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Two Hundred A Day

By Nathan Paoletta

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Description

Two Hundred a Day is a podcast by Nathan D. Paoletta and Epidiah Ravachol. We are exploring the intensely weird and interesting world of the 70s TV detective show The Rockford Files. Half celebration and half analysis, we break down episodes of the show and then analyze how and why they work as great pieces of narrative and character-building. In each episode of Two Hundred a Day, we watch an episode, recap and review it as fans of the show, and then tease out specific elements from that episode that hold lessons for writers, gamers and anyone else interested in making better narratives.

Customer Reviews

Finally

Nate & Eppy do an affectionate and extremely knowledgeable podcast -- great interaction, great information and such onviouse love for the best private eye show of all time. If you love Rockford, you'll love this!

Really liking this

I’ve been watching Rockford Files all my life, but until now I would never have been able to articulate why I like it so much.
I’m loving the conversation. I’m still catching up to the podcast (I’m on episode 10), but I really hope someone tells Eppy that the show does not star James Gard-ner!
[Edit: finally acknowledged in episode 14]

A Study in Media

This is a fantastic podcast! Not only is it an exploration of a classic quality tv show, it is a reflection on the nature of television itself, asking questions about storytelling, fiction, and drama.
Anyone interested in the art of acting, film, or how narrative functions should check out this show.

It is also a meditation on The Rockford Files, episode by episode. Maybe some of the listeners will be too young to remember this show. Don't miss out because of this! Get the DVDs or watch it on Streaming from Netflix or Hulu, or elsewhere.
I saw this show as a 1st grader, kindergarten kid (and younger), but missed out on many of the nuances. i just liked the fancy car, James Garner's voice, and the detective/mystery aspect. As an adult, I see much more in the show, and this podcast is an excellent vehicle for opening up to this deeper understanding.

It's a fun TV Show and a terrific Podcast!

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