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We’ve got Nicole Villela sitting in for Gina to welcome stand-up Hana Michels! And Gina’s gonna regret missing this one because we’re talking about one of her favorites: Garfield and Friends! Don’t worry - it’s Robodie 2, but you don’t need to have seen Robodie 1 to keep up. It *would* be helpful to know about the Charles Schultz Museum, the Tone Loc classic “Funky Cold Medina”, and proper legal procedures for the permitting of caves on public property. So get to researching! But first Like, subscribe, and do all that stuff. Thanks for listening!...
Eve Esquire is with us and she’s brought a true ‘80s classic, She-Ra, Princess of Power! Ray couldn’t make it this time, so Chan and Gina do their best/worst impressions of him as we tackle feminism, unicorns, ableism and, of course, zebra dicks. Follow us on Twitter @gijoepodcast and, while you’re at it, why not follow @prezserpentor - an alternate timeline where Serpentor is elected president and his time in office feels suspiciously like the real world. Thanks for listening!...
From the archives, we bring you an episode stunning in its scope, epic in its power, and so, so squicky in its perversity. Eileen Mary O'Connell (of Skeeter-ial fame) is the number one Free Willy superfan ... possibly the only one, but it would be rude to inquire. This episode has early '90s crunchy hippie bullshit combined with early '90s bloodthirsty yet lovable marine mammals. What's not to love? Thanks for listening and please leave us a review on iTunes to warn people about what they're getting into with this podcast, for heaven's sake!...
It’s our first non-cartoon episode and, once again, we’ve achieved new levels of weirdness. Taylor Orci brings us a slapdash Disney show (filmed iat Disneyworld) from the early ‘90s that manages to be embarrassingly dated and racist in a way that makes it, arguably, the second worst shooting in Florida. We’ve got rollerblades and hip-hop and how can the songs be so awful with the genius of Mark Mothersbaugh involved? Maybe we can get Alice to use her CSI-skills to bring the perpetrator of this to justice. Join us for the madness - and Like us on Facebook to stay mad all week long. Th...
Who doesn’t love DIC pics? We’ve got comedian Jesse Klein with us to talk about a curious bit of ‘90s ephemera called Mummies Alive.  Mummies Alive is to the wonderful Gargoyles what DIC G.I. Joe is to original G.I. Joe - a cheaper, grosser knock-off of the good stuff. Let’s ride with cool absentee father Bubba who is definitely going to spend that prize money on seeing his son, not on meth! Plus, we talk rural planning and Geb’s plan to … keep humanity out of his forest right next to a city forever? Also, who doesn’t love a theme song that explains the set up of the show in EX...
How did we get from Strawberry Shortcake from G.I. Joe? As Ray would say: Don't worry about that. Instead, enjoy Erika Curry, co-host of The Scramble, as we navigate the sweet, sweet waters of Strawberry Valley.Who’s the real villain here? Is it the codependent couple of the Purple Pie Man and Sour Grapes? Or is it the cryptofascist Strawberry Shortcake? We talk about grass knolls, sticky pies, and Angel Food’s nearly sociopathic fat-shaming.All that and did Strawberry ever front punk/metal pioneers Suicidal Tendencies? Listen and find out! Unless, of course, you’re such a physic...
Beetlejuice! Beetlejuice! B- eeeefore we summon up the clown prince of darkness, let’s introduce Meredith Wynne Morris who brought us this gem (?) from the early ‘90s. She’s got stories - boy has she got stories - and in this episode, you’ll find out why she sent us an unsolicited, all-caps text that just read “COUNT FUCKULA”.We also discuss childhood fears (Ray was afraid of Beetlejuice; Meredith was afraid of Who Framed Roger Rabbit), Barb gets taken down a peg, and we discover Chan’s chemical composition (90% puns, 10% water).This episode drops on Labor Day, so celebra...
We’re back to Joe, taking on the DIC years! So many things wrong. It’s like when you’re feasting with the patriarch of your family, then he rips off his face to reveal he’s actually that Stark girl and she’s poisoned all your wine and … wait, what show are we talking about? Oh, right! Yeah, like why would Destro dump Baroness when the last time he crossed her, she destroyed his damn family castle? Also, something happened in the G.I. Joe movie because Cobra Commander is a snake. Neither Chan nor Gina have seen the movie, but Gina blames Ray personally for violating her completist ...
