Tuesday, September 26, 2017

Podcast Episode 9: Claudia Cogan Explains Hate-Watching and Why The Great British Bakeoff is Great

From Last Comic Standing and New York, comedian Claudia Cogan happens to be one of Sue's favorite comedians. On this week's podcast she explains what makes hate-watching so appealing using the examples of Whitney and Girlfriend's Guide to Divorce. There's also discussion regarding the new Pretty Little Liars spin-off,  Today Show gossip on Megyn Kelly's new hour, and how everyone should give The Good Place a chance.

If you're reading this blog because you already listen to the podcast, thank you! If you haven't checked it out yet, that's okay. I mean, it's just a great podcast with funny people discussing TV every week that will keep you informed on all things television. Some people, just aren't into that and we respect it. If you have the means though, we highly recommend subscribing, telling everyone you know, posting incessantly about it on social media, bringing it up at dinner parties, and getting your pets addicted to it while you're at work. Thanks!

Wednesday, September 20, 2017

Episode 8: Kwanza Osajyefo on The Podcast Discussing a Shocking TV Moment That Cured Him

Kwanza Osajyefo worked with Sue at About.com a lifetime ago. He also happens to be the author of the graphic novel BLACK which is being made into a feature film.  On this week's podcast they drink a bunch of red wine (Bogle Old Vine Zinfandel) and discuss Sanford & Son, The Cosby Show, the best moments of the 2017 Emmys and tons of other great television.

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Wednesday, August 16, 2017

Podcast Episode 7: TV talk with Ben Tahija from Murder We Spoke and Pretty Little Podcasters

In this pre-recorded episode, podcast pals Ben Tahija and Sue Funke discuss the best TV episode, the best TV season, the best TV show you've never seen, and the state of TV overall. If you're not familiar with Ben's podcast work, get your download on! His podcast Murder We Spoke covers Murder She Wrote from a millennial perspective which is a refreshing and loving homage to Jessica Fletcher that all mystery and humor fans will enjoy.

You can chat with Ben on twitter as @MurderWeSpoke or on @PrettyLittlePod  You can reach out to the podcast with questions, suggestions or corrections @iluvtvmorethanu or follow Sue on all social media platforms as thesuefunke.

Please subscribe and share this podcast with your friends, because the news is horrific, TV is a wonderful escape and listening to people chat about TV is as close to zen as free podcasts can buy.

Wednesday, August 9, 2017

Podcast Episode 6: Darin Patterson recalls a jarring episode of Twilight Zone, and the moment Walter White Broke Bad

Darin Patterson has performed stand-up with Sue Funke on the same comedy show. You can see this from this week's episode photo which was taken from the same Dennis Has A Podcast flier. Podcast lovers may know Darin from his podcast 'The Virgin Chronicles' or from some of the stand-up shows he's on seen on his website.

Darin came by podcast corner to chat about shows that stuck with him such as The World Series of Pop Culture, The Chapelle Show, Happy Endings, This Is Us, Breaking Bad and so much more. A TV lover with a pop culture award to back him up, this is an episode not to be missed, but definitely to be tweeted. 

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