Our seventh episode is, in my humble opinion, our best episode on a technical level yet. We take a look at the top 15 pilots of the development season with the help of the TV Mad Man and we review the pilot for Fox's new high school drama Glee. Also, our top ten shows of the week. Hopefully, the e-mail exchange is more interesting this week than it was last week. Thanks for all your comments and criticism. They're helping us make the show better. If you like us, please review us on iTunes. We WILL take out the Official Lost Podcast! We WILL!
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TV on the Internet, Episode 7: Pilotpalooza!, Part 2 *Glee Sound!*
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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.
00:00.00-00:01.50: Introductions and music from Great Northern
00:01.51-00:11.54: The week's headlines.
00:11.55-00:24.33: Libby and Todd review the pilot of Glee, airing on Fox May 19.
00:24.34-00:50.29: Todd, Libby and Nathan from TV Mad Man count down the top pilot scripts of this development season.
00:50.30-01:13.10: Discussing the week in television. (Includes spoilers for Heroes, Private Practice, My Name Is Earl, Rescue Me, The Office, Dollhouse, Chuck, Lost, Breaking Bad and In Treatment.)
01:13.11-01:21.24: The classic TV on DVD pick, the wrap-up, more from Great Northern and an outtake.
NBC renewals (Deadline Hollywood Daily) (This Variety piece is also referenced.)
NBC Exec Nora O'Brien Dies on Parenthood Set (The Los Angeles Times)
ABC to Add Its Shows to Videos on Hulu (New York Times)
Lost to Host Stealth Campaign for Flash Forward (Reuters)
Research: Conservatives Believe Colbert Isn't Joking (CNet)
The song this week is "Story" by Great Northern. His full album is worth a download on iTunes, LaLa.com or Amazon MP3.
Clips are from Parks & Recreation (episode: "Boys Club," script by Greg Daniels and Michael Schur) Glee (episode: "Pilot," script by Ryan Murphy, Ian Brennan and Brad Falchuk), NCIS (episode: "Legend, Part 1," script by Shane Brennan), Heroes (episode: "An Invisible Thread," script by Tim Kring), Chuck (episode: "Chuck Vs. the Ring," script by Allison Adler and Chris Fedak), In Treatment (episode: "April: Week 4," script by Sarah Treem) and Star Trek (episode: The City on the Edge of Forever," script by Harlan Ellison).
I call Ryan Murphy the creator of Glee, but he's really the co-creator with Ian Brennan and Brad Falchuk.
A Podcast Recommendation:
I've been really enjoying some of the story podcasts out there, and if you're a fan of horror fiction, there's no better than Pseudopod.