History Podcast / TheOtherSide

18th Aug '16 8:35:23 PM 64SuperNintendo
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* CycleOfRevenge: Parts of Season 3 are this. After being tricked by Cody to watch ''Anime/ProjectAKo'', Max-Vader got his revenge by forcing his co-hosts to watch ''Astarotte's Toy'' (see below). Then Andrew tried to get his revenge ''for'' Max's revenge by making him watch ''Anime/HaiyoreNyarkoSan''... which backfired due to Max's shortage of time. ''Anime/HighSchoolDxD'' was supposed to be the next show in the cycle, but they put it off until 2015, 2 years after the Nyarko-San episode

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* CycleOfRevenge: Parts of Season 3 are this. After being tricked by Cody to watch ''Anime/ProjectAKo'', Max-Vader got his revenge by forcing his co-hosts to watch ''Astarotte's Toy'' (see below). Then Andrew tried to get his revenge ''for'' Max's revenge by making him watch ''Anime/HaiyoreNyarkoSan''... which backfired due to Max's shortage of time. ''Anime/HighSchoolDxD'' was supposed to be the next show in the cycle, but they put it off until 2015, 2 years after the Nyarko-San episodeepisode.



* HistoricalHeroUpgrade: A recurring element (and Berserk Button for the hosts) is anime's tendencies to glorify certain historical figures. In "Breaking the Wind Rises," they point out that Jiro Horikoshi, protagonist of ''Anime/TheWindRises'', used Korean slave labor to build the Zero planes, which is never mentioned in the film. "We Heart Imperial Japan" features a brief discussion of ''Literature/JokerGame'', which depicts a secret imperial Japanese spy faction that manages to outwit the Allies, whereas in real life, the Allies were able to crack all of Japan's secret codes early on in the war
* IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming: Every rundown of the upcoming anime season has a title that involves the death of Anime (i.e Anime Might Be Dead, Anime is Undead, Cast Revive on Anime)

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* HistoricalHeroUpgrade: A recurring element (and Berserk Button for the hosts) is anime's tendencies to glorify certain historical figures. In "Breaking the Wind Rises," they point out that Jiro Horikoshi, protagonist of ''Anime/TheWindRises'', used Korean slave labor to build the Zero planes, which is never mentioned in the film. "We Heart Imperial Japan" features a brief discussion of ''Literature/JokerGame'', which depicts a secret imperial Japanese spy faction that manages to outwit the Allies, whereas in real life, the Allies were able to crack all of Japan's secret codes early on in the war
war.
* IdiosyncraticEpisodeNaming: Every rundown of the upcoming anime season has a title that involves the death of Anime (i.e Anime Might Be Dead, Anime is Undead, Cast Revive on Anime)Anime).



* ThematicThemeTune: Besides echoing the title of the podcast, the lyrics of "The Other Side" by Music/{{Pendulum}} nicely fit both the tone and theme of the show. The show also regularly features other songs that usually fit the tone of the particular episode. Examples include
** [[Music/TheMightyMightyBosstones "You Gotta Go" and "They Will Need Music"]] for "Sayonara, Alex" and "Animusic" respectively
** [[AnarchyReigns Laughin' at U]] in "The Tragedy of Comedy"
** "Roundabout" for their retrospective on ''Anime/JojosBizarreAdventure''
** "Who's Your Daddy" by Lordi in the Sinfest episode
** [[DennisLeary "Asshole"]] in "Project A-Hole"
* ThrowItIn: "SCP-6969" has several audio glitches, including 20 seconds of slowed-down audio, and several parts where the sound is garbled. According to Cody's preamble, the episode was nearly scrapped due to the glitches being unfixable, but decided to leave them in due to them being appropriate to the [[SCPFoundation subject matter of the episode]]

