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It's our 50th episode! We're celebrating by flipping our usual format on my guest comedian and nostalgia aficionado Chelsea Lou. In this episode we discuss the TV show "Dans Une Galaxie Près De Chez Vous": a comedy sci-fi TV show which ran from 1999 to 2001, considered a cult classic by french canadian millenials everywhere (including *moi*). Head over to our Youtbe channel to watch the three episodes of DUGPDCV I translated for Chelsea in preparation for this episode:  S1E1 - Don't Wait For Us For Dinner: bit.ly/dugpdcv_s1e1,   S1E6 - Flavien's Awakening: bit.ly/dugpdcv_s1e6, S2E4 - Beauty and the Beast: bit.ly/dugpdcv_s2e4, For more Chelsea Lou, go follow her excellent Twitter account: @chelsealou_who. Subscribe to her Youtube channel: Chelsea Lou Who!   *NSFW (mild swearing)*  *This episode contains SPOILERS*   Music by The Castagne's : http://www.thecastagnes.ca   *** I respectfully acknowledge the Lekwungen peoples on whose unceded territory this podcast is produced, and the Songhees, Esquimalt and W̱SÁNEĆ nations whose relationships with these lands and waters shape their political thought, governance and self-determining authority that should inform how we all relate to this place.***  
Did someone say CANCON? Comedian/Musician and beloved peach-basket case Pat Boyle is here to discuss with me the iconic series of short films known as "The Heritage Minutes", which every canadian over the age of 25 is familiar with, whether they like it or not. Join us on this wild, nation-building ride, it's just what the jazz doctor prescribed!   For more Patrick Boyle, go check out his website: http://www.patrickboyle.ca/ And give his latest album a listen, LULL: https://bit.ly/3vmriH4     *NSFW (mild swearing)*  *This episode contains SPOILERS*   Music by The Castagne's : http://www.thecastagnes.ca   *** I respectfully acknowledge the Lekwungen peoples on whose unceded territory this podcast is produced, and the Songhees, Esquimalt and W̱SÁNEĆ nations whose relationships with these lands and waters shape their political thought, governance and self-determining authority that should inform how we all relate to this place.***  
Get yourself a slice of cherry pie and a cup of good, hot black coffee: it's time for a new episode! Musician Gord Light is here to discuss the 1990-91 mystery/horror TV series "Twin Peaks", created by Mark Frost and David Lynch. *This episode contains SPOILERS*   For more Gord Light, check out his IG page where he plays songs requested by the audience every week, Monte Requesto Presents: https://www.instagram.com/monte_requesto_presents/   Or check out his original music on his Soundcloud: https://soundcloud.com/gord-light   You can find more music by Gord and his various projects on his FB Page: https://www.facebook.com/GordLight   *NSFW (mild swearing)*   Music by The Castagne's : http://www.thecastagnes.ca   *** I respectfully acknowledge the Lekwungen peoples on whose unceded territory this podcast is produced, and the Songhees, Esquimalt and W̱SÁNEĆ nations whose relationships with these lands and waters shape their political thought, governance and self-determining authority that should inform how we all relate to this place.***  
Take a break from jerkin your gerkin and be where you wanna be when Jesus comes back: listening to this new episode where comedian Patricia Ellen catches me up with 2001 comedy "Joe Dirt", starring David Spade.   *NSFW (mild swearing)*  *This episode contains SPOILERS*   Music by The Castagne's : http://www.thecastagnes.ca   *** I respectfully acknowledge the Lekwungen peoples on whose unceded territory this podcast is produced, and the Songhees, Esquimalt and W̱SÁNEĆ nations whose relationships with these lands and waters shape their political thought, governance and self-determining authority that should inform how we all relate to this place.***  
Most people don't know how they're gonna feel from one moment to the next. But YOU have a pretty good idea: you're about to listen to this new episode featuring comedian/podcaster Darren Millar, discussing one of his most watched movies of all time: 1989 drug drama "Drugstore Cowboy", directed by Gus Van Sant and starring Matt Dillon. You're gonna feel so good, like you shot a million dollars in your arm.   For more Darren Millar, follow him on Twitter @DazzaMillar, and check out his podcast "The Ill-Informers", available on Youtube here, and all the usual podcast platforms!   *NSFW (mild swearing)*  *This episode contains SPOILERS*   Music by The Castagne's : http://www.thecastagnes.ca   *** I respectfully acknowledge the Lekwungen peoples on whose unceded territory this podcast is produced, and the Songhees, Esquimalt and W̱SÁNEĆ nations whose relationships with these lands and waters shape their political thought, governance and self-determining authority that should inform how we all relate to this place.***     What Did I Miss? is a podcast where guests introduce TV shows and movies from their childhood to a host who has never seen them before.   French Canadian expat MJ Bourque asks her guests to introduce her to the movies and TV shows of their childhood so she can catch up on the cultural references she missed out on growing up in another language.   Every episode we recap the plot of the media in question, dive into some pieces of trivia, and learn a bit more about the guests themselves.   Follow What Did I Miss? on social media for news and pictures of what is referenced in the episode: Instagram - Twitter - Facebook 
