Jason Heck returns to talk facehugger motivation, Burke's possible plan, and what kind of glass that Med Bay window is made of.
Jason Heck returns to talk with John about Ripley's trust issues, posit some wild theories about who might've put the facehugger in the med bay, and go on way too long about Peter Hyams' Outland.
Todd Norris finishes out the week by talking with John and Mitch about Newt reverting to her old ways, the visual effects in Aliens, and the state of cinema in 2017.
Today, Todd, John, and Mitch talk about James Cameron's sense of geography, Ripley as a soldier, and whether Burke seemed as bad in 1986 as he does today.
John, Mitch, and Todd discuss the odd structure of the Aliens screenplay and the lone "love" scene in the film.
Todd Norris returns to talk with use about the cinematography in Aliens.
This week, John and Mitch are joined by former guest Todd Norris to talk about the Blu-Ray transfer, Bishop telling a joke, and why there seemed to be a new attitude toward androids in the 80s.
John and Mitch finish out the week by discussing the timing of Plan B, why Bishop is the obvious choice to go out and align the dish, and we talk about a great Sigourney Weaver moment.
John and Mitch discuss sentry guns, ticking bombs, and missed opportunities.
Today, John and Mitch discuss Burke's tone-deaf sales pitch, Ripley's rising rage, and doubling down on a dumb line.
Mitch and John discuss a bit of dialogue added to the Director's Cut that really bugged them.
Mitch Brian returns!
John Robert Wilson and Crystal Beth return for one last episode to talk about a rather morbid conversation.
It's nap time for Newt but Crystal Beth and John Robert Wilson are wide awake and ready to talk about med bay bunks, space heaters, and doll heads.
Crystal Beth and John Robert are back to talk about proposals, tracking devices, and Tom Skerritt's face.
John Robert and Crystal Beth return to talk about a competent Hudson, a half-hearted yawn, and some awkward pointing.
John has returned from vacation and he put Crystal Beth in charge of co-hosting duties. They discuss Ripley's administrative strategies with Hudson, how the Xeno cocoons compare to the ones in Stranger Things, and they talk about which version of the Alien they find the most disturbing. Crystal also brought her life partner/ Fifth Eleminute co-host John Robert Wilson along.
It's Kyle and Bray's last day and they finish up by talking about gear-up scenes and Michael Biehn's career.
Kyle and Brady are back to discuss a couple of iconic lines.
Today, Kyle and Brady discuss the dropship crash.