(Nice of them to get 1989 Jeff Daniels to pose for this photo.)
Todd and Libby are joined by Fan Favorite David Sims (TM) to discuss the wonder and joy that is season two of The Newsroom. Along the way, they’ll double back to make fun of some of their favorite mockable moments in season one, offer up non-spoilery thoughts on how this season is going so far, and discuss the news that fuels The Newsroom. They’ll also pay tribute to Glee's sadly departed Cory Monteith, discuss how other shows have handled actor deaths, and talk just a wee bit about the amazingness of Scandal. With a new theme song by Adam Emperor Southard!
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Discussion includes talk about the first four episodes of The Newsroom. We never go out of our way to spoil anything and don’t address anything not found in most any review or article about season 2 of the show, but if you are intensely spoilerphobic, you may be happier delaying this episode until further into the season. (Were it me, I would suggest you soldier forth. Some of this stuff will only want to make you want to watch the show more. Though maybe that’s what you DON’T want…)
We also talk briefly about Scandal and may have included some inconsequential spoilers, but again, nothing earth-shattering.
What is the music this way, you ask? Why that’s our brand spankin’ new podcast THEME SONG written by the fabulously talented Adam Emperor Southard. (Don’t believe me? He’s an accomplished playwright/composer as well as being a rad photographer.)
So yeah. That was awesome.
Next week, we’ll do a mad-dash podcast before the horrors of Summer TCA on Netflix’s remarkable new show, Orange Is The New Black.
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