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Talking TV With Ryan and Ryan

By Maureen Ryan and Ryan McGee

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The latest and greatest about all things TV from Maureen Ryan and Ryan McGee.

Customer Reviews

like it but...

Mo NEEDS to let Ryan McGee speak sometimes. I mean 98% of the podcast is her. Ryan might as well take a nap especially when there is a guest because she doesnt even try to include McGee in the conversation. She rambles and rambles and rambles. UGH

Good, but let someone else talk

Omg, could the woman shut up for 5 minutes and let someone else talk? You have a guest, for gods sake. We know you didn't like this season of Mad Men. We get it. Let someone else put in their two cents.

Has declined

This used to be a nice chaser to the Firewall & Iceberg podcast, but it has become an old dog which refuses to learn new tricks. Ongoing and new show reviews are one-dimensional (yay characters or nay characters). And oddly, Ryan McGee has morphed from enjoyable fan into a high-brow lecturer critic type. It's like he attended one writer's conference and must now browbeat folks with the phrase "show, don't tell." Also, every episode has at least one instance of Ryan reciting a snarky quip he read somewhere during the week and then pausing for Mo to force a laugh amidst dead air. Meh.

Talking TV With Ryan and Ryan
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  • Category: TV & Film
  • Language: English

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