Last week What If threw the largest party Midgard's ever seen. This week special guest Leecho joins us to discuss all the party princes, poopers, and fouls one episode can take!
If you're looking to have what we've seen in episode seven of What If...? discussed, you're in the right place! Each week we'll be breaking down the latest stories in the MCU beat by beat by discussing what works, what doesn't, and what it all means.
The episode in review is called, What If...Thor Were an Only Child? It was written by A.C. Bradley and directed by Bryan Andrews.
We're also joined by the universal delight, Leech, this week to talk What If and the MCU at large! We briefly touch on Hawkeye, and Shang-Chi but don't delve too far into spoilers!
If you want more of Leech you should follow them here:
We also continue the trend this week with breaking the episode down into three acts rather than most important topics. We follow along in pretty sequential chunks of the recent episode.This episode remains spoiler free until around the 11 minutes and 0 seconds mark! It's also important to note that given the recency and limited access of Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings, it is exempt from the spoiler zone this week as well! This will continue until a week after Shang-Chi hits Disney Plus!
Transcripts are available on the episode's page here! The transcripts are generated through Descript.
Don't forget you can follow us on Twitter or Instagram to let us know what you think about What If...? or this episode! We're also sharing extra end tags not used in the episode, so if you want more extras, follow us below!
If you'd like to join our discord you can find that here:
Also would like to give a special thanks to Nick Sandy for the use of our theme song! You can find more of his work here!
Want more of our podcast? Check out our website for more episodes and news!
Connect with listeners
Podcasters use the RadioPublic listener relationship platform to build lasting connections with fansYes, let's begin connecting
Find new listeners
Understand your audience
Engage your fanbase