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* ThematicThemeTune: Besides echoing the title of the podcast, the lyrics of "The Other Side" by Music/{{Pendulum}} nicely fit both the tone and theme of the show. The show also regularly features other songs that usually fit the tone of the particular episode. Examples include
include:
** [[Music/TheMightyMightyBosstones "You Gotta Go" and "They Will Need Music"]] for "Sayonara, Alex" and "Animusic" respectively
respectively.
** [[AnarchyReigns Laughin' at U]] in "The Tragedy of Comedy"
Comedy".
** "Roundabout" for their retrospective on ''Anime/JojosBizarreAdventure''
''Anime/JojosBizarreAdventure''.
** "Who's Your Daddy" by Lordi in the Sinfest episode
episode.
** [[DennisLeary "Asshole"]] in "Project A-Hole"
A-Hole".
* ThrowItIn: "SCP-6969" has several audio glitches, including 20 seconds of slowed-down audio, and several parts where the sound is garbled. According to Cody's preamble, the episode was nearly scrapped due to the glitches being unfixable, but decided to leave them in due to them being appropriate to the [[SCPFoundation subject matter of the episode]]episode]].
17th Aug '16 10:27:58 PM 64SuperNintendo
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** And then there was the time Cody invited two people diagnosed with autism to talk about just that

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** And then there was the time Cody invited two people diagnosed with autism to talk about just thatthat.
18th Jul '16 5:10:22 AM Magna17
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** [[Music/Lordi "Who's Your Daddy"]] in the Sinfest episode

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** [[Music/Lordi "Who's Your Daddy"]] Daddy" by Lordi in the Sinfest episode


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* ThrowItIn: "SCP-6969" has several audio glitches, including 20 seconds of slowed-down audio, and several parts where the sound is garbled. According to Cody's preamble, the episode was nearly scrapped due to the glitches being unfixable, but decided to leave them in due to them being appropriate to the [[SCPFoundation subject matter of the episode]]
18th Jul '16 5:03:04 AM Magna17
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* ThematicThemeTune: Besides echoing the title of the podcast, the lyrics of "The Other Side" by Music/{{Pendulum}} nicely fit both the tone and theme of the show.

to:

* ThematicThemeTune: Besides echoing the title of the podcast, the lyrics of "The Other Side" by Music/{{Pendulum}} nicely fit both the tone and theme of the show. The show also regularly features other songs that usually fit the tone of the particular episode. Examples include
** [[Music/TheMightyMightyBosstones "You Gotta Go" and "They Will Need Music"]] for "Sayonara, Alex" and "Animusic" respectively
** [[AnarchyReigns Laughin' at U]] in "The Tragedy of Comedy"
** "Roundabout" for their retrospective on ''Anime/JojosBizarreAdventure''
** [[Music/Lordi "Who's Your Daddy"]] in the Sinfest episode
** [[DennisLeary "Asshole"]] in "Project A-Hole"
18th Jul '16 4:51:04 AM Magna17
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* CycleOfRevenge: Parts of Season 3 are this. After being tricked by Cody to watch ''Anime/ProjectAKo'', Max-Vader got his revenge by forcing his co-hosts to watch ''Astarotte's Toy'' (see below). Then Andrew tried to get his revenge ''for'' Max's revenge by making him watch ''Anime/HaiyoreNyarkoSan''... which backfired due to Max's shortage of time.

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* CycleOfRevenge: Parts of Season 3 are this. After being tricked by Cody to watch ''Anime/ProjectAKo'', Max-Vader got his revenge by forcing his co-hosts to watch ''Astarotte's Toy'' (see below). Then Andrew tried to get his revenge ''for'' Max's revenge by making him watch ''Anime/HaiyoreNyarkoSan''... which backfired due to Max's shortage of time. ''Anime/HighSchoolDxD'' was supposed to be the next show in the cycle, but they put it off until 2015, 2 years after the Nyarko-San episode


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* HistoricalHeroUpgrade: A recurring element (and Berserk Button for the hosts) is anime's tendencies to glorify certain historical figures. In "Breaking the Wind Rises," they point out that Jiro Horikoshi, protagonist of ''Anime/TheWindRises'', used Korean slave labor to build the Zero planes, which is never mentioned in the film. "We Heart Imperial Japan" features a brief discussion of ''Literature/JokerGame'', which depicts a secret imperial Japanese spy faction that manages to outwit the Allies, whereas in real life, the Allies were able to crack all of Japan's secret codes early on in the war
13th Jul '16 6:15:56 PM KoriCongo
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** A sequel to that episode was also done, and several articles on the main site have been done on more specific titles, usually titled "Andrew's Adventures in Steamland."

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** A sequel to that episode was also done, and several articles on the main site have been done on more specific titles, usually titled "Andrew's Adventures "Andrew in Steamland."
13th Jul '16 6:13:48 PM KoriCongo
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** A sequel to that episode was also done, and several articles on the main site have been done on more specific titles.

