Given that the site was originally viewed in a blog format, the data itself was structured more towards individual posts. This worked well at the beginning when there was a larger spread of content types (audio, video, written reviewed, articles, etc.) but couldn't scale for more robust audio and video content.
The concept of a show was a loose connection of videos or audio podcast recordings but was not built for a more scalable association.
Because each audio and video file was created separately without a strong connection between variations of the same piece of content, the user experience was fragmented across the site. One episode of The Giant Bombcast was spread across four urls depending on how users wanted to consume it.
This often caused confusion for users seeing the same episode four times in the same feed without much clear context as to how they differed from one another.