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When your favorite shows end, we’re just getting started. LIVE interactive podcasts take place on Youtube, right after the episode ends of shows like THE WALKING DEAD, GAME OF THRONES & More. Post Show Recaps features Rob Cesternino from Rob Has a Podcast and Josh Wigler

Post Show Recaps: TV Podcasts | Rob Cesternino & Josh Wigler Post Show Recaps

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When your favorite shows end, we’re just getting started. LIVE interactive podcasts take place on Youtube, right after the episode ends of shows like THE WALKING DEAD, GAME OF THRONES & More. Post Show Recaps features Rob Cesternino from Rob Has a Podcast and Josh Wigler

    Lost: Down the Hatch | Season 3 Episode 18: “D.O.C.”

    Lost: Down the Hatch | Season 3 Episode 18: “D.O.C.”

    Lost: Down the Hatch | Season 3 Episode 18: “D.O.C.”

    Josh Wigler (@roundhoward) and Mike Bloom (@AMikeBloomType) are demanding one hundred thousand dollars, and all they’re asking in return is for you to listen to Down the Hatch. Win win, right?

     

    In “D.O.C.,” Sun Kwon faces a lose-lose situation in both the past and present. Meanwhile, Jin Kwon faces off with Mikhail Bakunin, suddenly alive after his apparent demise some episodes earlier. Unless he’s not alive? Josh and Mike debate the very nature of Mikhail and much more in this week’s podcast.



     



    About Down the Hatch …



    LOST: Down the Hatch is a full-tilt spoiler-filled rewatch of LOST. Every week, Josh and Mike break down an episode of LOST with the benefit of knowing the series’ full trajectory, using the following structure as a guide:

    • We Go “Fourth” – Josh and Mike begin each podcast with a deep-dive into the story both in front of and behind the camera, and they do so with the assistance of eight sound clips from each episode.

    • The Others – Josh and Mike answer questions sent their way by listeners through the official e-mail address: downthehatch@postshowrecaps.com

    • 23 Points – Each week, Josh and Mike hand out points for the best and worst characters of the episode in question, in a foolhardy attempt to determine the most and least valuable players in the LOST pantheon.

    • 4.2 Stars – Josh and Mike rank every episode of LOST, by rating them all on a scale from 0 – 4.2. Josh and Mike offer their individual scores, listeners’ scores will be averaged as a third data point, then the three points combine as the podcast’s official score on each episode.



    Additional reading/listening/viewing from the podcast:





    * Support Post Show Recaps through Patreon

    * The LOST: Down the Hatch Wikipedia Page

    * Josh’s LOST Episode Rankings on The Hollywood Reporter

    * Javier Grillo Marxuach’s Lost Will and Testament

    * Jim Fels music analysis





    The 2/3 MVP/LVP Points For Season 3:

    Juliet: 11

    Hurley: 9

    Sawyer: 7

    Ben: 5

    Kate: 3

    Jin: 2.5

    Monster: 2

    Eloise: 2

    Claire: 2

    Cassidy: 2

    Richard Alpert: 2

    Penny: 2

    Charlie: 2

    Sun: 1.5

    Desmond: 1

    Jack: 1

    Achara: 1

    Eko: 1

    Boone: 1

    The Marshal: 1

    Amira: 1

    Billy Dee Williams: 1

    Sayid: 0

    Christian: 0

    Alex: 0

    Derek: -1

    Ethan: -1

    Aunt Lindsay: -1

    Ms. Klugh: -1

    Lynn Karnoff: -1

    David Reyes: -1

    Roger Linus: -1

    The Others: -1

    Red Shoes: -1

    Jan: -1

    Eddie: -1

    Polar Bears: -1

    Karl: -1

    Sarah: -1

    Marijuana: -1

    Colleen: -1

    Law + Order: -2

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    Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man 3 | Everything is Spider-Man

    Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man 3 | Everything is Spider-Man

    Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man 3 | Everything is Spider-Man

    More pictures of Spider-Man, you say? Thwip-thwip, we say! Josh Wigler (@roundhoward) and Kevin Mahadeo (@kevmahadeo) have activated phase two of “Everything is Super,” their weekly podcast all about superheroes and their comic book origins, presently focused on all things Spidey.

