Drew is joined yet again by Eclectic Pop's Britt Lawrence to run down the top TV shows that have aired so far in 2019.
In honor of Pride Month, Drew and Amanda run down their picks of favorite LGBT characters, discuss the difference between noncanon queer characters and queerbaiting, and rehash the Bury Your Gays controversy of 2016.
In this episode, Drew and Amanda discuss the recent Netflix political documentary Knock Down the House. Later, Drew is joined by the Afictionados Podcast Network co-hosts Robyn Jeffrey and Brittany Rae to go in depth on The 100, and Drew and Amanda break down the series finale of Game of Thrones.
Knock Down the House: 07:05-31:40
The 100: 32:04-01:17:47
Game of Thrones: 01:18:13-01:52:13
Drew and Amanda get argumentative as they hash out their feelings on the new Netflix animated series Tuca & Bertie and the controversial penultimate episode of Game of Thrones.
Tuca & Bertie: 15:33-32:35
What TV show/movie should never have been rebooted/revived?: 32:35- 47:50
Drew and Amanda walk through the first three episodes of Game of Thrones' eighth season and Avengers: Endgame.
Game of Thrones: 08:13-57:03
Avengers: Endgame: 57:31-01:36:08
Drew and Amanda are back for Season 3 of The Lost Cause Pod discussing things they've missed over the last year before moving on to some pop culture musings on Captain Marvel and Selma Blair's Oscars appearance. Later, they take some questions from Robyn Jeffrey of The Afictionados Podcast and end it with an impassioned discussion of the recent cancellation of One Day at a Time.
Snopes: Ruiner of Fun: 08:05-09:54
College Admission Scandal: 09:55-14:30
Beto and Gillum: 14:30-20:05
New Zealand Shooting: 22:43-28:37
Captain Marvel: 28:37-33:40
Live-Action Disney: 33:40-38:18
Disability Rep: 38:18-51:22
Fan Fiction: 51:37-01:12:41
Favorite Movies: 01:12:41-01:18:31
Top TV protagonsits: 01:18:31-01:40:59
One Day at a Time Cancellation: 01:41:10-01:59:15
Drew is joined once again by Eclectic Pop's Britt Lawrence to run down the five best TV shows of 2018.
Britt Lawrence from Eclectic Pop returns to highlight some of the best tv so far this year.
Until next time, you guys.
Drew and Amanda the latest YA film Maze Runner: The Death Cure and, at the end, Drew mourns the loss of Sweet/Vicious with Logan and Stop and Fangirl's Lizzie.
The Death Cure- 08:15-38:20
Best/Worst YA- 38:20-57:05
We got the whole gang back together to discuss the movies we watched over the break, play a new game, and go deep on the filmography of Thor: Ragnarok director Taika Waititi.
Drew and Logan talk about their respective holidays and New Years Resolutions and review the first season of Marvel's Runaways on Hulu.
Drew is joined by Eclectic Pop's Britt Lawrence to discuss the best television of 2017.
Drew and Amanda discuss the recent coming out arc on Brooklyn Nine-Nine and review Star Wars: The Last Jedi.
Drew and Logan discuss the Avengers: Infinity War trailer, gush over Marvel's Runaways, and argue over the latest DCEU entry Justice League.
Drew and Logan discuss the best animated series of the 2010's and discuss Amazon's plans to create a Lord of the Rings series.
Note: this was supposed be in your earbuds last week but Drew is lazy. Mea culpa.
Drew mourns his beloved Zoo and Logan gushes about Stranger Things Season 2. Afterwards, Drew and Logan rave over Thor: Ragnarok.
It's our big Halloween episode as Drew and Logan talk about favorite Halloween episodes, pop culture experiences that left them terrified, things they watch on Halloween, and solid horror television series.
Amanda comes back to the top of the episode this week to discuss It, the film and the miniseries, and talk about the toxic fandom in Rick and Morty.
Later in the episode, Drew asks Logan about Riverdale and whether he should be watching it or not.
Rick and Morty: 06:41-17:29
This week, Drew and Logan discuss Blade Runner 2049 and are later joined by Tell Tale TV's Lizzie to argue about The Gifted.
Blade Runner 2049: 09:12-41:04
The Gifted: 41:47-01:06:51
Closing Notes: 01:06:52-01:09:22
Drew and Logan discuss the premiere of the CBS All Access series Star Trek: Discovery and later throw out some good space-centric sci-fi.
Star Trek: Discovery: 04:34-35:06
Spacey Sci-Fi: 35:50-58:26
Closing Notes: 58:27-01:00:53
Drew and Logan preview the upcoming Fall TV pilots and mourn the passing of Harry Dean Stanton and, later in the episode, Drew and Amanda discuss the recent horror hit Stephen King's IT.
Fall TV Preview: 07:18-43:57
IT (2017): 44:22-01:25:44
Closing Notes: 01:25:44- 01:27:51
Drew, Amanda, and Logan talk about their favorite Netflix series from 2017 and later do a Netflix draft to create a Super Netflix.
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt: 2:55-4:44
Anne with an E: 4:44- 10:32
Atypical: 10:32- 15:37
Glow: 15:37- 24:48
The Defenders: 24:48- 30:45
One Day at a Time: 30:45- 33:25
Love: 33:25- 37:14
Bojack Horseman: 37:14- 42:50
Sense8: 42:50- 47:40
Master of None: 47:40- 50:25
Netflix Draft: 50:48- 01:12:00
Closing Notes: 01:12:00- 01:16:20
House of Cards
Orange is the New Black
Master of None
Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt
13 Reasons Why
The Lost Cause Pod is back for Season 2.
Drew and Amanda have an announcement and re-introduce themselves to the podcast.
Later, Drew talks Game of Thrones Season 7 with Logan Dalton and Lissete Lanuza Saenz.
A Re-Introduction: 00:00-38:52
Game of Thrones Season 7: 39:31-01:21:32
Britt Lawrence joins Drew to run-down the best television shows of 2017 so far. Quick note: this was recorded before Sense8's two-hour special was announced, so that part will be out-of-date.
In Episode 10, Drew gushes over Star Trek: The Wrath of Khan, dismisses Son of Zorn, and raves about Take My Wife. Amanda praises Kubo and The Two Strings and refuses to get distracted by Dancing with the Stars. Also, Amanda discusses her TV Dare with Alien and answers listener questions with Drew.