TVx3 E089: Raising Your Human Glee Code

On this episode, Sandie from joined us to talk some TV. You can also find her on Twitter @sandiedaemons and the site @daemonstv.

TV Show News

We talked about the following stories this week:


We talked about the following seven shows and the NBC Thursday night comedy block from the week of February 7th-13th:

  • How I Met Your Mother – S.6 Ep.15, “Oh Honey”
  • Being Human – S.1 Ep.4, “Wouldn't It Be Nice (If We Were Human)”
  • The Chicago Code – S.1 Ep.1, “Pilot”
  • Glee – S.2 Ep.12, “Silly Love Songs”
  • Parenthood – S.2 Ep.15, “Just Go Home”
  • Raising Hope – S.1 Ep.12, “Romeo and Romeo”
  • Bones – S.6 Ep.13, “The Daredevil in the Mold”
  • NBC Thursday Comedies

Have you been watching Raising Hope? What do you think about the multiple voice-overs on The Chicago Code episode? Are you watching the NBC's Thursday night comedy block? What did you think of this week's guest? Let us know in the comments, send us an eMail, connect via Twitter, or Like us on Facebook.


  1. Another great episode. Based on Sandie’s accent, I’m guessing she’s Canadian, eh? That would make two Canadian guest hosts in a row–what’s that all aboot?!

    I’m sorry Sandie, but we’ll have to agree to disagree about the US Being Human. I see nothing original about it and they haven’t “made it their own” yet. The episodes continue to be at least 90% recycled material. Just give the characters back their original UK names and you’re pretty much in the same boat as Shameless and Skins. (Although both of those have made some small baby steps towards making it their own.)

    As for Outsourced, I love that show. I can definitely relate to the show. While my work team is based in the US, I am the only American on my team, and most of my teammates are Indian. I continue to find this show very funny and it’s one of the Thursday comedies I usually end up watching on Thursday itself.

    Perfect Couples is growing on me. I didn’t like it at first, but it’s getting better. While you didn’t talk about it this week, the Traffic Light pilot was much better than the other two episodes I had seen. I both cases, I think I am enjoying them more now that I have seen the first episodes that actually introduce the characters. With Perfect Couples they aired some random episode in December as a preview and for Mixed Signals I got to preview episodes 4 and 5. It definitely helps to see the pilot first–not sure why some of these shows skip the pilot and air it later–it may be a weaker episode, but your audience needs that setup and exposition before they can enjoy the show!

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