Tue, 3 July 2012
Here's a feature that Mo and Ryan have wanted to revisit for a while. After all, they got started as a podcasting duo by recording commentary tracks for each episode of the final season of "Lost." Now, they are expanding their horizons and looking at television as a whole for episodes that inspire them enough to devote an entire podcast to discussing its merits.
This isn't a "Mystery Science Theatre 3000" takedown. While the tone is lighthearted, we strive to analyze why the episode works, place it in broader context, and discuss why it's worthy of discussion. This week's inaugural installment looks at one of the seminal episodes of one of the seminal series of the 1990's: "The X-Files"' mind-bendy masterpiece "Jose Chung's 'From Outer Space.'"
The episode is available on many streaming services, such as Netflix or Amazon. But you don't have to have the episode in front of you to enjoy this discussion of the show. While we occasionally talk about things onscreen, we largely talk big picture, both about "The X Files" but also the themes that "Jose" itself raises. We hope you enjoy listening as much as we did recording.