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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.)

“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, and what a week it's been!  Several shows have returned like Superstore, This is Us, and Lethal Weapon, and several more new ones have debuted, like Young Sheldon and Inhumans.  Mike lets us know about the drastic shift in the 4th episode of American Horror Story, and John weighs in on Me, Myself and I.  All this plus some movies, a few trailers, and a bunch of other shows not even listed here.  Come pop a squat and listen to us chat!

On this week's mathematically unique episode, Mike and John take some time to review some shows and stuff… the same thing they do every other episode, but with 3% more flair!  Listen to the guys give their thoughts on the return of Gotham and The Good Place, as well as talk their continued love of The Orville and The Guest Book.  In addition, the boys talk about a few Netflix shows and movies, and finish out the episode going into depth about IT.  Come float with us!
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!

Hello everyone, and welcome to the 76th episode of the show that covers everything we checked out in the prior week-ish.  This week, the guys take a break from reviewing, and instead go into preview mode as they look ahead to the fall television season.  Mike and John talk upcoming new shows, returning favorites (and some they have no idea why they are returning) and even dip into some of the upcoming movies they're excited about.  Plunk yourself down and have a listen!
Welcome back to all our loyal and new listeners!  This week on the podcast that strips away all the BS and gets right to the heart of things, the guys discuss some of the recent shenanigans from Hooten and the Lady (along with tragic news there) and dig into the penultimate episode of Blood Drive!  Mike tells us about some movies he liked (and didn't like) that his eyes ingested this week, and John regales us with tales of Emily ruining Adam.  All this plus some hot news and trailer reviews on the most recent episode of What Did You Watch This Week.

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