The Protagonist Podcast #073: "Most maidens are perfectly capable of rescuing themselves." Celia Bowen in The Night Circus (Novel 2011) Part 2

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The Protagonist Podcast #073: "Most maidens are perfectly capable of rescuing themselves." Celia Bowen in The Night Circus (Novel 2011) Part 2

In Part 2 of our Night Circus discussion we don't have a plot summary, so it's all discussion about Celia Bowen, Erin Morgenstern's writing, and the magic of the Night Circus. If you haven't already done so, go back and listen to Episode 71 for Part 1 of our Night Circus discussion with special guest, Kjerste Christensen.

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The Protagonist Podcast #064: "Sorry sir. That's the last straw." Niles Crane in "Are you being served?" (S04E22) and "Murder Most Maris" (S11E08) of Frasier (TV 1997, 2003)

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The Protagonist Podcast #064: "Sorry sir. That's the last straw." Niles Crane in "Are you being served?" (S04E22) and "Murder Most Maris" (S11E08) of Frasier (TV 1997, 2003)

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This week we are joined by special guest Jim Mock as we tackle one of Joe's favorite characters of all time: Niles Crane from the sitcom Frasier. Listen as we discuss different types of comedy, what makes a healthy relationship, and long-form character evolution on one of the most decorated TV shows ever.

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The Protagonist Podcast #061: "We're best friends!" Hikaru, Umi, and Fuu in Magic Knight Rayearth (Comic 1993)

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The Protagonist Podcast #061: "We're best friends!" Hikaru, Umi, and Fuu in Magic Knight Rayearth (Comic 1993)

It's our first Manga! Join us for a discussion of Magic Knight Rayearth as we tackle topics such as relationships, what makes a good villainous plan, and how little we know about Manga (Japanese comic books).

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The Protagonist Podcast #058: "Sometimes I even think he might be ... a god." Haviland Tuf in Tuf Voyaging (Novel 1986)

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The Protagonist Podcast #058: "Sometimes I even think he might be ... a god." Haviland Tuf in Tuf Voyaging (Novel 1986)

This week, we talk about an overweight, bald, verbose spacefarer. That's right, we're talking about Havilund Tuf, from Tuf Voyaging by George R.R. Martin (don't worry if you've never heard of him, we hadn't either until listener Tommy requested that we talk about this book). We talk about dinosaurs on spaceships, the value of struggle, and delusions of godhood.

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