This week Chris and Steve finally get around to the hit show of 2016. Westworld.
What surprises lie in store? How does it compare to the film? And to Ichy and Scratchy Land?
Can they avoid using LOST as a crossover? And can Chris entice you to watch his children's version of Westworld: Lollipop Land?
We are finally joined by the legendary Catherine McCafferty to discuss three great shows with feminist perspectives. First off we discuss Catherine's own Web Series Bothered: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PFv71nwdpc0 It's a quick watch at 2 minutes an episode. If you liked Alone Together you'll love bothered.
We then discussed the unique Netflix Anime: Aggretsuko. Catherine shares similar experiences she's had with hostile work environments, and we all commiserate on how bosses can suck
Finally we discuss Alexa and Katie, Netflix's show for tweens, about tweens, with cancer. How does it hold up against other shows we've done, and does netflix score a hit?
And as always, 30 second pitches and crossovers!
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It's here, the one we've all waited for. Cobra Kai. Chris Steve had the pleasure to go to an early screening in movies theatres and are here to share the joy of Cobra Kai.
What makes this the best "Reboot" Series we may have ever seen? What does it have to do with Harold and Kumar?
Find out on this week's Episode One Podcast
Chuck and Barry, what a way to celebrate 44 episodes!
Well, one is a show, one is guest... I mean both have been shows, but only one is the show we're talking about.
This week Steve and Chris welcome back Chuck their old improv buddy to discuss the HBO Bill Hader series: Barry, which has some roots in the Los Angeles Improv scene.
And to properly celebrate a 44th episode spectacular, we take a look back at each show we've done and discuss whether Chuck has seen it, and whether he should.
Thank you for 44 episodes, here's to 44 more!