Once in a rare while I'm invited to be a guest on a podcast based off
my sole qualification of watching a considerable amount of television.
Last Sunday, I was invited to join TV bloggers Jason Griffin and Melissa Lowery on the TV Times Three podcast to chat about Alphas, The Killing, Drop Dead Diva, Once Upon a Time, Once Upon a Time, Bunheads, Last Resort, 30 Rock, Parks and Recreation, Scandal, and Downton Abbey.
We try to answer the important questions, questions like:
Why do so many have TV superheroes have such super-lame superpowers?
Are AMC network executives trying to tank their own network, Producer's style?
Wait, there was really a show called Drop Dead Diva? And people are sad that it's gone?
Will Once Upon A Time turn to increasingly odd fairy-tale characters, like the Keebler elves, the zany gargoyles from Hercules, or Disney princess Zooey Deschanel?
Is Channing Tatum a fine actor?
What's 30 Rock's secret for staying so funny after all those years? Is it some kind of cream?
Is there a dangerous acting-ability gap on Last Resort?
Is cheating on your spouse romantic as long as you're the President of the United States and your wife is sort of frigid?
Check it all out here.