Cyborgs: A Bionic Podcast – Second Season Wrap-up…DECLASSIFIED!

After a long hiatus due to other commitments, Cyborgs: A Bionic Podcast is back, with a final look at The Six Million Dollar Man‘s second season!

Before bringing on the third season (aka, “the one with Bigfoot”), hosts John S. Drew and Paul K. Bisson are taking some time to revisit Season 2 with highlights from the various episodes along with recounting favorite moments from the podcasts devoted to those shows.

TSMDM-Season2Declassified

As John puts it:

“We’re gearing up to review the third season of The Six Million Dollar Man and the first season of The Bionic Woman. But before we do that, we need to take one last look at the second season of Six Mill. John and Paul sit down to look back at their reviews of the past season. They talk about how their views on certain episodes changed and discuss some things they realized after recording certain episodes. In addition, they review the special features of the second season DVD release, discuss listener feedback, present a new Bionic Impression Theater, and give you an example of when they have to deal with “Skype Hell.”  It’s all there and more on this Declassified episode.”

Check out John and Paul’s second season retrospective, and get set for the Season 3 premiere episode coming in two weeks: Cyborgs: A Bionic Podcast – “Season 2 Declassified”

As with my guest turns during Season 1, I also had a lot of fun joining John and Paul for a couple of Season 2 episodes. With the third season looming on the horizon, I’m set to do at least a couple of those episodes as well. Many thanks again to John and Paul for including me in on the fun!

My Season 2 guest stints:
Lost Love
Return of the Robot Maker

Related:
Cyborgs: A Bionic Podcast – First Season Wrap-up…DECLASSIFIED!

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About Dayton Ward

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