This first batch is based on much of January plus the first week of February.
Price, Tim, and Jen are joined by Cory Barker to discuss the week in television in the last podcast of 2012. This week we get into: The Dexter and Homeland finales, our favorite shows of the year, and more.
Our look at the greatest TV things of the year kicks off with a dog, some explosions, and battles between two sets of perfectly matched foes.
The series finale delivered exactly what so many of us thought it would, which is a whole bunch of belly laughs.
This one almost broke me, folks.
Price, Tim, and Jen discuss the week in television! And this week Cory Barker joins us for a spirited (and lengthy!) discussion of: Gossip Girl, Boardwalk Empire, Dexter, The Vampire Diaries, Sons of Anarchy, Homeland, The Walking Dead, and more.
"It's Really Complicated" answered some questions, posed some others, and generally made a mess of things in an almost indescribable fashion.
Some people are just the WORST! Especially these characters who showed up on TV this fall.
"Save the Last Chance" was full of some of the season's worst action, but also included a final moment that could—and I repeat, could—salvage a character, a season, and dammit, an entire show.
Perhaps no other show currently delivers as many unintentional pleasures as Gossip Girl, which has, in its final season, gone completely and utterly off the rails.
Gossip Girl has reached the point where it's so explicitly bad that I can't look away. Let's run through the "high points" of "Monstrous Ball."
This episode wasn't as joyous as the season premiere, but it was certainly much better than the last two episodes.
Putting aside ratings for a moment, which network instantly gives you a good or bad feeling just from hearing its name?
TV networks are starting to postpone the original programing they had scheduled for tonight due to the storm's presence on the Eastern Seaboard.
"Dirty Rotten Scandals" was a little better than last week's messy episode Let's discuss the big points, shall we?
After a fairly solid season premiere, Gossip Girl settled back into its typical (read: pretty miserable) rhythms in "High Infidelity."
Let's get right into the last season premiere in Gossip Girl history, which was actually pretty good!
After six years of WTFs, OMGs, and a slew of unintentional LOLs, we'll be saying goodbye to Serena, Blair, Chuck, and the rest of the GG gang. Here are a few things we'd like to see before the show calls it quits.