THE SUPERMAN AND LOIS TAPES EPISODE 20: THROUGH THE VALLEY OF DEATH OR DON’T MOCK CESAR ROMERO

Episode 20: Through The Valley of Death or Don’t Mock Cesar Romero

Two-thirds of The BAM Crew (Bethany and Michael) are here (Alison is on a secret mission) with special guest Kelley (the Director for the American Sci-Fi Fantasy Media Track at DragonCon) to discuss the latest episode of Superman and Lois.  Through The Valley of Death had a lot to discuss from the use of a certain Kryptonian to how awesome Diggle is to how blood thirsty John Henry was to Diggle taking Sam Lane to church to how great Jonathan Kent is.

Seriously.  Jonathan was just amazing this time out.

So, you get all that AND another installment of Professor Bailey’s Superman 101 and two winners of this episode’s Most Punchable Face.

Oh, and here are those pictures of Ray Middleton as Superman.

Bethany and Michael would once again like to thank Kelley for guest hosting.  They had a lot of fun.

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The main theme for the show is “Heroes” by the awesome Mike Schmidt.  You can find his work over at Speed Force Music.

Next Time: The Crew discusses the next exciting episode of Superman and Lois.

2 thoughts on “THE SUPERMAN AND LOIS TAPES EPISODE 20: THROUGH THE VALLEY OF DEATH OR DON’T MOCK CESAR ROMERO”

  1. I have to add my own candidate for “Most Punchable Face” in this episode. I think, almost by definition, if Superman punches you square in the face, you’ve earned the title, so I’m going with Morgan (Tal-Rho) Edge.
    I really enjoyed so many things in this episode: The Cushing family dealing with the vandalism to their home; the Kent brothers doing what they could to help their Dad; the way Jonathan confronted John Henry Irons; the surprised face of John Henry Irons when he found out Superman’s secret identity, and the appearance of John Diggle (who seems to be wandering through all the CW superhero shows like Kwai Chang Caine in Kung Fu). These are all things that continue to build my goodwill toward the show and its writers and actors.
    I enjoyed Professor Bailey’s class, particularly his mention that Jax-Ur, in the Silver Age, was the main Phantom Zone villain. Respect! Seriously, the man was a mass murderer, destroying an inhabited moon of Krypton, leading him to be the first person sentenced to the Phantom Zone, and his sentence was eternal imprisonment. All Zod did was lead a failed coup attempt.
    I have no idea where this season will take us, but I am eager to find out, and I certainly hope the series will last longer than the too-short Krypton series (with Colin Samuel as, to my mind, the best version of Zod in movies or TV, live-action or animation). By the way, I would never kneel before Zod, since that would seem rude; I would wait, and kneel after Zod.

  2. Just saw the newest episopde, and I think we have a solid contender for most punchable face. The show itself outright told us this time. I laughed out loud when Lois said the words as that immediately thought of this podcast. Do you think someone’s been listening?

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