Thursday, December 23, 2010

Rushing for that perfect gift?

Why not introduce your friends to this show? It's a priceless gift, really.

In fact, this second part of our Christmas episode has helpful tips, like how to win the heart of your lover, and how to make eggnog

Our story is Chapters 5-9 of A Teen Titans Christmas by JeetJeet

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P.I.T. 29: The Christmas Episode, Part 1, A Teen Titans Christmas

Feeling a bit bah-humbugged?
Worry no more. Just in time for Christmas, is our Christmas Episode. It's so big it had to be done in two parts.
In this Episode Andrew Cook reads and sings, as only he can.

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Saturday, October 30, 2010

P.I.T. Episode 28 : Tricks and Treats

This episode, Andrew Cook answers the letters or those trick or treaters that sent emails. He also offers four spooky stories guaranteed to make your mind fry, which would be good for the zombies.

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Tonight's stories are:
Intro: Halloween 3

  • Jehan Alain - Litanies
  • Prokofiev - Romeo and Juliet, No 13 Dance of the Knights
  • Liszt - Mephisto Waltz
  • Tartini - Sonata in G Minor - Devil's Trill
  • Béla Bartók- String Quartet No. 4:4. Allegretto pizzicato

Wednesday, September 29, 2010

P.I.T #27: Scott Pilgrim vs The Fanfiction

So last month, Bryan Lee O'Malley pretty much said if his fans wanted more Scott Pilgrim we'd have to fanfic it. While most would consider such a statement was that all the story that needed to be told was told. Andrew Cook, however, figured the internet would take this as a challenge. As usual, he was correct.

Not only are we featuring Scott Pilgrim fan fiction:
We introduce the next generation of fanfiction with two interactive stories from Scott Pilgrim vs the Internet. Interactive, because you can even get in on the action.

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  • Quartet for Strings No. 19 in C "Dissonant" - Mozart
  • Sonata for Violin, cello and Piano - Chopin
  • Jeux d'eau by Ravel
  • In der Natur - Dvořák
  • Romanian Rhapsody No.1 in A major - Enescu

Saturday, September 11, 2010

Scott Pilgrim Fan Fiction?

Bryan Lee O Malley- “Vol 6 is the last Scott Pilgrim book. You’ll just have to fanfic the “rest” …was that not clear?”

You all know what you must do. Come on internet, don’t let me down.

Monday, September 6, 2010

P.I.T. 26: Quivering - On Dark Wings and Dark Nights, Book 2

The sequel to one of our most downloaded episodes in this podcast is here.

In"On Dark Wings and Dark Knights: Book 2" some time has passed since Damien Nathaniel Wren had Batman muck about in a crossover. Here we see the aftermath of The Dark Night's visit.
While this episode steps away from our usual format, we'll be back to reading fan fiction set to classical music soon.

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Saturday, July 24, 2010

P.I.T. XXV: The Final Countdown - The Most Ominous Threat: Osama bin Laden, part 2

The epic tale, "The Most Ominous Threat: Osama bin Laden" by Moonlight Bomber, continues.

This is part two of our thrill-seeking journey, complete with turn-based action. Those of you with weak hearts should take your medication, this part is even more packed with crossovers than the last.

Yes it's possible

If that wasn't enough, the last two minutes may change your life.

Intro: Final Fantasy I+II commercial.
Music: "Symphony No.9", by Antonín Dvořák
and "Wedding Day at Troldhaugen", by Grieg

Friday, July 9, 2010

P.I.T. XXIV: It’s All Part of my Final Fantasy - The Most Ominous Threat: Osama bin Laden

Venturing forth into July comes a tale of action, patriotism, heroics, romance, and fantasy. Andrew Cook reads his first Final Fantasy fan fiction, on this program, “The Most Ominous Threat: Osama bin Laden” by Moonlight Bomber.

Join us for part one of our thrill-seeking journey of epic proportions, all in turn-based action, as heroes come into our world to face off against Osama bin Laden.

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Intro: Final Fantasy VII commercial.
Music: “Symphony No. 9″ and “Symphony No. 5″ by Shostakovich

Friday, June 18, 2010

P.I.T. 23: The LOST Episode

Recovering from last episode, Andrew Cook reads three stories inspired by the hit television series LOST

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Tonight's stories are:
At one point, he explains round one of the World Cup while trying not to cause an international incident.

