Rank #1: Vault A113 Episode 17: Cinderella
This week the vault dwellers watch a movie that is well before it's time, Cinderella! They are also joined by an expert on crypto-zoology named Gwendolyn. Dr. Torg is also back... kind of.
Rank #2: Vault A113 Episode 16: Mr Toad and Ichabod Crane
This week the vault is visited by a long dormant hyperdimensional cube. He brings with him amazing insight on the multiverse, and how Ichabod Crane is the grand reason behind all life. We also learn about why it's a bad idea to let a frog drive.
Rank #3: Vault A113: Q&A With Matt and Crankshaft
Doctor Torg is out and about again, so Matt and Crankshaft decided to catch up on answering questions. They also try a new method of recording that might still need a little polish.
Rank #4: Vault A113 Episode 15: So Dear To My Heart
Sorry to say, but this week Doctor Torg is out of comission, too much tainted molerat meat, we've all been there. Elsa is very dissapointed, and can you blame her? That means it is up to Matt and Crankshaft to welcome their guest this week, Dronnie! Dronnie recently left the train that circumnavigates the globe to stretch his legs after a 32 year long trip, and he showed up just in time to watch a Disney movie that is positively a diamond in the rough. That's right, the Disney classic So Dear To My Heart. The classic tale of a boy and his sheep. Trust me, if you haven't already watched it, it is definitely worth a watch, especially because it make the commentary at the end even better.
Rank #5: Vault A113 Episode 14: Melody Time
This week absolutely nothing is out of the ordinary. Occasionally Melody time gets mentioned, but it's pretty much just business as usual.
Rank #6: Vault A113 Episode 13: Fun And Fancy Free
This week the vault dwellers are visited by the self appointed Elsa, a student at the university, and Doctor Torg's biggest fan. Who knew? They watch the two part movie Fun and Fancy Free. The first half of the film is about Bongo the Bear, who grew up in the circus, but now must try to survive in the wild and use the skills he has aquired performing to make his mark, all the while being literally hit on by a girl bear. We've all been there right? The second story is that of Jack and Beanstalk, but with the classic trio of Donald, Goofy, and Mickey. They learn a little more about package films and try not to explore what may or may not have been some tension.
Rank #7: Vault A113 Episode 12: Song of the South
This week the Vault Dwellers tackle a pretty divisive film; Song of the South. They handle this movie with all of the poise and professionalism that you have come to expect from them. This week they are joined by somebody who can help them empathize with other people Cordon Blue, a fan of the Raiders of Oakland. They share their thoughts on the movie and learn about the raider nation from somebody on the inside.
Rank #8: Vault A113 Episode 11: Make Mine Music
This week the vault dwellers meet one of largest and friendliest of the wastelanders, Delilah the enormous bear! She is a ravenous hunter, and her prey is... an education. Well, she is in luck, because the movie this week is Make Mine Music, which is like 4 movies in one. Together they talk about hat based stockholm syndromes and whether or not Heaven is closed for good. Trust me, most of it will make sense.
Rank #9: Vault A113 Episode 10: The Three Caballeros
This week the vault welcomes royalty... kind of. In the aftermath of X-Mas The king of New New Zealand joins the vault crew to watch The Three Caballeros, which turns out to be a really strange movie. They learn about what is going on with New New Zealand, and find out just how heavy is the head that wears the crown. Or, there might have been a gas leak. Hard to say.
Rank #10: Vault A113 Episode 9: Victory Through Air Power
This week Matt learns about the wasteland Decemember holiday of choice X-MAS! (Insert sweet metal guitar riff here) It's a no holds barred bloodsport that draws crowds from all over the wastes. Needless to say Crankshaft is getting into the holiday spirit. They watch the little known but historically interesting interesting movie Victory Through Air Power, a Disney feature about both the history of manpowered flight and the need for more air power in World War Two, there are mixed reviews. Also, no guest this week, just the regular vault boys. Also if you want to shoot us an email the email addess is VaultA113@gmail.com.