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:


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.

Issue #15–Gotham and Agent Carter Are Aces

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The podcast is late again, True Believers.  Nick (@nickyahogan) and John (@johned970) start off looking at the news:  two of comic books oldest characters get new faces, and we get to see the first Fantastic Four teaser.  They then discuss Gotham,  The Flash, Agent Carter, Arrow and Constantine.  The Things That They Found Interesting include some of the great things NBC has broadcast to us in the last 20 years.  They end with their first The Americans Minute where they go on and on and on about how great the show is.

Episode Breakdown:


News (0:55)  Mechad Brooks applies for a press pass and Rachel Taylor gets some claws.

The Fantastic Four Trailer (6:08)

Gotham (13:49) “Welcome Back, Jim Gordon”

The Flash (20:521) “The Sound and The Fury”

Agent Carter (30:57) “The Blitzkrieg Button”

Arrow (42:44) “Midnight City”

Constantine (56:43) “The Whole World Out There”

That Thing That We Found Interesting (1:05:54) Friends and Parenthood

The American Minute (1:15:14)  Okay, more like The Americans 12 Minutes

Issue #14–DC Shows Are Admirably Fine

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The podcast is back, True Believers, and quickly, too.  Nick (@nickyahogan) and John (@johned970) start off looking at the news:  Supergirl gets a face as does The Purple Man; Fox wants their XTV; Tyrese wants a job; Stannis moves on Gotham.  They then discuss Gotham,  the mid-season premieres of Flash and Arrow, and then the latest Constantine.  The Things That They Found Interesting include more USA comedies and all things Gillian Anderson.

Episode Breakdown:


News (0:54)  Melissa Benoist, David Tennant and Colm Feore get cast; Tyrese only wants to be.  FOX plans on staying in the X-Men business

Gotham (19:37) “What the Little Bird Told Him”

The Flash (32:41) “The Revenge of the Rogues”

Arrow (41:06) “Left Behind”

Constantine (50:14) “Quid Pro Quo”

That Thing That We Found Interesting (59:54) Sirens and The X-Files and The Fall

Issue #13–Agent Carter and Constantine Enchant Again

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Yes, True Believers,we’ve drunk the Constantine Kool-Aid again.  But before they get to that, Nick (@nickyahogan) and John (@johned970) discuss more of the news and renewals coming out of the the Television Critics Association winter tour.  This includes Gotham‘s renewal and interviews with Stephen Amell and Tom Cavanagh.  In casting news, Chuck finds a new job, young Dexter becomes the young Trickster and Mama Smoak is booking a return trip to Starling City.  They then discuss Agent Carter and the mid-season premiere of Constantine.  The Things That They Found Interesting include pasty, Alabama soul musicians and dating turmoils in 20th and 21st centuries.  And while that should be enough for any show they talk about FX’s The Americans for 6 minutes and ABC’s Galavant for 10.  Because you should.

Episode Breakdown:


News (0:49)  Batman Jim Gordon will continue to prowl for at least another year.  Zach Levi leaves Nerd HQ for more super pastures; some kid we don’t know plays a trick; Charlotte Ross returns.  John calls BS on both Ollie not using the Lazarus Pit and Dr. Wells being the only Reverse Flash.

Marvel’s Agent Carter (11:32) “Time and Tide”

Constantine (21:38) “Saint of Last Resorts (Part 2)”

That Thing That We Found Interesting (30:53)  St. Paul and the Broken Heads are more than just Men Seeking Women

Bonus:  The Americans Minute (38:40) Blow out on how great both seasons of the show are.  Both are available on Amazon Prime and the third season starts next week.

Double Bonus:  Galavant (44:13) Because they’re both musical theatre junkies, Nick and John just had to gush on the how for a bit.

Issue #11–Best TV Dramas of 2014

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‘We’re wrapping up the year, True Believers, but we still wanted to share with you some of the best TV dramas of 2014.  In the 11th issue of the Changing Panels podcast, Nick (@nickyahogan) and John (@johned970) are bringing you their top 5 dramas, which may include one or two comic book shows.

The dramas discussed include The 100, Agents of SHIELD, The Americans, The Blacklist, The Bridge, Fargo, Game of Thrones, The Good Wife, Hannibal, Jane the Virgin, The Knick, Orange is the New Black, Penny Dreadful, Rectify, Shameless, True Detective, The Walking Dead.

Issue #10–Best TV Comedies of 2014

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‘Twas the night before Christmas, True Believers, but we’re still stirring and posting the 10th issue of the Changing Panels podcast.  We are doing something a little different for the holidays, as Nick (@nickyahogan) and John (@johned970) are bringing you their top 5 comedies for 2014.  As an added bonus, they are going to tell you about their favorite reality shows.

The comedies discussed include Archer, Benched, Bob’s Burgers, Brooklyn 99, The Comeback, Community, Last Man Standing, Last Week Tonight with John Oliver, Louie, The Mindy Project, New Girl, Parks and Recreation, Psych, Review, Silicon Valley, Veep and Who’s Line is it Anyway.

Some of our favorite reality shows include Celebrity Apprentice, Cutthroat Kitchen, Dancing with the Stars, Duck Dynasty, Face Off, Jim Henson’s Creature Shop, Master Chef, Master Chef Junior.

Issue #6

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It’s time, True Believers, for our sixth podcast.  In the news this week, Nick (@nickyahogan) and John (@johned970) ponder the meaning of a thirteen episode order at NBC and wonder at the powers of Michelle Maclaren.  They then discuss last week’s episodes of Gotham, The Flash, Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD, Arrow, Constantine and The Walking Dead.  They each end by picking a Thing That They Found Interesting, which touch on public defenders and a possible miscarriage of justice.

Episode Breakdown:


News (0:57)  FX is going to  Hell, John Constantine finds a demon he may not be able to fight, Jerry Bruckheimer picks a pilot, Apocalypse gets a face and Princess Diana finds a director.

Gotham (11:27) “Harvey Dent”

The Flash (21:53) “The Flash is Born”

Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD (36:08) “The Things We Bury”

Arrow (43:01) “Draw Back Your Bow”

Constantine (51:32) “Danse Vaudou”

The Walking Dead (59:25) “Crossed”

That Thing That We Found Interesting (1:17:58)  The Serial Podcast and USA’s Benched