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Mo Ryan welcomes special guest Alan Sepinwall, TV critic for Hitfix, to the podcast for an hourlong chat, which was recorded on Saturday, June 8 (hence we don't discuss the season finale of "Game of Thrones" or the June 9 episode of "Mad Men"). Here's the breakdown of this hybrid edition of Talking TV With Firewall and Moberg: 

00:00 - 11:21: Discussion of the new edition of Alan's book, "The Revolution Was Televised" (which Ryan McGee, Mo and Alan also discussed in this podcast from last fall)

11:22 - 26:18 Mad Men 

26:19 - 37:01 Orphan Black and the rise of smart, genre/"B-movie" television 

37:02 - 42:00 Game of Thrones

42:01- 52:45 Arrested Development

52:46 - end: Final bonus question (hint: our mutual admiration of Patton Oswalt figures into this question).

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Direct download: sepinwall_june_2103_podcast_2.mp3
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