The StewOver Podcast 1.0: Tuna Boat Kickstarter Ed...

On this week’s StewOver Podcast Ed, Dave, Chas, and Burner discuss movies, TV, and technology. Subscribe to the StewOver Podcast This week we begin anew: Dave takes a pass on thick British accents. We digress on a little loved or remembered video game. We give Roland Emmerich...

StewCast 3.7: Dave has a Cold Edition

On this week’s StewCast Kevin, Dave and Burner discuss what’s going on in sports and entertainment. Subscribe to the StewCast This week nothing gets plugged: Our movie talk remains as current as ever. We reestablish our Penises Seen stance Gus Fringe suffers...

StewCast 2.11: Kevin Suffers a Deep Loss Edition

On this week’s StewCast Dave, Kevin and Burner discuss what’s going on in sports and entertainment. Subscribe to the StewCast This week pessimism reigns: Kevin begs Tim Burton to just go away. Our weekly obsession with NBC continues. Dave and Kevin try to convince Burner...

Parks and Recreation: Election Night

In many ways endings, be they season or series, are good things when it comes to television shows. They’re freeing in a way. Without the need for sustaining the status quo a show can take chances, change things up. Consequences are for after the summer, or left to the...

StewCast 2.10: NBC is Still a Mess Edition

On this week’s StewCast Dave, Kevin and Burner discuss what’s going on in sports and entertainment. Subscribe to the StewCast This week we put our grumpy pants on: Kevin tells us why he’s uninterested in The Avengers We all express contempt for NBC’s new shows. Dave and Kevin agree the lawyers will be the only winners in the former players’ lawsuit against the NFL. All that and a Listener Contest!  Listen to the podcast, then leave your submissions in the comments, best one wins a totally bad ass Witcher 2 t-shirt. Stew Over it! http://stewover.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/stewcast2.10.mp3Podcast...

Parks and Recreation: End of the Trail

Another pretty standard day on the Knope for city council campaign. After last weeks hit and miss debate episode this week sticks to the formula of Leslie doing something bumbling that looks like it will hurt her but then it all works out in the end. This week’s campaign foul...

StewCast 2.9: Billionaires Cook Up New, Crazy Ways to Kill Poor People

On this week’s StewCast Dave, Kevin and Chas discuss what’s going on in sports and entertainment. Subscribe to the StewCast This week we tackle major societal issues: A billionaire comes up with a complicated historical scheme to drown poor people The Avengers conquers the rest of the world while America waits impatiently Judd Apatow fails to continue box office dominance “Delicate Rose” ends Dave’s basketball season We all become skilled handymen thanks to a crappy magazine: Stew Over it! http://stewover.com/wp-content/uploads/2012/05/stewcast2.9.mp3Podcast (rss2cat47): Play in new window |...

StewCast 2.8: Stan Van Gundy Approved!

On this week’s StewCast Burner, Dave and Kevin discuss what’s going on in sports and entertainment. Subscribe to the StewCast This week we get passionate: Dave tells us what he really thinks about Morgan Spurlock. We give props to Mad Men for shaking up its format and...

Parks and Recreation: Unintended Consequences

Parks and Rec returns from its spring hiatus with more campaign hijinks and more looking towards the future. This week finds the Knope for City Council Campaign working to restore a cut in the parks department budget. The badgering of a retiring council member (The West Wing’s...

Parks and Recreation Galentine’s Day

Let’s face it, since the pit was filled in Ann Perkins has been a bit of a character adrift.   Generally two things happen to Ann, she gets sucked into Leslie’s wackiness or she has some sort of relationship issue.  If asked to describe her character you would end up with...

Parks and Recreation: The Gang Goes Bowling

Amy Poehler and the writers of Parks and Recreation must manage a tricky balance with the character of Leslie Knope.  On the one hand Leslie’s enthusiasm and drive and dedication are what makes her an endearing character, it’s fundamental to who she is.  On the other...

Parks and Recreation, What Paul Rudd Wants…

Oh, Paul Rudd, are you ever not delightful? Tonight’s Parks and Recreation was primarily about a problem that is only really a problem for fictional politicians, should they “go negative.”   This is something a real politician never worries about, which always makes the issue...

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