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The latest episode of The Obsessive Viewer Podcast is officially posted. It’s a great episode despite yours truly talking through a cold. We talk about cancelled TV shows and spin offs. It was a good conversation.
You’ll notice that we changed around the music a little bit. We’re in the process of getting better intro and outro music. If you’re a musician and you’re interested in throwing something together for us, let us know and we’ll give you the proper credit and everything. You can also share your memorable movie theater experiences with us.
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Recently it was announced that Jimmy Smits and Donal Logue will be returning to FX’s juggernaut Sons of Anarchy Entering its 6th season this fall, the highest rated show in FX history has an incredibly loyal fan base filled with people who believe it is quality television.
Bringing back Smits and Logue is truly great for the show. Their work last season was a much needed breath of fresh air for a series that’s been stumbling for at least the last year and a half. However, while I loved Smits and Logue, I’m not sure their return will bring me back for another season of sloppy, convoluted writing on a show bloated with unresolved threads and a plethora of unlikable characters.