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Sarah Shay and Strangely Doesburg watch old television pilots and muse on their potential futures. www.pilothousepodcast.com

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    • TV & Film
    • 5.0, 7 Ratings

Sarah Shay and Strangely Doesburg watch old television pilots and muse on their potential futures. www.pilothousepodcast.com

    41 – Sealab 2020

    41 – Sealab 2020

    Your hosts dive into the strange and murky world of pseudo-educational Hanna-Barbera cartoons with the original SEALAB 2020. The final show of our Season 3 trip through the decades was set in the current year, made in the '70s, and better known for its 'remake' in the year 2000. Does this make up for us accidentally doing two '80s shows? Will it be worth the wait? FIND OUT TODAY!

    • 58 min
    40 – Orphan Black

    40 – Orphan Black

    WE'RE BACK! Continuing our trip through the decades, this week's episode is about the twenty-teens' Orphan Black, which brings us scifi, intrigue, and half-assed grifting in Canada (probably).

    • 1 hr 27 min
    39 – Ripper Street “Ketchup”

    39 – Ripper Street “Ketchup”

    Our regularly scheduled episodes have been delayed due to quarantine complications, so to tide you over in the meantime we're sharing an unreleased and lightly edited "ketchup" chat about the first season of Ripper Street, a show we originally discussed way back in 2018! Stay tuned for more, and stay safe! #goodenoughforquarantine

    • 1 hr 27 min
    38 – Veronica Mars

    38 – Veronica Mars

    This week we watched a show from a long time ago, about some people who used to be friends. Travel with us back to 2004 and that sun-bleached California neo-noir classic, Veronica Mars!

    • 1 hr 39 min
    37 – Absolutely Fabulous

    37 – Absolutely Fabulous

    It's the '90s. After an extreme (and accidental) double-dose of the '80s, Sarah and Strangely aren't quite sure what to make of this classic British comedy. Pour another white wine and brace yourself for fashion, darling.

    • 42 min
    36 – Remington Steele

    36 – Remington Steele

    It's an extremely 80s Battle of the Sexes in Pierce Brosnan's 90-minute James Bond audition reel, also known as the first episode of Remington Steele! Is there enough whimsical con man fuckery to satisfy our hosts? How piercing are Pierce's eyes? And who, if anyone, is packing a rod? Only Remington Steele knows for sure!

    • 1 hr 27 min

Customer Reviews

5.0 out of 5
7 Ratings

7 Ratings

jComeau ,

Longtime Fan, Firsttime Reviewer

I mean, let's be honest about this. I'm the fan that says things like "actually, it was season 2, episode 4 where you talked about that thing" on Twitter. Here's the thing though: this is a great show. If you've never seen the shows they're watching, then it's a great introduction to the series! If you *have* seen the show, then the perspectives they bring often give a great new view of the show that can encourage a rewatch. The hosts themselves, both talented musicians, also have great chemistry together, and have fantastic views on the subject matter, often bringing a queer reading of otherwise unchallenged subjects.

Listening to two funny, talented people talk about stuff they like, love, and sometimes abhor is a great way to spend your time! Do it, you won't regret it.

speakingmusic ,

Indepth discussion on television shows

These are frank, often fun, discussions about a variety of different television shows. They discuss the positive and negative aspects of the various shows they've watched. With intelligent insight into what made these shows good (or bad). The causal nature of the hosts draw you in as if you're sitting in their living room discussing the shows. The episodes are long--over an hour--allowing the hosts to give enough detail for you to make your own decision as to whether these shows should be in your queue.

daveyz. ,

Funny Insightful Diverting and Delightful

These two have a great premise and they execute it well. Good on-mic chemistry. I just discovered this podcast and have listened to two already. I’ll be listening to all of them and waiting for more pilot-wisdom from them!

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