What Did You Watch This Week is hosted by Michael Labbe and John Spier and produced by John Spier. You can support this show by visiting our merch store or feel free to get in touch with us by sending us an e-mail.
What Did You Watch This Week has released 162 episodes since launching on Jul 07, 2017
Welcome to the 52nd episode of the top notch, ready for prime time, had all its shots, podcast featuring two highly unqualified critics of screens both large and small! On the unofficial 1 year episode-iversary, the guys take a harder look at the shows they have been covering for the past year, and really take the gloves off on a few of them. It may have been a light week, but that won't stop them from cutting down into Legends and Flash to expose the succulent meaty cores of these slabs of ham-fisted entertainment, as well as carving off some chunks of Lethal Weapon and a report on the latest Chicago show from Dick Wolf. We laugh, we cry, we even learn a few things by the end, so come along and join us on this raucous ride that we call "What did You Watch this Week?"
One a tumultuous and irreverent episode of the podcast you've come to know and love, your hosts with the mosts go out of their way to explain the pros and cons of the varied titles they watched this week. Like every other episode. Since the show began. But now with technical issues! Listen and enjoy as the guys rip apart what should have been some great CW superhero shows, go in depth to the final 2 episodes of Emerald City (and what they think about the show overall) and then dig into some odd and not so odd movies that may or may not have been on your radar, dear viewers. You'll laugh, you'll cry, you'll wonder where the time went as you listen to the final episode before the 1 year anniversary of what Bill down the hall has come to call "That radio show about TV and sh*t"
This week on What Did You Watch This Week (that felt awkward to write) the guys with those voices you listen to dive deep into their viewing history form the previous 7 days and come up with a few nuggets of treasure. Not gonna lie, the discussions get a little hot and angry surrounding the past few episodes of half of the DC TV lineup (with very little love for one of their favorites this week!) but the boys' heads cool down significantly when talking about one of the more heart wrenching episodes of This is Us they have aired yet. Throw in talks of an awesome Superstore, a few great renewal notices, and even some Oscar shop talk, and you'll find one helluva good episode of the academy-snubbed podcast you've come to know and love!
On the most recent thrilling episode of the podcast soon to be a motion picture starring and directed by Ben Affleck, the guys go on a good number of rants and railings over the shows that graced their eyeballs this week. The fun kicks off with some lively Doctor Who banter and discussion, followed by some deeper cuts into Supergirl and This is Us, and then the hard hitting questions come in: What did the guys think of the introduction of Thomas Lennon as Leo Getz on Lethal Weapon? How was "A Very Special Episode of Arrow" perceived by these critical watchers? Does Mike Still hate Emerald City? Did John seriously watch the most recent M Knight Shymalan movie? Are they seriously going on for that long about a collection of old Saturday Night Live skits? The answers to all these questions and more are locked safely inside this week's episode of What Did You Watch this Week!
On the four dozenth episode of the tapeworm-curing podcast, the guys get deep on some shows and stuff! Marvel made some big waves this week, and the guys are loving that a lot more than the DC Universe shows, unfortunately. Mike caught up on Doctor Who finally, so there is some good discussion on that, as well as some deep digs into This is Us and the apparent self-centeredness that can grow out of once unified siblings! Throw in some chatter about the 400th episode of Law & Order: SVU and some great laughs from Santa Clarita Diet, and the time is just going to fly right by!
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