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New Thor Movie, Latest Walking Dead, Trouble with NBC Programming

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The Cheap Pops! podcast is back as Brian and Michael discuss the movie  Thor: The Dark World, the latest indy film someone wants to see, this week’s episode of The Walking Dead and How I Met Your Mother, troubles with NBC programming, Arrested Development and more. Subscribe to Between The Ropes on iTunes so you can automatically get the latest podcasts. You ...

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Cheap Pops! Podcast – Walking Dead, HIMYM Getting on Track, Possible Movie of Year

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Brian and Michael talk about the latest edition of The Walking Dead including one member being exiled while another member of the group needs a drink and when the group could be on the move, this season of How I Met Your Mother and its different setting, the indy film 12 Years a Slave, movies coming out this week, the ...

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Cheap Pops! Podcast: Walking Dead, Star Trek, 24 and the Movies – October 22, 2013

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Rather than just doing a Walking Dead podcast, Brian and Michael talk some pop culture including this week’s episode of Dead entitled “Infected” and where the show looks to be headed, Star Trek movies and which ones they enjoy the most, 24 coming back next year, movies to see in IMAX, each of them seeing ‘The Passion of the Christ” ...

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The Walking Dead Podcast: No Accidents Here – October 15, 2013

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Brian Fritz and Michael Wiseman talking about episode one of the new season of “The Walking Dead” including where the cast is at, love being in the air, Rick’s character at this point in the show, teaching kids how to knife walkers, the mysterious death of Patrick, Daryl being a folk hero, the latest show runner and how the series ...

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Breaking Bad Podcast – September 30, 2013

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Brian Fritz and Michael Wiseman take a break from wrestling to talk about the Breaking Bad finale, if they liked how the show concluded, where it ranks in television history, the show overall in its five seasons and 62 episodes, the Walter White character, the morality of the show and the characters especially Walt and Jesse, the little details of ...

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