The Resistance Broadcast: Episode 5!

The Resistance BroadcastIn episode 5 of The Resistance Broadcast our host Darth Lexor Kai discusses with DarthZloi, Pomojema and Rebo the rumored post credit scene, the possibility of tickets going on sale in October, Aftermath and the Jakku conspiracy, Ridley/Boyega accents and more…



  • Rumors about a post credit scene 0:55
  • Tickets going on sale in October and different viewing options 11:36
  • Aftermath and the Jakku conspiracy 22:10
  • Ridley/Boyega accents 29:11
  • TMZ Rouge One pics 38:15
  • Aftermath Spoiler (TFA Spoilers) 43:05


Guests: DarthZloi, Pomojema, Rebo






Note: We had to postpone the discussion about Boyega and his lightsaber for next week.


Special thanks to for our intro music.


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7 thoughts on “The Resistance Broadcast: Episode 5!

  • September 21, 2015 at 9:26 pm

    Great job guys! Jakkuineists…lol.

    I wanted to comment on the speculation about Rey being the daughter of Thane and Ciena from Lost Stars. As Pomojema brought up, biologically it doesn’t make sense. Ciena is the GFFA equivalent of a person of African descent, so I would imagine it would have made more sense in this case to cast someone of mixed ethnicity.

    I don’t buy the adopted speculation either for a couple reasons. For one, Ciena and Thane are picked up by the New Republic at the end of the book. They are not stranded on Jakku, so there is really no reason for them to remain on the planet, unless their duties eventually station them there. Also, they are from the outer rim world of Jelucan which I imagine gives them the lower class “American” accent instead of the RP Coruscanti accent that Rey has in the film. This also makes me doubt her being Han and Leia’s daughter as well.

  • September 22, 2015 at 1:48 am

    It’s so cool to listen to the same guys I post in the cantina with every single day. I love the straight for the jugular no nonsense approach.

    • September 30, 2015 at 10:52 pm

      Good thoughts about the Boyega line. I think it could be that they are in the middle of a crisis and he is supposed to do something, like fly a ship, and doesn’t know what to do. He might be shouting back in response to people shouting at him. I thought it was pretty cool.

  • September 22, 2015 at 5:02 am

    Another great podcast guys. It does a terrific job of summing up the latest news and speculation! On another note, Rebo’s speech has a constant upward inflection/high-rising terminal which is good to avoid doing on radio/podcasts. Perhaps he doesn’t realise he’s doing this? Thanks again!

    • September 23, 2015 at 2:56 am

      I agree with the upward intonation. It sounded like every sentence was a question. It’s a little distracting and took me out a little from the topic of conversation.

  • September 23, 2015 at 5:55 pm

    I appreciate the passion and time of the podcasters to put this out. However, a lot of ignorance and factual errors here concerning a post credits sequence.

    Where to begin:

    1) the runtime of the film is something JJ is very concerned with but he was commenting more of filling TFA with winks at events in OT & PT, and that less is more when it comes to that–part of the goal keeping the film from being a bloated 150 or 180 minutes. (Something that Peter Jackson should learn).

    2) I doubt we get a 1 minute “stinger” (I will use this term because it’s perfect. Trailers used to come after movies, but only briefly until they were moved to before a film, yet that name stuck. Stingers have only very recently become a commonplace thing in films.) but it’s not because it adds time. if you don’t show a Rogue One teaser trailer before the movie, choosing to show a stinger of of the same approximate length, the total time required to reserve a screen for a showing of TFA doesn’t change. If you have a teaser trailer for Rogue 1 & a stinger for Episode VIII, that adds maybe 3 minutes to the total time needed to reserve the screen at a theater. Between the dumb trivia, soda and candy commercials, car commercial, silence cell phone warnings, the cleanup time afterward, the time blocked off for people to get seated, the time required for the TFA each time will be 3 hours.

    C) that three hour time block estimate includes trailers for other movies. Do you have any idea how many films will be paying to get their trailer in front the packed houses that TFA will create. And whatever costs that Disney might incur to put a trailer in front of ONE OF THEIR OWN FILMS, it will be a fantastic investment since it will play before so many eyes.

    4) the marketing budget for the next 6 months for Rogue one is limited only by Disney, nothing else.

    5) Disney has plenty of cash on hand. Feel free to google that term.

    6) if any fans will stay until the end of the credits, it’s Sci-fi/fantasy/comic book fans.

    7) Star Wars fans didn’t stop watching movies after ROTS. We understand stingers are common and if that’s the biggest gripe whiny Star Wars fans have with the movie, then it will be a miracle.

    8) if Lucasfilm carried about pleasing the fans instead of focusing on taking their money, we would have had TV of OT on BLURAY five years ago and Hayden Christensen and Jar Jar would have never happened.

    9) I’m sure y’all are all nice people, please keep up the hard work.

    10) this post is not a troll or personal attack. I do expect blowback on this, but please attack my facts.

  • September 29, 2015 at 5:08 pm

    Really have enjoyed listening to the podcast, guys. Keep it up. You really identify some interesting points about the movie and don’t miss some of the obvious things that others do. I especially liked your discussion about the books and what they add to the story before TFA. I find myself participating in your discussion even though I’m at the gym at 5 a.m. with my headphones on! One thing I wanted to bring up was that I thought John Boyega’s spoken lines were really cool, and his shouting one of them was really great, not cheesy at all. I was an Army officer in a tank unit, and that is exactly how people would shout in a crisis situation if they want to be clear and are unsure of what to do. This is just my opinion, of course, but I loved it.

    Can’t wait for the next episode, guys!

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