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Tonight's musical selections:
  • "Sonata for violin and piano in G major" by Ravel
  • "Quintet in Eb Major Op. 67 #3" by Danzi
  • "Hammersmith" by Holst
  • "Variations on a Rococo Theme Op.33" by Tchaikovsky

Friday, May 28, 2010

Episode 22 : Lorem Ipsum - My Immortal Part II

Tonight we continue "My Immortal" by Tara Gilesbie. This is the second half, chapters 22-44. It is said that this dark tale gives Cthulhu the heebie-jeebies.
Did Andrew Cooke survive it's epic conclusion?

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  • Symphony No. 1 'The Gothic', fourth, fifth, and sixth movements by Havergal Brian

  • Sonata No. 2 in B-flat minor, Op. 35, 3rd movement by Chopin

  • My Immortal Program Guide

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    Saturday, May 1, 2010

    Episode 21 - Darker than the Center of a Black Hole

    Tonight’s episode is a reading of “My Immortal” by Tara Gilesbie. This is a gothic tale of macabre and self-insertion, like an 50 megaton F-bomb exploded in a Hot Topic the size of Texas. Andrew Cook struggles to hold on to his sanity, and barely pulls through. Don’t fret, this is only the first half, chapters 1-22.
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    Did you know you can get this podcast on iTunes? It’s true!
    Andrew Cook gives you instructions to follow right at the beginning of the episode.

    Saturday, April 10, 2010

    Episode 20: Live from Megacon 2010

    This past Megacon, we recorded a special live episode of one of my favorite Fan-fictions ever, "Quentin Tarantino's Ranma 1/2" by Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne. Andrew Cooke doesn't take on this epic alone he has the help of the Pretentious Players, a group of actors banded together from remote galaxies.

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    Special thanks to: Jared, Les, Stacy, Mr. Slippery, and everyone who joined in.
    While the old email still works, I made one easier to remember.
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    Tuesday, March 9, 2010

    P.I.T. 19: It’s Full of Stars

    On the verge of our live episode, Andrew Cook gives us a quartet of classics.
    Pretentious Internet Theatre will be at Megacon, Sunday March the 14th. You can not only find out what will be read, but how to be part of the action.

    Tonight's stories are:
    Robotech vs. Star Wars: The Day the Universe Stood still by SonGokuSSJ
    Star Trek: Conundrum by Reginald Hansen
    Starlight Knight by Sakura Lisel
    and the legendaryA Trekkie's Tale by Paula Smith

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    Intro: The Spirit of Massachusetts
    • Symphony No.41 by Mozart
    • Adagio from Spartacus by Khachaturian
    • Brandenburg Concerto No.6 in B flat 3rd mvt by Bach
    • Op. 97a, Suite from The Gadfly VIII. Romance by Shostakovich
    • Thus Spoke Zarathustra by Strauss
    P.S. If you found us through Gundamn! thanks for visiting.

    Tuesday, February 9, 2010

    P.I.T. Episode 18 and Life to Go

    This special holiday episode a trio of short stories, wait multiple holidays again?
    Also, all roads lead to Megacon.

    Tonight's stories are:
    Wufei's Chinese New Year by princesspriscillamaxwell
    MacGyver by Crina
    and Valentine's Day Surprise by Krissey-da-Cougar

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    • High Mountain, Flowing Water

    • Serenade for strings in e minor, Op.20 by Edward Elgar

    • Romance for Violin and Orchestra No.1 in G Major by Beethoven

    • Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart - Clarinet Concerto in A Major

    • P.S. If you found us through Gundamn! thanks for visiting.

      Wednesday, January 13, 2010

      Episode 17: My Little Monkee

      In the first episode of 2010, Andrew Cook reads a piece which features a My Little Pony/Monkees crossover. It's called Endless Winter, and is either written by the enigmatic Erin or her little pony Medley. Come visit us at Megacon 2010, and be part of the elite.

      • Symphony No. 1 by Tchaikovsky
      • Spring Song by Mendelssohn