Episodes

Atlanta

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SUMMARY:

Frank is still away and Dan Luke will still play. Felix Pineiro joins Dan for a soaking wet episode of podcast. I say that because it was raining when we recording this and no other reason whatsoever. In this episode the boys talk about FX’s TV show “Atlanta,” weather, New York, Breaking Bad as a comedic entity, the intricacies of Louis C.K.’s show “Louie,” and the recent presidential debate. It’s a slam dunk real ding donger of an episode. I like deep dish pizza.

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Episodes

Fargo (Season 2)

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SUMMARY: Happy Valentines Day, seeners. It’s Dan Luke. Can Frank and I take you on a romantic date this valentines day? Join us for our review of the second season of FX’s Fargo. In addition, Frank and I also talk about the recent controversy with the Academy Awards, if Jesse Plemons is a golden retriever come to life, and a bad review we got for our show on iTunes. It’s a very steamy; romantic time. I like you.

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Episodes

Fargo (Season 1)

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SUMMARY: Come on feel the boys! Girl rock your noise! Let’s get wild, wild, wild with another episode of podcast. Join Frank and Dan as they talk about having distant fathers, an email from a fan, and the FX original series Fargo. It’s a cold and disconnected episode just like your socially challenged hosts. I did it! I like snowcone.

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Opinions

The Americans is the Best Show on Television

“It’s a show about characters and intimacy in it’s heart and about spies and death on it’s skin.”

First airing in 2013, and now well into it’s third season, The Americans is one of the finest shows on television that you’re going to miss completely.

It’s pensive in the historical context which it occupies, clever in it’s incorporation of familiar spy tropes, and unique in it’s unconventional direction and narrative decisions. It’s exciting, and haunting, and sexy, and traumatizing. So, then, if that’s the case, how could you possibly miss it? Continue reading

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