This isn’t your grandfather’s Jem! We have Stacy Rumaker (The Night Cap with Stacy Rumaker) who was afraid to bring on a “girl” cartoon - but it turns out Jem is so much more. Be prepared - even if you didn’t watch Jem, you recognize that theme song. But this is a season 3 ep, so it’s a completely different (and truly dreadful) tune. Stacy fills us in on the (literal) magic of Jerrica Benton while Chan pines for The Misfits, Gina laments the plight of huge women (dolls), and there’s an extended discussion about Fudgie the Whale because … reasons? Plus, this is a Buzz Dixon ep...
Brian Rubinow (Fat Wolf, The Night Cap with Stacy Rumaker) joins us with his childhood obsession. It’s a cartoon based on a video game called “Defenders of Dynatron City”. The game tanked, so only a single episode was ever produced, but it made an impression nevertheless. Featuring luminaries like Whoopi Goldberg and Tim Curry, you’d be forgiven if you thought this was set in the Fallout universe. Despite all that, Ray is less than impressed, while Chan is quite smitten. Pink slime, Chan and Dr. Mayhem bond over a shared method of utility bill payment, and is that a foreshadow of a po...
Hoo boy! You thought things were strange before? GI Joe was the shallow end of the pool. We’ll be coming back to some of the many other iterations of GI Joe, but we’ll also be bringing guests with the weird cartoons from *their* childhood. This week it’s Heather Woodward - writer and co-star on The Elite Daily Show! She brought us something we’ve been eyeballing for a while. It’s an anti-drug PSA from 1990 featuring an unholy mashup of characters: the Muppet Babies, ALF, Garfield, Winnie the Pooh, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles (just Michelangelo, the narc), Bugs Bunny and even more. ...
It’s the final episode of the main series and we’re going out like we came in: by mocking Ray! Plus we go through every graduation song from Gina’s very specific 1998-2003 period as she tries to get us all to commit suicide. The series is done, but we’re soldiering on! What’s next? Find out next week! Like, subscribe, review, and all that stuff! Thanks for listening!...
Started from the bottom, now we’re here on the Roof of the World! Lady Jaye’s come prepared with a Thanksgiving dinner javelin, Roadblock’s contribution is endless references (we think) to his dick, and laser hockey! Plus! Talk of swinging makes Ray wildly uncomfortable, Gina imagines G.I. Joe as a CW show, and Chan doesn’t understand how selling off the third piece of the Weather Dominator makes any sense when all three pieces are required to make the silly thing work. We’re almost done with the entire first series! You can find all the missing back episodes on our Patreon as well...
It’s part three of The Revenge of Cobra and we’ve got three exotic new locales! The Island of No Return! The Top of the World! And the eponymous Palace of Doom! We deal with unfortunate nicknames, racist cats, how easy it is to become a Joe and Ray gets unnecessarily excited over GI Joe robots. Plus, Chan waxes philosophical on the nature of American ninjas and Gina’s into the tender budding romance of giant snake robot and stone god statue. We love hearing from you, so review us on iTunes or post on our Facebook page. Thanks for listening!...
It’s episode 2 of the second original G.I. Joe miniseries and what would an original G.I. Joe miniseries be without an Arena of Sport? It’s back along with a bunch of other cockamamie goodness including energy-reflecting mirrors, some epic-level Destro laughs, and the introduction of Shipwreck! All this plus we learn that G.I. Joe is just fine with leaving a man behind, Chan questions the validity of sandboating on skis, and Darude? Like, subscribe, follow, and donate on Patreon to hear why Rubik, the Amazing Cube blew our damn minds. Thanks for listening!...
Special guest Nicole Villela takes us back to a magical time where bloated celebrity egos were best stroked by turning them into strangely unwatchable children's cartoons. Yes, the '90s!Bruno the Kid stars a pint-sized version of Bruce Willis who also happens to be a top-notch secret agent, but really it's just an excuse for Willis to continue his "blues" career. Yes, those air quotes are intentional, though opinions differ on whether what he plays can be considered "blues" or if, in fact, it is the death knell of the entire genre.We're in Egypt! France! The Orient Express! And Detroit...
The Revenge of Cobra! It’s the second mini-series and the last five episodes of the original episodes, so buckle up. Ray swears this is the best version of the theme song, but nobody cares because Gina is busy trying to touch her elbows behind her back. Destro’s Weather Dominator explanation is word salad (you know - that thing that Ray does) and we debate the necessity of adding creeper vines to your chaotic pits. Like, subscribe, donate, follow, and review us on iTunes please! Thanks for listening!...
