It’s a supercharged season finale as alien powers surge, relationships sizzle, and death darkens everyone’s door. Episode 13 left your hosts sifting through their fraudulent forecasts and heaping high praise on a stellar season 1. Max storms in, Noah taps out, and Isobel snaps to. Meanwhile, Liz gets flower power and Michael picks a muse. Is there a season 2 in the stars and will lightning strike twice in Roswell, New Mexico? We want to believe!
Lockups! Blowups! Closeups! Tony & Andi can’t look away from episode 12! The fate of the fourth hangs in the balance as Max and Noah go head-to-head and Liz and Isobel have a heart-to-heart. Meanwhile, it’s a family affair as Michael and Alex ignite, Kyle adds to his baggage, and Flint puts foes before bros. Tony gets gut-punched by Cam. Andi gets blown away by Malex. The stakes are high and the feelings run deep as we head into the season 1 finale!
Everyone is under the influence when episode 11 pops the cork on celebrations, revelations, and complications. Max and Michael pass out in a fog, the rush goes to Noah’s head, and the ladies bust out the shots. Your hosts bubble over as Tony gets drunk on dresses and Andi gets flushed with feels. It’s going to be one helluva hangover now that we know who’s been spiking the drinks!
Tony & Andi trust no one in episode 10. It’s a thriller packed with Magoos, MacGuffins, and maleficence. Noah is in the know. Isobel is seeing double. Alex holds his piece and Maria shuts it down. A fourth alien is on the loose with three episodes left and your two hosts know one thing: they have zero idea what happens next.
Tony & Andi have 285 reasons to love episode 9, directed by original Roswell star, Shiri Appleby. They buckle up as the gang races off on road trips, guilt trips, and power trips. Tony accelerates toward Maria. Andi detours into nostalgia. Things speed up when Max and Liz veer down memory lane, Michael and Maria get lost, and Alex makes a U-turn.
Tony & Andi hold their breath as Kyle takes a stab at remaining relevant, Michael teams up to race for the cure, and Liz finds the silver lining. Truths are dropped, heads are cracked, and friendships are forged. Aliens and humans agree: Isobel is the ultimate influencer.
Episode 7 is a supernatural cipher. Tony & Andi attempt to crack the code as Liz rages war, Wyatt Long draws conclusions, and Mama DeLuca delivers muddled messages. Andi wonders about Kyle’s whereabouts and Tony demands alien answers. Nothing is certain when Isobel is locked up and Noah is shut out.
Episode 6 takes a traumatic turn. Tony & Andi struggle to say afloat in a flood of flashbacks, shifting personalities, and problematic prom dresses. Secrets are buried and lines are drawn as Max, Michael, and Isobel collide with their past.
Isobel is the new blackout. Kyle and Alex have cabin fever. Max seethes and Liz sees red. Episode 5 is a whiplash ride and your hosts hang on for dear life. Andi has deja vu. Tony says no to Noah. Only one thing is certain: Michael needs more lovin’ and less shovin’.
The town of Roswell may have gone dark but episode 4 is lit. Tony & And strike hot and fast about Liz’s surging Kyle denial, Isobel’s crossed wires with Maria, and Max blowing a fuse. Throughout it all, their guiding mantra is Yes, we Cam!
Tony & Andi examine episode 3 and find a live specimen teeming with callouts, buddy romps, and head games. Andi searches for proof that Max’s love for Liz has merit. Tony theorizes that Isobel is better than that floral rodeo blouse. Conclusion? Season 1 needs more Maria and shirtless Malex.
Memories! Manipulation! Milkshakes! Episode 2 is a smash cut of smoldering tensions and lukewarm love stories. Tony gets hung up on hemlines. Andi moons over Malex. Together, they sort through Liz’s baggage, Kyle’s meek motivations, and the mysterious effects of nail polish remover.
The Roswell Incidental podcast crash lands its first episode! The once serene desert landscape is strewn with debris as hosts Tony and Andi dive headlong into episode 1 of the CW’s Roswell, New Mexico. They attempt to pull live bodies from the wreckage while waxing nostalgic for the original series, rejoicing at the real-life New Mexico locations, and shamelessly crushing on the new cast.