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5 Minutes of Trouble – Minutes 95-99: Master of the Colors

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Our final episode covers Minutes 95-99, including Jack’s departure and an ending surprise. Featuring a special interview with Big Trouble in Little China’s co-composer and legendary sound designer Alan Howarth… and a whole lot more!

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5 Minutes of Trouble – Minutes 90-95: 6.9 on the Richter Scale

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In our penultimate episode, game designer of the Legendary Big Trouble in Little China Board Game Rob Heinsoo joins the Podcast Express for Minutes 90-95. Featuring Lightning’s final showdown, a neat crossbow, a classic escape, and a unique ending.

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5 Minutes of Trouble – Minutes 85-90: Pure David Lo Pan

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Burn rubber with the Reels & Wheels podcasters Sid Bridge and James Rodatus as they discuss the climactic Minutes 85-90 with Josh and Brett. Featuring a lipstick-smeared kiss, a final showdown, an inflatable miniboss, and a fleet of Pontiac 6000s.

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5 Minutes of Trouble – Minutes 80-85: Chang Sing #1

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Marital arts choreographer, associate producer, and Big Trouble in Little China actor James Lew (Chang Sing #1) joins the Podcast Express in discussing his experiences on the film, as well as Minutes 80-85, which cover the amazing fight scene in the Great Arcade.

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5 Minutes of Trouble – Minutes 75-80: A Toast, Sir!

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Stephen Escudero from the BTiLC and Vundablog podcasts joins Josh and Brett to discuss Minutes 75-80 of Big Trouble in Little China. Featuring the Eyeball Guardian, a notable toast, two stabbed characters, and an unusual wedding ceremony.

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5 Minutes of Trouble – Minutes 70-75: The Editor’s Best Friend

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Minutes 70-75 cover the heroes entering Lo Pan’s Domain, white eyes, a pile of fish, interrupted exposition, speculation on Lo Pan’s wedding reception, Egg Shen fan fiction, and the Eyeball Guardian. Featuring special guest (and editor) Ian Kezsbom.

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5 Minutes of Trouble – Minutes 65-70: Lo Pan’s Bachelor Party

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In Minutes 65-70 we reach the underworld of this video game-like portion of the film, and Crystal Beth of the Unlimited Lives podcast joins Josh and Brett in a discussion of bat poles, elaborate rituals, Black Blood of the Earth, and bug monsters.

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5 Minutes of Trouble – Minutes 60-65: Long, Wispy Hair

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This week Brett drives the Podcast Express along with fellow San Franciscans Kai Roath and Daven Hayes through Minutes 60-65, discussing the Chinese Wild Man, Gracie’s encounters with Lo Pan, famous Chinatown gangsters, and lots of movie references.

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5 Minutes of Trouble – Minutes 55-60: Scooby-Doo and the Magic Knife

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Minutes 55-60 come at us from New York Comic Con, where special guest Asterios Kokkinos discusses with Josh and Brett sewer pipe intimacy, Scooby-Doo moments, destroyed Buddha statues, heroism, and a magic knife.

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5 Minutes of Trouble – Minutes 50-55: Memoirs of a Wing Kong Staff Guard

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Big Trouble in Little China actress Lia Chang (Wing Kong Staff Guard) discusses Minutes 50-55 with Josh and Brett, and her unique experiences working on the film. Featuring Lia’s fight scene, Jack’s heroism, a smoke-filled staff, and damp heroes.

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5 Minutes of Trouble – Minutes 45-50: A Ride at Disneyland

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For their 10th episode, Brett and Josh bring their partners in crime, Audra Wolfmann and Lena Horowitz, to discuss Minutes 45-50. Featuring a round skeleton room, Chinese myths and legends, Jack’s double piggyback ride, and a wild wheelchair ride.

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5 Minutes of Trouble – Minutes 40-45: The Beleaguered Boss

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Indeed! Minutes 40-45 reveal Mr. David Lo Pan in his legendary wheelchair-laden verbal joust against Jack and Wang. Returning guest Pete Mummert from the Indiana Jones Minute joins Josh and Brett in discussing Pantene moments, divinity, eyes, and the difficulties of running an evil organization.

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5 Minutes of Trouble – Minutes 30-35: White Tiger Rumpus and Ground Deerhorn

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Minutes 30-35 take us to the White Tiger’s, where we discuss Chinese girls with green eyes, animated lightning, protein shake concoctions, and calling the president. Featuring Tom Taylor and Gerry Porter from the Indiana Jones Minute Podcast.

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5 Minutes of Trouble – Minutes 25-30: An Exposition Explosion

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Eddie and Gracie help explain the plot in painstaking detail during Minutes 25-30. Is Jack Burton really Henry Swanson? Special guests Audra Wolfmann and Desmond Miller help us decide.

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5 Minutes of Trouble – Minutes 15-20: Don’t Come Late to the Meeting

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Minutes 15-20 bring us to a mysterious narrow alley in Chinatown, a funeral, two fighting tongs, a Chinese stand-off, and plenty of fighting. Featuring guest martial artist, actor, and stuntman Dennis Ruel.

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5 Minutes of Trouble – Minutes 10-15: Goggles and Eyes

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Special guest Pete Mummert from the Indiana Jones Minute joins us on the Podcast Express as we arrive at the airport and discuss a pre-9/11 world where knives, guns, Eskimo snow goggles and red Pontiac Firebirds are commonplace.

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5 Minutes of Trouble – Minutes 5-10: Pasadena and Visalia

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Minutes 5-10 come to us from Pasadena, CA, where Josh and Brett meet in person at the Saga Motor Lodge (and with lots of unfortunate room reverb, apologies!) to discuss John J Lloyd, Fan Tan and Tien Gow, the viability of bottles being cut in half by a machete, and freeway extensions.

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