Unedited, fully red wined, it’s tv talk time. Sue let’s you know about a new cult show we will all worship one-day and has a PSA on why you should check out Pose. Let me know if I should keep doing this podcast! Tweet @iluvtvmorethanu.
Didn't talk about the sketch 'Cawfee Tawk' but that's no big whoop because Sue covers all the TV news of the day: Roseanne getting the boot at ABC, Arrested Development's new season, and the possible end for Kimmy Schmidt. It's a solo show chock full of TV news, and information on the upcoming PD Stories Podcast Sue's been working on for the past 10 months.
Post upfront chat with Twitter Pal and fellow TV lover, Tom McNab! Tom and Sue discuss Perfectionists hopes and theories. He also brings some of his favorite TV shows from classics to currents. Tom is in Britain and Sue is in NYC so the audio isn’t the best but the intent was! Thanks for listening and subscribing.
Rolling solo again this week, Sue Funke discusses shows she loved as a kid. You know, every kid's favorite show Homicide Life on The Streets, or Sisters. They're unconventional but were worth running home for.
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Solo episode where Sue discusses shows that she's currently obsessed with, but worried about. Is anyone else watching Brooklyn 99, Good Girls - why did no one else love Daytime Divas? She also tackles the current love of Vanderpump Rules while someone gets pulled over outside her window.
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A few weeks ago Alyssa Markowitz and Sue Funke attended Crazy Ex-Girlfriend LIVE. These two TV-aholics discuss that experience, Pretty Little Liars and more in this fun filled hour. Don't miss this chat with a woman who loved TGIF so much she was born at 7:55pm on a Friday just so she could see the entire lineup.
Katie Compa is a friend of Sue Funke's from a long time ago. On today's podcast they take it to the 'obsessed with Veronica Mars' level. Listen as these two comedian pals guide you through the highs and lows of a show you may never have seen because of awkward marketing.
Media Marketer Elizabeth Lloyd came to discuss how NBC's media marketing missed her and how she and Sue both missed Jesus Christ Super Star. They also go through the Roseanne revival and other stand-out moments that recently occured on TV and TV social. There's some Bravo chat, this time without the Andy Cohen hate and more Bitch Sesh love.
Comedian John Minus comes with transformative 80s cartoons and brings up the greatness of Night Court. Sue and John end up discussing the difference between 80s and 90s cartoons and why Family Guy and Simpson are fundamentally different. Give it a listen, a review, a recommendation to a friend. Thanks so much for listening.