This week we talk about the first three eps of the long awaited Y: The Last Man (FX)! We talk about how the show was updated to reflect current times, the case study of the man child, and the “fixer” character type. And &(amp) the monke. Listen right now.
This week is a double feature of M.O.D.O.K. (Hulu) and The Choe Show (Hulu) with the formidable Gab Chabran. We talk about how both shows are about dealing with yourself, how they both use different art styles to tell stories, and the evolution of talk shows.
This week we review Sexy Beasts (Netflix), Schimgadoon! (Apple+), and White Lotus(HBO). We talk about reality shows and absurdity, meta musicals like Crazy Ex, and other Mike White shows. Listen now.
This week we talk about the HBO mini-series Mare of Easttown with Gab Chabran. We compare it to other HBO murder mysteries, our love for Guy Pierce and Kate Winslet, and letting go of the past.
This week is on the YA fantasy Shadow & Bone. We talk about the teen dystopia genre, Netflix’s recent fantasy shows, and the Game of Thrones effect in the fantasy genre.
This week’s episode is on Peacock’s Rutherford Falls. We talk about how the show address the statues controversy and it’s connection to Parks and Rec. Listen today
This week we discuss HBO Max’s Made For Love. We compare it to other dark comedy romances, we talk about the sociopath tech mogul as seen on TV, and we give you the secrets to finding love.
This week we’re discussing The Office! We talk about how the show evolved after season 1, where Jim & Pam rank in TV relationships, what it was like to rewatch the show, it’s place in pop culture, and more. Dunder Mifflin ganga sound off.
This week we switched up the format and talked about all four seasons of Search Party. We break down the big themes of the show, we talk about how it evolved, how it distinguishes itself from it’s contemporaries, and the role of attention in the show. John Early hive sound off!
This week we talk about WandaVision with Gab and Santos. We talk about the supes in the domestic sphere, the new era for Marvel stories, and how much of the budget was spent of the credits scene.