Episode #47: Rapid Fire Fall (Rel, I Feel Bad, Manifest, New Amsterdam, Single Parents, A Million Little Things, & The Cool Kids)

Welcome to the Pilots and Petards Podcast! This is the podcast with nothing much ado about aircrafts, and potentially everything ado with first episodes of a filmic series. Join Drew, Mo, and Jimbo as we cast judgement and determine if the following seven fall premieres will be hoisted or not hoisted that is the question. See where these seven pilots rank among the Quest for the Best and Worst Pilots Ever. Will Buffy finally get some competition??? Is End of the Fing World in any trouble?

  1. Rel (Fox)
  2. I feel Bad (NBC)
  3. Manifest (NBC)
  4. New Amsterdam (NBC)
  5. Single Parents (ABC)
  6. A Million Little Things (ABC)
  7. The Cool Kids (Fox)

Cheat Sheet:

  • Petard = bomb
  • Hoist= bad episode
  • Not hoist= good episode

Find us on the following:


  • 1 Oct 2018: Episode #45 Pose
  • 8 Oct 2018: Episode #46 Marvelous Mrs. Maisel
  • 15 Oct 2018: Episode #47 Rapid Fire Fall
  • 22 Oct 2018: Episode #48 DC’s Titans
  • 29 Oct 2018: Episode #49 either a Halloween themed pilot or round two of Rapid Fire Fall

Petard Predictions: roughly 20% of new shows get a second season. Your hoisters make their predictions to which two shows stand the best chance at a second season.

Plugs: Read Drew’s GET OFF MY LAWN: Constantine (2005) super hero movie reviews at But Why Tho. Intro and outro music was mixed by Jake Drew contact him for beats or music for your podcast or musical career.

Help wanted: looking for a volunteer to transcribe our podcast for deaf and hard of hearing audiences.

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