This week we're looking a look at a TV trope that's come up frequently on our show: the idea of "the nice guy."
Is the "nice guy" just a myth? How do actions as a result of insecurity, anger, and entitlement change our view of the guy who's supposedly the "better" choice? Not only that - we're looking at some bad boys who might just be nice guys in disguise.
The conversation never ends here! Be sure to find us on social media @shippingroompod and share your thoughts. We can't wait to hear from you!
We're taking a break from romance this week to appreciate some of our favorite familial relationships. Veronica & Keith Mars, Dean & Sam Winchester, Lorelai & Rory Gilmore, The Taylors, The Arnolds, The Bravermans...the list goes on!
Who are some of your favorite families on TV? Which dynamics within those families work best? What about friends who become each other's families? Be sure to sound off with your thoughts on social media - find us on twitter @shippingroompod or email us at email@example.com.
Tamar and Christine were delighted to chat with Greek creator and Chasing Life showrunner Patrick Sean Smith!
Which 'ships influenced him as he came up as a television writer? What 'ships were the most fun to write? Whose backstory came to them mid-season? What's going on with that Greek reunion movie?
We asked all of that and more!
You can find Patrick Sean Smith on Twitter @SEANSMITH74 and, as always, continue the conversation with us @shippingroompod
The wait is over - it's finally time to talk about Greek!
Greek was a groundbreaking series for ABC Family that centered around the sororities and frats - and the hookups, friendships, and family dynamics that came from them.
Were Cappie and Casey the best 'ship ever? Would Evan and Rebecca have ended up together? Should we have seen more Rusty and Ashleigh? Is Calving just the best? We're talking about all of that and more!
Don't forget to join in the conversation! Find us @shippingroompod and share your thoughts.
This week we're looking at shows that were cancelled early and talking about what could have been for the 'ships that were lost. Doesn't it stink to get invested in something that ends too soon? Is fan-fiction the perfect solution? What's your 'jammie-show?' We're talking about all of that and more!
We're also sharing our thoughts on Riverdale, and Christine's giving an update on her Suits binge!
Don't forget to find us on social media @shippingroompod and share your thoughts! We can't wait to hear them!
We're welcoming back Mis-Guided's Paul Gosselin and TV critic Caralynn Lippo, both super soap fans, to discuss some of the greatest love stories on All My Children, One Life to Live, Port Charles, and of course, General Hospital.
With over 60+ years of 'ships to discuss, there was no way to cover every soap from every network in one episode. Look for PART TWO of this discussion in a future episode!
Don't forget to continue this discussion with us on social media! Find us @shippingroompod and share your thoughts!
We're joined this week by Buzzfeed's Jarett Wieselman to celebrate Valentine's Day with an episode dedicated to some of television's most epic moments that celebrate love! Which Jim and Pam moment stood out to us? Are Buffy's best love moments between friends and family? Is every moment between Ian and Mickey epic? We're talking all of that and more!
This week we're joined once again by Drunk Monk Podcast's Will Choi and writer and producer of Lost: The Musical's Steven Brandon to chat about the acclaimed HBO series Game of Thrones.
We're diving right into the romances on Westeros and chatting about Will and Steven's new project, Game of Thrones: The Musical, which begins previews in Los Angeles on February 10 and opens on February 17.
Remember, the conversation doesn't end here! Find us @shippingroompod to continue the chat!
This week we're checking in on the 'ships from the shows we're currently watching. How are our favorite 'ships holding up at the halfway point? Who's breaking up? Who's making up? What do we think is going to happen next? We're talking about that and more! We're also talking about shows that are returning, and premiering in the coming weeks.
Don't forget to find us and share your thoughts @shippingroompod! We can't wait to hear from you!
We're following up last week's conversation about the "Friends to Lovers" trope with a discussion about 'ships that went from antagonizing one another to falling in love - or at the very least hooking up!
Which 'ships fall into this category? How does it differ from unrequited love? Is this one of the best tropes to watch on television? We're talking about all of that and more, including 'ships from The 100, My Mad Fat Diary, Buffy the Vampire Slayer, Game of Thrones, and of course, the Flag'Ship, Sam and Diane on Cheers!
Don't forget to share your thoughts with us on social media @shippingroompod - talking to you is the best part of this conversation!
This week we're joined once again by Justin Kirkland (Entertainment Weekly, USA Today) as we chat about one of our favorite 'shipping tropes: when friendship becomes romance.
Which 'ships were big winners in friendship and love? Which 'ships couldn't quite make the leap successfully? Why is this trope so relatable? We're breaking it all down with 'ships from Grey's Anatomy, Friends, The Walking Dead, New Girl, The 100, The Wonder Years, and more!
Don't forget to find us on social media @shippingroompod to join in on the conversation! We can't wait to hear what your thoughts are!
Tamar and Christine are back in action, talking about howa great love story changes the "bad" girl on television. (Special thanks to Wilmer, the listener who suggested this topic!) We also talk about what qualities make a female on tv appear to be so "bad," and tackle some of our own favorite love stories that made loving these ladies that much more fun!
As always, the conversation doesn't stop here. Find us on social media @shippingroompod and share your thoughts! We can't wait to hear from you.