Sunday, July 19, 2009

TV on the Internet, Episode 15: The Emmys Giveth, and the Emmys Taketh Away



Sorry for the lateness. Libby was not feeling well last night.

This week: Todd and Libby have a bone to pick with the Emmys. But they also have much praise for the beleaguered organization! Also, there is more fighting over Burn Notice, Walter Cronkite makes them sad, and Todd is going to Comic-Con! 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 15: The Emmys Giveth, and the Emmys Taketh Away

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.

Times:

00:00.00-00:02.30: Introductions and music from We Were Promised Jetpacks
00:02.31-00:13.10: The week's headlines.
00:13.11-00:36.36: Libby and Todd discuss the Emmy nominations.
00:36.37-00:44.00: Todd and Libby preview Comic-Con, which Todd will be attending (Libby will be sleeping).
00:44.01-01:09.20: Discussing the weeks in television. (Includes spoilers for Royal Pains, The Listener, So You Think You Can Dance?, Rescue Me, Nurse Jackie, Weeds, The Real Housewives of New Jersey, The Soup, Burn Notice and True Blood.)
01:09.21-01:16.04: The classic TV on DVD pick, the wrap-up, more from We Were Promised Jetpacks and an outtake.

Headline Links:

Walter Cronkite (New York Times)
Futurama Cast Holding Out for More Pay (Reuters)
Democrats Take It Easy in Sotomayor Questioning (Salt Lake City Tribune)
Writer Sues, Claiming He Did Lost Thirty Years Ago (BuddyTV)
Paula Abdul on Idol: In or Out? (E! Online)

This Week's Music:

These Four WallsWe Were Promised Jetpacks
"Ships With Holes Will Sink" (mp3)
from "These Four Walls"
(Fat Cat Records)

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Clips are from The CBS Evening News with Walter Cronkite, Family Guy (episode: "8 Simple Rules for Buying My Teenage Daughter," script by Cherry Chevapravatdumrong), Glee (episode: "Pilot," script by Ryan Murphy, Brad Falchuk and Ian Brennan), Entourage (episode: "Drive," script by Doug Ellin), Hung (episode: "Great Sausage or Can I Call You Dick?," script by Collette Burson and Dmitry Lipkin), Kings (episode: "Javelin," script by Kevin Seamus Fahey) and The Adventures of Pete & Pete (episode: "Yellow Fever," script by Joe Stillman).

Corrections:

(We'll post 'em as you make 'em.)

A Podcast Recommendation:

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3 comments:

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Erik Anderson said...

Bless you for making KINGS the #1 show of the week. The scene you mentioned where McShane goes nutters on his gay son was indeed a shocking and violent moment that was perfectly staged. I just finished the two-part series finale and boy, is it unfortunate that it wasn't given a reprieve like Friday Night Lights got after its low-rated first season.

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