It's our 2-year anniversary! Get your butterfly clips, put on your white eye shadow and join us on this gem of an episode where comedian and podcaster Katie-Ellen Humphries discusses with us the 1999 teen rom-com "Drive Me Crazy", starring Melissa Joan Hart and Adrian Grenier. To quote Queen Spears: I'm so excited, I'm in too deep!   For more Katie-Ellen, follow her Twitter: @MsKatieEllen, and keep updated on her upcoming shows on her website: katie-ellen.com. Also, go listen to her excellent podcast 'Horny Off Main', available on all the platforms and on their website: hornyoffmainpod.com.   *NSFW (mild swearing)*  *This episode contains SPOILERS*   Music by The Castagne's : http://www.thecastagnes.ca   *** I respectfully acknowledge the Lekwungen peoples on whose unceded territory this podcast is produced, and the Songhees, Esquimalt and W̱SÁNEĆ nations whose relationships with these lands and waters shape their political thought, governance and self-determining authority that should inform how we all relate to this place.***     What Did I Miss? is a podcast where guests introduce TV shows and movies from their childhood to a host who has never seen them before.   French Canadian expat MJ Bourque asks her guests to introduce her to the movies and TV shows of their childhood so she can catch up on the cultural references she missed out on growing up in another language.   Every episode we recap the plot of the media in question, dive into some pieces of trivia, and learn a bit more about the guests themselves.   Follow What Did I Miss? on social media for news and pictures of what is referenced in the episode: Instagram - Twitter - Facebook  
This week's episode is a never-before-heard 'deleted scene' from our first ever episode, "Bushwacked! with Evan Mumford", recorded exactly 2 years ago!   The hilarious comedian Evan Mumford (Bad Expectations Podcast) and I go on a half-hour long tangent about Subway, vespas, and horses that can count. Simpler times!   Happy Holidays to Everyone! ♥ Thank you for listening! We'll see you in the New Year! Evan Mumford's IG: @evanmumfordd Evan Mumford's Twitter: @evanmumford    *NSFW (mild swearing)* Music by The Castagne's : http://www.thecastagnes.ca   *** I respectfully acknowledge the Lekwungen peoples on whose unceded territory this podcast is produced, and the Songhees, Esquimalt and W̱SÁNEĆ nations whose relationships with these lands and waters shape their political thought, governance and self-determining authority that should inform how we all relate to this place.***     What Did I Miss? is a podcast where guests introduce TV shows and movies from their childhood to a host who has never seen them before.   French Canadian expat MJ Bourque asks her guests to introduce her to the movies and TV shows of their childhood so she can catch up on the cultural references she missed out on growing up in another language.   Every episode we recap the plot of the media in question, dive into some pieces of trivia, and learn a bit more about the guests themselves.   Follow What Did I Miss? on social media for news and pictures of what is referenced in the episode: Instagram - Twitter - Facebook  
Ho ho ho no! I was somehow talked into doing another Christmas episode! Writer and Christmas expert Samantha Hoehne drags us into the holiday season with this episode about one of her favourites: 1994 legal drama "Miracle on 34th Street", written and produced by John Hughes, and starring Richard Attenborough, Mara Wilson, Elizabeth Perkins, and Dylan McDermott. What if Santa was one of us?   For more Samantha check her out on IG: @samanthahoehne, and also check out her travel stories on her website:  yesimwritingthisdown.com!   *NSFW (mild swearing)*  *This episode contains SPOILERS*   Music by The Castagne's : http://www.thecastagnes.ca   *** I respectfully acknowledge the Lekwungen peoples on whose unceded territory this podcast is produced, and the Songhees, Esquimalt and W̱SÁNEĆ nations whose relationships with these lands and waters shape their political thought, governance and self-determining authority that should inform how we all relate to this place.***     What Did I Miss? is a podcast where guests introduce TV shows and movies from their childhood to a host who has never seen them before.   French Canadian expat MJ Bourque asks her guests to introduce her to the movies and TV shows of their childhood so she can catch up on the cultural references she missed out on growing up in another language.   Every episode we recap the plot of the media in question, dive into some pieces of trivia, and learn a bit more about the guests themselves.   Follow What Did I Miss? on social media for news and pictures of what is referenced in the episode: Instagram - Twitter - Facebook  
