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Updated July 2020
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On today's episodes, Lucifer breaks up with Eve and begins to define himself outside of his relationship with her or Chloe. After going to bat for humanity, Amenadiel is faced with his first experience with systemic racism and police brutality. During the course of this discussion, the movie Mary mentions is The Hate U Give and the case Alli discus…
 
After Chloe puts her life on the line to save him, Lucifer realizes that he's maybe, not quite ready to be done with their partnership. This leads to an attempt to split his life in half: relishing in his devilish ways outside of work via partying with Eve and responsibility/maturity via his work with Chloe. Go back to therapy, Lucifer! You need it…
 
This week we're introduced to someone I like to think of as the anti-Cain: a side to a love triangle that doesn't suck. Welcome to the show, Eve! Chloe and Lucifer's relationship implodes after Chloe considers poisoning Lucifer, lies to him and remains generally freaked out by his devil-ness. Linda, Maze and Amenadiel have a wonderful B plot involv…
 
After discussing what it means to be an admittedly imperfect & blithe podcast about a (supernatural) police procedural, we have decided to continue on with Lucifer. That being said, we will be discussing the implicit pro-police bias that a show like has a byproduct of its heroes being cops. Dissecting this bias is something we should have been doin…
 
Hello listeners! We had planned on releasing our interview with Sheri Elwood this week, but circumstances in the United States being what they are, we did not feel it's the appropriate time for our general lighthearted discussion, when the focus should be on the protests and Black Lives Matter. Television is a reprieve, but there are times when we …
 
Things are AMPED for the season three Lucifer finale: Pierce is exposed as a dick and Lucifer is exposed as the devil. Other big changes are afoot as Charlotte shuffles off this mortal coil to heaven, with Amenadiel regaining his angel wings to escort her. RIP girl! These episodes are a wall to wall blast. Also, stay tuned for a special ep next wee…
 
This week on the pod, we discuss the semi-dreaded Chloe/Cain relationship, which goes from 0 to 80 back to 0 to 100 and finally back once again to 0. While Chloe is dealing with the emotional whiplash, Lucifer is off losing his sh*t during an attempt at an emotional breakthrough. Maze is still pissed, Charlotte and Amenadiel are friends now, and Da…
 
Season three continues its own little hell loop for Lucifer, as he gets close to chloe-->get scared and push chloe away-->oops she's too far away--->looks like I've blown it. Unfortunately for him, Pierce/Marcus/Cain is there to pick up the pieces as Chloe semi-reluctantly agrees to date him. Meanwhile, Maze takes a dive off the deep end and Charlo…
 
Lucifer S3's first arc comes to an end, & while it's not exactly a whimper, it's also definitely not a bang. The sinnerman is just some guy, working for Cain, who is Pierce & actually the Sinnerman, except we don't really care about the sinnerman now. Linda & Amenadiel are horny & Maze notices; she's displeased. Chloe agrees to an Ocean's 11-style …
 
Lucifer season three continues it's flirtation with an overall plot; this week, we're in the playing hard-to-get phase. Sinnerman who? Never heard of him. Instead, we're spending some time getting to know the real Charlotte Richards while Lucifer regresses to his early season two emotional state. Still, there are some great eps and moments here so …
 
We're getting into Lucifer season 3 this week by talking about the first four episodes. The season plot isn't much more than a blip on the radar: we're briefly introduced to the concept of the sinnerman, but it's mostly dropped for episodic murders. Lucifer has wings, but no devil face; Chloe's got problems with Pierce, the new boss; and everyone e…
 
We've reached the end of Lucifer season two, and the end our time with Mum, long may she reign in her own universe. Chloe investigates mum's various accidental crimes while team supernatural is deciding what to do with mum and the blade. Linda gets caught in the crossfire, with Amenadiel to the rescue. Lucifer boots mum out of our reality, and prom…
 
