True Detective, American Horror Story, The Grammys – Important Doings On The Tube
This week, Katey, Patches, David and Da7e are all back in one time-zone and I, Frankenstein is still in theaters, so it’s time to turn our attention to the other glowing rectangle in our lives…our laptop screens. Ok, the 3rd Most Important Glowing Rectangle in our lives, the television. Katey and Patches watched The Grammys and Katey wants to know if the variety of performances made it a live event worth watching, Patches wraps up his Sundance 2014 coverage under heavy questioning from David and all 4 dig into the blurring line between film storytelling and television storytelling by touching on HBOs True Detective (spoiler free!).
Oh, and that SCREEN BITES review of Sherlock Series 3 episode 2 that Da7e is on? THAT’S RIGHT HERE.
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00:00 – 00:42: Lightning Round: Housewife on the Lam!
00:42 – 01:25 Intro: Welcome To Episode 8!
01:25 – 15:34 Katey Tidbit: Performance and Event TV
15:34 – 25:06 Mini-Segment: PatchDance Roundup
25:06 – 45:35 Segment 3: True Detective and the blurring line between film and TV
45:35 – 48:37 Outro
This week’s music:
“Fuel” by Metallica
“Humans From Earth (Alt Version)” by T-Bone Burnett
“1000 Pieces of Light” by Jess