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Mar 18, 2020

The Legends Of S.H.I.E.L.D. Director SP, Agent Lauren and Agent Michelle discuss the Netflix series Jessica Jones season 2 episodes “AKA Sole Survivor” and “AKA God Help The Hobo.” The Agents debrief you on what type of yarn is appropriate for an investigative board map, what type of Olympic sport would Jessica Jones win the gold medal in, Lauren’s special burglary advice, if Jessica Jones has an issue with electric powered vehicles, the ongoing theme of toxic masculinity in the Jessica Jones series, introductions to Inez the nurse and “Dr. Lisa Hansen,” how Jessica Jones deals with mandatory Anger Management group, the awesome Foggy Nelson sighting, Jeri Hogarth’s horrible ALS diagnosis, the ongoing relationship between Trish and Malcolm, what exactly is Pryce’s game in the series, how Jessica Jones is so unlucky, Trish’s eyes on drugs, how suspicious Griffin is and how the episodes have a better Private Investigative feel to them than season one.


Jessica Jones “AKA Sole Survivor” and “AKA God Help the Hobo”
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Jessica Jones “AKA Sole Survivor” and “AKA God Help the Hobo” premiere on Netflix March 8th, 2018 with the entirety of season 2.

Main Cast:

Krysten Ritter                            Jessica Jones
Rachael Taylor                           Trish Walker
Eka Darville                               Malcolm Ducasse
J.R. Ramirez                              Oscar Arocho
Terry Chen                                Pryce Cheng
Leah Gibson                               Inez Green
Carrie-Anne Moss                       Jeri Hogarth
Janet McTeer                             Alisa Jones
Elden Henson                             Foggy Nelson
Hal Ozsan                                  Griffin Sinclair
Maury Ginsberg                          Steven Benowitz
Angel Desai                               Linda Chao
Jacqueline Antaramian                Dr. Zakarian
Kevin Chacon                             Vido Arocho
Ben Van Bergen                         Dr. Tiboldt
Arnie Burton                              Eugene
Nichole Yannetty                        Nicole
Daniel Marcus                            Maury Tuttlebaum
Erik Frandsen                             Neighbor
Xavier Rodney                           Paparazzo #1
Ryan Bourque                            Paparazzo #2
John Ventimiglia                         Detective Eddy Costa
Lisa Tharps                                Detective Ruth Sunday
Victoria Cartagena                      Sonia
James McCaffrey                        Maximillian 'Max' Tatum
Haley Murphy                             Kelly Scott
Alan R. Rodriguez                       Chaz
Spenser Granese                       Gary
DeAriesha Mack                         Ex-Military Woman
Marco Torriani                            Sulky Teenager
Barbara Kingsley                        Sally
Maceo Oliver                              Nick
DeShawn White                          Marlene
Reema Sampat                          Teaser Date
Victor Pagan                              Homeless Man
Frank Licari                                Tabloid #1
Alex J. Moreno                           Tabloid #2
Tuffy Questell                            Cabbie
Malachi Nimmons                       Man
Wil Traval                                  Will Simpson
Anthony Robert Grasso               Ian (as Anthony Grasso)
Jay Klaitz                                   Robert 'Whizzer' Coleman
Ashlie Atkinson                           Mavis
Shayan Shojaee                         Rafi
Christopher McFarland                Ash
Jim C. Ferris                              Kyle
Andrew MacLarty                        Evan
Kelly Miller                                 Middle-Management Guy
Keilly McQuail                            Nutty Woman
Linda Thompson Williams            Teary-Eyed Woman
Narada Campbell                        Track Suited Man
Gabriel Lopez                             Mario
Sam Encarnacion                       Jorge (as Samuel Encarnacion)
Ruth Aguilar                               Marina
Jenny Paul                                 Bride
Reg Ferguson                             Groom
Marco Greco                              Security Guard
Rachel McPhee                           Woman In Robe
Rebecca De Mornay                    Dorothy Walker
Cece King                                  Makayla
Adaku Ononogbo                        Sheena
Christina Shea-Wright                 Amber
Joel Leffert                                Leland
Joseph Castillo-Midyett                Isaiah
Jake Boyd                                  Young Trader
Chris McGinn                              Bartender
Goldie Zwiebel                           Rina Kozlov

