This week on Operation Kino, we are amazed and delighted to be celebrating our 100th episode! As we have for every 25th episode-- or "Quarter Quell"-- we've changed up the format, and this time we've each brought in one of our family members for a discussion about… well, ourselves. In each of the four segments one of the usual podcasters is replaced by a family member, who is forced to answer questions about how in the world we turned out his way. Katey's sister reveals how their entire family got obsessed with Titanic, Patches' father admits he doesn't share his son's enthusiasm for The Smurfs, Da7e's mom shares some of the slightly too explicit home movies he made as a child, and David's brother-in-law-- who likes even more obscure movies than David does!-- calls David the most knowledgeable film lover he knows.
Take a listen below and find your downloading options; for more from all of us, you can follow the show (@opkino), Da7e (@da7e), David (@davidehrlich or @CriterionCorner), Patches (@misterpatches) and Katey (@kateyrich) on Twitter.
You can click here to watch one of the home movies that Da7e made, starting with an appearance by his mom and ending with a brotherly wrestling match. The thumbnail image for this post is Matt Patches as a young child.
And a heartfelt thank you to all of you who have listened to us, whether you started last week or you've been with us since the beginning. I don't know if any of us expected the podcast to last this long, and it's been a treat and a huge learning experience to have these conversations, both with each other every week and with listeners. Here's to the next 100!
02:50 - 18:28 Kellen Rich, Katey's sister
19:01 - 33:33 Rod Patches, Patches' father
34:07 - 52:21 Liz Gonzales, Da7e's mother
52:21 - 1:09:08 Noam Elcott, David's brother-in-law
1:09:08 - 1:10:33 Goodbye!
"Dope Crunk" by Beats Antique
"When the Going Gets Tough The Tough Gets Krazee" by !!!
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