“Talking TV with Ryan and Ryan”: The Key To The Lost Girl on Smash River

Mo Ryan and I are back, with four shows in this week’s extra-long edition. Yes, even for us, this is pretty long. We fight about “Smash.” A lot. But in a good, healthy way.

Time stamps:

“Lost Girl”: 0:00 -16:32

“Key and Peele”: 16:32 – 24:12

“The River”: 24:12 – 35:50

“Smash”: 35:50 – End

Music: “Cry Me a River,” Justin Timberlake

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One Comment

  1. Kelley
    Posted February 6, 2012 at 3:35 pm | Permalink

    Thanks for a fun and lively podcast guys! Always good to hear excellent feedback on Lost Girl. I’ve been really enjoying it. Granted I’m a girl who loves me some mythology shows. Don’t get why so many folks find them so hard to figure out or get involved in.

    Also kudo’s to Mo for the shout out for Paul Blackthorn. I have the same opinion of him. He really needs a good vehicle. I’m not sure The River is going to be it, but hey I’m glad to see him working.

    Well I did as you said with Smash. I hadn’t watched it, so I stopped the podcast and went and watched the ep. I have mixed feelings myself. I’m all for something different that the standard run of doctor, lawyer, and cop shows. It’s like nobody in America does anything else for a living on TV. I agree with Ryan, it did feel very rushed. I am guessing they wanted the flash of the big numbers, and weeks of tweaking songs and dances would end up being pretty tedious. Still being a theatre geek myself, I would love to see the show make it for a little while, but then the other question is how long can it go on? To me this seems like it would culminate with opening night on Broadway or at best a Tony award, and then… where do you?

    Anyway, thanks guys!