Quadruple Z Episode #008 – Review of Buffy 1×12 – “Prophecy Girl”

Join Tabz, Kim, Heidi and Emma as they discuss Buffy  S1 Ep12 – “Prophecy Girl.” [Warnings: this does contain spoilers for the whole series]
This episode was edited by Tabz

Watch Buffy on Hulu

Love Buffy? Check out our other podcasts!

Upside Down & Halfway to Happyland
Buffy Between the Lines
Strangely Literal

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(Photos: Screencap Paradise)

The Psych Analysis Podcast #001 – Review of Season 1 Episode 1: The Pilot

Welcome the the first episode of “The Psych Analysis Podcast,” where we go episode by episode and review the USA Network TV show Psych. In this episode Kim, Tabz, Heidi and Dan discuss the pilot episode of Psych, figure out who that one actor is that wears sunglasses and acts with them, and discuss the relative merit and rules of playing detective along at home.


Intro – Les Howard from “The Signal

TV.com Recap – Sarah Robertson from Firefly Between the Lines

Episode Trivia from IMDb – Frank Ramblings from Echo Alert and Tech Ramblings

Where do I Know You From? – John Pavlich from Sofa Dogs and Castlecast

Episode Shout Outs thanks to The Official Psych Reference Thread SPOILERS! – Brian Brown from Slice of SciFi

Theme song: “I Think You Think You Don’t Like Me” by Beatnik Turtle


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Quadruple Z Episode #006 – Review of Ugly Betty 1×1 – “Pilot”

Join Tabz, Kim and Val as they discuss Ugly Betty S1 Ep1 – “Pilot”.
This episode was edited by John N.

Find out more about Ugly Betty on ABC.com

TV.com Recap:
Betty has always dreamed of working in the publishing world, but it seems as though there’s no place for the non-thin and non-beautiful in the business. People already have their minds set on the idea that beautiful women are only the thin and perfect! Betty really wants a job in that wonderful, yet cruel, world. But can she really find a place in it?

Love Ugly Betty? Check These Sites:
Ugly Is In
Ugly Betty Blog

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(Photos: ABC/ugly-is-in.com)

Quadruple Z Episode #005 – Interview with Recording Artist Rachel Fine

Join Tabz as she interviews Rachel Fine, fantastic recording artist. Listen as they discuss music, writing and the creative process.

Episode edited by John N.

Check out her music and buy her album, Own Your Own on iTunes.
or Own Your Own on Amazon.

Visit Rachel Fine’s Website.
or Myspace.
or Facebook.
or Twitter.

MacDella Cooper Foundation
Project Runway

Quadruple Z Episode #004 – Interview with the Next Undercover Boss – Rick Arquilla, COO of Roto-Rooter

Join Naomi Starsiak as she interviews Rick Arquilla, COO of Roto-Rooter, the next boss on Undercover Boss (CBS’ new hit-reality show).

Arquilla talks about how Roter-Rooter got involved with the show and shares some of his insights on what the experience was like. He also recommends his most recent read, Yalta: The Price of Peace.

Companies whose chief executives have already made the undercover journey are Waste Management, restaurant chains Hooters and White Castle, convenience chain 7-Eleven, race-track company Churchill Downs, e-commerce giant GSI Commerce, and theme park group Herschend Family Entertainment.

This episode airs Sunday, April 04, 2010 on CBS (check your local listings).

Quadruple Z Episode #003: Review of Supernatural 1×1 – “Pilot”

spn1x1Learn more about Supernatural at the CW website.

Buy Supernatural – The Complete First Season on Amazon.com

Join Tabz, Kim and Emma as they discuss Supernatural S1 Ep1 – “Pilot”.

TV.com Recap:


Sam is about to graduate from college and has an interview set up to join one of the most prestigious law schools in the country. His brother Dean, whom he has not seen since he went to college, shows up in the middle of the night and tells him their father is missing while on a hunting trip. Leaving his girlfriend behind to find their dad, Sam joins Dean in an effort to find their father in a little town called Jericho, where unmarried men disappear without a trace.

Love SPN? Check These Sites:
Supernatural Fan Wiki – Supernatural Wiki
Driving Music: Supernatural Fan-Mixes
Supernatural Fans Online

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(Photos: CW/Oxoniensis Screencaps)

Podcast Review: Why You Should Be LIstening to This American Life


Subscribe to This American Life on iTunes
Visit This American Life online

There’s few things in life I will obsessively chatter about, which may surprise some of you who know me well enough to know I’m a bit of a fan girl, but in reality my obsessive column is fairly small. One of those things is This American Life.

