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The Americans TV Project

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Description

The Americans podcast reviews how two Soviet intelligence agents Elizabeth and Philip Jennings pose as a married couple to spy on the American government. We comment on the adventures of Elizabeth, Philip and their family and neighbors as they pose as a married couple to spy on the American government.

Customer Reviews

Poorly done

I made it 10 minutes into one episode of this podcast. It started with unfunny banter, moved into a discussion of the disease that gave the TV episode its name – without explaining any context, stole some content from Slate's The Americans podcast, and then and it up in groundless (and off-topic) speculation about why FX did an O.J. Simpson show.

When the hosts finally got around to analyzing the episode, they seemed incapable of grasping the subtleties of the series. One of the hosts actually postulated that the series is optimistic "if you're an American." Talk about missing the point.

Not worth your time.

stop with the dumb jokes !

Why all the laughing at your stupid comments ? You are not funny. There is no intelligent analysis of the show at all !

The Worst

As much as I love the show, I just can't listen to these two. The female thinks she's terribly witty and laughs at just about everything she says; intolerable.

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