Episode #42 – Friendly Neighborhood Hangouts

Everybody has a spot they frequent. A place you can go to meet with friends and chat, hang out, and plan your next hilarious scheme. Well, maybe not the scheming part, but that’s the way it works in TV and movies. Fictional characters often have a regular spot; a coffee shop, a restaurant, maybe a watering hole. Whatever it may be, it provides a nice change of pace to the scenery to mix up the surroundings a little bit; but what if these places existed in the real world? Which places would you like to hang out in?  That’s precisely what the panel discusses today, their favorite hangouts from media they would choose to be their spot.

Credits

Panel:
Zack Slater
Frank Melman (on Twitter)
Tommy Smithereens (on Twitter)
Clifton (on Twitter)

Produced by Zack Slater

Produced/Edited by Clifton (on Twitter)

Engineered by Mike BlueLion209

Music: Arpy – Dan Henig  
Support by RFM – NCM: https://bit.ly/2xGHypM

Episode Notes for Fictional Hangouts

Backyard from Phineas and Ferb 

Pop’s from Archie Comics

Pop’s from Riverdale

Cheers from Cheers

The Max from Saved by the Bell

The Flash Museum

Flash Museum from DC Universe Online

Bibbo appearing in Superman 

Bibbo’s Diner from Young Justice

Hogan’s Alley from Nightwing

Josie’s from Daredevil

Clarks from Wildstorm

Noonan’s Sleazy Bar from Hitman

Oblivion Bar – magic bar from DC Comics

Iceberg Lounge – debuted in Batman: The Animated Series

Rick’s Cafe American from Casablanca

Reagle Beagle from Three’s Company

Chubbie’s from Boy Meets World

The Drunken Clam from Family Guy

Mario’s from Taxi

Nemo’s Pizza from Everybody Loves Raymond

Monk’s from Seinfeld

Central Perk from Friends

The Pit from A Different World

Natalie’s from New York Undercover

Cafe Nervosa from Frasier

Art Lattes

CC Jitters from The Flash

The Talon from Smallville

Clark tied up with the kryptonite from Smallville

Los Pollos Hermanos from Breaking Bad

The inside of Los Pollos Hermanos from Breaking Bad

Sugar Rush from Wreck-it Ralph 

Sugar Rush from Wreck-It Ralph

Hall of Justice from Superfriends 

The Outside of the Hall of Justice from the opening credits sequence from the 1970s cartoon SuperFriends.
The Outside of the Hall of Justice from the 1970s cartoon SuperFriends
The Outside of the Hall of Justice from the 1970s cartoon SuperFriends

and from Young Justice

The Outside of the Hall of Justice from Young Justice
The inside of the Hall of Justice from Young Justice
The inside of the Hall of Justice from Young Justice

Watchtower from Young Justice

The Justice League Watch Tower as it is depicted in the series Young Justice. It is a building constructed onto an asteroid floating in space above Earth.

Moe’s Tavern from The Simpsons

The outside of Moe's Tavern from the Simpsons
The inside of Moe's Tavern from the Simpsons

Cheesecake Factory from Big Bang Theory

The gang from Big Bang theory in their version of the Cheesecake Factory

Cantina in Mos Eisley from Star Wars: A New Hope

A shot from Stars Wars: A New Hope inside the Mos Eisley Cantina
A shot from Stars Wars: A New Hope inside the Mos Eisley Cantina

Greedo by Skottie Young

An illustration by Skottie Young that shows Greedo from Star Wars : A New Hope, dead and slumped over the table in the Mos Eisley Cantina

Arnold’s Drive-In from Happy Days featuring a performance by Weazer


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