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TSA Ep. 24: "8 Streaming Shows To Catch Up On During The Summer" Edition. Special Guest: Daniel Carlson.

By Joanna Robinson | Station Agents | June 25, 2013 | Comments ()


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After a two week hiatus, Josh, Dustin and Joanna are back with their weekly top five shows including the season finales of "Hannibal," "Veep" and "Mad Men." Joining the discussion this week is Pajiba's Managing Editor, Daniel Carlson, who recommends some streaming shows to catch up on over the summer. If you're spoilerphobic or just want to skip ahead to Dan's portion of the show, please make use of the show notes we've included at the bottom of this page. You can find every episode of the podcast at www.thestationagents.com, you can suscribe via RSS or via iTunes and you can shoot us an email any old time at stationpost@gmail.com to let us know what you think of the show.

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Show Notes For The Spoilerphobes!
1:22 "Weekly 5"
2:25 "Futurama"
3:39 "The Goodwin Games"
6:05 "True Blood"
9:58 "Under the Dome"
13:00 "The Killing"
15:40 "Hannibal"
17:22 "Veep"
22:42 "Mad Men"
31:25 Summer Watch Recommendations

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  • ZizoAH

    I LOVE these.

  • the_wakeful

    Hooray! An episode where I've either already seen or don't care about spoilers for the shows discussed. Since it's conveniently the same length of time as my commute, I guess I'll give it a listen.

  • E Robb

    This Mad Men episode was so bad. It was insanely rushed. The California plot came out of nowhere, and became the focus of a finale of a fairly slow paced season in about ten seconds. The off-screen Pete's mom storyline was truly a shark jumping moment.

  • REALLY ANNOYINGLY, Matt Weiner has revealed that we were all supposed to magically know that Joan did land Avon. So ...

    a) Yay Joan!
    b) F you, Weiner.

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