The guys are back! Finally, the sabacc table is fully operational. Thanks to the break, Ryder was able to meditate on a main topic: Water Themes in Star Wars! It sounds crazy, but the guys dive deep and discover the many hidden secrets of Water Themes in Star Wars. Plus, you get your bonus coverage of "Downtown Abby" with Ryder.
The guys finally get around to discussing the Rebels season 2 finale and give some theories on what is to come in the future.
The main topic is the awakening of different characters in The Force Awakens
Mark, Alan, and Ryder are back for another episode of Idiot's Array!
The guys go over the latest comics, including the last issue of Kanan.
Ryder admits to buying two digital copies of each Star Wars comic.
The main topic is nature vs nurture and studying different Star Wars characters.
The guys jump into the Episode VIII promo and discuss the possibility of a different opening than we are used to in a Star Wars movie
Alan, Ryder and Mark are back at it.
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Mark, Alan, and Ryder are back with perhaps their funniest episode yet but that doesn't take away from the thought provoking Star Wars discussion.
Mark, Alan, and Ryder return to their microphones to give their first expansive thoughts on The Force Awakens.
Alan, Mark, and Ryder are joined by author, Landry Walker, to discuss his recent short stories from Journey to the Force Awakens, Star Wars: Tales From a Galaxy Far, Far Away Aliens: High Noon on Jakku, The Crimson Corsair and the Lost Treasure of Count Dooku, The Face of Evil, and All Creatures Great and Small.
The guys discuss the stories as well as the process involved with working with the Star Wars story group and Landry's overall appreciation of Star Wars as a whole.
The guys go over some of the recent short stories and the Star Wars Annual before jumping into their main topic of attachments and how it leads a good Jedi to the dark side.
Alan, Mark, and Ryder are at it again. This time they start the show out with a little Force Awakens talk and Maz Kanata. Then they delve deep into caves in Star Wars and connect them with themes and other literature pieces and philosophy.
Get a second helping of Idiot's Array this week! Join Alan, Mark, and Ryder as they discuss the official theatrical trailer in a somewhat different way than all the others. They tie in the comics to speculate on who these characters are without spoilers from the movie.
Join Mark, Ryder, and Alan as they continue their podcasting journey with this weeks Star Wars discussion.
Idiot's Array has hit double digits
The guys go into familiar territory and give their "Insection" to the Emperor himself Sheev Palpatine.
The Prequels, Clone Wars, Original Trilogy, and even the Plagueis book get a plug!
Join Mark, Alan, Ryder and their guest Joao from the Cantina Cast.
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Alan, Ryder and Mark welcome Cantina Cast blogger and Administrative Consultant, Becca Benjamin
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It’s time to join those ‘Three Cards’ that trump all others: Alan, Mark, and Ryder for another episode of Idiot’s Array! The Road Gang is back and they’re riffling their cards for a playback of SDCC – starting off by sharing their Railbirds POV of The Force Awakens panel. Then it’s time, for a Round Of Play as these three discuss the original trilogy and any possible continuity conflicts based on JJ Abrams statement of canon from TFA panel. After which, they draw their Scare Card, as each of them take a shotgun approach on sharing their feelings of Harrison Ford gracing the fans with his appearance at SDCC, followed by another shuffle in the deck as they discuss their favorite moments for the Star Wars Reel; behind the scenes. Finally, they Tap-Out with an analytical theorization of the new sequel trilogy and its plausible tie-in to the prequels. This is an Unlimited Array – and it’s not to be missed
Join Alan, Ryder, and Mark as the explore the reasoning behind: the few or the 'wayward' to have left the Jedi Order. They have a lively discussion on: Anakin Skywalker's reasons for leaving and then, end up discussing the Jedi who abandoned the Jedi ways because of order 66.