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11 – Tag Team (1991) Retrospective & What’s Next

We take a look back at what stuck with us from Tag Team and talk about what’s next: the Star Trek the Original Series unaired pilot “The Cage.”

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If you want to watch Star Trek’s “The Cage,” you can watch it on Netflix or Dailymotion:

About Star Trek (1965)

In 1965, NBC ordered a pilot for a new series called Star Trek with a pilot called “The Cage.” It had a cast that was almost entirely different than the series we all know, other than Leonard Nimoy and Majel Barrett. The pilot was considered too cerebral and didn’t have enough action, so NBC never aired it, opting to order a new pilot which would star the familiar original series cast with William Shatner, DeForrest Kelley, Leonard Nimoy, Walter Koenig and George Takei.

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10 – Tag Team (1991)

We’re slamming into the turnbuckle with 1991’s Tag Team, starring Rowdy Roddy Piper and Jesse “The Body” Ventura. Nate from Kvlt of Personality joins us to talk all things wrestling and where this show went wrong.

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If you want to watch Tag Team, you can watch it on YouTube:

About Tag Team (1991)

In the early 1980s, Jesse “The Body” Ventura got into acting and landed a role in a show about a former wrestler turned cop. Ventura needed someone who really knew wrestling, so he enlisted Rowdy Roddy Piper after he showed interest and the show was turned into a buddy cop comedy, Tag Team. Only one episode was produced and burned off as a TV movie after the production companies sued each other and the show got caught in the middle.

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9 – Mayans MC (2018) Retrospective and What’s Next

A look back at the pilot for the Sons of Anarchy spin off Mayans MC and we talk about what we’re taking on next: 1991’s Tag Team, starring Jesse “The Body” Ventura and Rowdy Roddy Piper.

If you want to watch Tag Team, you can watch it on YouTube:

About Tag Team (1991)

In the early 1980s, Jesse “The Body” Ventura got into acting and landed a role in a show about a former wrestler turned cop. Ventura needed someone who really knew wrestling, so he enlisted Rowdy Roddy Piper after he showed interest and the show was turned into a buddy cop comedy, Tag Team. Only one episode was produced and burned off as a TV movie after the production companies sued each other and the show got caught in the middle.

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8 – Mayans MC (2018) – “Perro/Oc”

We take on our first ever new pilot: the Sons of Anarchy spin-off Mayans MC – “Perro/Oc.”

Mayans MC is available for free; you’ll have to watch it through your cable provider, Amazon, or iTunes:

About Mayans MC (2018)

After Sons of Anarchy, creator Kurt Sutter tried to do another show (The Bastard Executioner), but it was a disaster and he quit doing it after one episode. After that he returned to the Sons of Anarchy universe with the story of their rival motorcycle gang, the Mayans.

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7 – Justice League (1997) Retrospective and What’s Next

A look back at what stuck with us with Justice League (1997) and we talk about our next subject: 2018’s Mayans MC, the spinoff of FX’s Sons of Anarchy.

Mayans MC will not be available for free; you’ll have to watch it through your cable provider, Amazon, or iTunes:

About Mayans MC (2018)

After Sons of Anarchy, creator Kurt Sutter tried to do another show (The Bastard Executioner), but it was a disaster and he quit doing it after one episode. After that he returned to the Sons of Anarchy universe with the story of their rival motorcycle gang, the Mayans.

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6 – Justice League (1997)

MAD Magazine writer Kit Lively joins us to talk about the 1997 never-aired pilot for Justice League, a complete visual abortion.

To watch the Justice League pilot, you can watch it on YouTube for free here:

About Justice League (1997)

In 1997, CBS tried to capitalize on the latest wave of super hero success by commissioning a Justice League live action TV series based on the more humorous Justice League International comics by Keith Giffen and J.M. DeMatteis. And they basically turned into a Friends rip-off.

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5 – Viper Retrospective and What’s Next

A look back at what stuck with us with Justice League (1997) and we talk about our next subject: 1997’s live action Justice League.

To watch the Justice League pilot, you can watch it on Dailymotion for free here

About Justice League (1997)

In 1997, CBS tried to capitalize on the latest wave of super hero success by commissioning a Justice League live action TV series based on the more humorous Justice League International comics by Keith Giffen and J.M. DeMatteis. And they basically turned into a Friends rip-off.

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4 – Viper (1994)

Thomas the Tank joins us to talk 1994’s Viper, the would-be successor to Knight Rider.

To watch the Viper pilot, you can watch it on YouTube for free here:

About Viper

In 1994, CBS commissioned a pilot for another show about a vigilante with a cool car, Viper, starring no one  you really know. The show faced a lot of struggle before it even got on the air, with a lawsuit and CBS canceling it for being too violent. NBC picked it up at the behest of Daimler-Chrysler and Viper lived for one season before coming back two years later in syndication.

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3 – Cop Rock Retrospective and What’s Next

A look back at what stuck with us with Cop Rock and we talk about our next subject: 1994’s Viper.

To watch the Viper pilot, you can watch it on YouTube for free here

About Viper

In 1994, CBS commissioned a pilot for another show about a vigilante with a cool car, Viper, starring no one  you really know. The show faced a lot of struggle before it even got on the air, with a lawsuit and CBS canceling it for being too violent. NBC picked it up at the behest of Daimler-Chrysler and Viper lived for one season before coming back two years later in syndication.

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2 – Cop Rock

Marc, Dustin, and Stefan Halley discuss the Cop Rock pilot from 1990, one of the worst received TV pilots of all time.

To watch the Cop Rock pilot, you can watch it on YouTube for free here

About Cop Rock

In 1987, ABC gave Steven Bochco (Hillstreet Blues, Doogie Howser) a 10-episode deal because he could do no wrong. But it turns out he could.

After a failed attempt to turn Hillstreet into a Broadway musical, we got Cop Rock: a hybrid police drama and wacky musical that is somehow neither. The show ran for 11 episodes before being canceled.

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