April 6th, 2008

仁 → three past four in the morning

[#8] The One With The Nonexistent Parabola

Welcome back for the eighth episode of JEPcast! Recorded on April 5th, with all four hosts, Jennie/jadedfrenzy, Kamika/tinyangl, Peyton/ginzarhapsody, and Rhey/4_03_am. This one’s just a bit over an hour (don’t worry, there’s still plenty of rambling). Enjoy!

The One With The Nonexistent Parabola
Running Time: 01:05:34
Size: 30.0 MB
Download Links: MU | SS | MF
Streaming Audio:

Show Notes:

 - Peyton admits to have made another mistake.

JE News (04:06)
   - CHANGE starting late, May 12th
   - Miyake Ken starring in a Broadway production about WWII, Stalag 17
       - Japanese actors playing Americans and Germans?
Kinki Kids: 244 Endli-x
   - Kurikaesu Haru single and PV.
       - Haru Namida is popular with the masochistic hosts of JEPcast for the stabbed-in-the-gut feelings it induces.
   - Matsujun to appear in LA for The Hidden Fortress Premiere.
       - C3PO pops up in feudal Japan, and crying fangirls with uchiwas at serious Q&A sessions piss off MatsuJun.
Kanjani 8
    -BJ performance in Janiben: youtube | download
       - We are never gonna let this BJ thing die. BJ, YAY!
    -New Single, Don't U Ever Stop: one | two | three
       - After making you wet, what does Koki plan to do with his new solo? Smack some bitches while sipping the Courvoisier? Werd. Also, Taguchi Junnosuke has been replaced by his doppelganger, Taguchi Shunnosuke, in KAT-TUN.
   - Gokusen 3 Preview: one | two
       - Peyton cannot stop flailing.

Drama Talk (29:31): My Boss My Hero Episodes 1-3
  - We are so overwhelmed by The Pretty and their Love Triangle that blank air and long moments of silence are all we can produce as reactions.
  - Koki is so adorable. We’re on the Koki!love!train. Woowoo!
  - The math major in Kamika has complaints regarding the so called “beautiful parabola” in episode one, that was more like a straight frickin line.
  - We analyze school administrative figure stereotypes in dramas.
  - Addition with fractions as romanticism of the separation between parent and child.

Letters Segment (53:00)
  - What are our favorite dramas?
      - Kimura Takuya makes your uterus drop while Rhey gets herself a batsu point for bursting into song with I Was Born to Love You.


Thanks to the brilliant manonpikamishi for providing us with music, as always. ♥

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