TeeVee

A daily TV and Film podcast
Good podcast? Give it some love!

Episodes of TeeVee

Eric and Jason continue their rewatch of every episode of Farscape. This means that sometimes you watch some that are good and sometimes some that are not so good. First up, the mostly not good “The Flax”. Where Aeryn and John finally reveal
In “Till the Blood Runs Clear”, Crichton finally manages to recreate a wormhole, but it isn’t stable. Crichton and Aeryn meet a new friend who can repair his ship — for a steep price, while D’Argo meets some not so friendly, and not so bright,
A little bit of a mixed review this time around. First up, “DNA Mad Scientist”, where we like the plotline about the villain and Aeryn and John, but not so much the one with the rest of the crew acting way out of character. But they redeem th
We’re a third of the way through season one and already Farscape has hit its stride. We review two great episodes this time. First up, “PK Tech Girl”. Earth tech boy meets Sebacean tech girl on a derelict Peacekeeper ship. Romance ensues despi
Next up in our Farscape rewatch — “Back and Back and Back to the Future”.  Surprisingly not all three movies about a kid and his time travelling DeLorean. More like Groundhog Day, where Crichton relives the same day over and over until he gets
We continue our rewatch of Farscape season one. Up first, “Exodus from Genesis”, where the crew must deal with two invaders, the potentially dangerous Drak and the definitely dangerous Peacekeeper Commandos. Can they get both groups off Moya b
We’ve moved many of the shows that used to live in the TeeVee feed into their own feeds and removed them from the TeeVee feed. If you use the main TeeVee feed to listen to shows about Westworld, Doctor Who, Ted Lasso, The Mandalorian, Star Trek
Welcome to a new TeeVee podcast covering the 1999-2004 series Farscape. In this inaugural episode, sci-fi fans Eric and Jason discuss the first two episodes. Eric revisits his love for the series while Jason experiences it for the first time. I
Relationships are hard. Whether it’s Roy and Jamie or Rebecca and Rupert—hey, it’s Anthony Stewart Head!—things can be fraught, even if you’re participating in a charity banquet. Don’t forget—it’s for the children. David J. Loehr with Jean M
From the bookending f-bombs to the food bomb partaken by Ted Lasso, this week’s episode is full of hot stuff. Journalist Trent Crimm (The Independent) learns a lot about Ted along the way. There’s bullying in the locker room, but doting uncle R
Our visit to AFC Richmond continues, as we discuss secret biscuit recipes, how this episode plants seeds for future episodes, the clever deployment of Lizzo, and how the locker room is like a classroom. Dan Moren with Shannon Sudderth, John
Football is life! In the run-up to the second season premiere, we’re rewatching “Ted Lasso” season one, with an all-star collection of Incomparable hosts and panelists. This week we’re going back to where it all started: A sacked manager, a Spo
We Discuss: Phantom Zone confusion J’onn being a jerk Alex and J’onn’s feels Lena and Brainy’s murder plans Lex and Lena great story Kara bringing hope Nyxly being suss Post Crisis stress Editor: David Schaub Trish Matson with David Schaub
So it all comes down to this. We review the season finale of “For All Mankind,” which puts the fate of the world in the crucible and makes us ponder the power of individual decisions when great systems seem intent on destroying one another. In
We Discuss: The Trial of The Century Lex being Lex Lena being clever Lillian being complicated Brainy training Nia poorly Andrea failing at journalism Alex and J’onn character assassination Silas being great The Phantom Zone being messy and K
Things are getting pretty serious. The clash of civilizations between the U.S. and the Soviets begins to boil on Earth, in space, and on the surface of the moon. Karen continues making interesting personal decisions. Dani reveals herself to be
We Discuss: Whether this is a finale or premier. So much plot. All the personal moments. Lex being his own worst enemy. The ephemeral nature of comic book deaths. Our hopes and dreams for the final season. Editor: David Schaub Trish Matson
Things keep getting more tense! This week Karen owns her ability to make terrible decisions, Gordo vanquishes an old nemesis, Sally Ride is not amused, there’s a meet-cute in a mock-up, and Kelly tries banh mi for the first time. Oh, and there’
As the season builds to its climax, there’s an awful lot to process. A real-life tragedy intervenes in Ellen’s story. Margo needs to communicate information from another tragic event that didn’t happen in the world of “For All Mankind.” A myste
Like any good (comic book) character, we're back! It was simply too much fun to recap WandaVision, so Lisa Schmeiser, Don Melton, and Kelly Guimont have returned to dig into the first episode of The Falcon and the Winter Snowman Soldier.Kelly G
At last, the Soviets. We loved this whole episode, from the pointed conversation about Laika to the docking system designed out of coasters. Who makes Houston’s best borscht? Who cares! Let’s have burgers and Jack Daniels! Just don’t tell the K
Wake up Elvis and get The Band back together—we’re here to take a load for free and talk about the latest episode of “For All Mankind.” We cover Tracy’s rough introduction to Jamestown, Gordo’s pool adventures, Molly’s new job, the death of Spo
Ed trades in his golf cart for a nuclear-powered Space Shuttle, Molly gets a job offer in a bathtub, Ellen gets career advice and surprise poetry, Danielle receives harsh words that spur her into historic action, and the Vending Machine of Fate
One more time! Lisa, Don, and Kelly are back to dig deep into the WandaVision universe, including yet another TV show pitch (Law & Order: MCU), thoughts about the show as a finale, and the season as a whole. Get comfy on that sitcom couch, this
Turns out that the Soviets are America’s annoying moon roommates, moving their stuff without asking—and it might trigger a lunar conflict. Also, Tracy and Gordo continue to be messed up, Margo provides toilet paper and a job offer, Gordo’s VCR
Rate Podcast
Do you host or manage this podcast?
Claim and edit this page to your liking.
Are we missing an episode or update?
Use this to check the RSS feed immediately.