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AHS Ep. 5 Discussion

     We finally reach the fifth episode of American Horror Story: Roanoke, which according to Ryan Murphy is the final episode before the entire season takes a different turn. 54 more words


Monday Musings

It’s Monday and I’m trying to embrace my erratic part-time work schedule, so today is a catch-up-on-shows-and-make-banana-bread kind of day.  This sounds marvelous, right? Who wouldn’t want to be watching TV during the day on a Monday, and baking delicious things?! 657 more words


Overcome Your Fears // No Tomorrow Episode 2 Review

Continuing the sweet vibe of the first episode, the second had no problem developing our lovable characters and presenting new conflicts and thrills.

Evie, being the risk hater that she is, is about to face a panel of 8 people at work, a panel who has a sole purpose: deciding who should be fired. 392 more words


Fall Television Has Arrived and Illustrates that On-Screen Diversity Is Just Step One

It’s the most wonderful time of the year.  There are several reasons to like fall: the seasonal wardrobe, the leaves changing, and pumpkin everything.  What too frequently gets overlooked in the frequent internet posts about sweater weather and basic bitches who like pumpkin spice, is the true gem of Fall: new television. 816 more words

The Race Card

The Winners and Losers of The New Fall TV Season

Brian Noonan (in for Nick Digilio) and listeners discuss the new shows they are watching this fall and finds out which ones are doing well and which ones are doing poorly.   28 more words

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Brian Noonan Full Show - 10.13.16

Brian Noonan kicks off the show talking about the Hawks season opener before welcoming Rod Pyle to discuss several space stories in the news.

Hour two features TV talk including the… 66 more words

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Westworld Discussion Ep.2

     Oliver and Chris come together to share conspiracy stories on what is quickly becoming their new obsession. Westworld leaves us with more questions than answers and oddly enough we love that about the show. 37 more words