The Big Lebowski

Popspotting #120: “Bogart, Dexter & Dude” (Sept. 2, 2011)

The Big LebowskiWe start off Feedback Friday with movie talk: a classic noir suggestion (Bogart & Bacall), a Lebowski virgin (spoiler alert: he liked it), and a crazy, stupid review (Emma Stone rocks). Then it’s on to your favorite books, and a shared love of a serial killer.

We can’t say it enough: we’re powered primarily by your comments here, on Facebook, Twitter, via e-mail and voicemail. Whether you’re recommending something, responding to something, or just checking in, we love it.

Got something to say? Give us a call at (815) 310-0808. Don’t worry, it’s Google Voice, you won’t be waking us in the middle of the night! It’s great to hear your voices, and it’s better for everyone to offer something besides our own droning tones!

Game of Thrones

Popspotting #115: “Modern Thrones of 1972”

Game of Thrones

Many new voices are heard in this week’s “Feedback Friday” podcast, covering “Modern Family,” and “Game of Thrones.” And a couple of listeners share their own top songs of 1972. لعبه القمار (Alas, we can’t listen to “Stuck In The Middle With You” by Stealers Wheel without getting an earache. موقع كاش يو ) We hope more of you make the leap to the voicemail line, helping give everyone a break from our voices! Again, the number to call is 815-310-0808. لعبة طاولة 31 اون لاين مجانا

Tim Riggins | Taylor Kitsch

Popspotting #110: “Captain Riggins” (Aug. 19, 2011)

Tim Riggins | Taylor KitschOur take on “Captain America” raised a few hackles, with listeners sharing some of what we missed in the Marvel backstory. سباق الخيل السعودي But our love for “Friday Night Lights” was definitely well received. افتتاح يورو ٢٠٢١ Despite some “sad realism,” the lives of the people in Dillon, Texas won our hearts. And the five-season run was satisfying enough that a new movie is not necessarily a good thing.

Also on tap, a “Breaking Bad” podcast connection, questions about the future of “The Walking Dead,” and two thumbs up for “Misfits.” Finally, “The Glades” makes a play for Jen’s attention by appealing to her Florida roots. احد انواع العاب الترفيه

Your feedback is what keeps us going, so if anything we say (or fail to say) makes you laugh (or cry), please don’t hesitate to let us know. You can comment here on the blog, post over on Facebook, hit us up on Twitter, or send us an email at

Popspotting #105: “Rewire” (Aug. 12, 2011)

Let The Right One In

After our break, we start to dive into some of the great feedback we got while we were in San Diego, starting with Swedish romantic horror films. Perhaps a future Movie Monday double feature? There’s a lot of love out there for “The Wire,” at least one tiny shred of love for “The Killing. الفرق المتاهله في اليورو

The Swell Season

Popspotting #92: “Wailin’ Brave” (July 15, 2011)

The Swell Season

This week’s Feedback Friday opens with a couple of musical gems (The Wailin’ Jennys and The Swell Season), then races through books (Sarah Vowell and “Robopocalypse“), TV (“Shameless“), movies (“Highlander,” “Cars 2” and “Brave“) and yes, once again, “Firefly.”

Next week is Comic-Con, and we’re bringing the whole family out to San Diego! While that means we’ll be soaking in all kinds of news and stories to tell on our podcast, we may not be putting out our regular set of daily shows. We hope you’ll stick with us, though! كيفية لعب البوكر

In the mean time, we encourage you to catch up on any shows you might have missed… and more importantly, maybe take a moment to send us an email. What topics would you like us to tackle? Are our shows still too short, or getting too long? مشاهدة قناة beoutq Is a daily podcast a treat, or a challenge to keep up with? نتائج مباريات كوبا امريكا 2022 We make Popspotting for you, so we’d love to know what you want!

Need more awesomeness? Watch The Swell Season cover “Two Headed Boy” by Neutral Milk Hotel on AV Udercover!

