She’s lovely and bright with soft curls… that’s right, she’s a smalllll wonder – and we are looking back to a simpler stranger time: the late 80’s where a sitcom didn’t necessarily have to be funny to get multiple seasons.
So what happens when your every day common American family build their own human looking roboslave? Oh – the shenanigans they have… and by shenanigans, we mean the more we peel this onion, the darker it gets.
We’re back with another journey through all of the years of television that other people sat through, and review what’s left…. the End
This month we’re talking the politically over-the-top crazy DC Adventure that is Scandal. From backstabbing lawyers, assassinating attorneys, and Presidents in disgrace, this show upped the anti every season, and now it has landed in the Oval Office of the Somethings…
Was it good? Does it hold up? Only two men know for sure, and soon you will too.
It is time, yet again friends, for a journey to the last episode of a show – whether or not we’ve seen the rest of it.
This time, we harken back to a time when shows had a lot of set-up and then endings that felt kind of thrown out of nowhere. A time of mysterious islands and scenes that felt like they were ripped from escape rooms… mysteries abound, answers lesser so. It’s time for The End, with a show Rob has seen and Hatton has not – The Event.
Was it good? Was it bad? It only got one season and ends on a cliffhanger, so the answer is probably obvious… find out what we think on — The End.
It’s time to get Frakked and talk about one of the most influential shows of the last twenty years.
Sure, maybe in hindsight it has some flaws, which I’m sure we’ll jump to every 33 minutes, but in between listen as Hatton and Podcast Rob find out which one of them is a secret Cylon, get jettisoned from an airlock, and … is that …. is that a remake of a classic rock song we hear?
We’ll it’s time for you to hear it on The End – Battlestar Galactica
It’s been a few years since the Redwood Originals rode down through Charming… so it seemed like a good time to see whether the life and times of Jax Teller and his entire band of miscreants ended up where they deserved.
So settle in for some mouth-singing and questions of religious importance, as the Somethings are about to ride their hogs down that ol’ dusty trail with Sons of Anarchy for THE END.
Don’t you sometimes want to get a way to a place where everybody knows your name?
That’s what the Somethings did this week as we take on another episode of THE END – did one of the historically beloved and remembered sitcoms hold up decades after it went off the air? How funny can dudes sitting at a bar really be?
Well hang out with PCR and Hatton, Mayday Malone, Carla, Cliff, Norm, and Woody as they talk about not just an episode, but a phenomenon in Cheers
Time again for us to skip the years of backstory, the forum posts, the rumor mills, and just go straight… to The End
On this week’s episode, given the spookiness of the month, we delve into a forgotten Tori Spelling vehicle that combines the politics of a 90s Fox show with a gutted version of an RPG classic.
Trenchcoats abound, and we’re pretty sure we’re your Sire now — if you didn’t know this show existed, we wouldn’t be surprised as it had less than a dozen episodes – it is the vampiest of vampies – it’s KINDRED: THE EMBRACED
Before Arrow. Before The Flash. Before Agents of SHIELD.
A group of unknowns gathered together to stop a monster who literally tore them apart. Well that was the first year of Heroes. A writer’s strike later and who knows how the show ends… based on the ratings, most of you probably don’t.
So join Hatton and PCR as they breakdown the end of the show that was supposed to be the beginning of an era. Was it? It’s time again for the Somethings to breakdown the end with The End – Heroes