300: Defending Jacob Isn't Easy

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By Tara Ariano, Sarah D. Bunting, David T. Cole

300: Defending Jacob Isn't Easy

Captain America and Lady Mary did their best, but Allison and the rest of the panel still found legal procedural Defending Jacob guilty of crappy pacing in the second degree; aggravated TV tropes; and felony possession of moody blue gels with intent to distribute. Were the regulars able to get Al into a diversion program before she felt obliged to finish the season? We also went Around The Dial with Vida, Arde Madrid, and The Last Dance, before Dave trotted out a solution to the problems with Devs. Dan Cassino's Extra Credit tasked us with growing some goateed evil twins to spice up our favorite shows, and Elenore brought us back to a '90s kind of world with her Living Single Canon submission. Re-casting ("alleged") felons won, nudity lost (but also kind of won?), and we kicked up our heels with Tara's Tube Tunes 6 Game Time. Got a garage door to scrub? Pass the time with an all-new Extra Hot Great!


SHOW TOPICS

Defending JacobATD: VidaATD: Arde MadridATD: The Last DanceATD: DevsExtra Credit: The Upside Of Evil TwinsThe Canon: Living Single S01.E06: Great ExpectationsWinner and Loser of the WeekGame Time: Tube Tunes VI


SHOW NOTES

"By the Content of Cousin Pam's Character" on Seven ScribesTara's Vanity Fair piece on VidaTara's Vanity Fair kiss-off of the Will & Grace re-finaleAl's Arde Madrid write-up on MHz ChoiceThe Blotter Presents podcast The Diarrhea Song by Michael ScottKCRA goes full frontalPhoto: Apple


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