As this season comes to an end, so do our favorite shows. This week, Mike and Rick talk about the ending of The Office, a show watched by millions. After that, Rick is joined by Dan Herman to discuss Season 8 of How I met Your Mother. They also talk about all the theories of who the mother could have been. Turn off your TVs and listen up to TV’s Now On. THERE WILL BE SPOILERS!!!!
With Extreme Rules having taken place this past Sunday, there was a lot material for us to banter over as is usually the case on a PPV week. This is a long one, but that just means more time with your (wrestling) buddies. Apologies to Mick Foley are in order for getting Matt Damon’ed. We intend on discussing his latest documentary piece next week, but we said that last week, so who knows.
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In a more optimistic show this week, Mike and Bryce analyze the latest offerings from both TNA and WWE while also offering a “sneak preview” of their commentary on the latest Mick Foley/WWE joint. The real deal will be coming next week, but in the mean time, click that download button and take in the sweet sounds and shenanigans that only The Wrestling Buddies can provide.
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It’s here! The first promo for Joss Whedon’s new show, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. After the mega success of The Avengers, Marvel is making a spin-off show of the film. I am extremely excited for this. Joss is back on TV and not with FOX. The show will be on ABC and is being run not only by Joss Whedon, but also his brother Jed, and Maurissa Tancharoen. All three have worked on Dollhouse and Dr. Horrible’s Sing-Along blog.
The show brings back Clark Gregg to reprise his role as Agent Phil Coulson. Agent Coulson will gather a team of special agents to investigate the strange and unknown. The cast will include: Ming-Na Wen, Brett Dalton Chloe Bennet, Lain De Caestecker and Elizabeth Henstridge. I can’t wait for the premier and I highly recommend people to watch. As you know from watching The Avengers, an ensemble cast is what Whedon does best.