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. 

Chat with us @darincredible or @iluvtvmorethanu on Twitter! Let people know how you feel about this podcast, review it on iTunes or share it with friends.

Wednesday, August 2, 2017

Podcast Episode 5: Selena Coppock takes us on a tour of Sex and The City, The Bachelor, and a new blonde bombshell show

Comedian and author of 'The New Rules for Blondes' Selena Coppock traveled all the way to Queens to take Sue on a tour of the greatness that is Sex and The City, the importance of this season of The Bachelorette (she's an expert) and why Ghostwriter was her favorite slow writer. 

If you'd like to learn more about this hilarious guest star, follow her  @SelenaCoppock 
 or her parody account @NYTVows. If you want to talk to more people about this podcast review it on iTunes or share it! If you had feedback write @ILuvTVMoreThanU on Twitter.