October 26th, 2017 | Season 3 | 49 mins 20 secs
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If you're gonna rip off X-Files, you better do it right.
Craig Robinson and Adam Scott get their long-awaited "Hot Tub Time Machine 2" reunion (thank you IMDB trivia) in "Ghosted," the new Fox half-hour comedy. Alan Miller, horror superfan, joins us, helping deliver....well, it's not exactly a love fest.
September 22nd, 2017 | Season 3 | 57 mins 43 secs
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Step into a world where twins cannot simply look alike, but where twins have the exact same mustache. Step into the world of "The Deuce." Chris and Grimes talk the newest HBO drama from David Simon, along with the idea of Franco twins, a pilot without the show's hook, and of course, the half-smoke sausage.
At the end, we name our Pilot Study MVP for the episode.
September 13th, 2017 | Season 3 | 50 mins 44 secs
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Podcast listeners. Take your position in our roped off "Podcast Listeners" section. In the newest Pilot Study, the crew talks David Lynch and Mark Frost's "Twin Peaks" follow-up, "On The Air." Alan Miller joins to talk the quickly canceled sitcom, what Lynch finds funny (hint, he LOVES communication breakdowns), and fan-favorite Blinky.
September 10th, 2017 | Season 3 | 37 mins 7 secs
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The Pilot Study crew, joined by Nick Spacek (From & Inspired By) talk the newest iteration of "The Tick," which recently premiered its first 6 episodes on Amazon. They compare it to the previous Fox live action series, talk the increased attention on Arthur and mental health, along with much more.
August 29th, 2017 | Season 3 | 38 mins 14 secs
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The Pilot Study crew discusses the newest addition to the "Wet Hot American Summer" mythology, the "10 Years Later" Netflix sequel. Here we talk how successful each character has become in their "Wet Hot" lives (and if that's a good thing), we obsess over JJ's video store, and Chris tries to compare it to "The Hobbit."