The final episode of the first mini-series! We’re back after Chan’s vacation and Ray’s new jobs and Gina mumbled something about butts, so we’re not sure where we are, but on with the show! This episode contains a number very strange sounds which you can hear with your ears. The internet also contains a number of very strange images which you can see with your eyes, but as you will hear, we urge you not to. Please do not because eventually you will google yourself to a place you DO. NOT. WANT. TO. BE. Anyway, Destro’s a dummy, Scarlett and Selena throw down, and we have a pitch for...
In honor of one of the all-time greats, we're posting our Patreon episode of Batman: The Animated Series featuring Adam West. "Beware the Gray Ghost" is a brilliant take on the career of, arguably, the most self-aware comic book icon ever. Rest in POW!er, Mr. West....
Another one from the vault! Will Chan and Ray's love of wrestling overcome the rather suspect quality of this blatant cash grab? Will Gina be able to get over the weirdness of the brother from "Everybody Loves Raymond" as Hogan? Does the Pope shit in the woods? The answers are in the podcast!Um ... if you don't want to wait, the answers are "no", "no", and "no, but he did whizz in a urinal...
An episode driven by hunger and lack of sleep, we follow the story of The MASS Device to an unnamed South American locale and learn about the science of volcanic eruptions! Ok, not really but we do our best to make sense of it all! Ok, not really but we have a delightful time on the journey!In addition we ask important questions like 'Which would you rather have; A Jet Pack or a Sandwich?' and 'What type of food does Gina find repulsive?' As well as diving deep into the magic of 2 Timbers. All that and a Death Robot in a closet!Like! Subscribe! Shop at Boardwalk! Donate of Patreon! Enj...
Fans of the badass ninja known as Snake Eyes will be sorely disappointed by this episode back when he was just a weirdly standoffish commando, but the rest of it holds up surprisingly well! Baroness is delightfully spineless and cunning, the tube worms are genuinely horrifying, and we lose a few good Cobra troops to a disturbingly Major Tom-ish incident. Plus! Learn how Gina will die! Learn which continent Chan will never got to! And find out how many euphemisms for penis we can come up with in an unnecessarily long digression. Like! Subscribe! Shop at Boardwalk! Donate on Patreon! Listen li...
We have Haley Mancini of The Powerpuff Girls on, so naturally we talk about geography. But also G.I. Joe! The Arena of Sport! Mysterious Boston accents! And, of course, plenty of love for Chris Latta. Plus! Cave fuckin’, robots who use comedy props as weapons, and why would you try to talk to Snake Eyes on a walkie talkie? And we learn that it only took Gina close to 80 episodes to recognize the recurring bar music that’s been in almost every episode of the show. Like, subscribe, shop on Boardwalk, follow, and donate on Patreon. Haley is @HaleyMancini on Twitter. Thanks for listening!...
Gina’s out, so we got Steve Moulton in to guest host! Co-host of the View the Right Thing, Steve’s a die-hard G.I. Joe *and* KIHTP fan. We take listener questions - including everything from hot dogs to The Rock. Plus, we talk about the dumbest G.I. Joe toy ever. You know which one we’re talking about. You know. You can try to deny it, but you know.All that and Chan and Ray agreeing on F/M/K?! What is going on here? Listen to find out! While you’re at it, why not like, subscribe, follow, bamble, tunder, snoopchut, Patreon, and shop with us at boardwalkaudio.com/knowingishalfthepodc...
At long last, we finally circle back around to watch the *actual* first G.I. Joe episodes, the miniseries “A Real American Hero”! Um … after a brief, seven-minute digression into what “Fear Factor” made Chan eat. Do you like exotic substances? This episode has ‘em! Do you like Baroness and Major Bludd in disguise? This episode has ‘em too! Do you like in-depth discussions of cereal marshmallows and sandwiches? Sadly, this episode also has those. Plus the first neck chop, we play Conan or Giant Native American, and why was Mortal Kombat’s Goro not in Schindler’s List? Like, ...
