Aaron Ginsburg (writer/producer of The 100, director of The Thrilling Adventure Hour) is one of the great pizza chefs of Los Angeles. He joins Jeremy and Allison to discuss visions of terror, sabotage, the troubling nature of Cheers, potential surreality, and how things begin to shift starting with Twin Peaks Episode 9 (10 including The Pilot, or S02E02).
Show Notes and Links
- The 100 is on The CW.
- The Good Guys was a really, really good show, and should have ran for 20 years.
- Clone is one of the best comics that Image Comics (or anyone, for that matter) is publishing (ComiXology, first volume TPB). Aaron joined the book starting at the beginning of the second arc in #6. A guy finds out an army of clones of him exists. Things happen. It's great.
- A great Comic Book Resources interview with Ginsburg, Wade McIntyre, and David Schulner that took place as the second arc (Ginsburg's start on the series) began.