Ep #65 Extended Discussion: Sex Education “Episode 1”

Sex Education “Episode 1”

Pilots and Petards is about film pilots. This is the extended discussion for the series Sex Education pilot “Episode 1”. If you’re not sure if you want to watch this series, click here for a spoiler free analysis and evaluation. You can learn more about Pilots and Petards’ format here. Please leave us an itunes review, and then follow Jimbo, Drew, and Liz on twitter. Click the link to see where Sex Education’s pilot “Episode 1” ranks in The Quest for the Best & Worst Pilots Ever.

[1.35] Two Sentence Summary

Part 2

(2.00) Crabman Award: Crab Swing Band

(5.15 ) MVP Awards: Scully, Maeve, Eric, and the creator/writer

(11.45) Literary Analysis: Why not identity asexuality? Adam vs Otis; and hanging dong!

Part 3

(22.00) Stormy Daniels Dangling Threads of Interests: nudity, Who’s the audience? and more dongs, especially Jimbo’s

Part 4

No Petard Trivia this episode, next week for Umbrella Academy!

(31.50) Shop Talk: more on Jimbo’s glorious penis and how he spread mono to Southern Oregon

Petardar: (recommendations based on today’s viewing and conversation

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