“Talking TV with Ryan and Ryan” come atcha with a double dose of audio awesome

Mo Ryan and I are back, with not one but TWO podcasts. In the first, we talk the season finales “The Killing” and “Game of Thrones”with Tom Fitzgerald of one of our favorite websites, TomandLorenzo.com. IN the second, Mo and I discuss two upcoming FX comedies, “Louie” and “Wilfred.”

Time stamps…

Podcast #1

“The Killing”: 0:00 – 31:18

“Game of Thrones”: 31:18 – end

Podcast #2

“Louie”: 0:00 – 14:02

“Wilfred”: 14:02 – end

As per usual, you can subscribe to the podcast¬†here. Subscribing is your best option to ensure you get all episodes of “Talking TV with Ryan and Ryan” as soon as they are available. Recently, there’s been a slight lag in what iTunes store shows versus what’s actually available if you subscribe, so subscribe away to get the latest and greatest ASAP. But if you absolutely hate iTunes on the same level on which Mo hates preachy endings, here’s a new place to grab MP3s, since the old one no longer works. Or, you can listen to it right now by hitting up the podcast’s native site here. Lots of options, y’all.


One Comment

  1. Jon
    Posted June 27, 2011 at 11:21 pm | Permalink


    I don’t twitter, but I wanted to respond to your tweet about podcast length.

    So long as the content warrants it, I think podcast length is largely irrelevant. The discussions tend to naturally break multiple times to allow people to pause until they have the opportunity to listen again. There isn’t a narrative that needs to be followed or tracked, and any callbacks within an episode will most likely be sufficiently recalled since we TV fanatics tend to have a memory for that sort of thing.

    Just my 2 cents as a regular listener who started with the Talkng TV format (and who swears that the only episodes he skipped are the Game of Thrones ones because I haven’t watched it yet).

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