, 2014
After two weeks apart the hosts of Voices Of Defiance are excited to reunite and discuss … well … everything, including Sean’s favorite Defiance Episode I Just Wasn’t Made For These Times. It wouldn’t be a Voices Of Defiance episode without Shannon mentioning her favorite show Warehouse 13 or Sean giving a seanscream for Starblazers or Stargate Pioneer giving his latest conspiracy theories including one about Indogenes and … Rafe McCawley?
Sean, through his agent Stargate Pioneer as well as himself, extends his deepest and sincere apologies to Tricia Helfer for a previous comment 7 years ago and that he would love the opportunity to interview her if she ever would grant it.
The trio give a shout out to Inteligaurd on the Defiance subreddit for the Voices Of Defiance love and also Sean’s mom (again). The Voices of Defiance trio also discuss the move of Trion to make Defiance free to play starting June 4th.
Other quick discussions during the podcast include: Sean’s discovery of Wonder Woman in Doc Yewll’s office (and subsequent woman superhero discussion); the differences of the E-Rep in the game and the show; Sean pretends to be his favorite Tangled character; Sean and Shannon play scifi compare/contrast “I Win” games; Sean gets his Twilight on; Stargate Pioneer podcast gears out on Charlie Rovers’ Zoom H1; Shannon entices Sean with a Stahma-Terminator picture; Stargate Pioneer is willing to chip in for a Kickstarter for the movie Bravery Nine; Stargate Pioneer softens his soapbox on the lack of planes and flying in Defiance; Yewll’s amazing high definition tech eyes; and Jaime Murray’s lack of Defiance gameplay know how.
Other mentions include: Robotech, The Rocketeer, Thundercats, Stargate, The Americans, Star Trek Enterprise, Battlestar Galactica, Riddick, McClintock (John Wayne), Skyrim, Titanfall, and Destiny.
See you next week as the hosts discuss the next Defiance episode, If I Ever Leave This World Alive. Contact us: @VoicesODefiance - email@example.com - www.voicesofdefiance.com - www.facebook.com/voicesofdefiance - 612-888-ark1 or 612-888-2751.