Originally Aired: 07/24/20 – We review Wynonna Earp Season 4 Episodes 1&2. We talk with actor Katherine Barrell of Wynonna Earp and also with Speak Your Mind star Steve Kaszas and director Cyrus Baetz.

Show Notes:

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We play Andrew’s talk with actor Katherine Barrell, a.k.a. Sheriff Nicole Haught on Wynonna Earp! They talk Season 4 of the series and more! Katherine Barrell is best known for her work as Officer Nicole Haught on Wynonna Earp and Alicia Rutherford on Workin’ Moms. Most recently she joined the series cast of Good Witch and played the notorious Stella Grimes on Star Trek: Discovery. Katherine has worked as both a director and producer on 7 short films of which Issues, Cannonball, Dissecting Gwen, and Mature Young Adults have screened at film festivals across North America. She is a graduate of George Brown Classical Theatre School and trained at the Groundlings School of Comedy in Los Angeles. When not on set, Kat can be found picking fruit on her family farm and cuddling a notorious pooch named Bernie.

Our review of Wynonna Earp Season 4 episodes 1&2 starring Melanie Scrofano, Tim Rozon and Dominique Provost-Chalkley. In Season 4, the Earp Curse is broken, and witty and wild demon hunter Wynonna Earp would love to be celebrating with cold whisky and hot donuts. Too bad she has to rescue everyone she loves, save the town of Purgatory, and take on her most diabolical, Earp-hating enemy yet – all without her trustworthy gun, Peacemaker. And that’s just Monday.

We also talk with actor Steve Kaszas and director Cyrus Baetz. They’ll be on to talk about their new comedy Speak Your Mind. The film debuted on iTunes and Amazon Prime on July 7th. Speak Your Mind follows the story of Jacob who has a difficult time with his girlfriend Cassie, his new boss Anthony, and his struggling acting career. His prestigious acting teacher Robert advises him to emit an “aura of truth” to level up in the acting game. His trusted therapist suggests he use the “mind speaking method” to achieve this – saying everything he thinks at all times, regardless of the consequences. Going all-in on his new method, he dumps Cassie, tells off Anthony and quits his new gig, and causes havoc with his acting classmates, experiencing so much chaos that he’s forced to pull back and take stock of the damage he’s done. 

It was a great show!

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Production Credits:

Geek Hard Logo – Candice Hibbard and Rich Robbins
Technical Production – Gary LaBarr, Recorded at the Reality Radio 101 Studio
Hosts/Producers – Andrew Young & James Green

Music Credits:

Opening Music “Eterna Teen” by Mark
“Summertime” by Sex Bob-Omb
“Breathless” by IMUR
“The Mysterious Vanishing of Electra” by Anna von Hausswolf
“Tell That Devil (Acoustic Version)” by Jill Andrews
“Any Moment” by Jen
“Ambush” by Domenic Troiano
Closing Music “Kelly’s Heroes” by Black Grape”