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** A sequel to that episode was also done, and several articles on the main site have been done on more specific titles.titles, usually titled "Andrew's Adventures in Steamland."


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** Happens once again with "Anime is Back, and So Are it's Losers!" spending the first half of the episode recapping the hilarity that unleashed within their comments section of the episode, "The Imaishi Interview."
13th Jul '16 6:01:14 PM KoriCongo
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''The Other Side'' is a (usually) weekly podcast hosted by Cody "Lord Shmeckie" Baier. It has run since December 2011 on Anime 3000 and is currently consistently among their most watched and downloaded. Most episodes deal with certain aspects of the Japanese entertainment culture and lambasting them, while still retaining the things they enjoy about anime, manga and Japanese video games.

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''The Other Side'' is a (usually) weekly podcast hosted by Cody "Lord Shmeckie" Baier. It has run since December 2011 on Anime 3000 3000, and is currently consistently among later on their most watched and downloaded. own website [[http://animeoutsiders.com/ Anime Outsiders]]. Most episodes deal with certain aspects of the Japanese entertainment culture and lambasting lampooning them, while still retaining the things they enjoy about anime, manga and Japanese video games.



The first season starred Alex Barry as co-host, also known as the creator of the anti-fanfiction site [[http://www.projectafter.com Project A.F.T.E.R.]], lending discussions a straight man to Baier's rather exaggerated style. Because of real life issues, however, Barry then left the show and was replaced with Max-Vader for the second season after occasional guest appearances in the first one. The third and current season introduced a second co-host by the name of Andrew Erickson.

Find their episodes [[http://www.anime3000.com/the-other-side here]].

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The first season starred Alex Barry as co-host, also known as the creator of the anti-fanfiction site [[http://www.projectafter.com Project A.F.T.E.R.]], lending discussions a straight man to Baier's rather exaggerated and crass style. Because of real life issues, however, Barry then left the show and was replaced with Max-Vader for the second season after occasional guest appearances in the first one. The third and current season introduced a second co-host by the name of Andrew Erickson.

Find their episodes [[http://www.anime3000.com/the-other-side here]].
[[http://animeoutsiders.com/category/the-other-side/ here]] or on their [[https://soundcloud.com/animeoutsiders/sets/the-other-side Soundcloud]].



**A sequel to that episode was also done, and several articles on the main site have been done on more specific titles.



* SidetrackedByTheGoldenSaucer: What was supposed to be a examination of MMO anime turned into a 2-part roast of SwordArtOnline, complete with a DramaticReading of the 16.5 {{Lemon}} chapter. HilarityEnsued

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* SidetrackedByTheGoldenSaucer: What was supposed to be a examination of MMO anime turned into a 2-part roast of SwordArtOnline, complete with a DramaticReading of the 16.5 {{Lemon}} chapter. HilarityEnsuedHilarityEnsued.
12th Nov '15 10:01:17 AM Willbyr
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** And again, for well over the half of an entire podcast, to the point that it's even titled "The Many Breakdowns of Cody Baier". Reasons for the breakdowns include Issei Sagawa, Funimation's decision to localize ''DanceInTheVampireBund'' and the marketing behind it as well as the description of an adult woman making out with a ten year old boy, the last of which caused Cody to leave the podcast for a good five minutes while Max and Andrew were listening to him talking with a plush and playing Mega Man 8-Bit Deathmatch... with nobody else on the server.

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** And again, for well over the half of an entire podcast, to the point that it's even titled "The Many Breakdowns of Cody Baier". Reasons for the breakdowns include Issei Sagawa, Funimation's decision to localize ''DanceInTheVampireBund'' ''Manga/DanceInTheVampireBund'' and the marketing behind it as well as the description of an adult woman making out with a ten year old boy, the last of which caused Cody to leave the podcast for a good five minutes while Max and Andrew were listening to him talking with a plush and playing Mega Man 8-Bit Deathmatch... with nobody else on the server.
22nd Jul '15 8:20:12 AM VenomLancerHae
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* SincerityMode: Cody sometimes does this to exemplify just how much he despises something, like when he declared US Angel Corps to be the worst webcomic ever made or talked about how much Bad Fwuffy Pony comics disturb him.
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