Welp, get comfortable: We accidentally made a bottle episode! Tensions of all sorts rise as a borderline-manic Charlie forces Estella, Bradley, and Madge to hunker down in the Swan house. Bradley makes the most of it by asking Estella all the questions you had about vampires, but were too afraid to ask.
"Beloved Bones" by The Wolves of Chernobyl
Original Twilight score by Carter Burwell
Episode 3 of Roleplay Retcon's re-imagining of Twilight introduces new challenger Jacob Black. We'd call him a "dark horse" but "horse," somehow, doesn't quite fit? Meanwhile, Edward Finch plays mind games with Charlie and reveals some juicy details from Madge's phone.
"The Dragon of Round Rock," "My Clumsy Tongue," and "Safe Harbor" by The Wolves of Chernobyl.
Original Twilight score by Carter Burwell.
More darkness covers Forks in episode 2 of Twilight. Bradley gets closer to Estella and further from Charlie when a secret from his past is revealed to him. Alex's taint ruins everything.
Featuring "This Terrible It" and "W/ Half a Disease" by The Wolves of Chernobyl.
It's the first day of classes at Ryan Stiles High School, and awkward senior Bradley Swan is stumbling through conversations with the supernaturally attractive-yet-equally-awkward Estella Cullen. Meanwhile, a suspicious death in the woods seems like more than just a typical hunt-gone-wrong, and Police Chief Charlie (and distant Dad to Bradley) is worried it might be tied to a dark chapter in the town's history.
"Autumn" by Puscifer.
It's Wrap Party time! We talk the ups and downs of our Crystal Skull series, our pitches for the second draft of our script, and listener submissions of their own retcons and feelings on the original film!
(Apologies for the funny audio at the end, Jensie recorded this episode from their bathysphere).
("Vault" by Caleb Montgomery)
Indy and Jock go back to where it all began to rescue Esperanza, stop Schneider, and finally solve the mystery of the crystal skulls.
("Reversion 2015" by Myuu)
Francisco de Orellana's trail comes to its inevitably tragic end in the penultimate episode of Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull(s). Skulls are in hand, but where is El Dorado, the City of Gold? And can Indy and friends avoid the same tragic fate as Orellana?
Remember that 6-hour chase scene in the middle of Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull? Well, we cut it down by about five hours. That means we lost all the parts where somebody gets hit in the groin while fencing, but it's replaced by some thrilling flashlight-based combat.
Get ready for some Prime Amazon as Indy and the Indynauts go rollin' down the river in search of clues. There's strange whispering, sulking pilots, icky disguises, and MI-6 creepers!