Top Ten Anomaly Episodes

We have been producing Anomaly episodes for seven years, but it wasn’t until recently that we were able to review our stats to see which episodes resonated the most with our audience. That transition occurred two years ago when we switched to Libsyn. Now we know where our listeners are from (country, region and city), and how many times they download or streaming each episode. Don’t worry, we don’t know anything more than that. You can take the aluminum foil hat off your head ;)

We wanted to share our top ten episodes, from the past two years, incase you’re new to our show or if you are the type to pick and choose between episodes. People really enjoyed these, maybe you will too. We also include links to similar episodes.

Below, the top ten Anomaly episodes are listed in descending order. I hope you’ll check them out and if you haven’t already, please subscribe to our podcast feed for the latest editions. You can also find back episodes in our archive, just don’t judge the early ones too harshly, we’ve come a long way since then. I hope you enjoy these episodes. Let us know if you have comments on these or any other show. Join our  community of listeners: Facebook Group and Twitter.

 

Top Ten

And Related Episodes

 

Shaun of the Dead Album Art10. Anomaly of Shaun of The Dead
Our special guest, Simon Meddings from Waffle On, joined us in a review of Shaun of The Dead. We compared it to Dawn of the Dead and various other flicks. It kicked off with a fun zombie skit. We have plans to record with Simon again soon. The topic? Dracula! If you like this episode, you might also enjoy Monty Python and the Holy Grail, X-Files: Jose Chung from Outer Space, Galaxy Quest, The Guild, Spaceballs, Futurama: Love’s Labours Lost in Space.
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9. Anomaly of The Texas Renaissance Festival (T-Ren) 2011
Angela and I talk about the biggest renaissance fair in the U.S., what to expect/how to prepare and what our experience was like that year. If you like this then check these out too: Anomaly Episode 4 (2007), Anomaly Renfest Roundtable (2008), Rock’n Renfest ’09, Anomaly Renfest 2012, Clockwork Con 2012, New York City ComicCon 2011, DragonCon Wrap Up 2011, New York City ComicCon 2012.
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8. Austin ComicCon Women of Star Trek: Marina Sirtis/Gates McFadden Panel
Angela and I released a panel recorded at the 2012 ComicCon in Austin, Texas. In this episode, Angela asks Marina and Gates what they “geek out about”, which inspires Marina to show off her Football tattoo. If you like this episode you might also like the Screen Future Panel from New York City ComicCon 2011.
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7. Anomaly Supplemental: Favorite Sci-Fi Cartoons
Sue, Kasey, Anne and I talk about our favorite science fiction and fantasy cartoons. Because of the age differences, there was a good range of shows discussed.
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6. Anomaly Supplemental: Into The Woods
Sue and Kasey discuss the whimsical musical: Into The Woods. We have a lot of theatre geeks on staff and in our audience! Yay! If you like this episode, then you’ll like these reviews too: Buffy: Once More with Feeling, Labyrinth, Little Shop of Horrors, A Very Potter Musical (in the podcast feed), Slings and Arrows Part I, Slings and Arrows Part II.
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5. Anomaly of Jayne’s Town
Angela and I talk about one of the most popular Firelfly episode…it’s one of our favorites too.
If you like this episode, you’ll like our reviews of Shindig and Out of Gas, available in our archive.
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4. Ship in A Bottle/TNG’s 25th Anniversary
Angela and I talk about what Star Trek, and ST: TNG specifically, mean to us. Then we re-released a review we did several years earlier, on TNG: Ship In A Bottle. If you’re a Trekkie, you might also enjoy these episodes: Star Trek (2009) Movie Review, Star Trek: Into Darkness, The Measure of a Man, Data Character AnalysisAll Things Trek Interview, Worst of Trek: The Game, Worst of Trek: Sub Rosa, Worst of Trek: Way to Eden, Ezri Dax Debate (2008).
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3. Austin ComicCon 2012
Angela and Jen released a special video report on their experience at Austin ComicCon. It’s loaded with cosplay photos and fun! If you like this video episode, you might also enjoy their Clockwork Con 2012 video.
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2. Anomaly Supplemental: A Very Potter Musical
Kasey, Sue and Sarah chat about a little production that’s made it huge on the interwebs.
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1. The Hunger Games: Round-table review of the Book and Film 2012
Angela and I were joined by Sue, Kasey, Anne, Michelle, Lynn and Sarah in a review of the Hunger Games Book and Film. There were lots of opinions on this one. If you like this roundtable, you might also like Women of Sci-Fi, Fantasy and Fandom Part 1 and Part 2.
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By | 2016-12-22T14:25:05+00:00 May 22nd, 2013|Anomalous Musings, Anomaly, Anomaly Supplemental, News, Show Notes|0 Comments

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Believer, wife, mom, designer, voice actress, podcast host…Anomaly. Jen is one of the founding co-hosts of Anomaly. She introduced Angela to Podcasts in 2006, after stumbling upon Treks In Sci-Fi. They became involved in the Trek SF forum and were encouraged by the host (and now good friend) Rico Dosti, to start their own show. They did in 2007 with a little help from their friends and have never looked back. :)

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