Here’s episode 2 of The Obsessive Viewer Podcast!
Episode 3 – History on the Screen, Cloud Atlas and Breaking Bad
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“In honor of this week’s July 4th holiday, Tiny and Matt discuss the good, the bad and the inaccurate when it comes to (mostly American) historical movies and television shows. Tiny also champions a potential return to form for the Wachowskis and Matt talks up low budget sci-fi and his rewatch of Breaking Bad.”
Want to skip ahead to our main topic? We discuss History on the Screen 11mins, 43secs into the episode.
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I’ve been behind on all the TV shows I watch, which is why I’ve been blogging mostly about movies. But now I’m getting through my backlog and I have a lot to say. First up, How I Met Your Mother. (Contains spoilers up to S08E18 – Weekend at Barney’s)
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