Episode Sixteen – Goblin Paradise

Kev mixes The Goonies, The Dirty Dozen, & a dash of Gremlins, all while wondering what, exactly, a Goblin Paradise might look like, and how you’d find one if you needed to.
Craig heads for the movie Labyrinth by a roundabout route, and contemplates both massive political upheaval and the Terrible Madness Of The Goblin King.
Ben starts with the French cinema during World War Two and ends up with an all-Goblin theater troupe.
Tonya traces the roots of the word ‘Goblin’, and takes us, through household gods and mine-spirits, to the last desperate search for a home for the scattered members of the Goblin diaspora

{Tonya sez:- I did a web search on this phrase when we drew the card, and as a result watched the movie ‘Legend’ for the first time. There is a reason that the movie is not mentioned in the show. There are parts of Tom Cruise and his Magic Pants that I never need to see again.}

The Goonies
The Dirty Dozen
Gremlins

Goblin Market

Labyrinth
The Sekrit Backstory of Labyrinth

Dark Shadows
Thingee Loses An Eye
Round The Bend

Goblin
Coblynau
Kobalos
Kobold

The Wombles

Goblins Webcomic
The Borribles
Pete Postlethwaite
Tubthumping ~ Chumbawamba

Fracking

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3 thoughts on “Episode Sixteen – Goblin Paradise

  1. barbourjacketsizing says:

    Great British Menu favourite Paul Ainsworth joins our 100 Days of Summer celebration to offer a delicious barbecued mackerel recipe, accompanied by a dreamy celeriac mayonnaise.

    • Tonya Tonya says:

      Ok, so I’m thinking that the players are a small group of goblins who have been watching TV, and get overexcited by the advertising for the 100 Days of Summer thing. They plan to break into the TV kitchens, hiding in the lighting rigs by day and nipping down to steal the food, and maybe having a bash at the recipes at night. If things get completely out of hand, they might try and kidnap Paul Ainsworth to give master classes back at the goblin village. Or just tasty noms. Whatever happens first.

  2. heroesripple says:

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