The word of the day is: controversy. The Veronica Mars revival ends with a literal bang & our twitter feed has not been the same since. The final 10-15 min of the ep overshadows the rest of what we feel was a solid season & brings up several big questions: what do creators owe to fans? Is this more pronounced in television? How effective are revivals, overall? We spend the first half going over positive impressions of the show & the second half negative. Grab a drink & get into it with us! Cheers.
Veronica Mars is back: back with Logan, back in Neptune, back working with Keith, back putting the sass in sassypants. Alli & Mary are happy to join her in these first revival four episodes: we talk about Veronica's bad behavior, all our new friends & suspects, Dick's inexplicable presence and make some predictions for the end of season four. Some are good, right on the money. Others are... Alli's crackpot theories. But hey, some of you may have wished she was right! Grab a beer and speculate with us. Cheers!
Alli and Mary return to Neptune to discuss a bit of the second book and what we think might happen in the Veronica Mars Revival. Some predictions are more on point than others. To paraphrase Weevil, though, there are some big "I told you so"s a-comin'. Next week we'll be releasing the an ep covering the first four episodes of the season and then the following week will be rounding out through the finale. Grab a drink and join in: Veronica Mars is coming to 2019. Cheers!
Well, season 3 of iZombie was certainly a season of television that happened. Why it happened the way it did remains a bit of a mystery for your intrepid MBT podcaster. Major continues his heroic effort to actually have a character arc, while everyone else languishes in an unchanging haze. Seattle is officially Zombieville, y'all, and that should be way more exciting than it is. We're taking a brief three week iZombie break to get into the new season of Veronica Mars; hopefully to return refreshed. Cheers!