Dual Redundancy

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In this week’s episode we discuss the 2014 VMAs (1:46), the cast and twist announcement of Survivor 29 (7:51), and the potential Full House revival (14:51). We also wind down the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards that took place on Monday, August 25th 2014 (19:52).

In this week’s episode we discuss the 2014 VMAs (1:46), the cast and twist announcement of Survivor 29 (7:51), and the potential Full House revival (14:51). We also wind down the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards that took place on Monday, August 25th 2014 (19:52).

http://dualredundancy.blogspot.com/2014/08/podcast-episode-72-winding-down-2014.html


In this week’s episode we discuss the 2014 VMAs (1:46), the cast and twist announcement of Survivor 29 (7:51), and the potential Full House revival (14:51). We also wind down the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards that took place on Monday, August 25th 2014 (19:52).


Here is a freshly posted brand new episode of Dual Redundancy!

Tonight’s the night! Who will take home some Emmy gold? Our predictions and printable ballot here: 

http://dualredundancy.blogspot.com/2014/08/podcast-episode-71-predictions-for.html

Every year David and Mike try to predict the very unpredictable Emmys in a very special episode of Dual Redundancy. This year they try and forecast who will take home the Emmy in all the major categories for the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards. The ceremony will be on Monday, August 25th on NBC and will be hosted by Seth Meyers.

We first discuss how Seth will do (1:52) and give our miscellaneous predictions for various smaller categories (5:02). We then predict (in order) drama supporting actress (10:36), drama supporting actor (15:05), comedy supporting actress (20:04), comedy supporting actor (26:40), drama lead actress (31:25), drama lead actor (37:13), comedy lead actress (42:25), comedy lead actor (47:57), drama series (52:24) and comedy series (57:00). Along the way we also veto a nomination in every category and replace the nominee with another who we believe deserves that spot.

No new podcast this week but that gives you plenty of time to listen to our annual prediction special. Don’t forget to print out our ballot too!

In this episode we first discuss how Seth will do (1:52) and give our miscellaneous predictions for various smaller categories (5:02). We then predict (in order) drama supporting actress (10:36), drama supporting actor (15:05), comedy supporting actress (20:04), comedy supporting actor (26:40), drama lead actress (31:25), drama lead actor (37:13), comedy lead actress (42:25), comedy lead actor (47:57), drama series (52:24) and comedy series (57:00). Along the way we also veto a nomination in every category and replace the nominee with another who we believe deserves that spot.

http://dualredundancy.blogspot.com/2014/08/podcast-episode-71-predictions-for.html

Here is your printable Emmy ballot to follow along during the show! Why did we make the predictions that we made on here? Listen to our fourth annual Emmy prediction special to find out!

http://dualredundancy.blogspot.com/2014/08/podcast-episode-71-predictions-for.html

Every year despite awarding some exceptional people and work in the television industry, the voting body for the Emmys still overlooks some great work. Here are David’s picks for the biggest snubs in Emmy history!

Every year David and Mike try to predict the very unpredictable Emmys in a very special episode of Dual Redundancy. This year they try and forecast who will take home the Emmy in all the major categories for the 66th Primetime Emmy Awards. The ceremony will be on Monday, August 25th on NBC and will be hosted by Seth Meyers.

We first discuss how Seth will do (1:52) and give our miscellaneous predictions for various smaller categories (5:02). We then predict (in order) drama supporting actress (10:36), drama supporting actor (15:05), comedy supporting actress (20:04), comedy supporting actor (26:40), drama lead actress (31:25), drama lead actor (37:13), comedy lead actress (42:25), comedy lead actor (47:57), drama series (52:24) and comedy series (57:00). Along the way we also veto a nomination in every category and replace the nominee with another who we believe deserves that spot.

To listen on iTunes: https://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/dual-redundancy/id462378352

Every year despite awarding some exceptional people and work in the television industry, the voting body for the Emmys still overlooks some great work. Here are David’s list of the ten biggest Emmy acting snubs.

http://dualredundancy.blogspot.com/2014/08/emmys-2014-ten-biggest-snubs-in-emmy.html