Join Antonicus Maximus (Anthony to his friends) and John Soares as they embark on a top to bottom retrospective on every single episode of the classic detective show "Columbo," starring Peter Falk. They'll go into every guest star, every step of the investigation and their personal thoughts on each crime and arrest. And just one more thing! Don't forget to rate, review and subscribe to us on your favorite podcatcher and follow us on twitter:The Ludic Lounge: @LudicLoungeAntonicus: @RojoLoco44John: @just_john_0891Or feel free to email us: email@example.com
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We're Back! This week on the Columbo Files! John and Antonicus (Anthony to his friends) get into Columbo's Season 3 opener, "Lovely but Lethal." This week, the boys discuss the new cast, including Vera Miles as this week's murderer and supporting cas... more
This week on the Columbo Files! John (on behalf of Antonicus) gives a brief update on why they've been away for so long! Remember, friends: Life finds a way. But sometimes it gets IN the way. We'll be back before you know it!
This week on the Columbo Files: John and Antonicus (Anthony to his friends) do some file management when they give their Season 2 rankings! more
I enjoyed John and Antonicus’ take on Columbo enough the first time through that I’m now going back through from the beginning and giving them another listen. I particularly love the depths they’ve gone to research the cast and crew. A lot of that is fun to listen to and not something other Columbo shows have dug into as deeply. Hope they’re able to return for more episodes soon!
I am in the U.K. and Columbo is shown on “Channel 5 Star”, which is fitting because I give this podcast 5 Stars out of 5. Fabulous analysis and professional transitions coupled with incredible guest stars from the olden times make this essential listening and a companion to the series. Regards, Richard Benedictus, London, UK.
I love Columbo and and pretty much all retro murder mysteries. Listening to this podcast scene by scene brings them back to my memory like I just watched them yesterday. I love all the details. Could live without some of the bad language. I’ve always held to the idea that you don’t have to use vulgarity to get your idea or point across. But otherwise this is a great podcast.
What’s with all the swearing and taking the Lord’s name in vain geez grow up. It’s not necessary and shows your laziness with our beautiful language.
The idea to start each podcast with 20 minutes of reading the guest stars IMDB bios is why I'm done with this show. I really wanted new Columbo content but I'm not going to torture myself in the pursuit.
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