Saturday, November 29, 2008

Episode Ten: Untitled

Can you believe we made it all the way to ten episodes? I know, cool, right? We've got a full episode for you, with tv week, our long-awaited Buffy season 6 discussion, and a special treat at the beginning of the episode. We hope you enjoy it! As always, please send feedback. We want to make our listeners a bigger part of our show.

TV Week: (15:30 - 31:50) Chuck, Heroes, T:SCC

Music used in this episode:
"The Raiders March" by John Williams
"Hulk Theme" by Craig Armstrong
"I'm Sorry" by Flyleaf
"Hop on a Plane" by Tegan and Sara
"You Know My Name" by Chris Cornell
"Stop This Song (Lovesick Melody)" by Paramore

Wednesday, November 26, 2008

Episode Nine: Miss Ky is Ill Today . . . (still)

Due to the fact that Episode 8 was Twilight-centric, we decided to bring you Episode 9 catching up on all of the television we haven't talked about for the past 2 weeks. Becky joins us again to talk True Blood with Ky, and then the girls rave about Gossip Girl, Chuck, Heroes, T:SCC, and Faith's current obsession with Smallville.

PS: It wasn't Tuesday or Wednesday. It was Thursday.

Music used in this episode:
"Back in Your Head" by Tegan and Sara
"Rewind" by Paramore

Saturday, November 22, 2008

Episode Eight: "Well her name is Bella"

Twilight is here! And we're bringing you our reactions as close to live as we can. The majority of this episode was recorded in the car to and from the midnight release. We're joined by Ky's two roommates (they might as well be Faith's too), Tiffany and Becky. The first segment is on the ride there while we discuss what we want to see in this film and how we hope certain aspects are portrayed. Following the music is our reaction. We would apologize for all of the squeeing, but we're major fangirls, so it comes with the territory.

Music used in this episode:
"Decode" by Paramore
"Going All the Way (Into the Twilight)" by Perry Farrell
"Tremble for My Beloved" by Collective Soul
"Super Massive Black Hole" by Muse

We've also got two videos taken in the parking lot after the movie. Hope you enjoy!

and then...

Friday, November 7, 2008

Episode Seven: Decoding Illness

Sickness has struck. Again. Actually, based on what we've seen on Twitter, we're not the only one's who keep waking up with sudden headaches and sore throats. Personally, I blame the good old North Carolina weather. We were wearing sweaters in early October, and now we're back in t-shirts and the occasional light-weight jacket. Due to the election there wasn't much tv this week. But that didn't stop us. We're dedicating this week's episode to one of our favorite authors (Faith's been in mourning all week), Michael Crichton, died suddenly on Tuesday, November 4. This week we discuss the two of our regular shows that did air (Gossip Girl and T:SCC) as well as True Blood and the return of Bones (yay!). We also bring you our thoughts on Buffy Season 5, and encourage everyone to check out Felicia Day's webshow "The Guild", which is to begin its second season on November 25.

TV week: (6:45-20:15) Gossip Girl, T:SCC, Bones, True Blood

Music used in this episode:
"Why Don't You Come Over" by Garbage
"Strong" by Velvet Chain
"The Feel Good Drag" by Anberlin
"Decode" by Paramore

Monday, November 3, 2008

Episode Six: The Week of Doom

Since our last recording, life has gotten . . . interesting for Faith and Ky. Because of this, it has been difficult to not only record, but watch the shows we like to talk about. Yet here we are, bringing you episode six, full of fascinating tidbits that most likely mean absolutely nothing. This week we've put Buffy on hold, and instead discuss our thoughts on the new Twilight soundtrack as well as listener email.

TV week: (4:18-28:15) Gossip Girl, Chuck, Heroes, Smallville, True Blood, Legend of the Seeker

Music used in this episode:
"Supermassive Black Hole" by Muse
"Metal Heart" by Garbage
"Too Cruel" by Amy Heart
"Blame Me! Blame Me!" by Anberlin

Saturday, November 1, 2008

"When the one in white betrays him with her blood"

Today is an auspicious day for sci-fi/fantasy readers. One of the greatest fantasy series, which came to a shocking conclusion last year, is hitting the world as a television mini-series. The Sword of Truth is an amazing epic filled with battle, magic, and, of course, an amazing love story.

Check out Legend of the Seeker, which premiers tonight. Go here to see the trailers and find out when it airs in your area.


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