In a show that turned out to be surprisingly full, we review the new Fox show, Sleepy Hollow.
We take a look at the stages of mourning with particular focus on the loss of TV shows that have a place in our hearts. For a special one from Dave, check after the jump.
We tell you what to watch and veer off into a discussion about Dave’s burgeoning music video career (more videos below).
And there’s Letters and more – all packed into the longest Boxcutters 2.0 show ever.
Bored of the staid, monotheistic existence of the everyday, this week we take a look at the new History Channel drama, Vikings with its enlightened love and gods aplenty.
Marian’s Crush straddles the Scandanavian and rural Victorian worlds. We take a look at a series of ads with Brett’s I Don’t Buy It. The Letters segment makes its first appearance in Boxcutters 2.0. Chris has done a bit of a reccy with ABC’s iView. Plus we’ve got Tuddy’s Angry Old Man rant, what to watch and an absence of news. There’s just too much to pack in for one episode.
As Trudy said, change is normal, natural, inevitable, exciting … and sad.
After we review the latest show from Netflix, Orange is the New Black, cover some critical Kids Jeopardy! news and discover, for the last time, what type of hat Ben’s wearing, we have a bumper crop of letters from you, the listener, before Josh sails off into the sunset with Courteney in tow.
This may be the most truly moving episode of Boxcutters ever. Don’t expect a dry eye in the house after the final scene rolls.
You might remember, for a long time we were talking about a new Arrested Development season or movie or something. And then one was made. And then we didn’t talk about it for ages. And then we said we’d discuss it but we didn’t.
Well, WE FINALLY DO!
Also, how much do you know about American exceptionalism? You’re about to know a whole lot more; especially with respect to TV shows post September 11 2001.
And for people who stay all the way to the end, there’s a special surprise!