The Swell Season covers Neutral Milk Hotel

Popspotting #87: Too Much Information (July 8, 2011)

Once again, our Feedback Friday show serves up a grand buffet of topics. From “L.A. Woman” to “Foxy Brown,” from “Toy Story” to the Muppets, and who hasn’t heard of the “Wilhelm Scream“? The call goes out for a spoiler show on “The Hunger Games” trilogy, more share their “Firefly” fandom, and we hear from a fan of Laura Linney. (We need more convincing.) Finally, as a follow-up to our food show, Jen and I decide to share the story of how we met. We promise we kept the mushy stuff to a minimum.

Should we go full “book club” and plan ahead for a “Hunger Games” podcast where we go all-out in talking about what happens and what we thought? كريستيانو في اي فريق Should we avoid the temptation to tell random personal stories about ourselves? Only you can answer these questions! العاب رمضان كريم

Popspotting #82: California Killing (July 1, 2011)


“I want to get back to my city by the bay…” We have a great Feedback Friday show, thanks to you! We’re so glad you enjoyed our last music show, and today we talk about some great songs about California that didn’t make Jen’s list last week, and get a couple of listening recommendations. We turn to TV to talk the ill-fated NBC show “The Event,” the shortlived Joss Whedon show “Dollhouse,” and the controversial season finale of “The Killing.” Finally, we can confirm that the official “Breaking Bad” podcast will return with the upcoming fourth season, premiering July 17. Subscribe in iTunes today!

Raising Hope

Popspotting #77: “Raising Lady Justified” (June 24, 2011)

Raising HopeIt’s Feedback Friday! As usual, the show is packed with great stuff today. سعر اشتراك يورو 2022 You tell us about “Raising Hope” on Fox, seeing Lady Gaga live (rest in peace, Clarence Clemons), iPhone camera app hoarding, “Justified,” “Terriers,” “Torchwood,” “The Hunger Games,” “Jennifer Government,” and the official “Breaking Bad” podcast.

You got us thinking… what musicians or bands do you most want to see live?

Special thanks to Anne-Sophie Reinhardt of Zurich, Switzerland, who’s blogging at My Intercontinental Life, and has started podcasting herself!


Popspotting #72: “Hockey and Parenthood” (June 17, 2011)

ParenthoodFor this “Feedback Friday,” Jen issues a big mea culpa for her hockey faux pas, we hear from yet another fan of NBC’s “Parenthood,” we’re encouraged to read some Jeannette Walls, and fellow geek Steve Bryson shares a list of his favorite iPhone apps.

It was a relatively quiet week, and listener Amber notes that it can be tricky to keep up with a daily podcast. مباريات اليورو 2022 To help, we’ve set up the ability to subscribe to our show via email. Using the form on the right, you can get each new Popspotting episode emailed to you, so you can easily see what’s on tap or catch up if you’ve missed a few days. مباريات يورو 2023

We also want to thank our listeners who are checking into “Popspotting” on GetGlue, and to send our deepest gratitude to those who’ve written reviews of our show in the iTunes music store.

Hard to believe this episode already marks four weeks of daily shows. اسرار لعبة الضومنة And so far, it’s been a fun and rewarding experiment. But we rely on you and your feedback to know how we’re doing, to know what we should be doing, and to keep going.

We appreciate every comment, tweet, like, email, and call. Thank you for all your support!

Battlestar Galactica Poster

Popspotting #67: Feedback Friday (June 10, 2011)

Battlestar Galactica PosterIf you missed the awesomeness that was the “Battlestar Galactica” reboot, you’ve got another chance. BBC America is going to start running the show as part of its “Supernatural Saturday” lineup beginning tomorrow, June 11. That’s just one of the things we learned today from our listeners during “Feedback Friday.”

Also mentioned, “Galaxy Quest” and “Justified,” plus more love for Lady Gaga, the Foo Fighters, “Modern Family” and “Sons of Anarchy.”

We thrive on feedback, so please don’t hold back. Share your thoughts on movies, TV, music, books, or anything else, and we’ll try to include it in the show! You can leave a voicemail at 815-310-0808, email us at, or comment here on the blog, on Facebook, or on Twitter.


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