Jim and A.Ron attempt to have a nuanced discussion on the ups and downs of Season Two of True Detective. We talk about what worked, what didn’t, the possibility of a RenaiVance, and wonder about the identity of the series as we anticipate Season Three. If you’ve enjoyed our coverage of Season One and Two, please consider leaving us a positive iTunes review or supporting us with the links below. If you’re super mad that we never learned how to pronounce Edd-i-pus, or we otherwise gave you blueballs of the heart, there’s always the option for the scathing one star review. As for us? No rest. Never stop moving. Hopefully we’ll see you later on for Fargo / The Leftovers / The Walking Dead.
Jim and A.Ron continue their summer BrBa rewatch with episode 304, “Green Light”. If you can’t get enough Breaking Bad deep dives, check out the Heisenberg Chronicles posts on 3×04: Factoids, locations, observations, fan art, gifs and more, courtesy Shane B.!
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This Australian crime drama from 2010 really snuck up on us. It’s not what you might think given only that description, but it delivers the goods. We talk about a mother who kisses her children just a little too long, some of the excellent performances, and how it stacks up against other films in the gangster genre.
Kelly & Tom are joined by Los Angeles comedian Rye Silverman for their recap of Peaky Blinders S2E2 and things get rowdy! The trio debates what constitutes a stigmata, the usefulness of horse medicine, Ada’s commitment to the tenets of socialist thought, the fact that church bells don’t have a snooze alarm, and whether Esme’s…
Jim and A.Ron talk about “A Young Doctor’s Notebook”, “Top of the Lake”, Rocket League, maker mania, kayaking, and show off the backside of the Bald Move studio.
Pi’ilani and Cecily are back with A.Ron to give season three an epic send off. We discuss our final thoughts on the Piper/Alex/Stella triangle, thoughts on Piper’s Panty Business moving forward, where Sophia goes from here, touch on Healy and Caputo, and try to anticipate some of the plots and resolutions for season four. All this plus some last minute feedback from our fellow fans. Thanks for a great season, everybody, and we’ll see you next year.
Another solid episode prompts us to talk about Season 2’s pacing, the trail of blue diamonds, the fate of the central characters and what a Season 3 starring Jim Carrey might look like.
Kelly Anneken of Up Yours, Downstairs! and Family Meeting fame joins me once again for a super sized podcast for the 90 minute season three finale of Orange is the New Black, “Trust No Bitches”. We discuss our overall feelings about the third season, hate on Piper, Alex and Healy, share our joy at Black Cindy’s moving conversion to Judaism, debate the merits of working for one’s parents, and much, much more. It’s a podcast more colorfully deadly than a Jolly Rancher shiv, and it’s coming your way.
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