It’s Time to Rewind: Week 11

Groundhog Day After Day After Day Week 11

Another week, another batch of podcast episodes going through Groundhog Day loop by loop. This week we get to look at an ice sculpture, another piano lesson, an awkward hug, and the death of an unnamed homeless man. Thanks to everyone who’s been listening, the podcast as a whole has reached the 500 downloads mark. May be a small number to some, but I’m happy that at least one person out there is listening and enjoying what I’m putting out there. As a reminder, if you’re a Patron on Patreon at the $3 a month level or more, you can already listen to the rest of the season right now! There’s only 4 episodes to go in this first season, so get listening!

Episode 31 Guest David Brook from Blueprint: Review and I discuss Phil’s Phil’s thirty-first  Groundhog Day that starts at 78 minutes and 31 seconds with Phil sculpting an Angel out of ice and ends at 78 minutes and 57 seconds with Rita asking Larry if he knew Phil could ice sculpt.

Episode 32 David Brook and I discuss Phil’s thirty-second Groundhog Day that starts at 78 minutes and 57 seconds with Phil badly playing Rachmaninoff’s Eighteenth Variation From Rhapsody On A Theme Of Paganini and ends at 79 minutes and 20 seconds with Phil saying that his father was a piano mover.

Episode 33 Guest Nolahn and I discuss Phil’s thirty-third Groundhog Day that starts at 79 minutes and 20 seconds with Phil giving Ned Ryerson and awkwardly long hug and ends at 81 minutes and 06 seconds with a nurse saying “Sometimes people just die” and Phil replying “not today”

About Bubbawheat

I'm a comic book movie enthusiast who has watched and reviewed over 500 superhero and comic book movies in the past seven years, my goal is to continue to find and watch and review every superhero movie ever made.

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