Dances With Dogs
Wishbone becomes a Native American warrior in the Dakota tale told by visiting storyteller Lee Natonabah. Joe and David volunteer to tell their own family stories as well at a story-telling performance, which leads to Joe feeling inadequate in his father's shadow.
"The full moon is out and Wishbone goes 'loony', burying everything in sight. Sam is accused of stealing a ring. And Wishbone alternatively sees himself as Franklin Blake in 'The Moonstone' by Wilkie Collins."This week John and Christian discuss the episode MoonboneLove Wishboning?Please make sure to review or share with a friend!Find us on twitter!@JohnnybGoodinLA@Christian_Humes
Pupcast - Game of Thrones (Pilot)
"Nine noble families fight for control over the mythical lands of Westeros, while an ancient enemy returns after being dormant for thousands of years."John and Christian discuss the Pilot "Winter is Coming" for the HBO series Game of Thrones and how well it relates to the book "The Black Arrow" and the Wishbone episode "War of the Noses"Love the show? Share with a friend and leave a review!Contact@JohnnybGoodinLA @Christian_Humes @ZyteHeist
War of The Noses
"Robert Louis Stevenson's 'Black Arrow: A Tale of Two Roses' is the backdrop for Wishbone's portrayal of Richard Shelton. In reality, Wishbone is being taken to the vet and feels betrayed by Ellen. What's worse, Wanda accidentally sends his chair to be reupholstered and Joe has to deal with a pathological liar."This week John and Christian discuss the episode War of The NosesLove Wishboning?Please make sure to review or share with a friend!Find us on twitter!@JohnnybGoodinLA@Christian_Humes