#107 | Brilliant But Overlooked: Cult TV Shows (feat. @akaAlibabwa)

In the first of a continuing series of episodes highlighting cult classics of all types – film, TV, music, and more – John, Brandon, Ken & Ali each share one of their favorite TV shows that unfortunately came and went without the fanfare and accolades it deserved. Each co-host picked one episode for everyone to watch, and that episode is used as the basis for a discussion about the show as a whole.

John shares the smart, campy humor of ABC’s “Ugly Betty” through the episode “A Tree Grows in Guadalajara” (S01E23), Brandon introduces everyone to Cartoon Network’s deconstructed and subversive Hanna-Barbera revamp “Scooby-Doo! Mystery Incorporated” with “The Legend of Alice May” (S01E06), Ken covers the surreal, sly comedy of Showtime’s “Dead Like Me” with “Reapercussions” (S01E04), and Ali discusses the poignant sadness of the “6B” episode of FOX’s sci-fi fantasy “Fringe”.



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