All-New, All-Different–Issue #7–Episodic Serially

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Welcome back, True Believers.  Nick (@nickyahogan) and John (@johned970) are here to talk about form on television, which is a fancy way of saying which is better a self-contained episode or ongoing storytelling.  But first, they’ll start as always with a look at the news, which this week is really just the announcement of a new AMC series for Kevin Smith.  In the Plot Points Corner, they touch back to the death of Astra on Supergirl, then forage on to Earth 2 on The Flash, Felicity’s papa on Arrow and the bloodbath that is The Walking Dead.  Then, it’s forward to the Topic of the Week:  how does format affect television watching.  They end as always with The Things They Found Interesting, which include Better Call Saul and Downton Abbey.

Intro & The News

Plot Points Corner (5:21)

Serialized vs. Episodic Storytelling (40:25)

Things We Found Interesting (1:17:10)

All-New, All-Different–Issue #6–The Liar’s Club

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We’re a tad late, True Believers.  Nick (@nickyahogan) and John (@johned970) ran into a touch of “technical difficulties”, so our podcast is a bit shorter this week.  First, they’ll start as always with a look at the news,which had a touch of Riverdale casting.  The Plot Points Corner is what took the hit, and is–alas–forever lost to us, but they’ll catch up next week.  The topic for the week was lying:  who does, why do they do it and what does it mean.  The Things They Found Interesting include Daily Show Runaways and the past lives of our podcast hosts.

Intro & The News

Lying (4:55)

Things We Found Interesting (37:10)

All-New, All-Different–Issue #5–The Other and Dual Roles

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We’re shaking it up, True Believers.  Nick (@nickyahogan) and John (@johned970) are trying on a new format.  First, they’ll start as always with a look at the news; today they re-examine DC not wanting to quit the Titans television show and Grant Gustin appearing on Supergirl.  Then they introduce the new Plot Points Corner, where they will look at some of the noteworthy happenings in the comic book TV shows of the past week; this time they look at the death (?) of Hawkman, watch the iZombie women get their groove back and wonder what the hell dark matter is.  Next, they introduce a topic of the week, and apply all the comic book TV shows past and present to it; this week’s topic is The Other, the opportunity for an actor to play a dual role and literally meet themselves in a scene.  The end as always with The Things They Found Interesting, which include The Muppets and Grease Live!

Intro & The News

Plot Points (9:04)

The Other (25:08)

Things We Found Interesting (51:33)