Thank you to all the listeners of this podcast; you’re all wonderful. Not everybody on the internet is quite so nice, though. Gina went on Screen Junkies Movie Fights and the YouTube comments got BRUTAL. Like, Sgt. Slaughter ripping into a platoon of B.A.T.S. brutal. So thank you guys for being the best. From best to the worst! We’re talking Crystal Ball, who has no business being a Joe, a Cobra, or really any sort of action figure at all, no matter how much Stephen King had to do with the making of him. Plus, it’s an F/M/K with a Reptillo, Cross Country, and a Televiper! Who would you ...
This is it! The final episode of the original series! And we’ve got Buzz Dixon back to talk about how he brought his real-life military experience into the script. Find out what everybody thinks about country music! Find out what that stuff in the cafeteria is and if even Gina would want to eat it (spoiler: *sigh* she does)! And … is that secret snake cult Jewish (spoiler: no, but how could a...
Buzz Dixon is back and giving life advice! If you listen to this show, you probably grew up watching G.I. Joe, so you already have a healthy dose of Buzz’s world view already in you, but now you can get it straight from the source! Hear tales of Buzz’s sordid animation past, including writing for Goldie Gold and Action Jack, which definitely sounds terrible enough that we may do an episode on it down the road. Speaking of sordid pasts, Chan wears fake bangs for money! Thanks for listening! Don’t forget to like, subscribe, follow, and if you donate to our Patreon this month, we’re giv...
Hot flyer on flyer action this week as Slipstream - or, as Gina calls him, Slipknot - takes on Raven - or, as Ray calls her, lady Cobra AVAC pilot. This is definitely the first woman of color we’ve seen in Cobra OR G.I. Joe, so we gotta wonder who the real monsters are here. We talk teeth monsters, bad floor traps, plus - take a trip to the GOO ROOM! Then somebody says “Clarke-Chan-ning Tatum” and everything just goes to hell from there. Like, subscribe, review, follow, donate, and shop! Do it all and we’ll do it all for you! Thanks for listening!...
Listener questions! Find out the answer to the age-old question of who’s better: Cobra Commander or Serpentor? Also, what would a G.I. Joe video game look like? And a surprising amount of nerdy improv talk! Also, check out Ray guesting on Chan’s other *other* podcast, The Regenerates! It’s like Bizarro World KIHTP as Chan attempts to convince Ray to like something (Doctor Who) instead of the other way around. Check it out at http://boardwalkaudio.com/regenerates/ Like, subscribe, follow, donate, shop, review, review, review! We love them sweet, sweet 5-star/1-star reviews! Thanks for ...
This episode’s title doesn’t make much sense; no fatherly sins came back to bite anybody on this ass. In face, Destro’s dads did pretty good to round up that big ol’ snake/slug monster with twig arms. Not that you need to make sense to have a good episode. Find out how easy it is a to break a Joe (hint: it’s super easy - just tell them they’re fired) and find out just what the Joes think of Dialtone (hint: they haaaaaaaate him). All that and find out what that backwards message from Destro is (it’s really, really good - like, a billion times better than drink your Ovaltine good)...
This episode has way more Seth Green than you would expect for a podcast about GI Joe and GUARANTEED we’re not talking about what you think we’re talking about. Find out why Gina thinks people are just giant poopsacks! Plus, we can’t decide who’s who in Left, Right, and Center! And we make a hard edit to cut out Gina revealing intimate details about a famous celebrity (that neither Ray or Chan had heard of but, yeah, he’s super hot)! Like, subscribe, follow, donate, shop on Amazon through our link on Boardwalk Audio, and thanks for listening!...
Oh man, you continuity freaks are gonna love this ep! Hector Ramirez is back and he’s calling out all of Cobra’s classic bits! Ice cap melting! Currency counterfeiting! Sea serpent having! Plus, we talk about Flint’s gross, Axe Body Spray-wearing (probably) jealousy and Ray and Gina try to convince Chan that there’s no age limit on keg stands (cue the Rappin’ Granny). Do all the things! Like us, review us, follow us, tell your friends, shop on Amazon, and donate on Patreon! Thanks for listening!...
Hope you’re ready for an earful! Ray gets passionate in his defense of Millennials, despite not being one himself. Gina has an interesting parental strategy involving titties - tons and tons of titties. And finally, thirteen and a half minutes, we start talking about GI Joe! It’s a long haul, but it’s (probably) worth the journey! Like, Follow, subscribe! Thanks for listening!...
