I hope to get back to regularly scheduled blogging soon (in particular, finishing up those pesky Game of Thrones season three reviews) but I just wanted to publish a quick note to say that episode 2 of Kat and Curt’s TV Re-View is now live. While this, The Doctor and the Slayer, is technically our second episode it is the first in which are actually digging into content and starting with the shows themselves. So if you were waiting for us wade through the boring introduction, we now present the “good parts version” which goes straight to the heart of the action. I won’t necessarily post on this blog every time a new episode goes live, as that’s probably not what you’re here for. If you’d like to watch and discuss along with us, go to kctvreview.wordpress.com and subscribe there for updates. Or you could, you know, subscribe through iTunes: As of Monday we’re there, as well! Just search for Kat and Curt’s TV Re-View in podcasts and subscribe to get all new audio content deposited directly into your podcast folder. Having listened to tons of podcasts over the last several years, to see my own in there is more than a little surreal, I have to admit. And also, don’t forget to follow us on facebook and twitter. I hope you enjoy episode 2!
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