Not Much To Say, But So Much To Talk About

This week the guys find themselves with few shows to talk about, but they still manage to dive deep on what they did watch.  Mike makes a hard push for a movie he watched, John talks about the new Cloak & Dagger series, and the guys laugh at the Fathom event they checked out featuring everyone's favorite Timelord!

“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 listeners!  This week the guys have their plates full of delicious, mediocre, and some downright nasty shows (we're looking at you, Arrow!)  Come sample the buffet with Flash, X-Files, The Detour, and Superstore.  Don't fill up on the appetizers tho, because Mike lays out a nice spread with Cardinal and John tempts your taste buds with another push for iZombie.  All this, plus more on the most recent episode of our 100% USDA certified fresh podcast!
It's Episode 100 time folks, and what better way to celebrate than to do the same thing we do every week?!  This week the normal shows were very light, but John and Mike did manage to see The Detour and Legends of Tomorrow (with Hedgehog Day!) from their normal list.  John also watched all of Amazon's take on The Tick and weighs in on that plus the Alienist, while Mike checked out the Netflix original 7 Seconds.  All this plus a look ahead at the summer movie season and a few other nuggets make for an action-packed hour (or so) of listening enjoyment.
Welcome back to the last double-digit episode of the podcast that embraces the creation of ass-divots on the couch!  This week most of the regular shows were on hiatus, so John and Mike had to get more creative.  In addition to the return of Legends of Tomorrow (with the stellar John Constantine) the guys dove into the Netflix original "Everything Sucks."  Mike caught up on Broad City season 4, and John weighs in on the first 4 episodes of the Amazon original Counterpart.  Finally, the guys watched a handful of movies, including Black Panther, which they talk about in depth at the end of the episode (in case you don't want to have it spoiled yet.)
Good news everyone!  Mike and John are back in the 98th episode of the best delivery podcast since the last delivery podcast!  This week the shows were a bit lighter thanks to the Olympics and overall hiatuses, but that doesn't stop the guys from having plenty to talk about.  Come listen to them dive deep into Altered Carbon, especially the second half of the first season, and hear what they liked and disliked about the sprawling futuristic whodunnit.  Additionally the guys watched a couple of movies they want to talk about including Happy Death Day and The Cloverfield Paradox.  Sit back, relax, and let their banter transport you to an alternate dimension of peace and tranquility.
Welcome back everyone, to the 97th installment of your favorite couch-potato-based podcast!  This week Mike and John begrudgingly trod through the mediocrity that the CW hero shows have become, dig in to some of the awesomeness that is Altered Carbon, and saddle up for some good old fun with Superstore and the season finale of The Good Place!  This week had some great (and not so great) trailer drops to discuss, and finally the guys cap it all off with the after-the-Superbowl episode of This is Us. Did it live up to the hype?  Was it satisfying, or just another TV exec cock tease?  Tune in to the show and find out for yourselves! 

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