We’re doing it live this week, as DePaul’s Star Trek Celebration will be eating into Kate’s editing time. There’s still plenty of TV to discuss, however, and we kick things off with the comedy and genre entries, including some thoughts on the White House Correspondents Dinner and the Person of Interest, Penny Dreadful, and Houdini & Doyle premieres. Then we move on to the dramas, including some belated pilot talk from Kate—spoiler alert, y’all were right and Vinyl is terrible—and lengthy chats on The Night Manager, The Path, and Underground. Afterward, Dr. West Anthony of Musical Notation joins us at the DVD Shelf to talk New York filming and stern talking-tos in the ‘80s action procedural The Equalizer.

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DVD Shelf: The Equalizer with Dr. West Anthony (1:38:48)

Our Week in Comedy and Genre
2016 White House Correspondents Dinner (4:47)
Jane the Virgin
Person of Interest
premiere (23:03)
Houdini & Doyle pilot (28:14)
Penny Dreadful premiere (32:22)
Game of Thrones (37:51)
DC’s Live Action TV Roundup: Legends of Tomorrow, Arrow, The Flash (40:04)

Our Week in Drama
Kate’s Pilot Catchup (50:32)
The Americans (58:47)
The Night Manager (1:06:56)
The Path
Underground (1:25:57)

Music Featured: Beethoven’s 7th Symphony, II. Allegretto, performed by the London Classical Players; “Back Where I Began” by Pure X; The Equalizer Theme song

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