Week two of remote recording continues as we near the end of Lucifer season 2. Lucifer, in what we discuss as misguided attempt to protect Chloe's power of choice, gets married to someone else. Chloe is endlessly forgiving, so they return to being work partners. Later, in one of the show's best one-off eps, we meet God. Or do we?? Send us your thou…
 
To start, we want to acknowledge the audio quality for this ep is not up to our usual standard. Due to COVID-19, we are under a safer in place order here in LA & are working through recording remotely. Things will improve every ep. Thanks for sticking with us! Over on Lucifer, things have escalated greatly. Deckerstar is basically a go, until Chloe…
 
As we talk about constantly on the show, Lucifer is great for a Netflix binge. We suspect with the goings-on in the world currently and various quarantines this will be more true than normal. Join us, you'll have a blast! This week, we've got Chloe and Lucifer growing closer, much to Mum's chagrin. Dan gets it on with the goddess of all creation. M…
 
This week on Lucifer we meet a new member of the celestial family, and he is not out here for fun times and wacky hijinks. In fact, he wants Lucifer to choose: send mum back to hell, or chloe will die. Lucifer chooses option three, killing his bro, sending him into a misery spiral that ends with him twinning Dan. Meanwhile, Linda is fully looped in…
 
Mum's here! Is she good, is she bad, is she played by Battlestar Galactica's Number Six? The answer is yes, and she (along with bubbly Ella) makes an excellent addition to Lucifer. Luci, Amenadiel and Maze deal with the mum problem, as Chloe and Dan get back to work and we wave goodbye to Palmetto: RIP, you were basically meaningless. Chloe and the…
 
This week's Lucifer finale meets with the end of Palmetto, which rapidly loses any real relevance to the story. Lucifer is out and about, trying to figure out what the deal is with Chloe and having a genuinely terrible day. Amenadiel makes the smart choice of taking on a new personality and helping Lucifer out of his myriad troubles. A kidnapping, …
 
After a set of episodes last week that dealt with Lucifer's personal growth, this week we have a trio of episodes that focus on the Chloe/Lucifer relationship. First, Lucifer makes and loses a new friend, then Chloe gets dumped over text and finally we get the focus on a word that will repeat so much over the show you won't believe it: vulnerable. …
 
Alli and Mary chat episodes 4-7 of Lucifer season one this week. What's amazing about these eps is the clear beginning of an arc that culminates in Netflix's season 4: who is Lucifer? Who has he been? Who does he want to become? These episodes deal with the protection and then rejection of his wings. Meanwhile, Chloe's ghosts come back to haunt her…
 
Alli and Mary are back, and for our new season we're discussing Lucifer, your traditional male/female cop show with a biblical twist. Can this show be a little cheesy, a little sleazy and a touch formulaic? Well, sure, but it's also a ton of fucking fun. A silly premise is presented with an earnestness and care. The cast is dope. The music is a bla…
 
This episode, obviously, contains SPOILERS. Listen at your own risk. This week, Alli and Mary talk Rise of Skywalker, yet another controversial piece of a trilogy marred by wonky behind-the-scenes machinations. We discuss the breakneck pacing, Ben Solo, our lovely trio, and how the whole thing fits together, Phantom Menace to present. Remember, the…
 
Alli, Mary and special guest Alex finally catch up to present with The Last Jedi as we prepare for The Rise of Skywalker in just two days (!!). Last Jedi is controversial, moreso even than the prequels due to recency bias, and that is not a totally undeserved reputation. Last Jedi has high highs and low lows. We discuss Star Wars in the era of Marv…
 
Alli and Mary jump into Finn, Kylo Ren and Rey's characters at length, their journeys and her strengths/weaknesses: look folks, Rey isn't perfect, and if I have to hear the term Mary Sue again I'm gonna lose it. Force Awakens might be lacking a bit in original plot, but it's full of heart and character. The scenery is gorgeous and the music is love…
 
