‘Talking TV with Ryan and Ryan’ discuss ‘Mad Men’, ‘Rubicon,’ and more

We’re back with not one but two installments of “Talking TV with Ryan and Ryan.” One is dedicated solely to the last two episodes of “Mad Men,” but the other is a treasure trove of talk about other shows.

In the other podcast, Mo Ryan and I talk “The Big C,” “Weeds,” “Rubicon,” “Doctor Who,” and “Spartacus: Blood and Sand.” Both are over 50 minutes long.

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  1. alchang8
    Posted August 17, 2010 at 2:14 pm | Permalink


    I was wondering if you might link a downloadable version of the podcasts since Mo’s currently in transition, and I don’t use iTunes?

  2. Posted August 17, 2010 at 7:08 pm | Permalink

    Not sure if this will help, but here’s the source for the podcast feed:


  3. SL
    Posted August 21, 2010 at 2:57 pm | Permalink

    I enjoyed the podcasts though I skipped past the Weeds and Big C discussion and ended up not listening to most of the Spartacus talk because that show is too decadent for my tastes, and I don’t generally consider myself a prude.

    Mo has always been a good writer which is what matters most of course but she used to stumble a lot when speaking in these podcasts and I applaud her for working on getting a smoother style. She was very pleasant to listen to in these.

    Now about Doctor Who and Lost. I’d go further than you two did when you said the Who finale was Lostian. While watching the Who finale I kept thinking “this is what I wanted in season 6 of Lost!” Sure it didn’t make a lot of sense and was silly, but it made up for that in creativity, energy and sheer joy in storytelling. *That* is how a quality writing team gets themselves out of a corner they’ve painted themselves into.