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Pass The Effin Remote: Ep. 2: The Fall Network Pilots Strike Back
In this episode of Pass The Effin’ Remote, Jack and Aaron discuss the continuing onslaught of the new fall television shows. Aaron admits he enjoys Supernatural more than Dexter. Jack expresses obnoxious joy over Disney’s animated series Gravity Falls. They explore the ridiculous concepts of both 666 Park Avenue and Once Upon A Time. And Aaron sheds a tear for Sons Of Anarchy. Follow @flatlinejack and @aaronflux on Twitter and let them know what TV show you’d like to discuss!
Wilfred Season 3 premiere date, True Blood premiere date, Steve Carrell returning to The Office, The Rock teams up with HBO, Fox cancels Cops, that racist Mountain Dew commercial, Chris Hardwick's new late night talk show, HBO's Vice was disgusting and IFC's Maron rocks.
Bad Robot to make 11/22/63 into a television show, MTV's Scream TV series, Season 4 of Justified was the most watched season, The Vampire Diaries spin off The Originals gets the green light, NBC's new crazy reality competition show The Million Second Quiz, Vanilla Ice Goes Amish.
Breaking Bad has a premiere date, MSN wants to bring back Heroes, Netflix surpasses HBO in US subscribers, Fox renews Glee and cancels The Cleveland Show, Comedy Central's Twitter Comedy Festival, Amazon's best comedy pilots, This week's Losers are American Dad and Hemlock Grove, Winners are The Colbert Report, Rectify and Nathan For You.
Special guest Brett Davern stops by to celebrate the season 3 premiere of MTV's Awkward. He discusses his acting career, professional race car driving, answers your twitter questions and gives some insight into the new season.
History Channel renews Vikings, Jimmy Fallon to replace Jay Leno, Game Of Thrones renewed for a fourth season, Hallmark Channel's The Kitten Bowl, Arrested Development's official premiere date on Netflix, HBO's Vice is great television, Justified's finale, Mad Men premiere, Hannibal's amazing premiere on NBC, Winners and Losers are discussed.
FX announces new network FXX, a Fargo mini-series is coming, The Walking Dead breaks records again, History developing a mini-series just about Jesus, a Gangs Of New York TV series in the works, The Wachowskis bring "Sense8" to Netflix, Splash and The Neighbors continue to baffle our hosts, Winners and Losers are discussed.
Sam Raimi's TV directorial debut, HBO Go for everyong, John Hamm's "lil Don Draper", one brony's hysterically angry email, IFC's Top of The Lake, Patton Oswalt kicks ass in Justified, Louie Anderson dives into a pool, Bob's Burgers' balloon fetish, Losers and Winners are discussed.
Ivan Van Norman from King Of The Nerds stops by, American Horror Story Season 3 gets a title, Ang Lee will direct FX pilot "Tyrant", Kmart and sharks don't mix, Discovery Channel's high wire act, we play Guess The Premise, Winners and Losers are discussed.
Genevieve Pearson from King Of The Nerds is our guest, Justin Timberlake on SNL, Jon Stewart's 12 week hiatus, John Malkovich becomes Blackbeard, The real reason Christina Applegate left Up All Night, Winners and Losers are revealed.
ABC cancels Zero Hour, FX renews Archer, The Bible and Vikings break records for History Channel, Robert Kirkman develops exorcism themed comic book/TV show, Kathy Bates is coming to American Horror Story. The "Holy Fuck" segment returns to celebrate Archer, Justified, Vikings and House Of Cards.
Jovenshire from King Of The Nerds stops by. Breaking Bad gets syndicated on Sundance Channel. Conan O'Brien to host White House Correspondents Dinner. Seth McFarlane's Oscars performance. That Vikings show on History Channel! Justified is still sexy.
Alec Baldwin's a dick, Love You, Mean It cancelled, Community's ratings suck, Djesus Uncrossed, King Of The Nerds, Justified, Archer and Tentacle Porn, That stupid Harlem Shake, Zero Hour's weird premiere, and The Walking Dead still kicking ass.
The Walking Dead breaks records again, Do No Harm gets canceled, James Cromwell gets arrested, Community returns and that silly memo CBS sent to The Grammys producers.
