Episode 35: The Bitter Brother


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The Bitter Brother: In this episode, we start by tackling the topics of drugs in BBC’s Sherlock, then lighten things up with discussions of crossovers, expansion pack fanworks, some “investigative” journalism, and a very special Sorting.

Host Opening (0:00:25 – 0:08:25)
Coroner’s Report (0:08:25 – 0:13:59)
Agent Mary Sue Part 1 (0:13:56 – 0:17:01)
Sorting Sherlock: Redbeard (0:17:01 – 0:45:05)
Drug Use in Sherlock BBC (0:45:28 – 1:19:29)
Agent Mary Sue Part 2 (1:19:53 – 1:22:06)
Unlocked Con Announcement(1:22:03 – 1:22:42)
From the Notebook of Kitty Riley (1:22:42 – 1:55:57)
Agent Mary Sue Part 3 (1:55:57 – 1:59:25)
Expansion Pack Fanworks (1:59:58 – 2:27:49)
That’s My Division (2:28:16 – 2:42:10)
Post Mortem (2:42:10 – 2:49:59)

Art by Fox Estacado

Host Opening (0:00:25 – 0:08:25)
Consulting Fans: Rachael, Qui, Dixie, and Emma

 

Coroner’s Report (0:08:25 – 0:13:59)
Consulting Fan: Caroline

 

Agent Mary Sue Part 1 (0:13:56 – 0:17:01)
Consulting Fan: finnagain

  • David Arnold & Michael Price, Potential Clients, Sherlock: Music From Series 2 OST
  • Brian Tyler, The Trial of Loki, Thor: The Dark World OST
  • Marvel Studios: Thor, The Avengers, Thor: The Dark World
  • Sherlock BBC: Series 1, “The Blind Banker”, Series 2, “The Reichenbach Fall”

 

Sorting Sherlock: Redbeard (0:17:01 – 0:45:05)
Consulting Fans: Shannon, Roane, Caroline

 

Drug Use in Sherlock BBC (0:45:28 – 1:19:29)
Consulting Fans: Rachael, Roane, Basser, EldritchHorrors, Army, and WellingtonGoose

 

Agent Mary Sue Part 2 (1:19:53 – 1:22:06)
Consulting Fan: finnagain

  • David Arnold & Michael Price, Potential Clients, Sherlock: Music From Series 2 OST
  • Who wants to hear this (instrumental), Chilly Gonzales, The Unspeakable Chilly Gonzales
  • BBC Radio One: Cabin Pressure, Seasons 1-4

 

Unlocked Con Announcement(1:22:03 – 1:22:42)

 

From the Notebook of Kitty Riley (1:22:42 – 1:55:57)
Consulting Fan: Caroline
Guest: Zasha

 

Agent Mary Sue Part 3 (1:55:57 – 1:59:25)
Consulting Fan: finnagain

  • David Arnold & Michael Price, Potential Clients, Sherlock: Music From Series 2 OST
  • David Arnold & Michael Price, Crates of Books, Sherlock (Soundtrack from the TV Series)
  • Thomas Newman, Day Wasted, Skyfall OST
  • Michael Giacchino, John Harrison’s Theme, Star Trek Into Darkness OST
  • freesound.org: Touch tones of a British (UK) land-line telephone (acclivity), Standard UK telephone (PsycheSound Studios), Features North American dial tone, DTMF dialing, (edwardewilliams)
  • Sherlock BBC: Series 1, “A Study in Pink”, Series 2, “The Reichenbach Fall”, Series 3, “The Empty Hearse”
  • Skyfall, Eon Productions

 

Expansion Pack Fanworks (1:59:58 – 2:27:49)
Consulting Fans: B, Science, AlexxPhoenix42, Chelsea, Brittianey

 

That’s My Division (2:28:16 – 2:42:10)

 

Post Mortem (2:42:10 – 2:49:59)
Consulting Fans: Rachael, Qui, Dixie, and Emma

 


 

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Music
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Opening
– David Arnold and Michael Price, Sherlock: Original Television Soundtrack Music From Series One: Opening Titles
Coroner’s Report
– Breaking News: Eye on the World Broadcast News
Sorting Sherlock
– David Arnold and Michael Price, Sherlock: Original Television Soundtrack Music From Series One: The Game is On
From the Notebook of Kitty Riley
– Peabo Bryson and Regina Belle, I Can Show You the World
Drugs Roundtable
– Rufus Wainwright, Cigarettes and Chocolate Milk
Expansion Pack Roundtable
– Billy Mack, Christmas Is All Around, Love Actually OST
– Orchestra Of Mariinsky Theatre, Russlan And Ludmilla (Overture), Milkhail Ivanovich Glinka
– Michael Giacchino, Main Theme, Star Trek Into Darkness OST
– The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey
– Howard Shore, Main Theme, The Hobbit: An Unexpected Journey OST
– Jeff Russo, Maim Theme, Fargo (2014 TV Series)
– Chris Farlowe, The Office Theme Song
– Edith Piaf, Non, je ne regrette rien
– John Williams, Hedwig’s Theme, Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone OST
– Ramin Djawadi, Main Title (Game of Thrones – Season 3)
– Pokemon, Pokemon Theme
That’s My Division
– John Coltrane, My Favorite Things [Deluxe Edition]: My Favorite Things, Part 1
Closing
– Bee Gees, Saturday Night Fever [The Original Movie Soundtrack]: Stayin’ Alive

 

How to Cite
APA

By Fans 4 Fans (Producer). (2015, April 1). The Bitter Brother [Episode 35]. Three patch podcast. Podcast retrieved from http://www.three-patch.com/2015/04/01/episode-35-the-bitter-brother/

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4 thoughts on “Episode 35: The Bitter Brother

  • Alessnox

    I’m absolutely loving your show. The Sherlock fandom at its cracky best.
    I very much enjoyed the addiction roundtable. Give my squee to Basser.
    Can’t wait for next month. Have you ever considered going bimonthly?
    Aless

    • magic-gps

      The podcast takes a lot of effort to make and they don’t have enough content to make two-plus hour episodes more than once a month.

    • admin Post author

      Hi Aless,
      We have indeed considered going bi-monthly and a couple of times a year we do. This usually coincides with fan conventions or holiday periods when some of us have more time to dedicate to the episodes. We also have near weekly episodes coming out during filming with our Spoilercasts, which are formatted a bit differently from the major episodes and are recorded and edited more quick and dirty. But with 221B Con right around the corner, we’ll have extra content to put out two episodes in the next month.

      -Shannon

  • theshockblanket

    Hey, I really enjoyed listening to this!

    I’m the author of the abandoned Rentboy on Montague Street fic mentioned in this episode. Someone mentioned it as one of their favourite fics (thank you!) but it was mentioned that while well-written it was not necessarily the most realistic. I wrote as much of it as was ever posted online when I was 17/18, so three years ago now, but I’ve never been able to carry on with it partly because I moved away for uni and partly because I knew that I was writing about something problematic that I wasn’t in a great position to comment on. (This was the case with another of my fics too.) That’s why it hasn’t been updated since 2012… oops.

    My hope is that eventually I’ll be able to go back to it and write in a less problematic style. This podcast has definitely got me thinking about how to tackle it again. I’ll add a note on AO3 in the next few days warning people that the fic is problematic (as I should have done years ago) and hopefully make some useful changes this summer after I finish uni. But I am really, really happy you enjoyed the fic despite its problems, and will link to this podcast in the note if that’s OK?

    Thanks again,

    theshockblanket

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