Go get your spinach puffs: comedian Zachary Joseph discusses with us the 2000 Disney comedy "The Emperor's New Groove", directed by Mark Dindal, and featuring the voices of David Spade, John Goodman, Eartha Kitt, Patrick Warburton, and Wendie Malick. Pull the lever, Kronk!   For more Zach Joseph, follow him on IG: @zacharyjosephsaysjokes, and check out their podcast None of my Friends Watch Wrestling, available where you find podcasts: https://linktr.ee/ZacharyJoseph.   Or subscribe to their hilarious Youtube channel Grapple Button, where they play wrestling video games with another very funny comedian, Matt Basky, (from our past episode "#39 – Good Burger with Matt Basky").   *NSFW (mild swearing)*  *This episode contains SPOILERS*   Music by The Castagne's : http://www.thecastagnes.ca   Guest photo credit: KZ Photography   *** I respectfully acknowledge the Lekwungen peoples on whose unceded territory this podcast is produced, and the Songhees, Esquimalt and W̱SÁNEĆ nations whose relationships with these lands and waters shape their political thought, governance and self-determining authority that should inform how we all relate to this place.***     What Did I Miss? is a podcast where guests introduce TV shows and movies from their childhood to a host who has never seen them before.   French Canadian expat MJ Bourque asks her guests to introduce her to the movies and TV shows of their childhood so she can catch up on the cultural references she missed out on growing up in another language.   Every episode we recap the plot of the media in question, dive into some pieces of trivia, and learn a bit more about the guests themselves.   Follow What Did I Miss? on social media for news and pictures of what is referenced in the episode: Facebook - Instagram - Twitter
Let us be thankful we have commerce. Buy more. Buy more now. Buy. And listen to this new episode where comedian/hologram Mark Robertson discusses with us the 1971 dystopian scifi film "THX 1138", directed by George Lucas and starring Robert Duvall and Donald Pleasence. Blessings of the state, blessings of the masses.   CW: Rape, sexual assault.   *NSFW (mild swearing)*  *This episode contains SPOILERS*   Music by The Castagne's : http://www.thecastagnes.ca   *** I respectfully acknowledge the Lekwungen peoples on whose unceded territory this podcast is produced, and the Songhees, Esquimalt and W̱SÁNEĆ nations whose relationships with these lands and waters shape their political thought, governance and self-determining authority that should inform how we all relate to this place.***     What Did I Miss? is a podcast where guests introduce TV shows and movies from their childhood to a host who has never seen them before.   French Canadian expat MJ Bourque asks her guests to introduce her to the movies and TV shows of their childhood so she can catch up on the cultural references she missed out on growing up in another language.   Every episode we recap the plot of the media in question, dive into some pieces of trivia, and learn a bit more about the guests themselves.   Follow What Did I Miss? on social media for news and pictures of what is referenced in the episode: Facebook - Instagram - Twitter
Welcome to the 2nd installment of 'What Did YOU Miss', a twist on our regular format, where *I'M* the one introducing media from my french-canadian upbringing to my anglo friends. For this occasion, I got beloved regular guest, comedian Max Bank Jaffe, to subject himself to this experiment, in spite of his southern Ontario sensibilities.  I'm showing him "L'Gros Show", a mockumentary-style comedy TV show that ran from 2005 to 2006 on Musique Plus (aka the french MuchMusic) created by and starring Mike Ward and Martin Perizzolo, with Alain Lavoie and Mario Bélanger.   We discuss two episodes in particular: Ep. 101 "Le Chat", available with english subs here: https://bit.ly/s1e1lgros.  And also Ep. 206 "Gars de Laval", available with ENG subs here: https://bit.ly/s2e6lgros.  YYYES EL'GROS!   For more Max Bank Jaffe, follow him on Twitter: @MaxBJaffe. You can also check out his showcase set on YT here: https://bit.ly/maxbjaffe.   *NSFW (mild swearing)*  *This episode contains SPOILERS*   Music by The Castagne's : http://www.thecastagnes.ca   *** I respectfully acknowledge the Lekwungen peoples on whose unceded territory this podcast is produced, and the Songhees, Esquimalt and W̱SÁNEĆ nations whose relationships with these lands and waters shape their political thought, governance and self-determining authority that should inform how we all relate to this place.