Episode #47 – The Sky May Fall But Creativity Survives

Episode #47 – The Sky May Fall But Creativity Survives

This week we see the return of Aloysius Fox to the show as our favorite movie reviewer takes a look at a movie franchise he loves. The James Bond film Skyfall is the focus as he digs in with Ginny and Charlie. Aloysius also sticks around for a Ginny Tonic libation creation in the Bottoms Up segment. Think that’s enough? Not even close. This week Ginny and Charlie also catch you up on the events of the last couple weeks, share a classic music selection and get into an interesting discussion of art and personal creativity. The Charlie Tonic Hour returns!

Run Time: 1 hour, 9 Minutes, 48 Seconds

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 Segment 1 – Discourse Intercourse
(Starts at 16 seconds into the show)
SOFA Chicago 2012
Re-Inventing Sundays: Japps Grilled Cheese Cook-Off!
Election Day 2012
Frenchy and the Punk and Ford Theatre Reunion
Little LebowskiFest
 Segment 2 – Art and Creativity
(Starts at 13 minutes, 52 seconds into the show)
Ginny Tonic’s Recent Art
The App Ginny Discusses
Book Mentioned in the Segment:
The Creative License by Danny Gregory
Book Mentioned in the Segment:
Letters to a Young Poet by Rainer Maria Rilke

 Segment 3 – Skyfall
With Special Guest Aloysius Fox
(Starts at 34 minutes, 12 seconds into the show)
Official Trailer:
Ginny Tonic’s Bonus Article:

 Segment 4 – Bottoms Up
Coffee Infused Bourbon
With Special Guest Aloysius Fox
(Starts at 53 minutes, 9 seconds into the show)
Website Ginny Tonic Mentions:

  Segment 5 – Closing Out The Show
(Starts at 1 hour, 32 seconds into the show)
This Week’s James Bond Inspired Musical Recommendation
Carley Simon – Nobody Does It Better
From the Spy Who Loved Me

The Music You Hear Throughout the Episode

2 Responsesto “Episode #47 – The Sky May Fall But Creativity Survives”

  1. travis says:

    See you all Saturday! You should have talked to Susan about the Bond movie. She is probably the biggest fan I know. I got her all of the Bond movies on DVD in a box set (up to the new Casino Royale) a few years ago for Christmas, and her name and number in Roller Derby are both nods to Bond.

  2. Juliet says:

    Your discussion of Bond and the subsequent Bond-related music segment reminded me of this great audio documentary that traces the history of Bond through the music used in the films: http://thirdcoastfestival.org/library/1214


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