It's that time again, time to celebrate! 133 episodes. Chris and Steve talk about what we've watched more of since our 122nd episode.
First we discuss our 2020 America's Sweetheart, then at 19:00 we begin discussing Clarice. at 1:00:00 we talk about shows we've been watching both ones we've done on the pod and ones we never covered over the last few months.
This reimagined sequel to Silence of the Lambs surprised both Steve and Chris? How so? And what did we think of Hannibal, the last tv Adaptation of this world.
And what does the Marvel cinematic universe have in common with the Silence of the Lambs universe?
All this, plus crossovers and 30 second pitches on the Episode One Podcast!
We're not to Paramount + yet... but we're close.
First up in our inadvertant series of CBS shows, the Equalizer. It's a TV adaptation of a movie that was an adaptation of the TV Show. We had no idea there was an 80's TV show until we watched this.
Does Queen Latifah Equalize and bring balance to the force?
Find out, plus Crossovers and 30 second pitches (and yes Living Single is mentioned)
This week Steve and Chris are back to their comic book roots to discuss Wandavision. While Chris breaks all the podcast rules and watches both episodes and reads theories, Steve comes in fresh.
We discuss lots of Comic Books, Avengers Disassembled, House of M and Tom King's Vision Series.
Also crossovers and 30 second pitches for new streaming networks (like Wandavision, the all Wanda Sykes streaming service)
Welcome to 2021! Anything happen in 2020?
Well Steve and Chris are here with the Fall Premieres... wait it's January? Uh well, you see.
We watched Mr Mayor, the new vehicle for Tina Fey and Robert Carlock to entertain us, and we watch Call Me Kat, the new Miyam Bialik Vehicle.
We also talk a little bit about Discovery + and The History of Swear Words on Netflix.
All this plus Crossovers and 30 second pitches.