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On this week's show, Sean steps into the driver's seat and interviews Randy and his relationship with TV throughout life, both as a viewer and a critic. Enjoy!

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The Mid-Season Replacements Podcast Episode 29 – “A Writer Appears”

On this week’s show, Sean steps into the driver’s seat and interviews Randy and his relationship with TV throughout life, both as a viewer and a critic. Enjoy!

With not a whole lot of new TV to talk about this week, Randy Dankievitch and Sean Colletti open this week’s Mid-Season Replacements with a pair of farewells; first, to Anna Faris’ run on Mom, and to AMC’s long-running monstrosity The Walking Dead. Then, Sean steps into the driver’s seat, for a lengthy interview of Randy and his relationship with television over his lifetime: from what drew him to TV as a child, to the series that have shaped his career, and path through life. Enjoy!

The Mid-Season Replacements Podcast is a weekly show hosted by Goomba Stomp and TV Never Sleeps’ Randy Dankievitch and Sean Colletti, with new episodes debuting every Tuesday evening.

Opening Track: “Curtains” by Ryan Elliott (of Ancient Fears)

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A TV critic since the pre-Peak TV days of 2011, Randy is a critic and editor formerly of Sound on Sight, Processed Media, TVOvermind, Pop Optiq, and many, many others.

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