The Over Analysis of Netflix' The OA

The Over Analysis of Netflix' The OA

Published by: Ethan Crane & Talia Ripley
17 Episodes | First Released: Jan 10 '17
A UK episode-by-episode discussion of Netflix series The OA, by Ethan Crane & Talia Ripley
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Lunadappa
Aug 29 '19
Rating:   8
Just found your podcast;)

I have watched the entire 2 seasons(no spoilers) and am enjoying to hear what others are thinking about the show. I really liked it. Alot of twists and turns and hope you shead some insite on some of the things that I was not sure about.

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Ldsppa2003
Aug 29 '19
Rating:   8
Just found your podcast;)

I have watched the entire 2 seasons(no spoilers) and am enjoying to hear what others are thinking about the show. I really liked it. Alot of twists and turns and hope you shead some insite on some of the things that I was not sure about.

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Music Reader
Aug 23 '19
Rating:   10
I love it!

So glad I found an OA podcast hosted by cute, funny Brits!! If you cover another series, please make it the Netflix series “Dark”! I’d love to hear your thoughts and theories!

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Trespater
Jul 29 '19
Rating:   4
Can’t hear Talia

The content seems interesting, but can’t hear the woman commentator at all. She seems to get quieter each episode. I had hoped this would improve with season 2 commentary, but the first ep sounds like she’s whispering. The male’s audio could be bumped up too.

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lvolden
May 17 '19
Rating:   10
Excellent lighthearted discussion

I enjoyed Part 2 immensely. I looked forward to Ethan and Talia’s thoughts and discussion on each week’s episode. Worth a listen if you love the OA and you don’t take it too seriously (honestly, it’s a TV show, lighten up).

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LaurenVolden
May 17 '19
Rating:   10
Excellent lighthearted discussion

I enjoyed Part 2 immensely. I looked forward to Ethan and Talia’s thoughts and discussion on each week’s episode. Worth a listen if you love the OA and you don’t take it too seriously (honestly, it’s a TV show, lighten up).

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bets#1
May 3 '19
Rating:   8
Thumbs up!

First, I can hear both of you just fine (maybe you fixed that by the time I started listening).Second, this is terrific! I love how you guys go through the show and piece it together and express thoughts and questions that I also had. I really like how some things you thought of, I didn’t, and vice versa. Just goes to show the layers of complexity of OA and the hours of thinking that could go into it. Last, I love your senses of humor - many laughs out loud with some of your comments! Thanks for the entertainment!

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MSheila
Apr 17 '19
Rating:   10
Love it

I love this podcast! I’m so glad there is an OA podcast and I look forward to listening to this every week. I like how they are just along for the ride without being too negative about the show. Most podcasts angrily pick movies and shows apart and end up sucking the fun/entertainment out of them, but this podcast is chill and pleasant. Also I love how the hosts pronounce ‘Michigan’ !

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Laurenella1
Apr 16 '19
Rating:   10
Silly but I like it

Kind of a silly podcast but still like listening cause I love the show so much. The girl seems to pay attention to the show a bit more than the guy.

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photogirl6
Apr 5 '19
Rating:   2
Sound is absolutely terrible and they didn’t do their homework

I can hear the male commentator but I can’t hear the female commentator at all. Such amateur hour. I got to the point in this podcast where the man thinks Homer is dead in the field because he didn’t do the movements correctly to deliberately sabotage HAP. Then asks, when do we find out there need to be 5 people to do the movements? That’s the entire plot of season 1! Five people. Five movements. She needs to recruit 5 people from her neighborhood to help her jump to Homer and the others. They need to wait for the fifth captive in the basement before they can begin to think about jumping. There are 5 movements they are waiting to learn. Ugh. Either you didn’t do your homework or you’re just not smart enough to be doing a podcast on a series as smart as this. Go home.

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mjfusa
Apr 2 '19
Rating:   2
Want to like.

Can't hear the woman. very frustrating.

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