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Try as I may, and try as I might, there was so much material in discussing the ending of the film that I couldn’t keep it under an hour. Anyhow, glumPuddle and Gymfan join me, Rilian, as we discuss the ending of Prince Caspian. Note: Special thanks to glumPuddle for refraining from inappropriate language during the discussion of “the Kiss”.
Running time: 31:50 Rilian, Gymfan, glumPuddle and Jints join together for a discussion of The Battle at Aslan’s How and Return of the Lion.
Running time: 41:07 Rilian, Gymfan, glumPuddle and Jints get together to discuss the scenes The Challenge and The Duel.
Running time: 43:40 Rilian and Jints discuss the scenes from “Short Tempers” all the way to “The Telmarine Army Arrives.”
Running time: 34:44 Rilian, Gymfan, Skilletdude and Warrior4Jesus all join in to discuss the Night Raid with how it fits in with the story, how it develops character, how it complimented or hurt the film, and of course, Narniawebber nitpicking the whole way.
Running time: 31: 48 Rilian, Gymfan, glumPuddle and Warrior4Jesus discuss Prince Caspian from “Glozelle Forced to Lie” to “Battle Plans at Aslan’s How.”
Running time: 13:02 Rilian uses the brief holiday break in analysis episodes to give an update on the Box Office (both foreign and domestic), Will Poulter’s casting as Eustace and a wee bit of script talk.
Running time: 50:18 Rilian and Gymfan discuss Prince Caspian from “Meeting Reepicheep” all the way to “Finding Caspian.”
Running time: 50:02 Rilian, Gymfan, glumPuddle and Warrior4Jesus analyze Prince Caspian from the meeting with Trumpkin and continue to the Glasswater scene.
Rilian, glumPuddle and Skilletdude get together to talk Prince Caspian, analyzing the scenes one by one. They get through about four scenes in the film, analyzing the plot structure, the portrayals of character, dialogue, and pretty much everything a NarniaWebber can shake a stick at.