“AKA Sole Survivor”

Directed By: Mairzee Almas
33 directing credits starting 2001
9x Smallville
1x Alphas
2x Being Human
1x Haven
2x Defiance
3x Lost Girl
1x Shadowhunters
2x Lucifer
2x Arrow
1x Supergirl
5x The 100
4x Legends of Tomorrow
2x Jessica Jones
1x Batwoman

Written By: Lisa Randolph
10 writing credits starting 2002
2x The Shield
7x Being Human
4x Reign
2x Star Trek: Discovery
4x Jessica Jones
2x Prodigal Son

“AKA God Help the Hobo”

Directed By: Deborah Chow
24 directing credits starting 2002
2x Murdoch Mysteries
1x Beauty and the Beast
1x Mr. Robot
1x Vampire Diaries
1x Iron Fist
6x Reign
1x Jessica Jones
1x Lost in Space
1x Snowball
1x Better Call Saul
2x The Mandalorian

Written By: Jack Kenny
14 writing credits starting 1987
2x The Secret World of Alex Mack
6x Caroline in the City
7x Warehouse 13
2x Falling Skies
3x Jessica Jones

Jessica Jones is based on the Marvel comic by Brian Michael Bendis and Michael Gaydos

NEWS [46:10]


All of Disney Plus' Marvel Shows Pause Production Due to COVID-19, Including Loki and WandaVision
Disney has announced that it will temporarily shut down production on all of its upcoming Disney+ Marvel shows and films amid COVID-19 concerns. This news comes just a few days after Disney halted production on its upcoming Disney+ series The Falcon and the Winter Soldier.
The decision will affect all Marvel shows currently in production, including Loki and WandaVision. Shows that are currently in pre-production will continue to work remotely until further notice.
It remains unclear how long the pause on production will last. At the time of writing, Disney has made no announcement regarding delayed release dates for Loki and WandaVision.
Additionally, earlier this week Disney announced that it would delay its live-action Mulan film indefinitely, which was slated for a March 27 release date.


Agents of SHIELD Producer Reveals New Still of Daisy Johnson's Final Season Look
Long-time SHIELD producer Geoffrey Colo has taken to Twitter to unveil a new still of Chloe Bennet's Agent Daisy Johnson is her Sunday best. As seen in a still that's previously been circulated, Bennet's character is adorned head to toe with period-specific clothing as the Agents fight their way through the timeline.
Bennet herself previously teased the final season would please long-time fans of the show. "I can say we are back in time, so we have to get… the whole goal is to get back to where we were," Bennet explained last October. She added, "So that means traveling through a bunch of different time periods and who knows who we see on the way back, if we even get back. It's actually one of the most… season 4 and season 7 are definitely my favorite seasons of SHIELD. For the long-term fans, it's a really big pay-up and it's really, really fun,” she added. “When you've done six seasons and that many hours of TV, it's pretty hard on the writers to think what else do we do, and they killed it. Season seven is a really, really fun one."


Marvel’s final Black Widow trailer ‘goes back to the beginning’
Marvel Studios dropped its final trailer on Monday before Black Widow’s May 1 release date. The movie, which takes place after Captain America: Civil War and before Avengers: Infinity War, will follow Natasha Romanoff — the Black Widow — for one last mission.
The new trailer focuses heavily on Romanoff’s familial relationships, particularly with Yelena Belova (Florence Pugh), who is essentially a sister. We’ve seen the two women fight in a previous trailer, but this is a more intimate look at their relationship and bond. Like Romanoff, Belova was a fellow recruit for the Black Widow program.

OUTRO [55:58]

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