We've got special guests on this week -- Myles McNutt of Cultural Learnings and Carrie Raisler of Zap2It.com, and we're going to be discussing our unpopular TV opinions. To that end, we're going to express our secret loves of Everybody Loves Raymond, The Mentalist, vampires and The Secret Life of the American Teenager. Also, Todd and Libby look at the week in celebrity death and Fox's Virtuality. Please keep voting for us on iTunes! Your reviews and ratings have us climbing the ranks, and we will NOT BE STOPPED.
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TV on the Internet, Episode 13: Some Unpopular Opinions for You
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.
00:00.00-00:02.00: Introductions and music from Drinkme
00:02.01-00:14.22: The week's headlines.
00:14.23-00:20.30: Libby and Todd review Fox's backdoor pilot for Virtuality.
00:20.31-01:12.45: Myles and Carrie join Todd and Libby as they discuss their unpopular TV opinions.
01:12.46-01:19.32: The classic TV on DVD pick, the wrap-up, more from Drinkme and an outtake.
Michael Jackson -- Cardiac Arrest (TMZ)
Farrah Fawcett Dies of Cancer at 62 (People)
Ed McMahon 1923-2009 (The Washington Post)
Reports: Walter Cronkite ailing (Entertainment Weekly)
Jon and Kate plus 10.6M (Philadelphia Inquirer)
This Week's Music:
"Buildings Burn Down" (mp3)
from "Service WIth A Snarl EP"
More On This Album
Clips are from Motown 25: Yesterday, Today and Forever (Michael Jackson performance of "Billie Jean"), Virtuality (episode: "Pilot," script by Michael Taylor from a story by Ron Moore and Michael Taylor), The Sopranos (episode: "Pilot," script by David Chase), Deadwood (episode: "I Am Not the Fine Man You Take Me For," script by Regina Corrado and David Milch), The Secret Life of the American Teenager (episode: "And Unto Us a Child Is Born," script by Brenda Hampton), True Blood (episode: "The First Taste," script by Alan Ball) and Wonderfalls (episode: "Karma Chameleon," script by Tim Minear).
(We'll post 'em as you make 'em.)
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