Welcome to episode 50!! Can’t believe we’ve done 50 of these fucking things. For the uninitiated every 10 episode we’ll do a “retro” episode so we saw fit to to do 3 episodes for episode 50. Part 1 is the anime fan favorite Neon Genesis Evangelion, that one is with our boi(z) Santos. The original co-host. We talk about the show’s legacy, it’s themes, and how it holds up. Seriously though, thank you to anyone that who has ever listened to it the pod. This podcast is really just me talking to my friends about the shit that I love. So if you’ve listened, I appreciate you. Last thing, if this is your first time listening to the show, please rate us on Itunes and spread the word. Follow us on all socials!
This week we did Tuca and Bertie. We talk about the similarities to Broad City and the new animation landscape. Anyone know where we can get a crunt.
This week we cried watching Ava DuVernay’s When They See Us. We talked about DuVernay’s ongoing project with her work, the broken booking system, and the lessons parents have to teach for survival in a world that devalues them.
This week we review Netflix’s new show The Umbrella Academy. We talk about X-men, anti-heroes, and bad parenting.
This week we get stuck in a time loop with Netflix’s Russian Doll. We talk about other media that use the groundhog day premise and the role of the pilot in the Netflix/streaming era.
This week we review Maniac, the Netflix original staring Jonah Hill and Emma Stone. We talk about consumerism and its relationship to labor.
Drums loop in the intro and outro was produced by JKD STAY FREE. Check out his youtube https://www.youtube.com/c/stayfreecmc.
This week we tackle the new Netflix show by Matt Groening Disenchantment. We talk about the BlackkKlansman, Greoning’s career, and the challenge with comedy evolution.
This week on Pilot Boiz we venture into Netflix’s smash hit Queer Eye. For this episode we are known as the “Pilot Bitches.” We spill all tea on this show.
This week we have our first guest and we tackle Netflix’s On My Block. We talk about who this show is meant for and how tired we are of tropes surrounding Latinos in media.