After yet another short hiatus (we won't have one for another three weeks this time!), we're back with our countdown of the top ten dramatic performances of the decade, both male and female. Also, we've got some headlines and an extended discussion of the David Letterman/Sarah Palin feud. 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 10: The Top Ten Dramatic Performances of the Decade (Male and Female)
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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.
00:00.00-00:02.00: Introductions and music from Matt & Kim
00:02.01-00:14.00: The week's headlines.
00:14.01-01:11.43: Libby and Todd count down their top ten dramatic TV performances of the decade (male and female). (Includes spoilers for a whole host of shows, but all of which have aired at least over two weeks ago.)
01:11.44-01:15.44: The wrap-up, where to find us on the Internet, what to expect in the week to come (including a special podcast) and more from Matt and Kim.
Emmy Champ Futurama Has TV Future! Bender Will Drink to That! (Los Angeles Times)
Palin: Letterman Owes Apology to All "Young Women" (USA Today)
Are Viewers Ditching Conan O'Brien for David Letterman? (New York Daily News)
Bob Hope's Spirit but No Cheesecake (New York Times)
My Name Is Earl Definitely Dead (Den of Geek)
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Clips are from Futurama (episode: "The Cryonic Woman," script by J. Stewart Burns), Rescue Me (episode: "Iceman," script by Denis Leary and Evan Reilly), Mad Men (episode: "The Mountain King," script by Matthew Weiner and Robin Veith), The Shield (episode: "Chasing Ghosts," script by Shawn Ryan and Adam Fierro), Buffy the Vampire Slayer (episode: "Once More With Feeling," script by Joss Whedon), Deadwood (episode: "No Other Sons or Daughters," script by George Putnam) and Battlestar Galactica (episode: "Dirty Hands," script by Anne Cofell Saunders and Jane Espenson).
(We'll post 'em as you make 'em.)
A Podcast Recommendation:
I barely have any time to listen to podcasts anymore, but I've been taking time to listen to The People You Don't Know Podcast. Good stuff! And they talked about me!