here, or on iTunes here, #ButFirst, as All-Stars comes to a close, the rewatches are just getting started, so to access future episodes and help us decide which seasons to cover next, subscribe on Patreon here.
Friday, January 19, 2018
Our Genius recollections continue as wise guy and apex podcaster Myles Nye, who may have played more games of Food Chain than anyone else, returns to give his take on the second season's opening salvo. We discuss how and why the game plays out so differently with varied groups of people and the strengths and weaknesses in its design after Myles (and his fellow #junghyungs) gets a lesson in how the youth talk these days. As always you can listen below, here, or on iTunes here.
Sunday, January 14, 2018
Mike Bloom. In our penultimate podcast of the season we eulogize Dr. Will and Janelle (FIGURATIVELY), evaluate Boogie's winning game, examine Erika's pivotal role in shaping the outcome and much more on the player below, here, or on iTunes here.
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Friday, January 12, 2018
With all of the hype for Season 4 of Black Mirror (there's a lot of buzz around Lenny), it seemed like the perfect time to revisit the seasons that made the show such a hit. Colin's rating was too low to risk podcasting with him, so instead I invited our good friend and futuristic experiment Taran Armstrong to go through our favourite episodes and the show's place in the TV landscape. As always, you can listen below, here, or on iTunes here.
Everyone's favourite techno-thriller returned to our screens over the holidays to supply its usual festive cheer. With Colin still trapped inside a simulation looking for his perfect match, Amy (@itsamyanne) took his place to discuss the latest season, its place in the series, and just what the DJ did to deserve it. As always, you can listen below, here, or on iTunes here.
Friday, January 5, 2018
Survivor Historian Paul Asleson. Watch along to see Chilltown develop a more genuine bond with Santa NPH than with anyone in the house all summer, then listen on the player below, here, or on iTunes here.
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