TVx3 E133: New Cougar Awake Game Recreation

On Episode 133, Jason (@theTVaholic) is joined by Maureen Ryan (@moryan) of the Talking TV With Ryan & Ryan Podcast and TV Critic at the Huffington Post and Stephanie Weak (@angelsteph) of the TV Rewind Podcast (@tvrewind) to talk about a few renewal/cancelation news items and then discuss recent episodes of Cougar Town, New Girl, Parks & Recreation, Awake, and Game of Thrones.

Get to Know the Guest TV Podcasters (00:01:14)

Mo and Steph each talked a bit about how they got started writing and podcasting about TV and why they do so.

TV News (00:06:15)

We talked about the following five news stories:

Primetime (00:11:49)

We talked about the following five shows from the week of Monday, April 23rd thru Sunday, April 29th:

  • Cougar Town – S.3 Ep.9, “Money Becomes King” (00:11:58)
  • New Girl – S.1 Ep.22, “Tomatoes” (00:17:36)
  • Parks & Recreation – S.4 Ep.20, “The Debate” (00:24:09)
  • Awake – S.1 Ep.9, “Game Day” (00:34:46)
  • Game of Thrones – S.2 Ep.5, “The Ghost of Harrenhal” (00:45:27)

TV on DVD Picks for Releases on Tuesday, May 8th, 2012 (00:55:45)

Jason and Steph – Chuck: The Complete Fifth Season


What did you think about New Girl so far this season? What about the Parks & Recreation? Are you one of the few still watching Awake? Have you been watching Game of Thrones? What did you think of this week's guests? Let us know in the comments, send us an eMail, connect via Twitter @TVtimesThree, or Like us on Facebook.


  1. As for the Chuck Compete Series question, I thought I remember seeing news from that there were no current plans to release a complete series set. On, they are just selling bundles of the 5 existing sets.

    Being someone who has already purchased the other four seasons on Blu-ray, I am thrilled that they are not doing this. I find these complete series box sets that contain exclusives not in the separate sets like a slap in the face to the loyal fans who purchased the original sets as they were released. I already spent enough on the original releases–and don’t want to pay a premium just for a few new special features and fancy packaging. I really liked the way that for the Friends box set, they let folks pay like $20 for the fancy wood case to house all the seasons, and for BSG they let people get the new, more compact complete series packaging for free just by sending in a proof of purchase. I wish they would do things like this more often for those early adopters.

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