Blogulator Radio Episode 83 – Catching Up On 2013

Qualler and Brigitte return to discuss what is going on with their favorite shows that are on the air in this week’s new episode of Blogulator Radio. Yes, that means they get into an inevitable-because-it-is-the-internet discussion about HBO’s Girls, which they both still like, but are feeling slightly more wary about in its second season, for various reasons. They also discuss HBO’s Enlightened, which is Qualler’s favorite show on the air right now, while still not Brigitte’s. Fortunately, the tension in the room dissipates a little when they talk about ABC Family’s Bunheads, even though both of them realize that they actually don’t remember any details of anything that happens on the show, other than the character Truly having a really tiny fully-functional kitchen that is made of cardboard. The tension dissipates even further when Qualler breaks out his Kevin Spacey from House of Cards imitation (from our sponsor, Netflix!) They end with some Parenthood talk, its season which ends so unmemorably that they decide not to even devote an entire episode to talking about it. Finally, they end with a little Boardwalk Empire talk, of which they are still talking about season two, and Qualler is still crushin’ on Mrs. Schroeder (seriously, though, have you seen her beautiful hair? It’s beautiful.)

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