Monday, December 17, 2018

111 "17 Years"

With the quest to unmask the God account nearly complete, Miles faces his biggest test: a friend suggestion for the man that ended his mother’s life. And what fall finale would be complete without a possible Falken reveal? Matt and Pete take stock of episode 111, “17 Years.”

Monday, December 10, 2018

110 "Coney Island Cyclone"

The sin of shoplifting ultimately leads Miles to doing the work of the God account. But his father, Rev. Finer, doesn’t want Miles to interfere in the affairs of another family. Matt and Pete with-knuckle episode 110, “Coney Island Cyclone.”

Monday, November 26, 2018

109 "King's Gambit"

As their personal and professional lives diverge, Miles and Cara are out to find a reclusive chess prodigy. But look, it’s previous friend Ray Nicolette, P.I! Matt and Pete navigate episode 109, “King’s Gambit.”

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Monday, November 19, 2018

108 "Matthew 621"

Pregnant ladies trapped in elevators and friend suggestions of the deceased?! The God account works in mysterious ways. Matt and Pete get “psalm” of episode 108, “Matthew 621.”

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Monday, November 12, 2018

107 "The Prodigal Son"

Uncle T might as well stand for “Trouble” and the God account seems to know it. Miles’ first friend request of someone he knows hits close to home. Meanwhile, Cara’s dad drops in and reshapes her past. Matt and Pete welcome home episode 107, “The Prodigal Son.”

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Monday, November 5, 2018

106 "A House Divided"

Miles finds himself helping cabbie Hasan to see beyond religion when it comes to the happiness of his daughter. This as tension boils beneath the surface of Uncle T and Aunt Lena’s 25th anniversary. Matt and Pete unite for episode 106, “A House Divided.”



Monday, October 29, 2018

105 "Unfriended"

The God account has vanished, but not before Miles accepts a friend suggestion for alcoholic artist Rachel Blake. All that good Miles and Cara did still counts though, right? Elsewhere, Jaya has stunning news for Rakesh. Matt and Pete click on episode 105, “Unfriended.”

Monday, October 22, 2018

104 "Error Code 1.61"

Miles and Cara wind up at the Hayden Planetarium, not in search of heavenly bodies, but to unite physical ones. Rakesh and Jaya are wary of defining their relationship. And Miles’ father moves to distance himself from a saxophone that hides a painful history. Matt and Pete decode episode 104, “Error Code 1.61.”

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Monday, October 15, 2018

103 "Heavenly Taco Truck"

Somebody’s made off with half of Miles’ podcast listeners, but it’s the theft of his wallet that injects private investigator Ray Nicolette into his life. Meanwhile Miles’ father realizes there’s a fine(r) line between support of his daughter and being actively involved Matt and Pete rendezvous with episode 103, “Heavenly Taco Truck.”



Monday, October 8, 2018

102 "The Good Samaritan"

As Miles prepares to take his podcast to satellite radio, Katie Brooks becomes the next friend suggested by the God account. Cara is anxious about how to reconnect with her mother while Rakesh catches Jaya out on the town. Matt and Pete can’t pass by episode 102, “The Good Samaritan.”

Saturday, September 1, 2018

101 "Pilot"

With CBS sending down the God Friended Me pilot onto social media like manna from heaven,'s Pete and Matt review the episode, dig deep into its characters, and look ahead to the future of the series.

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Sunday, August 12, 2018

Introducing the God Friended Me Podcast by Phantastic Geek

Ahead of "God Friended Me" launching on CBS this fall,'s Pete and Matt talk why this is a series worth exploring