Alli and Mary reach the end of the prequel trilogy this week with Revenge of the Sith. After two movies of wobbling and somewhat unclear character development for Anakin, Sith is forced to do the heavy lifting of getting him all the way to Darth Vader. Unfortunately, in doing so, we jettison all development for Padme and make the Jedi look like obl…
 
The toughest part watching of Attack of the Clones, and subsequently spending an hour talking about it, is all of the unrealized potential. The concepts, the story, the ideas are solid and intriguing. We could spend literally hours talking about minor (and major) tweaks would vastly improve the whole endeavor. Alli repurposes an old Red Letter Medi…
 
In what is sure to prove MBT's biggest Star Wars positivity challenge, this week's podcast talks 1999's The Phantom Menace. We won't lie to you: we don't have the child-nostalgia for this film that some do, and without that, the movie is dull. We discuss what we think could be changed for improvement, but also where we think there are some story an…
 
We're continuing our Star Wars chat with the original controversial Star Wars film: Return of the Jedi. We talk the implications of slave Leia, the dope Jabba's palace sequence and dig deep into the implications of the Emporer/Vader/Luke scene when combined with prequel knowledge. We have special guest Alex on this week, helping us round out our OT…
 
This week we return to a galaxy far, far away to discuss the relative benefits of Tauntaun warmth vs. a good naked snuggle, Han's desperation to be loved, watching Star Wars in an opinion vacuum, and Yoda: Master Troll. We're having a great time attempting to link the the stories with the prequels and sequels, and going over how age and perspective…
 
Alli and Mary are taking a brief break from the medium of television to dive into the oft-discussed, completely beloved and never beaten realm of STAR WARS. We're going original release order, starting with sass-master Leia, reluctant-hero Han and innocently hopeful Luke in A New Hope. Ever had a favorite pair of pajamas you curl up in on a rainy d…
 
We've reached the end of iZombie, a show that had the potential to be some fun escapist fantasy and never really hit the mark. After seasons of impressive finales, the final season's feels like a true limp to the finish. We gets some spy drama, some death drama, some kill drama. In the end, Blaine gets pushed down a well and left to his fate, Ravi …
 
Trigger Warning: There's discussion of rape as a plot device throughout this episode. As suddenly and pointlessly as Liv's dad enters her life and the storyline, he leaves. Thought you were going to get some interesting emotional drama with Liv? Nope, not on this show! The rest of Liv's family skedaddles too. Blaine is still around, not being a str…
 
Remember in the early season of iZombie, when we'd ask a question or nitpick something and then the show would answer a few eps later? And we gave them so many snaps for that? Well, the show does it again here, but inverted to be cringe-y and terrible. Hey, did you know Liv's family is still around? Also, she has a dad? And he's both Beanpole Bob A…
 
This week Alli and Mary discuss the beginning of the final season of iZombie. Unfortunately, the first four episodes underwhelm. The season is messy, getting a bit too big for it's britches with social messaging, committing to exactly nothing while comparing itself to everything. Tonally, we're dealing with a sobbing Major juxtaposed with a dance c…
 
We've reached the end of season 4 izombie. The penultimate ep is a bunch of treading water where Major and Liv play house and not much else happens. The finale, like every season, jam-packs all the season's action into one episode: Liv is captured, Major/Ravi/Clive/Peyton team up to save her, Blaine and dad have yet another falling out and the zomb…
 
We've reached the portion of the iZombie season cycle with the boring filler. This time, we're dealing with a dying teen girl immune to the zombie virus. In typical Rob Thomas fashion, this character/actor is reused in the new Veronica Mars; she's not super interesting in either. Hey, remember when Liv had a mom and brother? Are they in Seattle? Ar…
 
Our iZombie binge continues into the middle of season four. We continue whatevering over some portions of lore and specifics, which allows us to enjoy this season significantly more than the last. Finally, FINALLY Liv has developed a personality and some agency as she takes over as the morally grey Renegade. Major and Chase Graves continue their ir…
 
