Special Edition Podcast

Mediasplode #11 – Cobra Kai, Seasons 1-3

Show Notes

Thanks to our awesome Patrons, we’re proud to present another episode of Mediasplode!

Running Time: 00:57:49

This month, Josh Flanagan and Conor Kilpatrick (who has had a few cocktails) are joined by their original co-host Ron Richards to discuss…

Quarantine Entertainment:
00:01:14 – Ron bought a ticket for Jimmy Eat World’s virtual Clarityperformance.
00:07:28 – Josh… went to the movies (???) and saw Back to the Future.
00:15:23 – Conor watched Derek DelGaudio’s In & Of Itself.

00:19:10 – Cobra Kai, Seasons 1-3.

00:48:23 – Brian C. from Cincinnati, OH asks about disappointing series finales.


What’s a Mediasplode? It’s a monthly special edition show in which we talk about what we are enjoying in media outside of the realm of comic books. It’s like our All Media Year End Round-Up but in a shorter, monthly format.

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  1. Those Bad Religion Decade shows were killer!

  2. I get why Josh jumped off toward the end of the last season of Lost. I’m not a huge fan of that last season. In contrast the penultimate season I really loved and in total I would put watching Lost up there with the best TV experiences I’ve had. There are episodes of that show that are incredibly watchable even in isolation.

    Also totally agree. Cobra Kai is way better than you expect it to be going into the watch. I agree the kid narrative resonates less for me that the adults, but the character of Hawk is actually one of the better characters in the show in my opinion. They give that guy alot to chew on over the course of the three seasons.

  3. The Creed films and Cobra Kai are the quality that the Star Wars sequel trilogy should have been, but unfortunately it was not meant to be. They are the blueprint with continuing a franchise so many years later while paying proper respect to the original cast.

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