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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, Greg, Lynn and Gary talk about some unfortunate comic book adaptations, like the 1994 Fantastic Four that never saw the light of day, the disastrous Justice League TV pilot, the Dolph Lundgren Punisher and various Captain America movies. The Joel Schumacher Batman films also rear their ugly heads. Plus there's some more talk about sex in space and the upcoming TVAMD World Weird Tour.

Direct download: ComicMovies1.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 2:48pm EST

Sean, Greg and Gary return to talk about the magic of the 80’s and the genius of Charlie Sheen.

But seriously, how can we say the 80’s are back if “The Legend of Billie Jean” isn’t available on DVD? I’m just sayin’...

Also, we honor Terry Kiser from “Weekend At Bernie’s” with the Johnny Drama Award.

Direct download: 80s2.mp3
Category:general -- posted at: 9:06am EST

Sean and Greg talk to Scary Gary about the icons of the 80's. From Jason Voorhees to Lando Calrissian, 80's movies and television made anthems out of everything. The mere mention of Empire Strikes Back sparks some talk of the upcoming 3-D release of the Star Wars movies, but there is much discussion of Buck Rogers, Rambo, Star Trek, Superman, Conan, the Ghostbusters and everything 80's that's either making a comeback or never went away.

Direct download: 80s1.mp3
Category:podcasts -- posted at: 12:21pm EST