Friday, March 19, 2010

TV on the Internet, Episode 32: Mail call!

NOTE: This will be the final podcast posted on South Dakota Dark. Please look for the show on MediaElites.com from now on.

A few weeks ago, Todd and Libby asked for your questions that they could answer because it was during the Olympics and nothing was on TV. Dutifully, they recorded a podcast answering those questions. Then, Todd's laptop was stolen, which was a tragedy that will echo through the ages. Now, they're back with an episode that re-answers those questions and reviews the nearly two-week-old fourth season of Big Love because they're nothing if not timely.

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Look after the jump for complete details

TV on the Internet, Episode 32:Mail call!

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:

00:00.00-00:03.25 Introductions and music from Kelley Ryan
00:03.26-00:22.25 Thoughts on the messy fourth season of Big Love.
00:22.26-01:57.59 Opening the mail bag to answer your questions

This Week's Music:

TwistKelley Ryan
"About A Girl" (mp3)
from "Twist"
(Manatee Records)

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Clips are from Big Love (episode: "Free at Last," script by Mark V. Olsen and Will Scheffer), Invasion (episode: "The Key," script by Michael Alaimo and Michael Foley), Life Unexpected (episode: "Crisis Unaverted," script by Taylor Hamra), Archer (episode: "Honeypot," script by Adam Reed and Tony Carbone), Doctor Who (episode: "Frontier in Space," script by Malcolm Hulke), Six Feet Under (theme song, composed by Thomas Newman), Roseanne (episode: "Life and Stuff (Pilot)," script by Matt Williams) and Captain 11.

A Podcast Recommendation:

Check out DVD Afternoon, which is a great film 'cast.

Corrections:

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

Photo: This is our mail bag. No, really.

5 comments:

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