Come with us as we crash full force into abandoned media, so strange and bizarre, seen by millions and forgotten like some terrible fever dream fit during a childhood ailment. Not dead, but still alive though emaciated by the ravages of time and tape decay, in the purgatory of internet video sharing sites. We don't just review, we take you through every confounding moment to try and piece together the mysteries that are failed television pilots. Email us! email@example.com
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Things are getting super spooky but also super horny on the podcast this episode, as we watch a 1993 pilot starring national treasure, Elvira. Unfortunately it doesn't live up to her movie, but we were dying laughing anyway. We also welcome horror an... more
So it's come this, a Piloting Error clip show? No, not quite, but close. We talk out of asses so much we actually have to dedicate entire episodes to correcting ourselves. We also find time to host an award show complete with slapping, and Native Ame... more
Oh boy! What a sopping wet pilot this is. We spend way too much time with three sisters/mermaids as they avenge the death of their father, at the hands of a bizarre fisherman who uses explosives to fish in this 2003 annoyance. Who would have thought ... more
Well researched and hilarious. Hope this podcast gets picked up by a network!
I’m the most boring and hot doctor there is and I give this show five stars for wonderful content, and five stars for “Fun Factor”.
Strikes a good balance between funny and interesting. A little more back story, and research than I expected, in a good way. More than just silly commentary on some failed pilots.
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