Stargirl Aftershow

“S.T.R.I.P.E.” Discussion

Sarah and Shawn take a deep-dive into Stargirl Episode 2: “S.T.R.I.P.E.” — Far more than just a recap, they really break down what’s going on and why, as well as providing exclusive Behind the Scenes information and Easter Eggs!

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4 thoughts on ““S.T.R.I.P.E.” Discussion”

    1. Hi Larry, thanks for the comment!
      We aren’t trying to make an issue out of anything, but we felt it important to address our listener’s question directly without glossing over his point about Georgia’s problematic history. As a person who works in Georgia’s film industry, I can tell you that these are considerations that productions make when selecting where to shoot, and I thought it was important to address that. Thanks for listening!

      -Shawn

  1. Very interesting, Shawn. I did watch the episode on DC Universe on Monday, and then watched the CW episode last night. The whole scene with Joey Zareck (sp?) telling his father that someone had broken into their house was missing from the CW airing. It does pay to watch both versions. Will it be like that moving forward from episode 3?

    1. Episodes 1 and 2 are the only ones with any sizable difference. From 3 on, the episodes are essentially identical between the platforms (a couple episodes have a minute or less of additional footage on the DC Universe, but most are unchanged).

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