    In their latest podcast, Josh and Kevin welcome Professor Strunk from the feedback section to the podcast proper, as all three of them dissect what’s talked about as the worst of the three Raimi “Spider-Man” movies. Does it live up to that hype? Is there more there than meets the eye? Dig on this and find out!

    Sinister Six Rankings

    Every week, Josh and Kevin will rank the following items on a scale from 1 to sinister 6. You are encouraged to submit your own scores to super@postshowrecaps.com.



    Sinister Six: Spider-Man Movie Rankings





    1. Spider-Man: Homecoming

    2. Spider-Man: Far From Home

    3. Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man 2

    4. Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man

    5. Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man 3





    Sinister Six: Spider-Man Villain Rankings



    1. Vulture (Homecoming)

    2. Mysterio (Far From Home)

    3. Green Goblin (Spider-Man)

    4. Doctor Octopus (Spider-Man)

    5. Sandman (Spider-Man 3)

    6. New Goblin (Spider-Man 3)

    7. Venom (Spider-Man 3)

    Sinister SIx: Spider-Suit Rankings



    1. Classic Suit (Homecoming)

    2. DIY Spidey (Homecoming)

    3. Classic Suit (Spider-Man 2)

    4. Red & Black (Far From Home)

    5. Classic Red & Blue (Spider-Man)

    6. Classic Red & Blue (Spider-Man 3)

    7. Night Monkey (Far From Home)

    8. Iron Spider (Infinity/Endgame)

    9. DIY Spidey Wrestler (Spider-Man)

    10. Black Suit (Spider-Man 3)

    Sinister Six: The Spider-Men, Ranked



    1. Tom Holland

    2. Tobey Maguire

    Swing into more Spider-Man: 

    Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man 2 | Everything is Spider-Man

    Sam Raimi’s Spider-Man | Everything is Spider-Man

    Everything is Spider-Man | A Friendly Neighborhood Rewatch

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    “The Walking Dead: World Beyond” Season 1 Finale

    “The Walking Dead: World Beyond” Season 1 Finale

    “The Walking Dead: World Beyond” Season 1 Finale

    Josh Wigler (@roundhoward), Jess Liese (@HaymakerHattie) and Brandon Chappell (@Chappells_Show) voyage forward into the zombie apocalypse, on two different fronts: “Fear the Walking Dead” season six and “The Walking Dead: World Beyond” season one.



    Each week, they discuss brand new episodes from both “Walking Dead” spinoffs, charting the journeys of Morgan and friends as well as the Endlings.



    In the final week of the podcast, the team only has one show to talk about: “The Walking Dead: World Beyond.” And yet they manage to find a little bit of time to talk about “Fear,” too! Josh, Jess and Chappelle are joined by special guest AJ Mass (@AJMass) to break down the final two hours of the Endlings’ first adventure, what things might look like in the second and final season, and more.





    Walk on over into more Walking Dead coverage:

    Fear the Walking Dead World Beyond | Week 1

    Fear the Walking Dead World Beyond | Week 2

    Fear the Walking Dead World Beyond | Week 3

    Fear the Walking Dead World Beyond | Week 4

    Fear the Walking Dead World Beyond | Week 5

    Fear the Walking Dead World Beyond | Week 6

    Fear the Walking Dead World Beyond | Week 7

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    AANG IN THERE: Avatar The Last Airbender Book 1 Episode 16 “The Deserter”

    AANG IN THERE: Avatar The Last Airbender Book 1 Episode 16 “The Deserter”

    AANG IN THERE: Avatar The Last Airbender Book 1 Episode 16 “The Deserter”

    Zak Mohamed (@Zakmohamed32) and Jacob Redmon (@jkredmon) discuss the 16th episode of Avatar: The Last Airbender and live to tell about it.

    Zak and Jacob have a carnival of a time as they recap “The Deserter”. They break down fire flakes, carnivals, and one really nice follower who deserves more credit. Throughout the episode, they talk about Jeong Jeong and Zak clears up confusing metaphors with a rhetorical analysis to be envied.

