Across space and time comes a panel over one million years in the making. In this episode we take a step back into time and observe a panel from a bygone age of maskless, in-person convention gathering as we discuss the tour de force that is The Bill & Ted saga. We talk about the comedic greatness of the first film, the quest to do something new of the second, and speculate on what we want to see in the third. Along the way we’ll talk about humor that doesn’t age well, historical antics, and just what the deal was with Bill & Ted as characters. We’ll also discuss the genius of casting George Carlin, time-twisted narratives, and why you never want to have the last presentation.
As this is a convention panel there is no 5-minute controversy this week.
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