While Gina is away on business (she said she was going out for a pack of cigarettes - she's coming back ... right?), we got the wonderful Markeia McCarty to sit in. She brought us her fav old school cartoon - Sailor Moon!Find out Ray's dark and sordid history - okay, dark history ... okay, fine, it's not dark or sordid but it IS a history - with Sailor Moon and why he knows all the lyrics to the theme song. Keia fills us in on some of the backstory and the relative merits of chocolate sundaes vs. tiramisu are discussed.Like us on Facebook, follow us on Twitter, subscribe and review...
‘80s cartoons are weird, right? I mean, obviously we do a podcast about one, but we also talk briefly about the Potato Head Kids and hear a little of their theme song. Disturbing. Gina takes much umbrage to Ray’s assertion that holding your breath for 4 minutes is crazy and sets out to prove him wrong. Who wins? Well, if you’ve ever listened to this podcast, you know that nobody wins here. Everybody loses, just for different reasons. Plus, how could Chan have never seen Stand By Me? Like, subscribe, follow, donate, shop, do all the things and thanks for listening!...
Fans of Ray’s singing voice, rejoice! Hear classic tunes from West Side Story as you’ve never heard them! Terribly! Plus, find out which Joe (and please let us know what YOUR answer is) Ray, Gina, and Chan would take as their +1 to a wedding. Not only that, but there’s talk of who everybody’s favorite (and again, let us know your fav on our Facebook page) Dreadnok is. Turns out there are DOZENS of Dreadnoks and many of them are much cooler than the ones we get on the cartoon. Superpowers! F/M/K! And the filmcard for the pilots of the Cobra Firebats! We got it all this episode! Thanks...
Just in time for Chan’s actual wedding, we’ve got a wedding on G.I. Joe! You can tell there was an *actual* wedding because Chan’s still falling asleep (time how long the pauses are between times he speaks! Guaranteed, if it’s longer than a minute, he’s napping). We talk froyo, gelato, David Lynch, and Gina’s attraction to Gung Ho (is it a spoiler to say it’s food-related?). Mindbender is great at playing with his organ, but Serpentor’s too rough and breaks it! Wowie! The double entendres are flying! Like, subscribe, donate, follow, shop, and give us a review on iTunes! Thank...
It’s the episode you’ve been waiting for (if you’re a super creep or a sociopath or a serial killer)! We talk Low Light! The sniper who’s primary specialty is infantry, apparently? Before we get to him, though: Chan got married! See how the dynamic changes now that two-thirds of the podcast is hitched (spoiler: it doesn’t, except that Chan’s real tired). Plus, who’s your Star Trek captain? And if you say Han Solo, you’re getting a smack! Don’t forget to subscribe to our Patreon because this month, we’re doing a Hulk Hogan’s Rock ’n’ Wrestling episode that’s a guar...
Want to know how to defeat Ray, Gina, and Chan? Listen to this episode as we talk about phobias, dreams, and Gina pegs Low Light as a Comedy Guy. Also, more than you need to know Serpentor’s throne, Devin Townsend of Strapping Young Lad, and Jean Claude Van Damme! Like, subscribe, follow, donate and shop Amazon from our page at BoardwalkAudio.com! Thanks for listening!...
Of course we’ve got an F/M/K this episode, but we have an even more important question: Which Joes would make the best and worst parents? Plus, the toys are still on the table and you get to hear Gina’s pathologically organizational side. It’s kinda funny, but kinda creepy too. Like us! Follow us! Donate and subscribe! Thanks for listening!...
Gina didn’t have time to eat between work and podcasting, so naturally, this episode is all about food. Tacos, pasta trucks … hell, she ate three cupcakes during the taping alone. All we’re saying is you may wanna have a snack nearby while listening. This week, we uncover Shipwreck’s deep, dark secret. Plus, we discover what would happen if *we* were put in charge. Basically, Ray or Chan would destroy everything out of incompetence and Gina would crush the life out of everyone with her iron fist. Y’know, in case you were looking to hire us for a management position. Subscribe! Like...
Listener Dave gave us a Ziploc bag full of Joe figures, so the show is already off the rails before we even begin recording. Still, we persist! Ray asked Buzz which of the new Joes we made a couple weeks ago he likes best! He also reached out to Flint Dille about this episode! Plus, Gina and Chan uncover a dark secret that threatens to tear the podcast apart! Okay, fine. They just think that Ray is hard of hearing. It’s not that dark, it’s not really a secret, and we’ve already made this many episodes. If we were gonna get torn apart, we’d already be torn by now. Subscribe! Like! Do...
