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The Jessica Jones After Show recaps, reviews and discusses episodes of Netflix's Jessica Jones.Show Summary: This Netflix original chronicles the life of one of the darker Marvel characters, the mysterious Jessica Jones. When a tragedy puts an end to her short-lived career as a superhero, Jessica settles in New York City and opens her own detective agency, called Alias Investigations, which seems to be called into cases involving people who have special abilities. Suffering from post-traumat ...
 
Off Camera is a podcast hosted by photographer/director Sam Jones, who created the show out of his passion for the long form conversational interview, and as a way to share his conversations with a myriad of artists, actors, musicians, directors, skateboarders, photographers, and writers that pique his interest. Because the best conversations happen Off Camera.
 
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Peggy’s puts on her reading glasses. Jarvis’ attempts to help. Souza and Thompson attempt to interrogate Peggy. Dooley misses a dinner date. Dottie and Doctor Ivchenko go to the movies. This episode contains: An overexposed fantasy sequence A false confession Cagney, but no Lacey “Pissy” eyes? Purposeful sartorial choices from the costumer designer…
 
Peggy gets authorization to conduct an investigation. Jarvis’ employment comes with unpleasant interactions. Dooley gets marriage counseling. Angie hangs up her Broadway dreams and enrolls in secretarial school. This episode contains: Dominatrix Dottie A discussion of what they called World War II immediately after it A business plan to bring back …
 
We delve a little deeper into Dottie’s backstory. Thompson begrudgingly takes Peggy on a mission overseas. Peggy reunites with some old friends. Souza gets an unfortunate eyeful. This episode contains: Vacation recaps The 107th (aka The Howling Commandos) A woman in the men’s locker room A Britishism Youths A war story A missing mattress Arya Stark…
 
Howard makes an unexpected return. Thompson assumes a leadership role. Peggy presses the eponymous button. Howard and Jarvis’ subterfuge is exposed. This episode contains: A horror movie sequence A dumbwaiter ride Taxi dance halls Pro bono espionage A sausagefest Zatanna Some risque photographs Fingerless gloves Food theft A Cyanide-dispensing time…
 
Peggy and Jarvis rappel eight feet to find Howard’s stolen inventions. The misogyny boys hide a key piece of evidence. The schlubby one gets rear-ended. This episode contains: A discussion of opening title sequences A pontification on Chris Evans’ tattoos How exactly people hide things in a sofa Unenforceable leasing agreements A death ray Treason …
 
Peggy and Jarvis go to great lengths to track down Randall the Vampire. Thompson engages in some police brutality. Souza examines some party photos. This episode contains: Old-time radio A woman-snaring bachelor pad A costume closet An inefficient interrogation Ray Wise A gadget broach Some improvised sound effects Some automotive speculation Some …
 
We follow SSR Agent Margaret “Peggy” Carter as she navigates her life in a post-war but full-sexist New York City. When an old friend from the war effort finds himself in a spot of bother, Peggy and a certain eponymous butler set off to make things right. This episode contains: A discussion on over-pronunciation Some deserved bashing of Thor: The D…
 
Join us as we talk over the least good Captain America movie, Captain America: The First Avenger on Disney+. It’s not the best, but directly ties into our first post-Jessica project, coming at you next week! Bonus points if you can figure it out before the dramatic reveal at the end of the track! Be advised, there may or may not be some extraneous …
 
NOTE: We had a buffering issue while watching the movie. It’s more likely to cause issues to try and cut around it, so you’ll just have to play along when we say our movie stopped. At last, the callback to the movie after which we named our podcast. Join us as we talk over the namesake of our podcast, the 2001 queer romcom Kissing Jessica Stein (on…
 
The Mummy (1999) was released 22 years ago today. God, we are old. Join us as we talk over a modern action-horror classic, The Mummy (1999) with Brendan Fraser and Rachel Weisz. (NOT to be confused with The Mummy (2017) with Tom Cruise. The less said about that one the better.) It’s a great movie we watch at least once a year. Watch along with us, …
 