    Afterwards, they go through listener feedback, rank the episode, and sort the best four Disney Princesses (Belle, Mulan, Jasmine, Pocahontas).

    Zak and Jacob will be back with Book 1 Episode 17, “The Northern Air Temple”

    “The Deserter” was directed by Lauren MacMullan and written by Tim Hedrick. It originally aired October, 21 2005.

    About Aang in There …

    Aang in There is a spoiler-filled rewatch of Avatar: The Last Airbender. Every week, Zak and Jacob break down an episode of ATLA with the benefit of knowing the whole universe of Avatar. We also include the following segments:



    * Episode Recap – Zak and Jacob start by giving an in-depth breakdown of all the plot points and minor details from the episode.

    * Feedback – Zak and Jacob go through listener feedback and answer the questions or comments written into their official email: avatar@postshowrecaps.com

    * Episode Rankings – Zak and Jacob will create an official Aang in There ranking of every episode of ATLA, by rating them all on a scale from 0-4. Zak and Jacob will give their own scores, plus the listeners’ scores will be averaged and added as the third point. Then, the three scores will be combined to create the official podcast score for each episode!

    * Battle of the Battles – Zak and Jacob will rank the Battles similar to the episode rankings. Each battle will be ranked from 0-4 and Zak, Jacob, and the listener’s scores will be averaged together to get the official Battle Rankings.



     

    Schedule for next week:

    • Book 1 Episode 17 The Northern Air Temple

    Feedback due 12/04 podcast drops 12/8. Quartet will be Last group of Disney princesses (Moana, Tiana, Rapunzel, and Merida).

     

    The Episode Rankings For Season 1:

    1.    The Boy in the Iceberg – 3.45.

    2.    The Avatar Return – 3.42

    3.   The Southern Air Temple – 3.07

    4.   The Warriors of Kyoshi  – 3.35

    5.   The King of Omashu – 3.6

    6.   Imprisoned – 3.73

    7.   Winter Solstice, Part 1: The Spirit World – 3.10

    8.   Winter Solstice, Part 2: Avatar Roku- 3.23

    9.   The Waterbending Scroll: 3.31

    10. Jet: 3.62

    11. The Great Divide: 2.8

    12. The Storm: 3.31

    13. The Blue Spirit: 3.47

    14. The Fortuneteller: 2.97

    15. Bato of the Water Tribe: 2.22

    16. The Deserter: 3.15

     

    Battle of the Battle Rankings for Season 1:

    Sokka and Zuko skirmish (Book 1, Episode 2) – 2.5

    Aang escapes the ship (Book 1, Episode 2) – 3.6

    Zuko and Zhao Agni Kai (Book 1, Episode 3) – 3.67

    Kyoshi Island fight (Book 1, Episode 4) – 3.45

    Aang and Bumi Fight (Book 1, Episode 5) – 3.7

    Prisoner Revolt (Book 1, Episode 6) – 2.33

    Zuko and Iroh smash Earthbenders (Book 1, Episode 7) – 2.18

    Zuko, Team Avatar, Pirate fight (Book 1, Episode 9) – 3.5

    Jet and Co beat Fire Nation (Book 1, Episode 10) – 2.55

    Jet and Aang in the Trees (Book 1, Episode 10) – 2.85

    Zuko/Aang vs the Fire Nation Soldiers (Book 1, Episode 13) — 3.75

    Fight in the Abbey (Book 1, Episode 14) — 3.62

    Admiral Zhao beats himself (Book 1, Episode 16) — 3.15

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    The Mandalorian | Season 2, Episode 5: “Chapter 13: The Jedi”

    The Mandalorian | Season 2, Episode 5: “Chapter 13: The Jedi”

    The Mandalorian | Season 2, Episode 5: “Chapter 13: The Jedi”

    Looking for “The Mandalorian” podcast coverage? This is the way! Josh Wigler (@roundhoward), Kevin Mahadeo (@kevmahadeo) and LaTonya Starks (@lkstarks) are covering the Disney+ Star Wars TV series each and every week, doing their best to hunt bounties with Mando and protect “The Child,” alias Baby Yoda, at all costs.

