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Can life lessons we learn from movies prepare us for the end of civilization? Is Harry Potter the new Star Wars? Has modern science fiction lost its way? Are housewives ruining American television? Explore these questions and many others with Sean Gilbert, Brooks Robinson and Greg Starks in TV Ate My Dinner, the podcast that brings you the finest in opiniontainment when it comes to movies, TV and media issues. It could also mean the difference between living and dying if you ever find yourself staring down the business end of a zombie bite, so this is one show you can't afford to miss!

Sean, Lynn and Tracy discuss the phenomenon of Women in Refrigerators, the unsettling trend in comics (and by extension all scifi and fantasy) for female characters to be killed, raped, depowered, mind controlled and forcibly impregnated. The tragic fates of Carol Danvers, Karen Page and Gwen Stacey are compared to their TV sisters, most notably Joss Whedon characters like Jenny Calendar, Fred and Tara. Whedon talk leads to discussion of Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Firefly and Dollhouse, plus an earnest look at the dark side of Dawn-bashing.

Also there is discussuion of information generation movies like "Catfish" and "The Social Network".

Direct download: TVAMD_WIF.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 11:14am EST

Sean and Greg discuss how porn stars can save education, the space program,and possibly the world. There's also some talk of chasing ghosts with psychic strippers, Matthew Perry's new TV series Mr. Sunshine, Aaron Sorkin, social networking, our digital legacy and the fate of Charlie Sheen.

Direct download: SexInSpace3.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 8:33pm EST

Sean, Lynn and Tracy return to discuss the logistics of sex in space, the first humans born on Mars, Mega Python vs. Gatoroid, Nicholas Worth, Galaxina, Flesh Gordon, Dungeons & Dragons and how vegetarianism can lead to cannibalism and zombiism.

Direct download: TVAMD_Spacesploitation2.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 2:33pm EST