Now, a warning?! Join us as we talk over the camptacular 1992 classic Death Becomes Her on HBO(Max). Goldie Hawn, Meryl Streep, and Bruce Willis were paying 50 when they were each maybe 35 to mixed results. Come for the actors, stay for the bonkers plot and now very dated visual effects. Be advised, there may or may not be some extraneous noises su…
 
Happy April Fools’ Day! Join us as we talk over a 1988 classic-ish comedy of errors, Big Business on Disney+. The movie is about twins who get separated and switched at birth only to be reunited decades later in 80s New York City. Be advised, there may or may not be some extraneous noises such as mouth sounds, breathing, chair creaking, and the noi…
 
Happy Saint Patrick’s Day! Monstrous beings! We’ve mentioned this movie at least twenty times by now. Please join us as we talk over one of the best worst movies of all time, Troll 2 (available on HBO/HBO Max at the time of recording). We do also recommend the Troll 2 drinking game/watchalong as provided by the podcast The Resurr-erection (only on …
 
Join us as we close out both Season 3 of Jessica Jones and the series as a whole, including, but no limited to: A brief filmography of the actors that played our secondary and tertiary characters A review of Season 3’s Rotten Tomatoes scores The best season The best villain The fashion MVP Regent of one-liners A ranking of Jessica’s love interests …
 
Note: Jeff got a new microphone and is fine-tuning it, so his audio on this episode is a little crunchy. There is also some mild background noise that comes and goes. You’ve been warned. Trish falls further down the rabbit hole. Erik and Malcolm complete their arcs, for real this time. Despite her best efforts, Jeri can’t stop karma. Jessica makes …
 
Note: Jeff got a new microphone and is fine-tuning it, so his audio on this episode is a little crunchy. There is also some mild background noise that comes and goes. You’ve been warned. Jessica tries to bring Trish back from the dark side. Erik and Malcolm speak to each other. Jeri has some valid concerns about her safety. Sallinger gets the boot.…
 
Happy Valentine's Day! Here’s to Down With Love! We’ve mentioned this movie at least twenty times by now. Please join us as we talk over one of the best but least appreciated romantic comedies in recent memory (if you consider recent to be 17 years). Be advised, there may or may not be some extraneous noises such as mouth sounds, breathing, light c…
 
Note: Jeff got a new microphone and is fine-tuning it, so his audio on this episode is a little crunchy. Trish and Erik are up to something. Dorothy is ruthless. Jeri’s evil plan is revealed. Jessica and Malcolm briefly appear. That is all. This episode contains: A discussion of Dunkin’ (Donuts) An accusation of theft Spoilers for Buffy the Vampire…
 
Jessica and Trish plan a funeral for a fashion icon. Malcom reunites with an old “friend.” Jeri is up to something . . . again. This episode contains: An immediate tangent A podcast tease Spoilers for The Haunting of Hill House, Hereditary, Star Wars: The Last Jedi, and Avengers: Infinity War An analysis of interrogation techniques A PSA on early f…
 
Jessica makes choices for Trish without her knowledge. Trish makes a DIY scratching post. Malcolm’s arc reaches its conclusion. Erik has some ragerts. Everything’s coming up Jeri. This episode contains: A third motel? A very artful candid photo A brief recap of James Gunn’s superhero filmography A brief discussion of pretentious names Some back-and…
 
Enjoy listening to us talk over Emma Stone’s star-making role in the 2010 high school comedy Easy A. Despite being only eleven years old, we dissect some of the more illogical and problematic aspects of the movie and decide it would not be made in its current form today. You should still watch for the best on-screen parents ever committed to film, …
 
Note: We spoil the twist ending of this episode almost immediately. Jessica and Trish flex their investigative muscles. Jeri does not know that Zaya knows what Malcolm knows. Dorothy actually helps. Gillian takes a break. This episode contains: A state law-mandated break Yet another stupidly named app A “backstabbing wh*re” A very early (or late) M…
 
Whatever despicability Jeri was up to is quickly revealed. The “female vigilante” Jessica Jones is at it again. Trish demonstrates really good bad acting. Malcolm’s character trajectory changes. Zaya does not have genital warts. This episode contains: A Hey Arnold! reference Spoilers for the music video of Lady Gaga’s Paparazzi The logistics of wha…
 
