Episode #61 – House of Cards, DC Controversy and the Beerfest

Episode #61 – House of Cards, DC Controversy and the Beerfest

Ginny Tonic and Charlie return from the Cincy Winter Beerfest full of stories and a few of them can even be shared on this week’s show. After a quick catch up on all the fun, these two cover the new Netflix original series House of Cards and discuss what this show (and shows like it) might mean for television’s future. From there they dip a toe into the hot water of the recent DC Comics controversy. The company invited controversial (and quite homophobic) Orson Scott Card to write the first few issues of a new Superman series and reactions have been all over the news.  Our Bottoms Up segment comes directly from the floor of Beerfest as Tom Aguero from Queen City Drinks joins us for a great beer review.  From there we close with some music and serve up a very full show this week.



Run Time: 57 Minutes, 7 Seconds

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 Segment 1 – Discourse Intercourse
(Starts at 17 seconds into the show)
Check out more photos in Ginny Tonic’s recent post!
Cincy Beerfest and 5B Blogging Conference
Sunday Fun!
One drink from Ginny Tonic’s night out with Kristen
 Segment 2 – Netflix and the House of Cards
(Starts at 13 minutes, 10 seconds into the show)
Official Show Site
House of Cards
 Segment 3 – DC Comics, Orson Scott Card and Superman
(Starts at 25 minutes, 56 seconds into the show)
Related and Referenced Articles
The Daily Beast – Superman vs. the Homophobe
 Segment 4 – Bottoms Up
Blank Slate Brewing Company – Fork In The Road
with Tom Aguero 
(Starts at 41 minutes, 35 seconds into the show)
That’s Tom Aguero behind Ginny photo bombing!
  Segment 5 – Closing Out The Show
(Starts at 50 minutes, 52 seconds into the show)
Ginny Tonic’s Music Recommendation For This Week
Kimbra – Settle Down
Things to Watch
Our New Show Begins Friday

The Music You Hear Throughout the Episode
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