Now, I know technically This American Life isn’t strictly a podcast, it’s a radio show that’s also released as a podcast. But not all radio shows are and there’s a large percentage of folks out there that I know ONLY listen to the podcast. Therefore, for our purposes, it’s a podcast.

This American Life is an hourly, slice of life, interview/journalistic program that also features essays, memoirs, field recordings, short fiction, and found footage. The real draw for this program is that it touches on real people who are living real lives all over the United States. The topics are universal (recent topics included infidelity, starting over, the recent economy crisis, and more) and the stories are emotional, compelling, and passionate.

Tying every episode together is the host, Ira Glass, whose radio voice is unmistakable and enjoyable to listen to. I believe I could just listen to Ira read a menu and be enthralled. Ira is a lovable, relatable host and when he interviews folks you have the feeling that he truly is fascinated with their stories.

The charm of the episodes is hard to explain. This American Life has the simple charm of an old-time radio show, but with the modern sensibility that makes listening to the episodes timeless. Do beware, the stories are incredibly impactful. I’ve laughed, cried and chewed on episodes I’ve listened to for weeks later. The show is so inspiring that some of my favorite ideas for stories have come from stories on This American Life.

If you’re looking for a podcast to keep you entertained on your commute, you should subscribe to This American Life. Unfortunately, due to the popularity and bandwith costs they only offer one episode on their feed at a time.

Subscribe via their website – http://thisamericanlife.org/

If you are a fan already of This American Life, please consider making a donation to keep the podcast going! It costs about $130,000 a year to host the podcast!

(Photo: Douglas Barnes/Showtime)

Quadruple Z Episode #002: Review of Chuck 1×1 – “Pilot”


Buy Chuck: The Complete First Season on Amazon.com

quadz_logochuckJoin Tabz, Kim and Faith (the Vampire Slayer) as they discuss Chuck Season 1, Ep 1 – “Pilot”.

TV.com Recap:
Chuck Bartowski is an average computer geek until files upon files of government secrets are downloaded into his brain. He is soon scouted by the CIA and NSA to act in place of their computer.

This episode was edited by Tabitha Grace Smith

Love Chuck?
Check out these great resources:
Chuck vs. the Podcast

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(Photo: ChuckTV.net/NBC/Warner Bros. Television)

Quadruple Z Episode #001: Interview with Author J.C. Hutchins (Part 1)

Buy 7th Son: Descent on Amazon.com

QuadZ_JCQuadruple Z talks with podcasting and publish phenomenon J.C. Hutchins about his new novel – 7th Son: Descent. The interview covers how J.C. Hutchins podcasted and then published his first novel and their singing (yes, singing).

Hosted by Crystal
Intro by Kimi from Tale Chasing
Quadruple Z’s Theme – “What We Need is Some Interns in Here” – Beatnik Turtle
Credits Read by Naomi Starsiak

About J.C. Hutchins
J.C. Hutchins is an award-winning novelist best known for his 7th Son technothriller trilogy, which he released as free serialized audiobooks from 2006-07. With approximately 100,000 downloads of his episodic fiction still occurring each month, 7th Son is the most popular “podcast novel” series in history.

The trilogy — and its 2008 groundbreaking spinoff anthology OBSIDIAN — are available for free download at 7thSonNovel.com. The series’ first novel, Descent, will be published this fall by St. Martin’s Press. Personal Effects: Dark Art, J.C.’s debut in a new supernatural thriller series, will also be published in June. Learn more here.

J.C. has been featured in The New York Times, The Washington Post, TIME.com, OMMA and Blogger & Podcaster magazines, Asimov’s Science Fiction, on the BBC and Italian national radio, and in more than 100 podcast interviews.

J.C. lives in South Florida with his girlfriend, and their cat, Chester.

About 7th Son
The president of the United States is dead. He was murdered in the morning sunlight by a four-year-old boy…

So begins 7th Son: Descent, the technothriller novel by J.C. Hutchins. Originally released as a free audiobook podcast, 7th Son has been featured in The New York Times, The Washington Post, Time.com, Wired.com UK, and on the cover of Blogger & Podcaster magazine. See what critics and bestselling novelists are saying about the book.

As America reels from the bizarre presidential assassination committed by a child, seven men are abducted from their normal lives and delivered to a secret government facility. Each man has his own career, his own specialty. All are identical in appearance. The seven strangers were not born, but grown — unwitting human clones — as part of a project called 7th Son.

The government now wants something from these “John Michael Smiths.” They share the flesh as well as the implanted memories of the psychopath responsible for the president’s murder. The killer has bigger plans, and only these seven have the unique qualifications to track and stop him. But when their progenitor makes the battle personal, it becomes clear John Alpha may know the seven better than they know themselves…