The Sound Of Silence

Welcome back nerdy listeners.  This week, Mike and John each went off in a different direction, so the shows reviewed are a bit varied, and some discussions are tabled for now.  For example, Mike binged all of The Punisher, and John hasn't started yet, and on the other end, John took in some of the weekly shows that Mike didn't quite have time for this week.  Worry not, however, as the guys still had quite a bit to discuss, including a flashback episode of Supergirl, a fun episode of Flash, and a fear-filled episode of The Orville.  This week the guys top things off with a dive into an amazing (and rather gripping) mid-season finale of The Blacklist.  Stay a while, and listen!

“What Did You Watch This Week?” is a weekly podcast were your hosts talk about the televisions shows, movies, and trailers that they watched this week. This encompasses not only new shows or movies but past favorites and re-runs they may have watched or even short runs series you can only find on Netflix, HULU or DVD.

What Did You Watch This Week is hosted by Michael Labbe and John Spier and produced by John Spier.



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On the 21st exciting episode of What did you Watch this Week, the boys get down and dirty with some mutual loving of the phenomenal Stranger Things, but wait, there's more!  Mike gives us a couple of hard sells on a pair of movies he's really enjoyed, and John dishes the hard dirt on his viewing of Suicide Squad.  All this, plus some thoughts on Outcast, Mr Robot, Casual and Orange is the New Black on the first episode that is legally ok to go drinking!

The boys from WDYWTW took a week off, and all hell broke loose!  Shows were watched, movies were viewed, trailers were surveyed, and on top of all that, Comic-Con doused us all in so much media that our brains almost exploded!  This is usually the part where I list the big names we talk about, but on a jam-packed, double-stuffed, exceeding capacity episode like this, there is simply no way to pick just a few awesome things from the list!  Suffice to say that we run the gamut this week and cram all the amazingness into our biggest episode yet...  Enjoy!

On the latest episode of What did you Watch this Week, the boys talk about the disappointment of "filler" episodes on Dark Matter, Killjoys, and Preacher, but give their strongest recommendations for the original web series Con Man!  Also this week, Mike feels betrayed by Hell on Wheels (but only for a minute) and John gushes about 2 of his favorite shows, 12 Monkeys and Mr Robot.  All this plus we touch upon Stranger Things, a Kickboxer reboot (what?!) and the new Ghostbusters movie!

On the latest and greatest (debatable) episode of What Did You Watch This Week, comes the moment prophesized many weeks ago:  The guys with the mouths sat down together and watched Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice Ultimate Edition.  Hear what they have to say now that they shared this 3 hour experience, and find out if their minds have been changed now that they watched this film for themselves.  In addition, Mike talks to us about a remake of John's only ever "Hated" movie, and John reports on some films he saw at the Maine International Film Festival.  All this plus Limitless and more on this exciting episode of our show.

On this week's light but right episode of What did you Watch this Week, the guys spend a good deal of time dissecting and musing about that amazing final for this season of Game of Thrones, and ponder what this will mean in the long term next season. In addition, your hosts discover another happy coincidence of mutual love of a show, and in a shocking twist, John pitches a documentary to Mike! All this plus more on the most recent episode of What did you Watch this Week.

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