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12. The West Wing
In this Election Day special, the Finale Rally Sallies watch the election obsessed show The West Wing for the first time. That's right: They'd never seen a single episode, but then they watched the finale! WACKY! THEN! They watched the pilot! What the what??? We also talk about the latest trends in pornography, and we do NOT talk about the dates Gaby and Ben were eating, with the exception of immediately at the beginning. Here's the link to the supercut of all of Aaron Sorkin's recycled...
11. The Hills
The Finale Rally Sallies watch psuedo-reality show The Hills for the very first time in their very full lives. Or at least the (CONTROVERSIAL) finale and the (STANDARD) pilot. We also hear about Gaby's near-stardom: when she filmed a never-aired reality tv show about internet celebrities. Ben and Garrett's collective mind is blown when they discover Kim Kardashian has The Hills partially to thank for her rise to stardom. Bananas! All this and more on a very special FINALE RALLY!!! Special...
This week, the Finale Rally Sallies watch the finale of the anime classic, Naruto, then guess the pilot and watch that, too. Mostly they discuss how they think the lil Naruto boy appears to be in the XMen, or maybe he's Harry Potter. Theme song is by the very skilled Nick Von Kaenel.
07. Downton Abbey
This week, the Sallies watch the series finale of Downton Abbey and try to juggle one thousand plot lines. They then lock up their most ambitious Pilot Guesses™ yet and watch find out who was closest. Also the debut of a new FavoSegme: Abby(-ie? -ey?) Roll Call! A very good segment that we'll be seeing a lot of. We compare it to Another Period a lot, since that's a show we've seen, and not the prestige television show Downton Abbey. Garrett also calls out our cousins 'cross the pond for...
02. Desperate Housewives
In the second ever episode of the runaway podcast success Finale Rally, the Finale Rally Sallies watch the last and first episodes of the show Desperate Housewives. Here's the catch: We've never seen the thing before. What a catch! Theme song and mastering by Sacramento king Nick von Kaenel.