***     What Did I Miss? is a podcast where guests introduce TV shows and movies from their childhood to a host who has never seen them before.   French Canadian expat MJ Bourque asks her guests to introduce her to the movies and TV shows of their childhood so she can catch up on the cultural references she missed out on growing up in another language.   Every episode we recap the plot of the media in question, dive into some pieces of trivia, and learn a bit more about the guests themselves.   Follow What Did I Miss? on social media for news and pictures of what is referenced in the episode: Facebook - Instagram - Twitter
All right, Cincinnati shape up cause it's time for your morning check up. We got comedian Lucia Ribeiro on the program today, she's here to talk with us about the sitcom "WKRP in CIncinatti" that ran on CBS from 1978 to 1982 and starred Gary Sandy, Howard Hesseman, Frank Bonner, Tim Reid, and Loni Anderson. For this episode, we focus specifically on the episode "Filthy Pictures" (Season 2 Episode 21/22). Enjoy and may the good news be yours!   For more Lucia Ribeiro, follow her on Twitter: @lucia_muse!   *NSFW (mild swearing)*  *This episode contains SPOILERS*   Music by The Castagne's : http://www.thecastagnes.ca   *** I respectfully acknowledge the Lekwungen peoples on whose unceded territory this podcast is produced, and the Songhees, Esquimalt and W̱SÁNEĆ nations whose relationships with these lands and waters shape their political thought, governance and self-determining authority that should inform how we all relate to this place.***     What Did I Miss? is a podcast where guests introduce TV shows and movies from their childhood to a host who has never seen them before.   French Canadian expat MJ Bourque asks her guests to introduce her to the movies and TV shows of their childhood so she can catch up on the cultural references she missed out on growing up in another language.   Every episode we recap the plot of the media in question, dive into some pieces of trivia, and learn a bit more about the guests themselves.   Follow What Did I Miss? on social media for news and pictures of what is referenced in the episode: Facebook - Instagram - Twitter
"Welcome to What Did I Miss podcast, home of the What Did I Miss podcast. Can I take your order?" Comedian Matt Basky is delivering us this episode about a movie he watched a thousand times as a kid: 1997 Nickelodeon comedy "Good Burger", directed by Brian Robbins and starring Kel Mitchell and Kenan Thompson.   For more Matt Basky, follow him on Twitter @MattBasky and on IG @myattbyasky. Also, make sure to go check out his Youtube channel Grapple Button where he plays wrestling video games with former guest of the pod Zachary Joseph (Episode 15 • WrestleMania 18: The Rock VS Hulk Hogan).   *NSFW (mild swearing)*  *This episode contains SPOILERS*   Music by The Castagne's : http://www.thecastagnes.ca   *** I respectfully acknowledge the Lekwungen peoples on whose unceded territory this podcast is produced, and the Songhees, Esquimalt and W̱SÁNEĆ nations whose relationships with these lands and waters shape their political thought, governance and self-determining authority that should inform how we all relate to this place.***     What Did I Miss? is a podcast where guests introduce TV shows and movies from their childhood to a host who has never seen them before.   French Canadian expat MJ Bourque asks her guests to introduce her to the movies and TV shows of their childhood so she can catch up on the cultural references she missed out on growing up in another language.   Every episode we recap the plot of the media in question, dive into some pieces of trivia, and learn a bit more about the guests themselves.   Follow What Did I Miss? on social media for news and pictures of what is referenced in the episode: Facebook - Instagram - Twitter
Good morrow, ye scoundrels! Comedian, improver, podcaster and valiant knight Sir Morgan Cranny is here to introduce us to the 1981 fantasy film "Dragonslayer", starring Peter MacNicol, Ralph Richardson, John Hallam, and Caitlin Clarke. Huzzah!   For more Morgan Cranny, check out his podcast Flori-duh!, available on all platforms. And if you find yourself in Victoria BC, go check out his standup comedy show: Phillips Comedy Night every Wednesday at The Mint!   *NSFW (mild swearing)*  *This episode contains SPOILERS*   Music by The Castagne's : http://www.thecastagnes.ca   *** I respectfully acknowledge the Lekwungen peoples on whose unceded territory this podcast is produced, and the Songhees, Esquimalt and W̱SÁNEĆ nations whose relationships with these lands and waters shape their political thought, governance and self-determining authority that should inform how we all relate to this place.***     What Did I Miss? is a podcast where guests introduce TV shows and movies from their childhood to a host who has never seen them before.   French Canadian expat MJ Bourque asks her guests to introduce her to the movies and TV shows of their childhood so she can catch up on the cultural references she missed out on growing up in another language.   Every episode we recap the plot of the media in question, dive into some pieces of trivia, and learn a bit more about the guests themselves.   Follow What Did I Miss? on social media for news and pictures of what is referenced in the episode: Facebook - Instagram - Twitter
