Ep 77: You Go At Red, But Stop At Green. What Am I?

Welcome back, loyal viewers, to the 77th episode of the most funnest podcast this side of the human resources desk! This week, the boys who love noise get down and talk about the final episodes ever of Hooten and the Lady and Blood Drive, and give their thoughts on whether the series went out as strongly as they came in. Mike talks to us about his thoughts on American horror Story Cult and John gives initial impressions of the first few episodes of The Deuce. There is also talk of You're the Worst, The Guest Book, and the guys weigh in on Seth MacFarlane's latest opus, The Orville. Did it live up to the hype? Were the critics right to crap on it so hard? Is it Family Guy in space? Tune in and find out for yourself!

Released Sep 20, 2017

“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

Feel free to get in touch with us via Twitter, @whatdidyouwatch, by sending us an e-mail, or by visiting us on Facebook.

On this week's fun-filled episode of What Did You Watch This Week, the guys with the opinions make some small talk much bigger as they wax intellectual about shows like Blood Drive, Hooten and the Lady and Midnight Texas, as well as expressing their frustration over the recent episodes of Preacher. Mike weighs in on John's recommendation of The Guest Book, and John lets you know if The Dark Tower is worth seeing.

Welcome back loyal fans, to the 71st episode of the greatest podcast that encourages you to forego the beautiful weather, and sit your ass down for another episode.  This week mike and John go into depth about episodes 3&4 of Game of Thrones, including the intrigue, intensity, and immolation that we all have come to love!  The guys also chat about Dark Matter jumping several more sharks, Hooten and the Lady triumphing because of the power of love, and check in with Adam who gave us some harsh truths about everything wrong with dating!

Welcome back to episode 70 of the best little podcast for encouraging you to unleash your inner couch potato! On this week's episode, the guys go back in time a little to discuss Game of Thrones' first 2 episodes of this season, they chat more about Hooten and the Lady, Mike lets us know his thoughts on Dirk Gentley's Holistic Detective Agency, and John gives us the 411 on Ozark. Throw in some trailers, a joint viewing of Baby Driver, and a smattering of news items, bake for a couple hours at 87 degrees (it's pretty hot out) and you've got yourself a podcast, people!

After a brief hiatus, the guys are back to talk about all the entertainment their eyeballs and ears could suck up recently, and man there was a lot! From the newest episodes of Preacher and Dark Matter, to brand new show Hooten and the Lady, to a joint viewing of Spider-Man Homecoming, and even a rash of trailers from SDCC, Mike and John had their hands full this week. And even then, amidst all this talk of entertainment, they somehow forgot to talk about Game of Thrones this week... But the rest of the episode more than makes up for this oversight!

Greetings loyal watchers, and welcome to episode 68 of the podcast 4 out of 5 lemur doctors recommend for their friends who have upset stomachs!  It's been a thin week for shows and movies, but that didn't stop our boys from talking about the few things they did watch!  Mike brings us up to speed on the final episodes of this season of Orange is the New Black, and John talks about a (slightly) redeeming episode of Dark Matter.  The guys wax intellectual about death and dismemberment (and using intestines to siphon gasoline) one the first three episodes of Preacher from this season, and then speak frankly about a less than exciting movie they checked out together.  Note that John watched Spider-Man Homecoming this week, but due to its newness, the review is kept very spoiler free.  So come along and join us once again for some candid chatter and fun reviews!

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