Monday, January 18, 2010

Podcast 50: Gigglefest

Direct MP3 Download1 year in and 50 podcasts done. While we did nothing to celebrate this momentous occasion, it is worth noting that we did accomplish it. Aaron came back on this weeks podcast to help us get through the episodes we didn't get around to discussing last week. The conversations got heated a couple of times, but all in all things went quite well. And so that there is no confusion whatsoever, TW5 is extremely grateful to all the men and women who serve in law enforcement. This podcast covers the episodes 2-4 of The West Wing, Season 1.

Various topics discussed in this podcast include:
    Happy 50th podcast TW5!
    Do you gloat?
    What does the Vice President of the United States do?
    Is gambling ok?
    proportional response
    Does peace only come through war?
    writing speeches for others
    Policy for receiving gifts as a member of the government
    Don't forget your anniversary
    Can something be more important than your marriage?
    Jonathon Coulton
    Josh Woodward's track Morning Blue

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Here are the ratings that we gave for each show:
Post Hoc Ergo Propter Hoc: 1hr 3min 43sec
Peter: Television - 4
Joey: Television - 4
Aaron: Television - 7

Proportional Response: 54min 28sec
Peter: Television - 4
Joey: Television - 4
Aaron: Television - 6

5 Votes Down: 48min 4sec
Peter: Television - 5
Joey: Television - 7
Aaron: Television - 6.5

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Abe Washington said...

wish this thing was a live podcast.

Listening to the analysis of Bartlett asks, "When did we lose Texas" and CJ says, "About the time you learned Latin?"

Here's what it really means - The President shuffles aside the criticism of his joke, because it wasn't his joke that lost them Texas. Texas was lost long before he was ever a candidate because Democrat policies are vehemently rejected (Democrats don't win in Texas, no matter the level of sense of humor). Hence, about the same time "[he] learned Latin".

And yes, Latin is a dead language. Tell AoD he can go to Oxford or Yale if he wants to learn it. Or buy Rosetta stone.
And Tolliver reappears again as the Chief of Police in the AWESOME mystery series, Castle, on ABC.

Abe Washington said...

Changing Physicians (Tolliver): "I serve at the Pleasure of the President". Changes happen all the time. The culture and precedent is that there's no crying in baseball.

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