Episode 47 – The Third Annual Static Awards

Episode 47 – The Third Annual Static Awards


This week Dan and Chris celebrate two years of podcasting by dissecting the season gone by in the format of an award show. Including a ridiculous opening musical number in the form of a Nothing But Static rap, it’s even sillier than it sounds.

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Author Description

Dan Doolan

Dan Doolan is one half of the Nothing But Static podcast. A wanna-be screenwriter and blogger; Dan graduated from Bournemouth University with a degree in screenwriting and has since co-wrote and performed a sketch show at the Edinburgh Fringe festival, written weekly articles for The Electronic Farmyard and co-wrote and performed in the Danny Stack created web series Liquid Lunch. Now he spends his days' blogging at areyoustilltalking.net and of course, recording TV podcast Nothing But Static.

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  1. 3rd July 2014 | Joseph Gonzalez says: Reply
    Another great show, boys. Now, even though I don't always agree with your opinions, you do a brilliant job at defending your choices. I personally liked Super Fun Night and Friends With Better Lives. DADS I liked strictly out of my affinity towards Seth Macfarlane, Giovani Ribisi and Seth Green. The show was less than stellar overall though, and the cancellation didn't surprise me at all. Now, Super Fun Night, it wasn't some game changer, but it made bold decisions that threw me off. There were times when I thought it would be predictable, and it wasn't. That was enough for me to like it. Friends With Better Lives was decent. No worse than any other mediocre comedy. It wasn't given a fair shake. Now, Fargo, was pretty spectacular! I haven't seen True Detective so I can't in good consciousness say you're wrong, but since you said that no one was excited it about it, I wanted to tell you my wife and I totally were. This is coming from two people who weren't even excited about it. I wasn't sure how they would go about the translation and they executed brilliantly! It was so much in the spirit of the movie while being a totally original concept. Almost like a love letter to the Coens rather than an adaptation of their film.

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