A.Ron, Cecily, and Jim meditate on the ending of HBO’s The Young Pope. What to make of Lenny? How do we feel about the attempted humanization of a pedophile priest? Are we good, or are we bad? The only thing we’re sure of? We’re breathing the same air.
Many more puzzle pieces fell into place over the weekend as HBO’s Westworld deployed episode 109, “The Well-Tempered Clavier”. But there is still a lot left to uncover. Why did Dr. Ford deploy the reverie code? What is his ultimate intentions for his new narrative and indeed future of the park? What are those sentient robots doing hiding up in the hills of Westworld? And what does the Man in Black intend to do with Delores once he finds her? We’re excited to see how things wrap up next week, as we’re hoping to get a glimpse of how Nolan and Joy intend to expand this series going forward. See you then!
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Jim and A.Ron review a shocking episode 109 of HBO’s Game of Thrones series, “Baelor”. Things are going surprisingly well for Robb in his campaign to meet the Lannister forces in battle, surprisingly bad for Dany and Drogo over in Essos, and in King’s Landing? Well, all I can say is never hand a 15 year old boy-king an open mic.
Jim and A.Ron might sound like a bit of a broken record, but we feel that episode 109 of AMC’s Better Call Saul, entitled “Pimento”, just might be the BEST. EPISODE. EVER.
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Jim and A.Ron talk about the flashback episode 109 of HBO’s The Leftovers, “The Garveys At Their Best”, where we ponder how good were they, really? Lot’s of extra content this week for your perusal; The story of St. Hubertus Michelle MacLaren talks about 5 scenes from “Cairo” h/t Cynthia B. Information about the mystery of…
Jim and A.Ron ponder the meaning of the latest excellent episode of FX’s Fargo, “A Fox, A Rabbit, and A Cabbage”. Thing discussed; more evidence of Lorne’s supernatural flavor, Lester’s increasingly bad life decisions, turducken, Roller Girl, the “platinum era” of television, and more possible ways to tie in the series, the movie, and potential future seasons. All this, and a few inches of fluffy white feedback, coming right at ya!
It’s time to close the doors on Series One of Mr. Selfridge–we think. It’s possible that Jeremy Piven has been running around, setting all the clocks five minutes ahead. Kelly and Tom get unbelievably angry at Mr. Grove, imagine Sherlock Without Sherlock, weigh the pros and cons of living like the Eskimo, worry that Rosalie has appendicitis,…