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The Booze Raccoons reassemble in our living room to share a cocktail, celebrate Alex's birthday, and tear the original unaired pilot for "Lost in Space" a new butt.
As COVID life closed out, Gretchen and James sat together to do a 2020 year-end retrospective and talk through the best moments of a year in podcasting, but accidentally discover that the whole podcast stinks. Here it is, a one year look at the worst episodes of Who's Piloting this Podcast. (The secret is that it's all of them)
Bat-guano crazy schemes, backstabbing drama, and domestic terrorism? Before Melrose Place went legit crazy, there was a simple pilot about 20-somethings navigating very low-stakes challenges and trying to pay rent.
Come watch Beverly Hill 90210 with us and discover the very point when our great empire began to crumble.
A single dad fighting a custody battle while employed as an LA County public school teacher somehow receives a super-powered pair of pajamas from some aliens, and a drunk Robert Culp is sure to full-harsh his Mello.
After a long hiatus filled with sorrowful life events, we finally release our next episode: He-Man and the Masters of the Universe!
Hams, Turkeys, Diapers and Formula! Get your matching sweatshirts out because we're watching the pilot of Supermarket Sweep
Commie parents attempt to teach their capitalist-pig son about white supremacy in this week's nostalgic feel-good episode: Family Ties!
Ricky don't lose that number because you're going to need to call 911 to get Rayanne's stomach pumped. It's My So Called Life!
Larry finally moves into his first bachelor pad, but some idiot cousin that he's never met leaves a 4th world country and shows up at his door. Is it funny? Don't be ridiculous!
In our worst episode yet, we take a look at a pilot that never made it to air. Heat Vision and Jack!
Oh-a, A-oh! Angelerr! Come watch the pilot episode of "Who's The Boss" and drink a beer with us.
A television show with an unknown cast debuts in last place, hangs on for 11 years, and finishes with the second-highest ratings for a final episode in television history: Cheers!
Shaking off our premiere jitters, we settle into a sophomore slump to watch Small Wonder, sometimes described as the worst show ever on television!
In our own pilot episode, we learn about The Golden Girls pilot episode, an actor named Charles Levin, Quentin Tarantino and Sophia's facelift.
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