Brittany Rae from the Afictionados Podcast Network and Samantha Coley from Tell Tale TV join Drew this week to dive deep into all things Star Trek. Everything is discussed. No expense is spared. We talk about the shows and rank them, the movies, the video games, and the books. We draft our Bridge Crews and then go over the first two episodes of Star Trek: Picard.
Britt Lawrence returns to the podcast to help Drew break down the best TV shows of 2019.
Drew is joined again by Brittany Rae from The Afictionados Podcast Network to break down The 100 Season 6. Do they stay on topic? No. Do they care? Also no.
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 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 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.
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.
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, 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
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.
Drew and Amanda discuss the impending death of physical media, debate Stranger Things at length, and go into depth on our 7 favorite tv shows.
5:38-29:23: Obsessions or Distractions
01:25:55-01:33:29: TV Dare
01:33:29-01:34:45: Closing Show Notes
Corey Atad's Stranger Things article: http://www.esquire.com/entertainment/tv/a46850/stranger-things-kids-in-peril/
Drew's Scrubs finale article: http://www.popoptiq.com/greatest-series-finales-scrubs-my-finale/
Drew's X-Files article: http://www.thelostcause.net/television/2016/2/24/the-x-files-season-10-a-postmortem
Drew talks about his recent foray into Comixology Unlimited, then discusses recent movies with Amanda, and are joined by Phil MeshWeaver to talk about Almost Human.
Comixology Unlimited: 1:10-7:38
Movie Round-Up: 7:38-27:53
Lost Cause: Almost Human: 28:44-01:24:08
Music at the end comes courtesy of the Almost Human soundtrack by The Crystal Method.
Phil's Youtube page: https://t.co/1ew6kakbl8
Drew's The Conjuring article: http://www.popoptiq.com/5-movies-that-should-cross-over-with-the-conjuring/
A link for Comixology Unlimited
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Drew and Amanda do a double header of Lost episodes with "House of the Rising Sun" and "The Moth", round-up the latest movies, and discuss Mad Max: Fury Road in depth.
1:10-20:50: Movie Round-up
20:50-57:45: The Constant
58:24-01:40:50: Mad Max: Fury Road
01:40:50-01:49:30: Closing Thoughts
Drew and Amanda talk Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice before jumping into a review of Lost Season One Episode 5 "White rabbit" and then discuss the recently ended Disney XD animated series Gravity Falls.
0:00-6:00: Intro/Show notes
6:00-16:40: Batman v Superman
16:41-47:05: "White Rabbit" Review
47:47-01:23:06: Gravity Falls Postmortem
01:23:07-01:25:13: Last Words
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Music comes courtesy of Disney XD's Gravity Falls and Brad Breeck
Drew and Amanda are joined by Kyle Turner to discuss Pushing Daisies.
In Episode 3, Drew and Amanda discuss Amanda's GoFundMe, then review Lost Season One Episode 4 "Walkabout", and Britt Law from Eclectic Pop joins Drew to run down the Top 5 TV shows and Film from 2015.
Drew and Amanda rejoice the end of the holidays, discuss the Christmas movies we've subjected ourselves to.
They then move onto The Constant and review Lost Season One Episode Three "Tabula Rasa" and many crackpot theories are shared.
Lastly, they relive the joy of Star Wars: The Force Awakens with guest Carson Fitchner.
In the first episode, Drew and Amanda review the first episode of Lost and then jump into a discussion of the third season of Teen Wolf. Fun times are had by all.
Intro/ Show Notes: 0:00-6:09
Review- Lost: 'Pilot': 6:10-52:19
The Lost Cause- Teen Wolf Season 3: 52:20-1:23:49
The Last Word: 1:23:50- 1:27:38