Tue, 20 October 2009
Will Ritchie returns, with television on the brain and werewolves in his heart, or something. NOTE: This episode is very late, due to occasional moments where Will's audio is lacking in quality. I spent weeks trying to fix it as best I could. Sorry for the inconvenience. Please enjoy!
00:02:00 - Will has been in a podcast Coma for months. He sheds some light on why.
00:08:05 - Will has been a TV fiend, lately. They discuss The Mentalist and True Blood. This leads to the lamentation of a lack of any werewolf-themed shows. The original Fox series, Werewolf is mentioned.
00:13:23 - Will talks about Big Wolf On Campus.
00:16:34 - Glee + Kristin Chenoweth = Heaven!
00:24:02 - Will and John talk about the oddity that is the Tuesday night TV wasteland.
00:27:31 - John recommends David Goyer's new conspiracy thriller series, Flash Forward.
00:30:32 - Will is feeling generous and wants to give John a TV.
00:33:01 - We heart Dollhouse. Just sayin'. This leads to talk of Smallville.
00:40:00 - Halo ODST results in a fun, mini-reunion for Firefly. Video games are discussed.
00:49:29 - Do you have a Collector's mentality? We do.
00:58:40 - Marshal loves this show so much, he sends not one, but two emails. Yeah, THAT'S why he did it. Alias is discussed.
01:11:24 - Marshal expresses Canadian pride by recommending the werewolf film, Ginger Snaps. Check it out!
01:16:27 - Will closes out the show by sharing his love for Bradley Cooper. The man is everywhere, and we couldn't be happier!
The following artists can be heard in this episode:
Quentin Tarantino, Amber Riley & The Glee Cast, Earlimart, Caviar, Four Star Mary, Hot Chip, The Martinis, Portishead, Alexi Murdoch, David Bowie, Splashdown, Massive Attack, Coldplay, The Crystal Method, AC/DC, Adam Merrin, Bishop Allen, Juliana Hatfield, Venus In Furs and Idlewild.
Thu, 1 October 2009
In "Echoes", the seventh episode from Dollhouse's first season, a viral epidemic breaks out at a college campus. As Echo investigates, memories of Caroline shed more light on The Rossum Corporation. Jenn from The Dollhouse Podcast joins me for this commentary as we discuss show continuity, similarities to Buffy the Vampire Slayer's, "Band Candy" and the comedy stylings of Olivia Williams.
Please remember to listen for my preemptive countdown before starting the episode on your DVD.