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BoJack Horseman: Seasons 3

Upon Brod's return from an overseas holiday, he and Damask jump back into the hilarious, always funny, animated comedy BOJACK HORSEMAN for it's third season. This jovial show of cutely drawn animal people is non-stop laughs where nothing serious, sad or bad ever happens (much like the paradisiacal Labrador Peninsula)! Our souls are definitely not aching while we cry, rocking back and forth in the foetal position. Yaaaaaaay!

The Wire: Season 3

We’re no longer sitting on the dock of the bay in season 3 of The Wire, instead we’re back chasing after the elusive Stringer Bell and the Barksdale Crew. Can McNulty get his man or will he spend his whole life chasing his tail? Can Major Colvin make real change or will the world of politics destroy his hard work? And most importantly, will we get to perv on Lieutenant Daniels’ beautiful body? Seriously, that guy is RIPPED. 

Rick and Morty: Season 3

Faster than you can say 'Mcdonald's Mulan szechuan nugget dipping sauce' Hunting Seasons is ready to talk all about the just barely concluded third season of RICK AND MORTY. Arriving an endless epoch after season 2 aired, was season 3 able to live up to the lofty expectations cultivated from extended anticipation, or did the creators shit the bed like a Rick after an all night bender? Brod and Damask have the answers...and more!

Twin Peaks: Season 3 (aka Twin Peaks: The Return)

The last time Brod and Damask visited TWIN PEAKS they left less than impressed. The passage of time was not kind to the old gal (Brod was ready to burn the place to the ground), but with a fresh coat of paint and the bar of expectation set extremely low, will THE RETURN to this quirky town leave a better impression on our hosts? In true Lynchian fashion, the answers only lead to more questions…

Louie: Season 3

How long has it been? Too long, but finally we're back to talking LOUIE! After the first two seaons, how much has our hero changed? How far has he come? How much has he learned? Truthfully, not a lot, but that's not the point. This is a show of skits and one-offs, with no regard of continuity, consistency or growth...

Or so we thoughtominoustone.

Orange Is The New Black: Season 3

With Vee out of the picture things seem to be returning to normal at Litchfield Penitentiary. Alex is back after Piper dobbed her in for breaking her parole and Caputo has stepped into Fig's old role to finally run the prison right, right? Oh, and Australia's own androgynous beauty Ruby Rose joins the cast. Does season three of Orange Is The New Black return to the heights of the first, or is the show still cursed with last seasons short comings? Join hosts Brod and Damask as they catch up on all of OITNB in time for the fast approaching fifth season!

Please Like Me: Season 3 (GUEST: Liam Gordes)

Whilst Damask is lost in translation, Liam remains by Brod's side for another week to discuss a little bit more Please Like Me. At the start of season 3 Josh and Arnold are kinda-sorta but not really together, Alan and Mei are on the rocks, Rose and Hannah are getting used to living together and Tom is still lonely and pathetic. What a hilarious set-up for a season of light hearted comedy. Too bad it's all ruined by the adorkable Ella played by Emily Barclay. Such a shame.

Actually, this season is pretty good. You should really watch it and then listen to this podcast.

Avatar: The Last Airbender: Season 3

For the third and final time (at least until a sequel series arrives...) Brod and Damask visit the Avatar: The Last Airbender universe for Book 3: Fire! When last we left the Fire Nation had control the Earth Kingdom and Avatar Aang was seriously injured. Things look grim for the Aang Gang, but hope is not completely lost. They have a plan to end the 100 Year War once and for all, but will Aang be ready and willing to take down Fire Lord Ozai when the time comes? 


Breaking Bad: Season 3

After season 2, Damask and Brod are firmly on the Breaking Bad bandwagon, but will season 3 continue to impress and rise to heights worthy of it's enormous praise? The story picks up with Walt facing seperation from Skylar, Jessie trying to claw his way out of a particularly low place after a tragic death, and the inclusion of regular cast members Giancarlo Esposito as Gus Fring and Jonathan Banks as Mike Ehrmantraut.