Ep #67 Spoiler Free Minisode: Russian Doll “Nothing in This World Is Easy”

Russian Doll “Nothing in This World Is Easy”

Pilots and Petards is about pilots of TV and streaming. This is a spoiler free analysis and evaluation for the series Russian Doll’s pilot titled “Nothing in This World Is Easy.” Click here for the extended discussion. 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.

[2.10] Russian Doll Background

[3:55] Two Sentence Summary

Spoiler Free Part 1

[4.25] Highs, Lows, and in Betweens

[13.35] Watch or Rewatch

[14.50] Hoist or Not to Hoist

[15.35] Click the link to see where Russian Doll “Nothing in This World Is Easy” ranks in The Quest for the Best & Worst Pilots Ever.

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

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One thought on “Ep #67 Spoiler Free Minisode: Russian Doll “Nothing in This World Is Easy”

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  1. This pilot episode should be way higher up!

    Drew, how is this not as good as OPM??? We had such shallow low points, and such strong high points.It should have broke the top ten.

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