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Tv-and-film

A podcast about how we experience television, by Sean T. Collins & Gretchen Felker-Martin.

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Episode 012: Check It Out!

Nov 21 • 45:51

Enjoying the podcast? Please consider a pledge to Sean's Patreon, now the OFFICIAL Patreon of Cut to Black, to help keep the show afloat: https://patreon.com/theseantcollins...

Episode 011: Tooth Children

Oct 29 • 54:00

Gretchen and Sean discuss the monsters of Channel Zero, Nick Antosca's near-peerless horror anthology series....

Episode 010: University

Oct 8 • 51:31

Gretchen and Sean discuss “University,” *the* pivotal episode of The Sopranos and a landmark in the development of television drama....

Episode 009: Michael K. Williams

Sep 12 • 44:46

Gretchen and Sean remember the life and career of Michael K. Williams, star of The Wire and Boardwalk Empire....

Episode 008: Streaming Exclusively on Corncob TV

Aug 30 • 53:27

Gretchen and Sean discuss the "Coffin Flop" sketch from Tim Robinson's I Think You Should Leave, an entry point into the "vast wasteland" of commercial TV....

Episode 007: Smallfolk

Aug 10 • 57:26

Spinning out of the moment when his nervous troops overhear Robb Stark being declared the King in the North, Gretchen and Sean discuss the role of peasants, soldiers, slaves, and the underclasses generally in Game of Thrones....

Episode 006: Let the Mystery Be

Jul 23 • 55:19

Episode 005: The Doctor Said He'll Never Golf Again

Jul 4 • 51:26

Episode 004: Crackerjack

Jun 7 • 45:38

Gretchen and Sean discuss Michael Sheen's extraordinary performance as the deeply troubled sportscaster Caspian Wint in the HBO mockumentary 7 Days in Hell as they attempt to answer the eternal question: Comedy—threat or menace?...

Episode 003: Big Meaty Men Slapping Meat

May 25 • 48:49

Gretchen and Sean tackle the greatest fight scene ever filmed, the street fight between Dan Dority and Captain Turner in Deadwood Season 3, as part of a wide-ranging discussion of great (and not so great) fight scenes across film and television....

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