We're back to iZombie after our brief foray back into Veronica Mars. Alli is starting a brand new style of watching the show: embracing the binge style and whatevering the rest. With that in mind, we enter New Seattle, a zombie haven run by Fillmore Graves. It's a brave new world, where Liv can live and solve crimes openly. Ravi has become a were-z…
 
The word of the day is: controversy. The Veronica Mars revival ends with a literal bang & our twitter feed has not been the same since. The final 10-15 min of the ep overshadows the rest of what we feel was a solid season & brings up several big questions: what do creators owe to fans? Is this more pronounced in television? How effective are reviva…
 
Veronica Mars is back: back with Logan, back in Neptune, back working with Keith, back putting the sass in sassypants. Alli & Mary are happy to join her in these first revival four episodes: we talk about Veronica's bad behavior, all our new friends & suspects, Dick's inexplicable presence and make some predictions for the end of season four. Some …
 
Alli and Mary return to Neptune to discuss a bit of the second book and what we think might happen in the Veronica Mars Revival. Some predictions are more on point than others. To paraphrase Weevil, though, there are some big "I told you so"s a-comin'. Next week we'll be releasing the an ep covering the first four episodes of the season and then th…
 
Well, season 3 of iZombie was certainly a season of television that happened. Why it happened the way it did remains a bit of a mystery for your intrepid MBT podcaster. Major continues his heroic effort to actually have a character arc, while everyone else languishes in an unchanging haze. Seattle is officially Zombieville, y'all, and that should b…
 
Alright folks, buckle in because this week we're talking FOUR episodes of iZombie. To try to keep the negativity to, well, at least a low burn we've decided to look at larger chunks of the show. This way, we can focus on season and character arcs, such as they are. This week, we discuss primarily how easily the first six to seven episodes could hav…
 
This week on Must Be Tuesday, Alli and Mary discuss a question we have't faced before: what to do when a show drops in quality and you don't know if it will get better. As our listeners have surely noted, we are not loving the direction of iZombie this season: characters are swinging wildly through inconsistent arcs that circle around and lead exac…
 
This week on iZombie, the Peyton and Blaine train keeps rolling, much to the chagrin of your hosts. No explanation for Peyton's behavior or the group's willingness to trust Blaine's perspective is forthcoming, so we're forced to assume everyone on the show got hit with the stupid stick. Meanwhile, Major is slowly dying and Fillmore Graves remains s…
 
On this week's episode, Alli and Mary discuss Clive, Liv and Major and how they're dealing with the potential new zombie hometown... wait, just kidding, it's hard to focus on anything that isn't the TERRIBLE and CRINGEWORTHY Blaine/Peyton/Ravi love triangle. You guys ready for an old fashioned Must Be Tuesday "What the Fuck Are They Thinking?" rant…
 
Season three begins as we've never known iZombie before: with Clive climbing the character power rankings to #1 and Ravi falling to dead ass last. For some reason, we've piled on the CW Drama (tm) and added a full blown love triangle that torpedos Peyton and Ravi's personalities. In other news, Team Z has grown mercenary-size, and Clive is conflict…
 
On iZombie's season 2 finale, we finally get a full on zombie fight and a ton of potentially cool setup for next season. Ravi, Peyton and Blaine spend their time setting up a love triangle while dealing with Mr. Boss. Meanwhile, Major, Liv and Clive deal with Max Rager and an imminent possible zombie apocalypse. Unfortunately, while they do take ou…
 
Alli and Mary get into a little old-school top of show booze-fueled ranting that our Buffy and Veronica Mars listeners will remember. If you'd like to skip right to the iZombie episode discussion, please head to 22:30. In our episodes this week, we're all-in on our season arcs: Major is having his traditional tough time, zombie-d out in jail. Ravi …
 
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