A decent episode of AMC’s The Walking Dead nevertheless provokes a bunch of questions regarding “Something They Need”. Is Rick’s group really justified in their “take no prisoners, take all guns” approach with Seaside? Has Eugene really turned turncoat? Is Gregory Negan’s “little bird”? Why can’t Grandma McGee pull a gun on somebody proper like? And does Rick know that a man is at his most dangerous when he’s on his knees? Dwight knows. He’s been to the School of Eugene’s Nut Cracker, and shouldn’t be taken lightly when he’s at crotch level. Be careful, Rick, is all we’re saying.
The smell of burritos fills the air of the Bald Move studio Monday through Friday. Last week, it also filled 16-Bit Barcade for our meetup.
FX’s Legion delivers a fantastic penultimate episode with “Chapter 7”. Humor, action, character development, jaw dropping visuals, Legion managed to deliver the goods while building suspense as we head into the final episode of the first season. Plus, we got a ton more information about the identity of David’s parasite, David’s father, and Melanie’s husband Oliver. More Jemaine Clement is never a bad thing!
Jim and A.Ron watched the latest episode of AMC’s The Walking Dead, “The Other Side”, and then immediately crawled through a wood pile and launched an assault on the episode. First we tried sniping, but then we went in for a frontal assault. I promised to watch Jim’s back, and then betrayed him to his chagrin at the end. As always, Eugene, excuse me, Chief Engineer Dr. Eugene, was useless. Listen in for all this, some feedback, and yours truly holding court in the Spoiler Section!
Shayne Bowman from Film Schlubs and Heisenberg Chronicals fame as well as Eric Wahlquist of Personal Arrogants and Direct infamy join A.Ron to discuss the pro/fan edit of Breaking Bad that was dropped on the Internet last week. It reduces one of the greatest television shows in history to a single two hour long movie. What works, what doesn’t, how we’d do it better, and much more are covered. Spoilers for everything Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul, you’ve been warned!
Watch us record the podcast, including all the sound checks, flubs, and riveting research breaks that you’ve always wished you could see… Hey, at least you can hear the podcast before anyone else.
Come watch the episode with us. If it’s bad, we’ll make fun of it. If it’s good… well, we’ll still make fun of it, just a little less seriously.
It’s St. Patrick’s day so we talk about anything but that, of course. Weekly updates, Ultimate Beastmaster, and your questions.
Jim, A.Ron and Jason join in the demented group therapy happening on this week’s episode of FX’s Legion. Lenny does some James Bond vamping, David is loving his new found stability, and Syd thinks that things just aren’t… right. On this show, they never are. Also, listener feedback, and Jason treats us to another news/spoiler section at the tail end of the episode.
The grande finale is upon us… for the second time. Join us as we semi-wonder at all of the things we’ve seen once before. Will it turn out exactly the same as the garbled mess of a video that we were unable to release the first time we recorded it? Will Mr. Wells’ career and body die on the vine and wither away to nothing? Only this episode will tell.
Levi from Direct podcasting fame joins Jim and A.Ron all the way from sunny Seattle to talk smack about Zack Snyder (00:00:00), do a deep dive into the universe of SyFy’s hard sci-fi drama that you absolutely should be watching – The Expanse (00:11:30), and then geek out a bit about Edgar Wright’s upcoming film, Baby Driver (01:09:20).