    This week, the team studies at the knees of “The Jedi,” better known as Ahsoka Tano. Rosario Dawson brings the fan-favorite Star Wars figure to life in what some are saying is the best episode of “The Mandalorian” yet. Plus, Baby Yoda gets a name! All that and much more this week on the podcast.





    Join the Post Show Recaps Patreon at the Discord level to keep the conversation about “The Mandalorian” going. Also send your feedback to the team: starwars@postshowrecaps.com.





    Check out the Ultimate Episode Order for “Star Wars: The Clone Wars,” and watch these “Star Wars: Clone Wars” + “Star Wars: Rebels” episodes to know more about “The Mandalorian” lore, courtesy of Post Show Recaps patron katakuri:





    CW 2.12 “The Mandalore Plot”

    CW 2.13 “Voyage of Temptation”

    CW 2.14 “Duchess of Mandalore”

    CW 3.5 “Corruption”

    CW 3.6 “The Academy”

    CW 4.14 “A Friend in Need”

    CW 5.14 “Eminence”

    CW 5.15 “Shades of Reason”

    CW 5.16 “The Lawless”

    Rebels 2.8 “Blood Sisters”

    Rebels 2.13 “The Protector of Concord Dawn”

    Rebels 3.7 “Imperial Super Commandos”

    Rebels 3.11 “Visions”

    Rebels 3.15 “Trials of the Darksaber”

    Rebels 3.16 “Legacy of Mandalore”

    Rebels 3.22 “Zero Hour, Part Two”

    Rebels 4.1 “Heroes of Mandalore, Part One”

    Rebels 4.2 “Heroes of Mandalore, Part Two”

    More Mando: 

    The Mandalorian | Season 2, Episode 4: “Chapter 12: The Siege”

    The Mandalorian | Season 2, Episode 3: “Chapter 11: The Heiress”

    The Mandalorian | Season 2, Episode 2: “Chapter 10: The Passenger”

    The Mandalorian | Season 2, Episode 1: “Chapter 9: The Marshal”

    The Mandalorian | Season 2 Preview

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    Star Trek: Discovery | Season 3, Episode 7 Recap: “Unification III”

    Star Trek: Discovery | Season 3, Episode 7 Recap: “Unification III”

    Star Trek: Discovery | Season 3, Episode 7 Recap: “Unification III”



    Jessica Liese (@HaymakerHattie) and Mike Bloom (@AMikeBloomType) are coming together to talk about a much more noteworthy reunion on this week’s episode of Star Trek: Discovery.



    “Unification III” sees Spock’s work from the Next Generation episodes of the same name come to fruition, as the Vulcans and Romulans have finally unified after centuries of rivalry. Michael Burnham must face off with a very unfamiliar version of where she grew up to get some essential information on “The Burn.” And as she defends her values, Saru is looking for her replacement, and finds it in perhaps the most unorthodox place.





    Jess and Mike will be bringing recaps of Star Trek: Discovery every weekend throughout season three. For feedback on the episodes, reach out to them or @PostShowRecaps on Twitter or email feedback@postshowrecaps.com.



    About Star Trek: Discovery…

    After following Commander Burnham into the wormhole in the second season finale, season three of Star Trek: Discovery finds the crew of the U.S.S. Discovery landing in an unknown future far from the home they once knew. Now living in a time filled with uncertainty, the U.S.S. Discovery crew, along with the help of some new friends, must work together to restore hope to the Federation.







    Star Trek: Discovery stars Sonequa Martin-Green as Michael Burnham, as well as Doug Jones, Anthony Rapp, Mary Wiseman, Wilson Cruz, David Ajala, Blu Del Barrio, Ian Alexander, Tig Notaro, and Michelle Yeoh. It airs weekly on CBS All Access in the United States and is distributed concurrently internationally by CBS Studios International on Amazon Prime Video in more than 200 countries and territories and in Canada on Bell Media’s CTV Sci-Fi Channel and OTT service Crave.



    Beam up more Star Trek coverage:



    Star Trek: Discovery | Season 3, Episode 6 Recap: “Scavengers”



    Star Trek: Discovery | Season 3, Episode 5 Recap: “Die Trying”



    Star Trek: Discovery | Season 3, Episode 4 Recap: “Forget Me Not”

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