Trish has no chill. Sallinger becomes even more insufferable. Costa puts on a show. Jessica employs a new chauffeur. Malcolm goes agro. Jeri is up to something. This episode contains: Some CSI suits A ring light A recap of the Hannibal cinematic universe Some bullying attorneys An ill-advised memorial visitation A difinistration A Clive Barker line…
 
Ho ho ho! We talk over the thoroughly ridiculous Netflix original movie The Princess Switch (the original, not the sequel that just came out) starring Vanessa Hudgens and nobody else I know by name. We truly enjoy watching and making fun of this dumb movie, and think you will, too. Be advised, there may or may not be some extraneous noises such as …
 
“Moral certainty is always a sign of cultural inferiority. The more uncivilized the man, the surer he is that he knows precisely what is right and what is wrong. The truly civilized man is always skeptical and tolerant, in this field as in all others. His culture is based on ‘I am not too sure.’” -H.L. MenckenHenry Louis Mencken and Robert Downey J…
 
The talented and worldly Danai Gurira has been bridging the gap between disparate worlds ever since her family moved from Grinnell, IA to Africa when she was a toddler. In school, the self-described Zimerican (Zimbabwean-American) was the “African kid with a twangy American accent” who got along with everybody regardless of race and class.That abil…
 
The dynamic duo officially reunites. Sallinger indulges his hobby. Erik hosts a family reunion. Jeri and Malcolm reap what they sow. Jessica lends a hand. Trish does the same. Content Warning: In addition to all the other triggering content on this show, this specific episode includes suicide. This episode contains: The Kornacki Cam A phone contact…
 
Being a bona fide badass is the price of entry for a career in rock and roll; and if you ask Dave Grohl, it’s the key ingredient for just about anything worth doing. His approach to life has fueled the Foo Fighters’ 20 year,11 album career and garnered him a following of very stoked rock fans, many of who gathered at this year’s SXSW music conferen…
 
Jessica and Erik (aka Burger Dude) hunt down some nefarious characters. Trish finally exhibits some actual superpowers (stealth is not one of them). Malcolm adds plus two to Extortion. Kith play’s Jeri like a . . . cello. This episode contains: Scuba Steve A pair of BOLD pants Light paper turning ASMR An oddly-placed intercom A foil A horn in the b…
 
Awkwafina (also known as Nora Lum) is having quite a moment. She’s a part of the impressive cast of female icons (Sandra Bullock, Rihanna, Cate Blanchett, and more) in Ocean’s 8, and she’s so hilarious in Crazy Rich Asians that you’ll barely hear her next line over the sound of your own laughter. What does this moment in the spotlight feel like? Aw…
 
Join us for a spleen-didly good episode. Jessica ignores some medical advice (to the surprise of absolutely no one). Trish gets her ass handed to her, both physically and detectively. Malcolm goes back to school . . . again. Jeri is up to something. This episode contains: An in-depth discussion of ventriloquism and the history of it on TV A liter o…
 
John Goodman wasn’t always the imposing presence he is today, but he’s always had his charisma. As an eighth grader in Missouri, John charmed the “hard guys” in school with a spot-on Gomer Pyle impression so they would protect him. As he explains, “I was a little fat kid. I had the glasses with the tape in the middle. I was nerdy, man.”Heavily infl…
 
Trish underestimates the power of her stardom. When will Jessica just get over the untimely death of her mother? Dorothy is never too old to be a stage mom. Jeri practices all the different types of law. Malcolm leans further and further into the Dark Side. This episode contains: A lengthy discussion of insects and arachnids and whatever Daddy Long…
 
When the notoriously poker-faced Aubrey Plaza says that she’s wanted to be an actor since she was 13 and thus isn’t surprised it’s happening, or that perhaps the universe responded to her acting daydreams, you have to wonder, does she really mean that?Understandably, Aubrey Plaza used to hate the word “deadpan,” as associated as it’s become with th…
 
An undetermined amount of time after the end of season two, we check back in with our favorite New Yorkers . . . and Jeri. NOTE: As opposed to our regular episode format, this is actually a commentary track/watch along. You’ll still probably get something out of it, but you’ll probably get the most out of it if you watch along with us. If you want …
 
