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)

All-New, All-Different–Issue #4–Comic Book TV is Back, Baby!

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Comic Book TV is back in force, True Believers, and Nick (@nickyahogan) and John (@johned970) work their way through the 6 shows that aired last week. First they look at a little casting news and the Million Mom boycott on Lucifer,  which is really just an excuse to allow John to talk about the pilot of the new FOX show.  Then they do deep-ish dives into The Flash, Agent Carter, Arrow, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, and Supergirl, where they will make foolish predictions about just who is in that grave.  The Things They Found Interesting include looking at what happens when your show loses its title character and at some old school TV.

Intro

The News (1:28)

The Flash (15:25)

Agent Carter (31:17)

Arrow (41:12)

Legends of Tomorrow (54:01)

Supergirl (1:01:22)

Things We Found Interesting (1:11:25)

 

All-New, All-Different–Issue #2–Top Comedies of 2015

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Volume 2 of the Changing Panels Podcast continues apace, True Believers, as Nick (@nickyahogan) and John (@johned970) take a time out to talk about their favorite comedies from 2015.  They’re each talking about their top 10, and there is only one show that is on both lists.  So truly, a little something for everyone.  Over the course of the podcast they will talk about Black-ish, Big Bang Theory, Bob’s Burgers, Brooklyn 99, Catastrophe, Community, Galavant, Getting On, New Girl, Parks and Recreation, Review, Silicon Valley, Sirens, South Park, The Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt, Undateable, Whose Line Is It Anyway, Veep, and You’re the Worst.

All-New, All-Different–Issue #1–Look Back at Fall

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Volume 2 of the Changing Panels Podcast begins anew, True Believers, as Nick (@nickyahogan) and John (@johned970) their way through the 10 comic book TV shows from this fall.  Ten shows means that this is a long one, as they discuss what they thought of the fall episodes of Supergirl, Gotham, The Flash, Agents of SHIELD, iZombie, Arrow, Heroes Reborn, Fear the Walking Dead, The Walking Dead and Jessica Jones.  And at no extra charge, they’ll touch on Daredevil.  They wrap it up, as always, with the Things They Found Interesting this week, which was just to briefly look at some of their favorite shows this fall.

Intro

Supergirl (6:29)

Gotham (15:03)

The Flash (21:07)

Agents of SHIELD (29:32)

iZombie (36:32)

Arrow (41:32)

Heroes Reborn (50:17)

Fear the Walking Dead (58:23)

The Walking Dead (1:05:03)

Jessica Jones–and Daredevil, too (1:16:08)

Things We Found Interesting (1:35:48)

Issue #33–We’re Back and Pleasantly Surprised

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Volume 2 of the Changing Panels Podcast begins here, True Believers and Nick (@nickyahogan) and John (@johned970) are discussing their way through the start of the new fall television season.  They’ll start discussing a tad of Waking Dead casting, befoer moving into the the latest episode of Fear the Walking Dead, and the starts of Gotham and Heroes Reborn.  They wrap it up, as always, with the Things They Found Interesting this week, which was just to look at some other new fall premieres.

Intro

News (4:25)

Fear the Walking Dead (8:31)

Gotham (16:56)

Heroes Reborn (29:52)

That Thing They Found Interesting (48:24)

Issue #31–Syfy Fridays, HBO Sundays and Robot vs. Humans

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Summer is here, True Believers and Nick (@nickyahogan) and John (@johned970) are discussing their way through the summer television programming.  They’ll start discussing the new-Firefly centric Syfy line-up on Friday nights, then look at how HBO follows up their strongest Sunday night line-up in years, and then look at two brand new shows. They wrap it up, as always, with the Things They Found Interesting this week, which was just excuse to look at their new guilty pleasure.

Intro

Syfy Fridays (2:03)

HBO Sundays (12:36)

Robot vs. Humans (34:16)

That Thing They Found Interesting (51:05)

Issue #25–Gotham Returns While Hell’s Kitchen Burns

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Yes, this is late.  Super late.  No excuses, True Believers.  Nick (@nickyahogan) and John (@johned970) kick off with some news including some interesting castin that may effect a second season of Agent Carter and the return of NBC’s cancelled series RevolutionGotham, The Flash, iZombie, Agents of SHIELD, Arrow and Daredevil more than fill the review section. This week’s Things That They Found Interesting says a justifiable cheers to a parting and a long gone series..  They end with a eulogy (?) for Martha in the Americans Minute.

Episode Breakdown:

Intro

News (0:55) Dominic Cooper and Elizabeth Perkins join AMC’s Preacher.  NBC’s revolution bucks everything that the series stood for by continuing on in a digital comic book.

Gotham (4:29) “Beasts of Prey”

The Flash (18:36)  “All Star Team-Up”

iZombie (27:25) “Flight of the Living Dead”

Marvel’s Agents Of SHIELD (32:46) “Melinda”

Arrow (49:46) “Nanda Parbat”

Daredevil (1:03:05) Spoilertalk on the first eight episodes with some thoughts on the ending.

That Thing That We Found Interesting (1:32:48) Cheers to Justified.

The American Minute (1:40:30)  The horrifying power of wig removal.