The Critical Masses Podcast TV Brunch – Episode 001: The A-Team


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TV Brunch Episode 001: The A-Team


Okay, everybody. Sing along. Duh duh duh duuuuuuh! Duh duh duuuuuuh. Duh duh DUH duuuuuuuh! Duh … duh duh duh Duh.

Matt D. here. When we’re not watching movies or listening to music or eating delicious croutons or training for cross-country bicycle races, sometimes we here at The Critical Masses watch television. So, last week — over a luxurious spread of pastries and assorted jellies at the Critical Masses Compound — myself, Ryan and John got together for brunch and discussed a television shows we had all recently watched, The A-Team!

I said, The A-Team!

No, you have not stepped into some kind of trans-dimensional vortex or Primeresque time travel box. No, it’s not 1983. The fact is, my friends, The A-Team is available to watch instantly on Netflix.

We had so much fun, we decided to get together again this week and do it again. Talk about television, that is — not necessarily The A-Team. And eat pastries. Mmm … pastries.



13 responses to “The Critical Masses Podcast TV Brunch – Episode 001: The A-Team

  1. john, who was that girl who was a friend of yours (or your sister’s) that i went out with a couple times? she had shortish, curly hair. she thought i looked like marc maron, which i kind of did in the late 1990s. (the zach gallifinakis thing reminded me of that.) i only went out with her like 3 or 4 times.


  2. I do recall the radio personality Wolfman Jack. And I do a killer My Dinner With Andre redux with Mt. T and Wolfman Jack. It’s tough to tell them apart, but it’s riveting.


  3. Ryan,
    Was it Rachael? My ex-girlfriend Katy’s best friend at the time? Did you guys spend any time talking about The Kids In The Hall or X-Files? Because then it was probably Rachael. She also used to do a show at WMUH, and sometimes we would do a jazz show fill in together. We called the show the Jazz Masters because I would bring this 3 CD set from columbia called, oddly enough, The Jazz Masters. Then we would only play stuff from that, because at the time we didn’t know from jazz.


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