What Did You Watch This Week

“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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Welcome back everyone to a first for the WDYWTW crew:  We recorded this episode in the same room!  There wasn't a lot to talk about this week, but we still filled the time talking about the shows and such we did watch, starting with the epicly... something... season finale of Gotham.  There was a lot to dig into, so we tried to cover it all (and felt dirty the whole time.  We also rejoiced in some essentially classic Doctor Who, and chatted about a few lesser quality shows.  Mike watched some movies, John watched some movies, and then we both watched A movie that we really wanted to dedicate some serious time to... Wonder Woman!  We saw it, now what did we think about it?  you'll just have to listen and hear for yourselves!



Published Jun 15, 2017 (55 MB)

Welcome back to everyone in audio land!  This week was a lighter week for the boys who make some noise, but rest assured that that doesn't stop them from delivering some opinions on stuff!   Mike starts things off with an in-depth look at the most recent season of Supernatural, and John talks briefly about his thoughts on the Prison Break mini-event that just ended.  The guys dig into the season (and likely series) finale of Class, as well as what turned out to be a slightly disappointing end to the Monk series of events on Doctor Who.  Throw in some trailer talk, some news items of interest and import, bake for about an hour and a half, and you've got yourself the latest episode of What did You Watch this Week!
 



Published Jun 06, 2017 (67 MB)

Welcome back loyal listeners, to the 62nd fun-filled episode of the critically critical podcast that we insist on putting out for you week after week!  The prime show season is grinding to a close, and Mike and John have some things to say about the places where some of their trusted shows are leaving them before going on hiatus (and hopefully firing several of their writers.)  Particular attention is given to a very outdated and lame tactic used by writers to try to instill fear and doubt, but which now just feels insulting.  In addition, the guys talk about the bloodbath that is John Wick 2, some new trailers for upcoming shows they might be interested in, and of course, a good healthy discussion of the ongoing saga of what is turning out to be one of the most engaging and fun seasons in recent Doctor Who history!  Stay a while, and listen, won't you?



Published Jun 01, 2017 (63 MB)

Welcome back, loyal miscreants and troublemakers, to another fun-filled romp through a week's worth of TV, movie, and other assorted entertainment revelries. On this week's not-ready-for-primetime episode, Mike and John dig into a very revealing and thought provoking episode of Doctor Who, they wax intellectual about Cat's return on Supergirl, and how the show really is better for having her, and they fish around in the muck of one of the "not the worst" episodes of Arrow this season (where the final minute or so was the best part of the show for a while now).  Mike brings us up to speed on Fargo, and what's happening in the perpetually white north, and John praises one of the coolest death scenes he's seen in recent memory on American Gods.  All this plus Flash talk, a bunch of news and trailers, and yes, a spoiler free(ish) discussion of Guardians of the Galaxy Volume 2.



Published May 22, 2017 (99 MB)

Welcome back loyal viewers, and welcome to all the new ones out there!  On this week's thrill packed episode of the #1 rated podcast among extroverted snails, Mike and John talk some serious talks about the shows they checked out this week... as is the standard fare for these armchair critics.  The main TV season is winding down, and so the boys are checking in with the ramp up to finales of their current shows, especially the current DC roster.  How does time travel work on Flash?  How does Teri Hatcher's plan mimic another amazing TV show from years ago?  How can Arrow possibly wrap up the flashbacks and yet not wrap them up at all?  Who is Bill Finger, and why is he on this list of DC related questions?  The answers to all these inquiries, plus banter about cancelled and renewed shows, Dr Who and Class talk, and a few movie reviews are all here for your viewing pleasure on the most recent episode of What Did You Watch This Week! 



Published May 16, 2017 (79 MB)