Todd and Libby have some things to say about the Emmys AND about the new fall season. Also, they talk about the soft launch for the fall season last week with thoughts on shows like The Office and Fringe AND find a way to clumsily shoehorn Lost into the proceedings. Also, we hit all of those people who thought Mad Men was getting boring in the FACE.
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TV on the Internet, Episode 20: The Only Good New Show Is a Dead New Show
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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.
00:00.00-00:02.20 Introductions and music from The Apples in Stereo
00:02.21-00:20.05 Todd and Libby dissect the Emmy winners and the show itself, especially Neil Patrick Harris' hosting job.
00:20.06-00:42.51 Todd counts down his top ten new shows of the fall season, and Libby occasionally says things that are witty and/or insightful.
00:42.52-01:18.37: Discussing the weeks in television. (Includes spoilers for Parks & Recreation, Bones, Greek, Gossip Girl, Curb Your Enthusiasm, Supernatural, The Office, Fringe, The Jay Leno Show and Mad Men.)
01:18.38-01:25.50: The classic TV on DVD pick, the wrap-up, more from The Apples in Stereo and an outtake.
Check out an Emmy wrap up here.
This Week's Music:
The Apples in stereo
"The Bird That You Can't See" (mp3)
from "#1 Hits Explosion"
(The Apples in stereo)
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More On This Album
Clips are from The 2009 Emmy Awards, Cougar Town (episode: "Pilot," script by Kevin Biegel and Bill Lawrence), Parks & Recreation (episode: "Pawnee Zoo," script by Norm Hiscock), Greek (episode: "The Half-Naked Gun," script by Roger Grant), The Office (episode: "Gossip," script by Paul Lieberstein), Mad Men (episode: "Guy Walks Into an Advertising Agency," script by Robin Veith and Matthew Weiner) and Lost (episode: "Pilot," script by J.J. Abrams and Damon Lindelof).
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