#9. Hard Times (S1,E3)

You cannot be suggesting what we infer you’re implying!
We follow Crowley and Aziraphale through six thousand years of misadventure, snark, and love as the doomsday clock counts down the end of the world in “Hard Times” (Good Omens, S1, E3).

#8: The Book

We can’t have a war without War!

In the second episode of Good Omens, we meet Anathema, Newt, Shadwell, Madame Tracy, and Agnes Nutter… the end of the world is nigh. But all that matters is the love story between an angel and his demon.

#7. In the Beginning

Heaven couldn’t object if we were actually thwarting you.

It’s the end of the world but we couldn’t be happier as we dive into the wild and wonderful first episode of Good Omens.

#6. INEFFABLE

If we sit down and think about it sensibly, we come up with some very funny ideas.

It’s the first day of the rest of the world as we wrap up the Sunday chapter of Good Omens, reflect on the book, and look forward to the upcoming show.

#5. Heathen Passion and Occult Wiles

Don’t be stupid. Do we look like we run a bookshop?…It’s the 11 endings of the Apocalypse as we follow Aziraphale, Crowley and the rest of the clown car of characters to the final battle at the Lower Tadfield Air Base with our reading of Saturday, Part II.

#4. Metatron and Mad Prophetesses

You’d better read this. It’ll save a lot of time.

Hang on to your holy water… it’s time for phenomena and apocalyptic pandemonium as Lani and Kelly dive into the first half of the “Saturday” chapter of Good Omens. 

#3. Witches Just Wanna Have Fun

We have a way of slouching that offends all right thinking people…

This episode of WTTET is all about witches, witch hunters, and cocoa science experiments as we discuss the Thursday and Friday chapters of Good Omens.

Welcome to the End Times 001

“Funny if we both got it wrong, eh? Funny if I did the good thing and you did the bad one, eh?”

In the first full episode of Welcome to the End Times, Lani and Kelly discuss the first three sections of Good Omens – “In the Beginning,” “Dramatis Personae,” and “Eleven Years Ago.”