Best And Worst Super Bowl Commercials, Do No Harm Fails At Ratings, Occupy Conan Was Bizarrely Awesome, King Of The Nerds, House Of Cards, The Americans
This week, Jack and Aaron continue their trek through the world of TV.
It's episode number 15 and since Monday was a holiday, Jack and Aaron got drunk.
The Golden Globes, Trey Parker and Matt Stone's new production company, Jimmy Kimmell's successful new time slot and the possibility of a new Star Wars TV show actually happening.
Our intrepid heroes return with a crap ton of news but the only thing that matters, really, is Animal Planet's announcement of the addition of hedgehogs to The Puppy Bowl! A group of promising midseason shows are discussed. And as always, their Winners and Losers Of The Week are revealed.
Shirley MacClaine comes to Downton Abbey, Game Of Thrones has a beer and funerals get their own reality show. Jack and Aaron discuss The Golden Globes nominations and talk about more new shows to look forward to in 2013. Their final "Heroes" and "Losers" of 2012 are revealed.
This is it. Night number 8. Tonight, Aaron decides to throw around ideas with Pass The Effin' Remote co-host Jack Conway of the great things for Jews to do on Christmas. Welcome to the final night of Hanukkah: CHINESE FOOD & A MOVIE.
It's night number 7 and things get serious as Aaron rings in the second to last night of Hanukkah with tonight's dissertation: GUILT.
It's the sixth night of Hanukkah and tonight, Aaron has taken his rants back to the one Hanukkah rant that started it all. Tonight, Aaron delivers his dissertation on the topic that sends him into an emotional tailspin every year at this time. Welcome to night #6: DECORATIONS.
Happy Effin’ Hanukkah! It's Cinco De Hanukkah...or something. If you've been listening, then you know the story. In celebration of Hanukkah, Aaron has gone on a complaining spree!
It's time for night #4. It's time for: FOOD.
Jack and Aaron square off on the latest and greatest goings on in the land of television. They both share the upcoming 2013 mid season replacements and fall shows currently in development. Their Losers and Heroes Of The Week are revealed.
Pass The Effin’ Remote’s Aaron Pruner has invited you all to take a trip down entertainment lane. Joined by Jack Conway, Aaron is here to celebrate (rant about) night #3 of Hanukkah. Tonight's episode: HOLIDAY ENTERTAINMENT!
It's the second night of The 8 Rants Of Hanukkah and Aaron decides it's time to teach Jack the meaning of the festive holiday.
The Festival Of Lights is upon us! Rejoice as Aaron gives you all a gift a night, for the next 8 nights. Get ready, The 8 Rants Of Hannukah is here!
In this episode of Pass The Effin' Remote, our intrepid heroes inundate you with crap load of news. Jack announces this week's awesome Hobbit theme on The Colbert Report. Aaron admits he'd like to see Dr. House as a pirate. They both agree that skipping Season 2 of The Walking Dead isn't a bad idea.
In this week's Pass The Effin' Remote, Jack and Aaron take a break from the TV talk and share some "True Effin' Hollywood Tales". Aaron discusses his time "nerding" it up as Percy on Saban's VR Troopers. Jack recalls his experience being Christopher Walken for a day. Aaron confesses his accidental stalking of Ben Stiller while Jack shares a very cool Joss Whedon story.
It's Thanksgiving week and in this episode of Pass The Effin' Remote, Jack and Aaron discuss some of their favorite food themed TV shows.
In this pulse pounding episode of Pass The Effin' Remote, Jack and Aaron bring you a slew of news items including the Sesame Street Kevin Clash sex abuse allegations, Joe Biden's upcoming appearance on Parks And Recreation and the soon to be released Breaking Bad Porn Parody.
In this episode of Pass The Effin' Remote, Jack returns from his spiritual awakening to find that Aaron is still one grumpy em effer.
In the first ever Halloween episode of Pass The Effin' Remote, @crixlee sits in for Jack who is out kicking ass for The Lord. She and Aaron welcome Adam Green, Joe Lynch and Laura Ortiz from FEARnet's hit TV show Holliston.
In this episode of Pass The Effin' Remote, Jack and Aaron get spooky and talk about horror TV shows.
In episode 3 of Pass The Effin' Remote, we find our intrepid heroes, Jack and Aaron, still deep in the TV pilot trenches.
In their inaugural episode of Pass The Effin' Remote, Jack and Aaron discuss the new Fall network pilots.