Sarah Shay and Strangely Doesburg watch old television pilots and muse on their potential futures. www.pilothousepodcast.com
Lucifer Season One Ketchup
The Dark Prince of Cop Shows is back! After our initial pilot episode discussion, we just couldn't resist Lucifer's many charms and HAD to watch the whole first season. Join us as we discuss mortality, tank tops, and the Hippocratic Oath in this first season 'ketchup'!
Happy Halloween! What better way to celebrate than a between-seasons episode where, for the very first time, your intrepid hosts tackle an entire film? Especially a scary one Sarah has never seen before! Just when you thought it was safe to refresh your podcast feed...it's JAWS!
Season 4 Finale
Season 4 is out the door! Sarah and Strangely sit down to revisit the shows they watched this season, discuss whether they 'picked up any for syndication', and reveal their plans for the future of the podcast.
You heard right: We FINALLY watched Brooklyn Nine-Nine! Listen as we tackle reservations, get confused about rabbis, and finally learn what all the fuss and gifs are about.
Hustle: Full Series 'Ketchup'
We're back with our first full-series catch-up episode, chatting about everyone's favorite British con artist show! We talk about the ups and downs, the twists and turns, and why Robert Glenister is THE BEST.
Is this the pilot that launched a thousand gifs? This wildly popular Canadian sitcom had Sarah and Strangely scratching their heads. Join us as we try to parse the comedy, wonder about the future, and bemoan the limited screen time of Tim Rozon's abs.
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.
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.
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!