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OV138 – Steve Jobs, Rick and Morty season 1, Dan Harmon rant, Unexpected, Nashville, Tarantino Boycott, and The Big Short (Guest: Greg Lenz from We Are Libertarians)
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This week Tiny and I welcome our friend Greg Lenz (from We Are Libertarians) to review Steve Jobs, gush over Aaron Sorkin’s work, and draw parallels between this movie and The Social Network! In potpourri, I review Rick and Morty season 1 and indie drama Unexpected; Tiny talks about NBC drama Nashville; and Greg talks about his excitement for The Big Short and the Tarantino police boycott controversy. Continue reading
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OV53 – Bonus Ep – House of Cards Seasons 1 and 2
In this special bonus episode of the podcast, Matt and Tiny sit down with their friend Greg Lenz from We Are Libertarians (and OV1) to discuss Netflix’s political drama House of Cards.
No “stone to the face” is left unturned as we breakdown the first two seasons of Netflix’s incredible flagship series and chart the character arc of Francis Underwood and the people around him in the show.
Looking for an OV drinking game? Take a shot every time we say “diabolical” and let us know what happens.
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So here we are, the very first episode of The Obsessive Viewer Podcast!
“In the premiere episode, Matt and Tiny (joined by guest host Greg) discuss Dawson Leery’s hidden psychotic tendencies, John Noble’s brilliance on Fringe and the nature of politics in television. The guys are also faced with an impossible choice.”
Please bear with me as I work out the kinks of this podcasting thing. Below you’ll find the premiere episode. You can click the link to listen to the episode directly or simply right click and click “Save As” to download the podcast. I’ll get it onto iTunes soon and then hopefully things will run smoothly from there.
Episode 1 – Dawson’s Creek, Fringe and Politics in Television Continue reading