We talk about the best episodes of your favorite TV shows. Chris and Dan like to argue about almost everything. Steve has insightful things to say and created the website episode.ninja. Justin hates TV, but he likes computers and trivia so he’s our producer and trivia master.
In this week’s episode Dan, Steve, and Chris discuss the canceled-too-soon Fox show Arrested Development. At the time, Arrested Development was criminally underappreciated. The all-star cast just never got the ratings they needed to stay on TV. With the revival by Netflix in 2013 thanks to a massive cult-following, Arrested Development was brought back into our lives. In this week’s episode, the guys discuss the brilliance of the first three season, and the disappointments that came with the revived seasons. They also discuss their favorite characters, quotes, and episodes.
Scrubs – It’s Guy Love, Between 3 Podcasters
In this week’s episode, the guys talk about Scrubs – one of the funniest and most accurate medical shows ever on television. The guys talk about their favorite characters (spoiler: Chris’ favorite character is someone named “Turd”), their favorite episodes, and the best/most impactful moments from this funny, yet serious comedy from the mind of Bill Lawrence. There’s conflict right off the bat as the guys discuss the ninth season and whether or not it should have even happened. We then dive deeper and discuss our favorite quotes, favorite JD fantasies, favorite quotes, and best moments between characters.
Have you ever sympathized or rooted for a Serial Killer? Did you also hate how that Serial Killer’s story ended? Then you probably watched Dexter. In this episode of the Episode Ninja Podcast, the guys grapple with these key issues while discussing Showtime’s Dexter. Whether it was Dexter vs. the Ice Road Trucker or Dexter vs. The Trinity Killer, the guys cover it all and give you their opinions on another show with a controversial finale. Spoiler: Dan thinks it’s coming back.
The Podcast about TV shows finally gets around to the TV show about nothing — Seinfeld. And this episode is definitely sponge-worthy. Seinfeld is a show that Chris used to literally set his watch to (because he was old enough to watch it live and there was no such thing as a DVR) so he wouldn’t miss it. Meanwhile, Dan and Steve grew up on reruns, but loved it nonetheless. In this episode, the guys aired some grievances, discussed the timeless nature of the show and how well it was written, and how it impacted not only our lives, but comedy in general.
The Most Binge Worthy Shows
During this difficult time, the guys get together to talk about their most bingable shows. From The Office all the way to West Wing, you'll get an insight into the types of shows Dan, Steve, and Chris enjoy binging.
On this episode, the guys (including Justin) talk about one of the best sketch shows of all time, Chappelle's Show. We debate whether or not it would be even aired today because of its content, or whether it would be the biggest show on the planet because of the social media age we live in. The guys also discuss their favorite sketches and talk about the impact Dave Chappelle had on comics today.