The TV Talk Podcast with GMMR & Ducky: Episode #29 (Part 2) - Give Me My Remote : Give Me My Remote

The TV Talk Podcast with GMMR & Ducky: Episode #29 (Part 2)

October 14, 2008 by  

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The TV Talk Podcast with GMMR and Ducky continues with Part 2 of Episode #29! If you missed Part 1 check it out here.

We pick up where we left off, with Wednesday night where we plow through Friday Night Lights, Pushing Daisies, and Dirty Sexy Money. On to Thursday where we cover Ugly Betty, the premiere of Kath & Kim, The Office, and the boys over at Supernatural. Sunday night has us loving The Amazing Race and bitching about the teams we hate the most.

After recapping the 2nd half of the week we play another TV related game. This week it’s “Character Crossovers” so play along at home. Leave us comments on both and

Plus, stay tuned for one of the funniest asides we’ve had in the history of our podcast. You know you love us, xoxo

Listen now: TV Talk with GMMR & Ducky #29 (Part 2)!

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12 Responses to “The TV Talk Podcast with GMMR & Ducky: Episode #29 (Part 2)”

  1. 2mchtv.noschthng on October 14th, 2008 4:35 pm

    I am listening to you talk 🙂 I love the podcasts and following both you and ducky on twitter.

  2. Holli on October 14th, 2008 6:59 pm

    I am listening to you talk! I want the Pie Maker on LOST so I can get some answers if only for 60 seconds at a time. I’m still hoping Miles will serve this role.

  3. Sof on October 14th, 2008 10:22 pm

    I’m listening! I love the whole Bones-Pushing Daisies idea!!! I would love to see Brennan’s reaction to the whole alive again ordeal.

  4. Elizabeth on October 14th, 2008 10:50 pm

    I am hearing you talk right now! You guys are by far my favorite TV podcast, and keep me updated on all shows, watched by me or not. Keep it up : )

  5. Vanessa on October 14th, 2008 10:55 pm

    I hear you talking! I loooooooooooove the extra long podcast!!

  6. Allison on October 15th, 2008 1:03 am

    I am listening to you talk! (And loving the long podcasts, by the way). Kelly on Gossip Girl cracked me up! It took some serious effort to restrain myself on the bus!

  7. Toast with JAM on October 15th, 2008 2:03 am

    Just finished listening. I only hate it when you talk about shows I don’t watch. So, if you want, I can send you a list of shows to just talk about for me. OK, thanks.

    Can’t wait to hear some talk about Eli Stone. It’s on my DVR calling out to me here at work.

    Dirty Sexy Money–don’t like it much this season. I was bored and haven’t finished the season opener. If every character is a cartoon then it’s hard to watch. Having the lead couple, Nick and Lisa, being normal kept it interesting. So is she going to end up with that ugly kid Jeremy? Ick. Blair Underwood is a silly character. I’m just not intrigued since there is absolutely no basis in reality. Nick leaving the murder scene because “this is not a legal matter” or whatever he said? What about accessory after the fact for not reporting it himself? Once he knows he is obligated to report it. Oy. Too much said.

    Love Chuck. Who didn’t know that those glasses were going to have some spy gadget on them? The Strahan scenes were over the top ridiculous, though. Like he wouldn’t be brought up on charges for the way him and his thugs were acting. It would’ve been better if his threats were more subtle or if some back story showed how Buy More or Morgan asked THEM to come in and show a fun atmosphere to entice the customers or some such ploy that backfired.

    Actually what you were saying about Friday Night Lights really made me want to watch it. And you didn’t even say ANYTHING. Maybe I’ll get it on DVD and catch up.

    I’m still watching Pushing Daisies when I get the time. Don’t come and kill me.

    HIMYM just isn’t written as well as Friends. It’s impossible to watch without that comparison and it just doesn’t stack up. And look how many Emmy’s they won. Joey, Ross and Chandler went Emmy-less for 10 years and they were way more deserving than NPH is now. That being said, I am tired of seeing Jeremy Piven up on that stage, but I don’t know why. Ari is awesome and Jeremy gives good speeches. I think everyone just likes to see something different.

