This week starts off with some confusion about Fleet Week and Fashion Week along with some good suggestions about where to go out on interesting dates even if you're a moleman. Tim and Tom then compare their tastes in board shorts before Tim quizzes Tom about baby etiquette at restaurants.
All of this of course leads to this year's Fall TV Preview where we discuss the new shows Almost Human, The Crazy Ones, Dracula, Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Masterchef Junior, Masters of Sex, and The Million Second Quiz. We also solve a listener email concerning a stuck-up roommate and offer some dire warnings in regards to snakepeople.
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CBS became the last of the Big Four TV networks to announce its Fall 2013 lineup this morning. The biggest development comedy-wise is that they're expanding their Thursday night comedy block to two hour now, giving NBC a run for its money by competing head-on with the Peacock Network's long-running but anemic comedy night. Adding more comedies makes sense with big hits How I Met Your Mother and Two and a Half Men on the way out soon, and
CBS has four new shows with big stars on the schedule this time around: The Crazy Ones (with Robin Williams and Sarah Michelle Gellar), Mom (with Anna Faris), The Millers [...]
The swamis at the New York Post think they know which three shows will be canceled first this fall: NBC's Indian call center comedy Outsourced, Mitch Hurwitz's Running Wilde and some ridiculous-sounding Jimmy Smits show called Outlaw. Now, I haven't seen any of these pilots, but I will say that I have a hard time believing that a show will be canceled because of "inappropriate cultural snarks" when it's coming from a paper that employs Sean Delonas. [via]