Thursday, May 28, 2015
With less than a month to go until The Genius: Grand Final begins, the historically loaded cast has been announced and now nothing in life is remotely meaningful by comparison. Today we kick off our coverage of the season with yet another $20 must-win auction draft, once again featuring life's perpetual hoobae, Kos. As always you can listen on the player below, find the direct link here, or find us on iTunes here. The complete draft results can also be found here.
SPOILER ALERT: Obviously don't listen to this podcast unless you've seen the first three seasons of The Genius in their entirety.
Posted by cstone at 8:31 PM
Wednesday, May 20, 2015
With only hours remaining until the final cast is revealed for Survivor: Second Chance(s), we're back with Chief Degeneracy Correspondent Kos Kosdrosky to offer our final thoughts on the candidates in the form of a must-win-the-season auction draft. At stake: sixty American dollars and a lifetime of pride since in all likelihood we'll never have the opportunity for a rematch. You can hear the real-time draft commentary on the player below, here, or on iTunes here.
If you just want to see the draft results, you should be ashamed of yourself, but you can find them here.
Posted by cstone at 9:40 AM
Friday, May 15, 2015
The idea of Survivor as a popularity contest apparently wasn't direct enough, so the cast for next season is down to a public vote and we don't want you to mess up by not voting for Peih-Gee. We invited her on for a brief chat about Survivor:China, the upcoming season and the ongoing campaign, and why you should Obey the Law and give her a second chance.
As always you can listen below, here, or on iTunes here.
Wednesday, May 13, 2015
Survivor 30 is technically still a thing, but today we're primarily back to break down each S31 candidate's chances at reliving their dreams of immeasurable stress and starvation that they horrifically botched the first time and will probably do again. Is CBS honestly foolish enough to let America control 100% of the cast? How should potential bubble people be approaching their campaign strategies? Is a negative better than a zero? And has Kass set a new personal (perhaps world) record for obliviousness? Plus, our latest takes on S30 but honestly who cares at this point. Listen on the player below, find the direct link here, or find us on iTunes here.
Season 31 discussion starts at 45:40
Posted by cstone at 3:12 PM
Wednesday, May 6, 2015
In shocking news that shocked us all, tonight's episode culminated in a preview for next season, which, in a wholly unanticipated turn of events, will apparently feature returning players. With these astounding revelations in mind, we found it prudent to create a master list of all of our S31-related content thus far, which you can listen to by clicking the links below.
S31 PREVIEW PODCASTS
Colin + Kos (1 hour 11 minutes in)
Dom + Jay Fischer (1 hour 37 minutes in)
Jim Rice (January 2012)
Stephen Fishbach (July 2012)
Spencer Bledsoe (June 2014)
The Reality of TV with Max Dawson (March 2013)
Breaking Bad S5 Part 1 Discussion with Stephen Fishbach (September 2012)
Breaking Bad Series in Review with Stephen Fishbach (October 2013)
Posted by cstone at 6:51 PM
Tuesday, May 5, 2015
Despite the actual outcome seeming all but certain, everything else appears to be totally open-ended and today we're back for another round of our signature baseless predictions that will sound ludicrous in retrospect. Mike continued to make compelling TV, but did he coordinate his Tribal Council gambit properly? And now that he's down six to one, is he suddenly the safest person in the game? Does anyone -- production included -- know the rules to Dan's advantage in the event of a tie? And what can be made of how things might shake out next week? All that and more when you listen below, here, or on iTunes here.
Posted by cstone at 11:05 AM