Cartoons: The actual final frontier. The starship Pilot House embarks on a new mission: discussing their first cartoon…and boy is it a strange new world. Tune in for an in-depth discussion on space design, regulation facial hair, and the importance of legs.
We’re absolutely in heaven talking about the pilot of NBC’s The Good Place….or are we? Season Two arrives with a bang discussing this unconventional sitcom!
A brief chat announcing the upcoming arrival of season two on January 8th! As well as news about our brand spanking new Patreon, and our other podcasts. All delivered with the delightful repartee you’ve come to love on Pilot House.
We end our triumphant first season by looking back on the shows we watched, recounting how many we “picked up for syndication” as it were, and talking about our ideas for Season Two. See you in December!
Breaking their own rules, Sarah and Strangely chat about Wynonna Earp a mere six weeks after their first episode about it, and after watching only five episodes. What happened in those five episodes that meant they simply MUST have a catch-up session? And how punchy does Sarah get when she consumes too much sugar during the podcast? Find out in this episode, which is sadly not actually sponsored by Dick’s Drive-In.
It’s time to catch up with Lost Girl! Sarah and Strangely have both finished the first season and have SO MANY feelings. Strangely suspects someone is bald and Sarah has a confession to make about torsos in this informal bonus chat.
James Cameron’s turn-of-the-century sci fi action show about the murky future of Seattle in 2019 captures the hearts of these podcasters in the murky now of Seattle in 2018. Should we start a band called The Murky Now? The answers to many other questions are in this week’s episode!
Saddle up for supernatural old west shenanigans with Wynonna Earp! Ancient curses, demon bikers, and weirdly pretty rodeo champs turn out to be just our cup of whiskey-laced tea! Strangely discovers a Greek god and Sarah admits that she’s trash as they dig into this recent production from Canada’s TV mines.
Your hosts discuss how they both got a very similar “meh” from two very different shows: dreary modern crime drama “The Killing” and over-the-top 80s cop comedy “Sledge Hammer!”
The stakes are high and the costumes are comical in the CW’s 2013 attempt to make a sexy show about child marriages in the…I wanna say late middle ages? Don’t @ us, just listen and laugh with us as we try to find the silver lining of Reign.