Stargirl Aftershow

STARGIRL 205 w/ Hunter Sansone

People open up, darkness grows, connections are made and HOLY GOD WHAT IS THAT?

We discuss the most bone-chilling episode of #DCStargirl yet, along with our pal @huntersansone, who joins us for the whole episode!

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2 thoughts on “STARGIRL 205 w/ Hunter Sansone”

  1. Shawn & Sarah, I love behind the scenes podcasts like yours and Ty & That Guy for The Expanse. Very informative on the motivations of the characters and I like the tidbits of info on how and why a scene came together from the cast and crew that created it. In your recap of the episode, you moved on from the Camney near-kiss so abruptly without pointing out that Cam’s Grandma witnessed their closeness with a scowl of disapproval. This is a harbinger of danger for Court, since we know Granny has freeze breath powers. I would’ve liked to hear Hunter’s comments on his relationship with his Grandmother.

    1. Hey, thanks for reaching out and for the kind words! I think we got a bit caught up in the kiss business and forgot about the disapproving scowl. Hunter DID have some chat about the grandmother, but it got cut because it was part of a discussion on a Behind-The-Scenes topic that I decided not to include in the episode. Nothing salacious, just a story I didn’t want to tell without an involved party’s explicit permission.

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