    NCIS is a must-see! Please, guys, put it in your rotation for a while. NOW. Any back-story questions I’m your gal. Well, not really since it’s a spin-off of JAG which I didn’t watch and I haven’t seen the first couple of seasons, but STILL….I’m working on that (and you obviously don’t need that much back story to love it).

    You talk long….I comment long. Ying and Yang.

  8. Toast with JAM on October 15th, 2008 2:09 am

    OK, who doesn’t want to see Ari Gold walking into the Buy More for any reason and just verbally abusing Morgan and his posse. Chuck would step in as the mediator and flash on some watch that Ari was wearing (a gift that Ari got from the director of Mediellan in South America or wherever they were).

    Actually Ari could cross over into just about any show and it would be a fun ride.

  9. Kimber on October 15th, 2008 3:02 pm

    Dude – LOVE the long podcasts. I AM HEARING YOU TALK!!! You guys could talk for hours and I’d never get bored or annoyed. I have to say, though, that your discussion of Pushing Daisies and its uncertain future made me cry a little bit. To think of all that beauty not being on my television screen weekly … it makes me want to curl up in a ball and start rocking. Let’s hope for more viewers!!!

    Grey’s … oy. My friend got me addicted in the third season, by showing me the second season. But last year I started to lose interest, and this year … *yawn*. Also – the way they brought JDM into it? Pathetic! I’d heard he would be returning, but the way they wrote it in made me want to hit my television screen.

    Bones – I gave up on that show this year, sorry Ducky. I loved the first season, adored the second season, and last season I hated. I have the first three episodes of this season on tape, but have no interest at all in watching it so far.

    As for the Character Crossover … I seriously want any of Bryan Fuller’s past cast to show up on PD. I mean, ok, some have already – but I think they need the characters to come on over. George and Jaye interacting with Ned and Chuck? That would kick ass. Ooh .. and Meredith from Grey’s could show up on Dexter, and for being so whiny and annoying he could kill her. Sorry – just my own fantasy. Oh – and Olive Snook could show up on ANY other show and I’d be happy. But her joining the Buy More gang, and working with Casey – that would be amazing.

  10. JennyL on October 15th, 2008 6:44 pm

    I listened to the whole thing – loved it!! I also love the long podcasts. I don’t have itunes – so can’t comment there – although I’d love to help you out…hope you’re at 100! I download the podcast and burn it to disk to listen to it in the car during my commute. So the longer the podcast the better for me! And in 2 parts was just fine, too.

    OK – so first of all. When it (finally!) got to Thursday night and Kath & Ducky were discussing whether or not the Jim & Pam engagement had been discussed in the last podcast, I was yelling in my car – No you haven’t! I want to hear your take on the engagement!!!! Don’t skip the engagement!!! So I was very happy when a few mins later you realized and talked a bit about it. I agree and also appreciated the lack of Pam in Business Ethics – it will help make us concentrate on the other characters besides all the JAM goodness. How can an episode that centers on an episode long Jim/Dwight prank not be awesome?!

    OK – my character crossover. I would want it to be an episode of The Office, and would liike to see Jim visit Pam in NY, and them go to MacLaren’s for a drink. At the bar they would see the HIMYM group one evening, and maybe overhear their conversation, or maybe Barney could hit on Pam at the bar and Jim would have to step in? I don’t know if this works b/c I don’t know any NY/Pratt geography…but wouldn’t it be great????? 🙂

  11. Scooter McGavin on October 16th, 2008 6:55 pm

    So with Ted getting married so Barney needs some new wingmen when he sees Penny in a bar and follows her home and also sees Sheldon walk in the appartment and he tries to get him to be his wingman to help him hook up with Kelly.

    If you want to go old school, Veronica Mars is hired by a resident of Sunnydale to investigate a mystious case that Bubby Summers just happens to be on the trail of. Instead of deciding to help each other out they try to out witty comment each other and solve the case first.

  12. Scooter McGavin on October 16th, 2008 6:59 pm

    Naturally I ment Buffy Summers. This is why you do not proof read after hitting summit comment while you are waiting for the page to load.