On May 16, 2013, Jim, Pam, Dwight and even Creed come back together a year after the PBS documentary airs to have earnest discussions and real feelings about the meaning of life, love, and family on this hilarious breakthrough comedy show.
NOTE: Apologies for the audio quality on this one.
Another day ended on July 14, 2014 as Jack Bauer whispers, yells, take cell calls, is betrayed, again, and shoots about 30 people. Come with us as we question where our partners’ loyalties really lie.
On October 26, 2014 an empire met its dire end in an episode that made us both say, “Daaammmn.” With father-son disputes and tender moments, love lost and found, and age-old scores settled, Nucky remembers a simpler time – swimming in the ocean.
A thriving bizarre comedy that survived seven seasons saw it’s final curtain on January 31, 2013, with an episode some called “perfect” and others called “meh.” We see Liz Lemon and Jack Donaghy reverse roles, a meteoric rise for everyone’s favorite NBC page and a deus ex contract obligation that brings the whole gang back together.
Seven morally ambiguous seasons concluded on May 8, 2016 as Peter Florrick comes to terms with reality and Alicia Florrick decides if she should be a power player or play Bachelorette with every guy that’s ever been on the show. Just kidding, just her husband and the biker with a heart of gold. And the lingering spirit of Will Gardner (RIP). It’s a good show that started this whole podcast!
Six nostalgia-filled seasons of The Wonder Years came to an end in May 1993 with the two-part series finale entitled, “Independence Day.” After a final fit of teen angst that involves infidelity, gambling and rebellion, Kevin, Winnie and the gang finally grow up and the lights in the Arnold house fade to black.
Smallville ended its tenth and final season on May 13, 2011 with a lot of memories, monologues, contemplation and a few surprises. Very few. In this two part series finale there’s plenty of time for every possible storyline to wrap up tidily while Clark Kent decides if he’s ready to take on the mantle of Superman.
In the original series run of the Gilmore Girls on the CW, the party came to an end on May 15, 2007 with the town wishing Luke, Lorelai and Rory good luck. After a seemingly never ending journey of last-minute errands and misunderstood party planning, the gang get together to each do the one thing they are apparently most famous for doing.