Tuesday, September 29, 2009

TV on the Internet, Episode 21: 30 Shows in 90 Minutes (or Thereabouts)



Todd and Libby are joined by Myles McNutt of Cultural Learnings to take a look at the first official week of the fall season and all of the shows that debuted or returned therein, as well as a few favorites carrying over from the summer. All told, they discuss 30 shows in just under 90 minutes, though clips and other stuff carry us up over 90 ultimately.

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TV on the Internet, Episode 21: 30 Shows in 90 Minutes (or Thereabouts)

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:

00:00.00-00:01.44 Introductions and music from The Twilight Sad
00:01.45-01:30.46 Todd, Libby and Myles discuss 30 shows from this last week in TV. Spoilers for How I Met Your Mother, Accidentally on Purpose, The Big Bang Theory, Greek, Castle, House, The Good Wife, The Forgotten, Sons of Anarchy, The New Adventures of Old Christine, Modern Family, Cougar Town, Mercy, Glee, Eastwick, Top Chef, Project Runway, Fringe, Parks & Recreation, The Office, Community, FlashForward, Grey's Anatomy, The Mentalist, Dollhouse, Family Guy, The Amazing Race, Dexter, Curb Your Enthusiasm and Mad Men.
01:30.47-01:33.25: The wrap-up, more from The Twilight Sad and an outtake.

This Week's Music:

Forget the Night AheadThe Twilight Sad
"Reflection of the Television" (mp3)
from "Forget the Night Ahead"
(Fat Cat Records)

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Clips are from How I Met Your Mother (episode: "Definitions," script by Carter Bays and Craig Thomas), House (episode: "Broken," script by Russel Friend, Garrett Lerner, David Foster and David Shore), Modern Family (episode: "Pilot," script by Steven Levitan and Christopher Lloyd), Community (episode: "Spanish 101," script by Dan Harmon) and Family Guy (episode: "Road to the Multiverse," script by Wellesley Wild).

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1 comment:

Aristophanes said...

It's great to see you guys posting with such regularity now that the fall season is upon us!