Are you ready kids? Comedian and podcaster Elyott Ryan is here to discuss something he loved as a kid that he still enjoys with his own children to this day: Nickelodeon animated comedy show "SpongeBob SquarePants" which premiered in 1999 and is still running over twenty years later. Ooooooh!   For more Elyott, find him on social media everywhere: @elyottryan! Make sure to check out his website: http://www.elyottryan.com. You can also visit his Youtube channel: Elyott Ryan. Also, give his podcast a listen: The Ill-Informers, available on all the usual platforms!   *NSFW (mild swearing)*  *This episode contains SPOILERS*   Music by The Castagne's : http://www.thecastagnes.ca   Guest photo credit: KZ Photography   *** I respectfully acknowledge the Lekwungen peoples on whose unceded territory this podcast is produced, and the Songhees, Esquimalt and W̱SÁNEĆ nations whose relationships with these lands and waters shape their political thought, governance and self-determining authority that should inform how we all relate to this place.***     What Did I Miss? is a podcast where guests introduce TV shows and movies from their childhood to a host who has never seen them before.   French Canadian expat MJ Bourque asks her guests to introduce her to the movies and TV shows of their childhood so she can catch up on the cultural references she missed out on growing up in another language.   Every episode we recap the plot of the media in question, dive into some pieces of trivia, and learn a bit more about the guests themselves.   Follow What Did I Miss? on social media for news and pictures of what is referenced in the episode: Facebook - Instagram - Twitter
Hell yes! Comedian, producer and sensitive son Bo Jagger Essery is our guest for this episode where we discuss a movie he worshipped as a child: 2000 comedy "Little Nicky", starring Adam Sandler, Patricia Arquette, Harvey Keitel, and Rhys Ifans. Join us on this diabolical ride!   For more Bo, follow him on Instagram: @bojaggeressery! And if you're in Victoria BC, check out his various shows like the Sült Mine Open Mic every Thursday at Sült Perogi Bar, and the Laugh Riot Comedy show every second Tuesday at the Victoria Event Centre.   *NSFW (mild swearing)*  *This episode contains SPOILERS*   Music by The Castagne's : http://www.thecastagnes.ca   Guest photo credit: KZ Photography   *** I respectfully acknowledge the Lekwungen peoples on whose unceded territory this podcast is produced, and the Songhees, Esquimalt and W̱SÁNEĆ nations whose relationships with these lands and waters shape their political thought, governance and self-determining authority that should inform how we all relate to this place.***     What Did I Miss? is a podcast where guests introduce TV shows and movies from their childhood to a host who has never seen them before.   French Canadian expat MJ Bourque asks her guests to introduce her to the movies and TV shows of their childhood so she can catch up on the cultural references she missed out on growing up in another language.   Every episode we recap the plot of the media in question, dive into some pieces of trivia, and learn a bit more about the guests themselves.   Follow What Did I Miss? on social media for news and pictures of what is referenced in the episode: Facebook - Instagram - Twitter
Hello, you've reached the winter of our discontent. We couldn't answer your call because Sara Emmett is here to introduce us to the 1994 romantic comedy "Reality Bites", written by Helen Childress, directed by Ben Stiller, and starring Winona Ryder, Ethan Hawke, Janeane Garofalo and Steve Zahn. At the beep, please leave your name, number, and a brief justification for the ontological necessity of modern man's existential dilemma, and we'll get back to you.   For more Sara Emmett, follow her on IG: @saraemmett. She's also on Twitter: @quitecliche.   *NSFW (mild swearing)*  *This episode contains SPOILERS*   Music by The Castagne's : http://www.thecastagnes.ca     *** I respectfully acknowledge the Lekwungen peoples on whose unceded territory this podcast is produced, and the Songhees, Esquimalt and W̱SÁNEĆ nations whose relationships with these lands and waters shape their political thought, governance and self-determining authority that should inform how we all relate to this place.***     What Did I Miss? is a podcast where guests introduce TV shows and movies from their childhood to a host who has never seen them before.   French Canadian expat MJ Bourque asks her guests to introduce her to the movies and TV shows of their childhood so she can catch up on the cultural references she missed out on growing up in another language.   Every episode we recap the plot of the media in question, dive into some pieces of trivia, and learn a bit more about the guests themselves.   Follow What Did I Miss? on social media for news and pictures of what is referenced in the episode: Facebook - Instagram - Twitter
