Our fourth episode is here, and our first with THE LEVELATOR, which sounds more ominous than it actually is. Actually, I think it really helped improve this week's volume issues. As always, we appreciate your critiques and comments in the comments, so let us know what you think, and be honest. If you're liking what you're hearing and have the time, please review us at iTunes, so we can start climbing the ranks.
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This week, we review Friday Night Lights' third season, and we discuss whether or not Dollhouse is worthy of salvation. Also, we talk quite a bit about House, why we no longer like Barack Obama and Lost. Look after the jump for complete details.
TV on the Internet, Episode 4: Should Dollhouse Be Canceled
Here's a direct link to the episode.
Time codes follow. There are MAJOR SPOILERS for a variety of shows, so you may want to skip over a segment if you haven't watched the shows discussed therein.
00:00.00-00:01.35: Introductions and music from Perkasie
00:01.36-00:14.42: The week's headlines. (WARNING: Contains MAJOR SPOILERS for the last episode of House.)
00:14.43-00:25.27: A review of the third season of Friday Night Lights. Contains spoilers for the full season, duh.
00:25.28-00:39.02: The Big Debate: Should Dollhouse be renewed for a second season? Todd takes (mostly) yea; Libby takes (mostly) nay.
00:39.03-01:01.32: Discussing the week in television. (Includes spoilers for Lost, Chuck, American Idol, Fringe, In Treatment, Rescue Me, Breaking Bad, The Office, 30 Rock and Parks and Recreation. If you guys want more detailed time breakdowns for this segment in the weeks to come, just ask.)
01:01.33-01:08.47: The classic TV on DVD pick of the week, a preview of the week to come and the wrap-up
House Exclusive: The Shocking Story Behind Last Night's Big Death (Entertainment Weekly)
Times' Front-Page Ad Sparks Outcry (The Los Angeles Times)
Lots of What-ifs Surround the Co-stars of SVU (The Associated Press)
Eastbound & Down Will Return to HBO (Reuters)
Obama TV: President Isn't Watching What He Should (Newsday)
Studio 60's Aaron Sorkin Counting Down to Another TV-Show-Within-a-TV-Show? (Ain't It Cool News)
The song this week is "Ginger Sobs" by Perkasie. Again, the full album is worth a download on iTunes, LaLa.com or Amazon MP3.
Clips are from House (episode: "Simple Explanation," script by Leonard Dick) Friday Night Lights (episode: "Tomorrow Blues," script by Jason Katims), Dollhouse (episode: "A Spy in the House of Love," script by Andrew Chambliss), Lost (episode: "Dead Is Dead," script by Brian K. Vaughan and Elizabeth Sarnoff), Parks & Recreation (episode: "Pilot," script by Greg Daniels and Michael Schur), and State of Play (miniseries, script by Paul Abbott).
(We'll post 'em as you make 'em.)
A Podcast Recommendation:
Since it's Easter and all, I'll link you to this lovely sermon that went up this week as a part of the science-based NPR podcast, Radio Lab.