Common is a man who is anything but, and he’s been evolving as an artist since the start of his three-decade-and-counting career when he was a young musician rapping about his love for hip-hop. These days, in addition to being a Grammy-winning artist, Common is an established actor, known for his work on AMC’s Hell on Wheels and films like American…
 
Sherlock Holmes has a sister? Played by Mille Bobby Brown? You don’t say! Join us as we watch and talk over Enola Holmes together for the very first time. Jeff’s Smile: Cody Ko and Noel Miller on YouTube Mignonne’s Smile: The Charlie’s Angels movies from the 2000s (the Drew Barrymore ones) You would like to give us your money at patreon.com/kjjcast…
 
What does it take to feel confident that you’ve made it in Hollywood? “Coming from nowhere with no connections” and going almost overnight to A-list status with leads in a string of the most highly acclaimed films in recent history would do the trick. So would a modest but steely belief that acting is what you’re meant to do, and always will do. Je…
 
One of best ways to enter and appreciate the original, prolific brain of Joseph Gordon-Levitt is through the lens of hitRECord, the open, collaborative production company he founded in 2005, and one of the most creative and inspiring uses of the Internet ever. Its nearly 100,000 members submit projects – films, stories, songs, drawings, you name it…
 
We ate his liver with some fava beans and a nice Chianti. We watch the suspense/thriller classic The Silence of the Lambs and talk over it. This movie has everything, including Lieutenant Stottlemeyer from Monk. Join us, won’t you? Jeff’s Smile: Lovecraft Country (the book) by Matt Ruff Mignonne’s Smile: Scandinavian crime novels You would like to …
 
Much has been made–justifiably so–about the anemic diversity represented in film and television, most problematically when roles originally written for people of color are rewritten for white actors. So consider if you will the concept of a 5’ 4” woman of Indian descent writing and playing the part of a famously strapping white male actor – in 2002…
 
So no one told her life was going to be this way. Except Friends director Jimmy Burrows, who took Courteney Cox and her fellow cast members to dinner in Vegas, telling them to enjoy the last time they'd ever be able to go out together in public without causing total pandemonium. For Cox, who never had a master plan, it was the start of what was arg…
 
We’ve mentioned it in probably 60% of our episodes. At last, we watch and talk over Rogue One (aka Rogue One: A Star Wars Story). We love talking pros and cons about this divisive but less divisive than The Last Jedi entry into Star Wars canon. Jeff’s Smile: Alan Wake on XBOX 360 Mignonne’s Smile: Star Wars Rebels on Disney+ You would like to give …
 
For those of you watching this week’s Off Camera episode, do not adjust your sets…that is me sitting across from Matt, humiliatingly dressed head to toe in a Red Sox uniform, having lost a bet to Matt when my beloved Dodgers lost in the world series for the second year in a row. And for those of you listening or reading, well, just imagine my shame…
 
Mary Elizabeth Winstead’s first true love was the ballet, but her body had other plans, and she grew a bit too tall for the grande jeté. Luckily, her favorite parts about ballet—performing, telling a story, playing different characters—are all essential tenets of acting, and Mary found herself in love anew.Her early experiences acting reinforced he…
 
For the first time, we are watching a movie neither of us have ever seen. What a unique experience for both you and us. We blindly watch The Old Guard, a 2020 film starring Charlize Theron, only knowing that it’s an action movie. Watch along with us, won’t you? Jeff’s Smile: The Umbrella Academy on Netflix Mignonne’s Smile: Star Wars Rebels on Disn…
 
David Oyelowo has a favorite phrase from St. Francis of Assisi. “Preach the gospel, and every now and again use words.” You could see why. One of the most remarkably talented film and stage actors working today, he employs words to stunning effect, but it’s between syllables that one sees his real power. There’s something in his being that telegrap…
 
As a high school kid growing up in Oklahoma, Bill Hader received a progress report from his French teacher that had remarkable foresight: “Bill is very funny in class. He’ll probably be on Saturday Night Live one day. He has a 37% in class though. He will not be speaking French.”Bill had a natural gift for doing voices and impressions, and years la…
 
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