Comedian and producer Zane Oak paw-d us a visit to discuss the 1967 musical comedy "Doctor Dolittle", directed by Richard Fleischer and starring Rex Harrison, Samantha Eggar and Anthony Newley!   For more Zane Oak, find him on IG: @oakzane! If you are in Victoria BC, check out his comedy show every Monday at the Vicious Poodle!     *NSFW (mild swearing)*  *This episode contains SPOILERS*   Music by The Castagne's : http://www.thecastagnes.ca     *** I respectfully acknowledge the Lekwungen peoples on whose unceded territory this podcast is produced, and the Songhees, Esquimalt and W̱SÁNEĆ nations whose relationships with these lands and waters shape their political thought, governance and self-determining authority that should inform how we all relate to this place.***     What Did I Miss? is a podcast where guests introduce TV shows and movies from their childhood to a host who has never seen them before.   French Canadian expat MJ Bourque asks her guests to introduce her to the movies and TV shows of their childhood so she can catch up on the cultural references she missed out on growing up in another language.   Every episode we recap the plot of the media in question, dive into some pieces of trivia, and learn a bit more about the guests themselves.   Follow What Did I Miss? on social media for news and pictures of what is referenced in the episode: Facebook - Instagram - Twitter
Comedian and math-doer Erin Haley makes it rain with her knowledge of 1994 comedy "Blank Check", starring  Brian Bonsall, Karen Duffy, James Rebhorn, and Tone Lōc. Join us on this adventure and you too can learn the true meaning of "more money more problems".   For more Erin Haley, check her out on Twitter: @WestCoastErin.   *NSFW (mild swearing)*  *This episode contains SPOILERS*   Music by The Castagne's : http://www.thecastagnes.ca     *** I respectfully acknowledge the Lekwungen peoples on whose unceded territory this podcast is produced, and the Songhees, Esquimalt and W̱SÁNEĆ nations whose relationships with these lands and waters shape their political thought, governance and self-determining authority that should inform how we all relate to this place.***     What Did I Miss? is a podcast where guests introduce TV shows and movies from their childhood to a host who has never seen them before.   French Canadian expat MJ Bourque asks her guests to introduce her to the movies and TV shows of their childhood so she can catch up on the cultural references she missed out on growing up in another language.   Every episode we recap the plot of the media in question, dive into some pieces of trivia, and learn a bit more about the guests themselves.   Follow What Did I Miss? on social media for news and pictures of what is referenced in the episode: Facebook - Instagram - Twitter
Yo Joe! Comedian Drew Farrance is here to drill us in the military art of 1987 animated action movie: "G.I. Joe The Movie", based on the Hasbro toy line, coproduced by Sunbow Productions and Marvel Productions and starring the voices of Don Johnson, Burgess Meredith and Sgt. Slaughter.   So be a credit to your country and join us on this wild ride where men are snakes and snakes are javelins! This I command!   *NSFW (mild swearing)*  *This episode contains SPOILERS*   Music by The Castagne's : http://www.thecastagnes.ca     *** I respectfully acknowledge the Lekwungen peoples on whose unceded territory this podcast is produced, and the Songhees, Esquimalt and W̱SÁNEĆ nations whose relationships with these lands and waters shape their political thought, governance and self-determining authority that should inform how we all relate to this place.***     What Did I Miss? is a podcast where guests introduce TV shows and movies from their childhood to a host who has never seen them before.   French Canadian expat MJ Bourque asks her guests to introduce her to the movies and TV shows of their childhood so she can catch up on the cultural references she missed out on growing up in another language.   Every episode we recap the plot of the media in question, dive into some pieces of trivia, and learn a bit more about the guests themselves.   Follow What Did I Miss? on social media for news and pictures of what is referenced in the episode: Facebook - Instagram - Twitter
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