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The Young Indiana Jones- Sean Patrick Flanery & The Recast of Gloom

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Take some time this week to remember your original happy hour: Saturday mornings as a kid, waking up at dawn, jumping on the couch with a bowl of chocolate cereal, turning on the ‘toons, tuning out the outside world, and working your way into a sugar hangover before noon. In the wake of the new Solo: A Star Wars Story trailer we tackle the tumultuous task of taking a hard target look at iconic roles that have been recast for a new generation. In that spirit, we happily unpack a gem for you...our exclusive in-depth interview with The Young Indiana Jones himself, Sean Patrick Flanery! This talented fellow tackled a nearly impossible task of...dare I say it? Be a Harrison Ford character! With a whip sharp performance, Sean Patrick Flanery proves that it can be done, even if takes one of the most ambitious, costly & groundbreaking shows in TV history. Of course, you might remember Sean as a brother McManus to Norman Reedus in the bananas cult classic Boondock Saints or maybe as an off the carts genius & weirdo Powder but did you know he wrote an awesome book that taps into nostalgia in ways that this podcast can only dream of? Jane Two:A Novel A coming-of-age debut from accomplished actor, director, triathlete, black belt in karate & Jiu Jitsu, wicked good looking & talented writer w/distinct voice, Sean Patrick Flanery who explores that powerful first taste of love that sets the bar for something that we'll chase, usually unsuccessfully, for the rest of our lives. It's a lot to handle but we try and hide our jealous streak with this talented fellow while diving into the changing faces of your favorite characters. We promise not to recast the SMC crew…for now. Follow us @StayClassySDCC 2win paperback copy of Jane Two:A Novel

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