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Steele in the Chips
Join Wil and Mikey for hijinks of the steele variety! Wil goes on a rant for the ages and Mikey tries wistfully to defend a show that has a lot of very serious, very real problems. It’s like the odd couple in podcast form!
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11 thoughts on “Episode 12 Remington Steele”
Whoa, did Wil get a new Mic and/or changing his audio settings? Mikey is all balanced and gorgeoooooooous and Wil sounds a little broad and a few levels above Mikey. Or am I nitpicking and should just be glad to be receiving this wonderful gift which you have brought before us?
You ought to praise and worship, you fool!
Ah, I loved this show as a teenage girl in the 80s. Now I understand why I needed so much therapy as an adult. Ha!
1) Steele has to name a film, along with its year and studio, in every episode. Not doing it would be like Kenny not dying in South Park (says a guy who hasn’t watched South Park in more than a decade). It was kind of tenuous in this episode, because it happened late in the episode and it didn’t really drive his actions.
2) The corporate guy offered $10 million so that he could destroy the cookies. I guess he wins, since the goat did it for free.
3) If the opening credits weren’t that long, you wouldn’t get to hear the entire Mancini song.
4) I haven’t seen Mad Mad Mad Mad World, so now I wonder how much homage was paid to it.
Ummm…how is this different than listening to my grandparents ramble on about Nixon?
It’s not talking about Nixon?
Another great episode guys!
I just want to point out another issue with the episode. How is a calorie free cookie going to solve world hunger? Since humans need to burn calories to survive, scientifically this would just make people feel full as they starve to death. Wil, I was hoping that you would catch this! Of course, that’s probably too much analysis for an episode of Remington Steele:)
I just started binging TV Crimes and can’t get that damn $40 hold music out of my head. Whistling it yesterday I realized that it’s very reminscient of the Excitebike music. Has anyone else noticed this?
I think it’d GREAT that 3 days after this aired someone fixed the wiki page! 🙂
Y’all should do Scarecrow and Mrs. King as an episode of TV Crimes. Similar duo to the Remington Steele duo with the will-they-wont-they drama.
Also, I’d love to see the Rockford Files as an episode. Or maybe I wouldn’t, since you’d point out all of the flaws… 🙂
I appreciate the NBA Jam reference.