On this very special episode of “Steele Wars,” Steele Saunders has vanished (on his honeymoon) and the listeners take over! Eric Strothers hosts as listeners call in and share their favorite moments, memories, and episodes…
-Michelle Lucas recalls attending one of Steele’s live events (Ep 035 : LIVE! Tom Ballard – Comedian, television presenter & Star Wars fan), where she asked a question but ended getting scolded for skipping The Phantom Menace. Michelle also recalls memories from her favorite episode which featured Ronny Chieng (Ep 040 : LIVE! Ronny Chieng, Tegan Higginbotham & Paul Verhoeven – Fever pitch The Force Awakens teaser talk), as well as watching Steele interview Harrison Ford.
-Mick McConnell from Brisbane chooses the Leonard Maltin interview (Ep 064 : Leonard Maltin – The Legendary Film Critic Talks Star Wars & Those George Lucas Interviews) as his favorite, and includes a few of his favorite clips, including Travis Nash (Ep 027 : Travis Nash – Comedian and producer of the Death Star Canteen comedy room) and Steele interviewing his brother Craig about breakdancing and electric shrapnel (Ep 093 : My Brother – Craig Saunders talks Star Wars, KISS & breakdancing).
-Mark Perez recalls Steele’s reaction to seeing the trailer for The Force Awakens (Ep 038 : Watching The Force Awakens Trailer For The 1st Time – With Paul Verhoeven), laughing along with Steele on episode 156 of Now This Is Podcasting, and almost meeting Steele at an art show.
-Wesley Van Wensen recalls discovering Steele on episode 11 of the Pop Quiz Hot Shot trivia podcast in which Steele’s confidence got the best of him.
-Charlie Ashby recalls meeting Steele at Celebration, recognizing him by his laugh, and saving a seat for him at the Mark Hamill panel (Ep 098.1 : Star Wars Celebration Europe DAY 1 – Live at The Rogue One Panel).
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