The episode that began it all! Well, for us, at least. This is the first episode that Ray and Chan watched as a test before the podcast began and it’s as batshit crazy as we remember. Aliens! Time travel! Sgt. Slaughter is a literal demigod! Absolute bananas. Plus! Hear what happens when Ladysmith Cat Mambazo wanders into the room (spoiler: everybody gets distracted), hear about King IKEA and, for some reason, Gina still loves Lifeline. Like us on Facebook! Follow us on Twitter! Give us a five-star review on iTunes! Donate on Patreon! Do your Amazon shopping through the link at Boardwalk A...
Clearly we've lost our minds. Despite no record in the feed of us ever having done Stormshadow, we're all pretty certain we've done it. Which is probably fine because Ray thinks he's in a gritty KIHTP reboot anyway. We're answering listener questions this week! Questions are always welcome - just leave them on our Facebook page. In this episode, we learn about puns, our favorite vehicles, and Gina introduces tells us about her hemorrhoid solution that is ... simply terrifying. F/M/K is a trio of baddies this time: Pierre LaFonte, Andre Velocite, and Osabesa. Who would you pick? Who did we pi...
Gina is stricken with Rick Perry’s Disease this week as she tries to list the three things she wants out of the episode. Guaranteed, that Fake Polly is not one of them. We talk about how creepy Low-Light is, what a fashion icon Wet Suit is (as well as how weirdly comfortable Sgt. Slaughter is about stealing his identity), and Gina hips us all to the new lingo: Bunders. Like us on Facebook! Follow us on Twitter? Join our Patreon! Use our Amazon link on Boardwalk Audio! Subscribe to Mercenary Review magazine nowhere because it doesn’t exist! And give us five- (or one-) star reviews on iTun...
Dear lord, somebody brought up eggs again. Just when you thought you were safe from ovipositor talk forever, SOMEBODY (rhymes with “bleena” and, no, Ray’s middle name is not “bleena”) brings up jade eggs. But wait, there’s more! We talk Radiohead! Ray tries to rap and it goes about as well as can be expected! Gina’s never running for public office! And do you know how Chan will split his F/M/K votes between Zarana, Roadblock, and B.A. (aka Bon Apetit, aka Bad Attitude, aka Bad Ass) LeCarre? Like us on Facebook! Follow us on Twitter! Subscribe wherever you get your podcasts from...
We’re talking Bridges this week! Lloyd! Beau! Brooklyn! What odes that have to do with G.I. Joe? Nothing! Like that’s stopped us before. This ep has all the B.A.s - Bad Attitudes! Bare Asses! Bad Asses! Bald Asses! Bug … um … Anginas? Plus Kelp poops, a Cold Slither throwback, and just how many times can you say the titular line in an episode? You’ll have to listen to find out! Or, y’know … watch the episode. But why would you do that when you could just listen to us? Subscribe, Like, Patreon and there’s an Amazon link at www.BoardwalkAudio.com/KnowingIsHalfThePodcast. Thanks...
Oh, you do not want to see what we look like this early in the morning. Cynical Chan, Enthusiastic Ray, and Effervescent Gina become Incoherent Chan, Surly Ray, and mmmrrrhh hmmmffggg Gina. But we soldier on as should you! There’s a twofer in this week’s F/M/K. Who would you choose between Serpentor’s 5000-year old snake, Chekhov’s BAT, and the duo of Leatherneck and Wet Suit. Spoiler: We all agree, but it takes a little convincing. Like us on Facebook! Subscribe to us on iTunes, Stitcher, or your favorite podcast app! Click on the ‘Support Our Artists’ banner at BoardwalkAudio.c...
Not since the glory days of Crimson Guard #9 have we been as enamored of a faceless Cobra soldier. But the Battle Android Trooper in this week’s episode - lovingly dubbed “Chekhov’s BAT” - has stolen our hearts. In our minds, he’s still out there, somewhere, still kicking ass and staring soulfully off into the distance. On the other hand, we once again learn why the Joes are always in uniform: Because they look like absolute schlubs without them. Wet Suit - who we not so lovingly dub “Sweat Suit” - seems to have got his fashion sense from his 70-year old mobster uncle. Plus! Fi...