Episode 91: Father, Werewolf, Holy Eagle

4 comments on Episode 91: Father, Werewolf, Holy Eagle

  1. AdamTM says:

    Jesus
    Jesus

    In a distant time
    And far away place
    The planet New Texas floats deep in space.
    Sky of three suns
    Land of precious ore
    The Kerium brought outlaws by the score.

    Jesus
    Jesus

    Then one day, a savior appeared
    With powers of hawk, wolf, puma and bear
    Protector of peace, mystic man from afar
    Champion of justice, the Alpha and the Omega!

    Jesus
    JESUS!
    Eyes of the hawk, ears of the wolf

    Jesus
    JESUS!
    Strength of the bear, speed of the puma

    Jesus
    JESUS

  2. Sam says:

    Thought you guys would be interested in seeing this. Turns out beheading is a family business in the middle east. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=UxmBp23W6nc

  3. Giles Farmer says:

    Amy Walkers’s accents are a little hokey. They are the kind of stereotypical accents taught at RADA, and haven’t been spoken by anyone in the British Isles since 1950.

    For a good example of the range of British/Irish accents, see
    “worldaccordingtodunk” here:

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=KH_kOjsXakM

    …and from the master, Peter Sellers here:

  4. Bart says:

    I agree with Giles Farmer. The accents are bit clichéd. The Toronto accent in particular sounded more like a Wisconsin accent to me. Toronto is the fourth largest city in North America and the most culturally diverse. More than 50% of Torontonians were born outside of Canada and approximately 46% of Torontonians are visible minorities.

    (http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Demographics_of_Toronto).

    As a consequence Toronto is a mishmash of accents from around the world. A non-ethnic Toronto accent as a consequence sounds very sterile and featureless more akin to the Seattle or California accent done by Amy.

    Other than that, no Torontonian says “sarry”. We say “sorry”.

    This is not to say that Canada does not have unique accents. We certainly do, but they’re usually from remote areas or from certain ethnically unique areas, such as Quebec, New Brunswick, Newfoundland, and just about any Northern Community.

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