Tosche Station Episode 14: 10 Things in the Prequels that were Actually Good!


This week on Tosche Station, Jordan Decker and Alex Suffolk take a look back on the much-maligned prequel trilogy, discussing an old article that Alex wrote for The Young Folks: “10 Things From the ‘Star Wars’ Prequel Trilogy that Were Actually Good.” Why the pod racing is an interesting look into the universe, how Palpatine’s politics were filled with social commentary, and more are covered here!

And if you’d like to read the entirety of Alex’s article, you can find it right here! 


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May the Force be with you all!

Alexander Suffolk is a 20-something living a hella cool life in California. His hobbies include complaining about how little he’s writing, missing college, judging his peers, and seeking validation for his life choices. His favorite video games often involve guns, magic, or both. He has a small shrine built to George R. R. Martin. He can’t tell if he wants to be Don Draper, Walter White, or Rick Grimes when he grows up. He believes the original “Star Wars” trilogy to be the best movies ever made, period, and he’s willing to fight you over that fact. To the death. With a lightsaber.