It’s time to complete our WATCHMEN trifecta by celebrating the 1-year anniversary of HBO’s Emmy winning series and followup to Alan Moore and Dave Gibbon’s Watchmen. We’re joined by special guest,  Tulsa, Oklahoma resident and best friend to the pod, Jeremy Skinner ( TCK TOCK! TICK TOCK!

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  1. Daniel Langsdale on

    I normally like this show, but the persistent, insistent, deliberate mispronunciation of “Ozymandias” throughout the episode was like nails on a chalkboard. I tried to get past it, but it was so pervasive that I ended up stopping after the first third of the episode.

    Hear you next time.

    • Daniel Langsdale on

      To clarify, it’s not the placement of the stress, it’s the vowel. Whichever syllable you give the main stress, the “i” should still be pronounced “ee,” not “eye” so it would be aw-zeh-man-DEE-us.

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