A.Ron talks about the new season of Archer, as well as Run the Jewels’ livestreamed event “Holy Calamavote”, then we both discuss our thoughts on the final two episodes of Lovecraft Country.
What are the answers to the challenging questioned raised by the possibility of genetic selection? Who should decide whether it’s legal and to what ends it’s employed? What is Jude Law hiding by not showing full frontal on screen? These are just some of the questions we attempt to answer as we consider Andrew Niccol’s 1997 genetic dystopia movie, Gattaca.
A big thank you to Josh H for commissioning this podcast!
Club members get access to a live recording of Lunch with Jim & A.Ron every Friday at 1pm, where members get to ask questions in real time. On the fifth anniversary of Lunch with Jim & A.Ron, we started reheating previous lunch episodes and making them available to the public for the first time.
This week on Fargo, we talk about Ethelrida’s morbid discovery, the symbolism of oranges in gangster films, what “American values” might mean, and whether ghosts exist in this show.
A.Ron gets a flight stick for Star Wars: Squadrons, remote BYPAX preview, chocolate mike, tennis and sports and stuff, and much more from the audience. Join the forum to ask questions with fellow club members here or use #baldlunch on Twitter! Join the discussion: Email | Forums Follow us: Twitch | YouTube | Twitter | Instagram…
The season finale of The Boys gave us everything we hoped for and nothing we expected, making it a proper finale. Join us for the discussion this week and next week for our season wrapup and feedback podcast. Join the discussion: Email | Forums Follow us: Twitch | YouTube | Twitter | Instagram | Facebook…
This week we talk about the first 3 episodes and the 12-hour live event of HBO’s “The Third Day”, Showtime’s John Brown-based series starring Ethan Hawke called “The Good Lord Bird”, Netflix’s Sherlock Holmes-adjacent series “Enola Holmes” starring Millie Bobby Brown and Henry Cavill, and the most recent two episodes of HBO’s “Lovecraft Country.”
Thanks to Michelle from Cali for this commission! The Master of the House made us laugh, Russell Crowe’s voice made us cry, and now we’re here to talk all about the 2012 adaptation of famous stageplay , which itself was based on the 1862 Victor Hugo classic, Les Miserables.
This week sees KC’s two crime families taking hard lines on their business interests which could lead them to a confrontation, Josto has a personal confrontation of his own, and we get some good old-fashioned outlawin’ from a very hungry pair of women.
Season nine is in the books but before we sign off for the year we wanted to consider the feedback we got during the second half of the the season and give you a chance to say your peace and have your questions answered. We also discuss our plans for season ten coverage sometime in 2021. Enjoy the podcast and we’ll see you then!
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