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Fauxworthy Podcast Episode 17: The Bumpy Return of “The X-Files”

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This time on The Fauxworthy Podcast, Bryan and Taylor discuss the revival of FOX’s “The X-Files.” Taylor has never watched it before. Bryan’s got some experience. They discuss their feelings on the show’s return, “Monster-of-the-week” episodes versus mythology episodes, and TV’s growing revival trend.

NOTE: David Milch created “Deadwood,” and David Lynch created “Twin Peaks.” Too Many Davids.

Here’s the timeline:

Importance of “The X-Files” 00:30-03:10

Thoughts on the Revival 03:10-07:20

Monster-of-the-week v. Mythology 07:20-15:00

TV’s Revival Trend 15:00-23:00

Plugs 23:00-24:04

Enjoy the show! And don’t forget to subscribe, rate and review on iTunes!

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Fauxworthy Podcast Episode 16: ‘Angie Tribeca’ and the Strong Return of Dumb Humor

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A couple quick notes about this episode:

  1. We were woefully misled by the tricky, tricky Internet and should note that anything we say regarding season two of “Angie Tribeca” starting today (Jan. 25) is patently false and flat-out wrong. Turns out, “my understanding” was correct in the first place! Regardless, we felt this was worth uploading because in the grand scheme of the conversation, the number of episodes there are and when they air is kind of irrelevant. Just know that the next 10 Monday nights on TBS will be used to RE-AIR SEASON ONE. We will not have 20 episodes of this show this spring. We will only have 10.
  2. Also, a less important, time-related note. Bryan says we are recording our second podcast of the week during the episode. The reason he says that is because we recorded the conversation about “Angie Tribeca” last week! Good day, and good night to you all. (Gee whiz.)

In this episode, Bryan and Taylor discuss the new TBS comedy “Angie Tribeca” and its triumphant championing of dumb humor and dad jokes.

Here’s the timeline:

Intro/CORRECTION 00:00-01:10

What ‘Angie Tribeca’ Is About 01:14-05:16

Examples of Jokes and Humor to Expect 05:16-10:15

How Should Networks Air TV in 2016? 10:15-15:52

Enjoy, and remember to rate and review the podcast on iTunes!

Fauxworthy Podcast Episode 15: Where Does Showtime’s ‘Billions’ Fit in the Crowded TV Landscape?

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This time on…The Fauxworthy Podcast! Bryan and Taylor discuss the debut of the new Showtime drama “Billions” and whether it is worth watching, how they think the story will develop and where the show finds itself in the world of Too Much TV.

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Here’s the timeline:

Housekeeping 00:15-01:20

“Billions” and Pilot Difficulties 01:20-10:45

What Direction is “Billions” Headed in? 10:45-12:50

How Does it Fit in on TV in 2016? 12:50-16:10

NEXT TIME ON THE FAUXWORTHY PODCAST (coming Monday) 16:10-17:05

Enjoy!

Fauxworthy Podcast Episode 14: What We Learned from “Making a Murderer”

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The first episode of 2016 is here! Today, Bryan and Taylor talk about some of their favorite pop culture items from over the break, discuss their favorite and least favorite parts of the 2016 Oscar nominations, and get in-depth on takeaways from Netflix’s documentary series “Making a Murderer.”

They also detail the plans for the podcast in 2016. Enjoy!

Timeline:

Top Three Pop Culture Items from the Break 00:30-05:55

Best and Worst of the 2016 Oscar Nominations 05:55-11:05

“Mozart in the Jungle” PSA 11:05-12:20

“Making a Murderer” Talk [SPOILERS] 12:20-32:05

2016 Podcast Plans 32:05-33:17

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Fauxworthy Podcast Episode 13: Top 10 Shows of 2015

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Quick! You’ll want to listen to this episode of The Fauxworthy Podcast before the year is over! Bryan and Taylor reveal their top 10 TV shows of 2015 in this special episode.

Timeline:

Top 10 Countdown 00:00-22:37

Honorable Mentions 22:37-31:30

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