Jim and A.Ron have decided that USA’s Mr. Robot has done enough in “eps2.9_pyth0n-pt2.p7z”, to get us re-invested and excited for the potential of the next season. It’s not been a prefect season, and some of Esmail’s high risk, experimental approaches haven’t always gone as smoothly as we’d have liked, but at the end of the day, the fact that there is nothing else like it on television mitigates a lot of the frustration we’ve felt over the show’s pacing and plodding mysteries. What did you think? We consider a bunch of feedback for this week’s episode on the show, but next week we’ll be back for a final wrap up episode where we get to process this season and look ahead to the next one.
Jim and A.Ron blitz through the final three episodes (“.380”, “The Dark at the End of the Tunnel”, and “A Cold Day in Hell’s Kitchen”) of Netflix’s Daredevil and fight hundreds of mystic ninja warriors just so we can get our takes and yours out while they’re still hot. Ultimately, we’re conflicted, as overall this is a strong (but not stronger) follow up to the promise of the first season, but there are enough dangling threads and murky motivations and plot points to be as frustrating as it is satisfying.
Welcome back to coverage for the penultimate episode of season 2 of Breaking Bad, number 212, “Phoenix”! We discuss baby saving sonar robots of the future, heroin acquisition machines, take a deep dive in the morality and ethics of one Walter White, divide blame for the Jane fiasco among all the players, chide Hank on his lactophobia, and much more. Plus, some feedback, and some spoilers for things yet to come as we mentally prepare ourselves for next week’s finale, “ABQ”!
Kelly Anneken from sister cast Up Yours Downstairs joins A.Ron this week to break down the penultimate episode of season two of Orange is the New Black, “It Was The Change”. We discuss where we hide our tazers, which COs we’d f*&%/kill/marry, and talk about how we can all be better people. Kelly also has a…