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. Get in touch with us by sending us an e-mail.

What Did You Watch This Week has released 380 episodes since launching on Mar 03, 2016

This week the guys are still working on a bit of a show drought (in some cases just not getting around to checking out new stuff) but they did watch a number of movies.  The big discussion though, saved for the end of the show, is an in-depth talk about Clerks 3 and what this closing chapter meant to them in all the different ways!

This week the guys realize there isn't a lot to chat about because there isn't a lot on right now (and a few shows won't be back until January!  Nevertheless, they manage to push forward and record one helluva podcast, as always!

This week there isn't a lot to talk about aside from the dumpster fire that is Twitter, the magnificence that is Andor (on so so so many levels) and the toxic abusive relationship that is The Rookie.

On this week's double-stuffed double episode, the guys talk about whether The Patient had a satisfying conclusion, why Ghosts is so good, how Andor does politics so well, as well as some strong feelings on Barbarian and Weird - The Al Yankovic story. 

 This week, the guys talk about a generic Quantum Leap (except that final scene!) and how politics are done so well in Andor.  John also goes on a tear about why he may be done with The Rookie after this most recent 2-parter, and it's all capped off with a discussion about what worked and what didn't in Jodie Whittaker's final episode as The Doctor. 

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