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Welcome back everyone!  This week, the guys are working on a deadline after making an impromptu last-minute decision to go see a late showing of Deadpool 2!  This won't stop them from diving DEEP into a few shows though, like the season finales of Timeless Agents of SHIELD and The Blacklist, as well as the regularly scheduled episode of The Flash and a very confusing episode of Westworld!  Come let their voices titillate your sound receptacles!

“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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Your podcast heroes sit down and realize they don't have much to chat about.  A major wind and rain storm decimated the area leaving a half a million Mainers without power.  We were down four plus days making it hard to watch anything and as we chatted twice we found ourselves talking about episodes that we talked about last week.  However Mike does give you the low down on some flicks, The Baby Sitter, 1922, The Wheelman, Jigsaw, and the fantastic fan made film Never Hike Alone feature everyone's favorite hockey masked murder Jason Voorhees.  So sit back and listen in to some rambling and rehashing of what we watched this week. 

Welcome back, loyal listener, to another fun-fueled episode of the podcast with 100%of your daily allowance of fiber!  This week the guys didn't watch as much as they have been, but still managed to dig deep into the DC Superhero shows, had some more mud to sling at Inhumans, and can't stop singing the praises of Mr. Robot.  Add in some raving about The Good Place and Superstore, as well some hearty discussion of a few other shows, and you've got some great banter to soothe your ears and mind! 

Welcome back, fans and stalkers, to the cleanest dirty show on your podcast list.  The Fall TV season is officially on now that the DC Superhero shows are back, so Mike and John dive right in to the shallow end and rip apart the heroics and drama that come with these fantastic (and groan-worthy) shows.  There are plenty of other reasons to listen this week, including praise for The Good Place and Superstore, and  some jeers for Gotham (as usual.)  There's a lot more in store, but you'll just have to listen to hear it for yourself!
The Fall TV season is in full swing and Mike and John are hard pressed to keep up on all the new and returning shows, but never fear loyal fans... they somehow manage to persevere and bring you all the opinions you never knew you needed! This week the guys dissect the regulars like You're the Worst, Lethal Weapon, and Gotham, and add in a few new ones like Wisdom of the Crowd and Kevin Probably Saves the World. Mike continues his campaign for this season of AHS, and John lets us know how mind-shakingly awful Syfy's new series Ghost Wars is. There is one thing the guys definitely agree on this week however, and that is their thoughts on The Gifted. Is it a success? Is it a flop? Tune in this week to find out straight from the "experts."

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!

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