Here to close out the season with the discussion of yet another excellent episode are Jim and…. Levi. They may not be the hosts the podcast deserves, but they’re the hosts the podcast needs right now. Seriously though, we have a great conversation and a lot of fun on this guest-hosted season finale. Thank you to Levi for filling in this week. Tune in next week for your regularly scheduled season wrapup.
In what is probably going to be the last Bald Move Breaking Bad podcast ever, we discuss the awesome season three finale that is episode 313, “Full Measure”. So much to talk about, from a back to the beginning’s cold open that has us rethinking what we know about Walt, to Mike planting his flag as an all time great in BrBa history, and the irrevocable moral choices that are going to have impacts that reverberate through the rest of the series.
It’s a great way to end things, and if this is your first time through, by all means continue to enjoy our complete coverage of one of the all time great television shows through seasons four and five. I envy you. If, like us, this is your second, third, or millionth time through, I hope you’ve enjoyed our three season retrospective watch. It has been a blast! Bring on season two of Better Call Saul!
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.
Jim and A.Ron have seen the finale of House of Cards, episode 313, “Chapter Thirty Nine”, and are left wanting; like showing up to Freddy’s for a full rack of ribs and getting served a McRib, with not even a consolation slice of cornbread or side of fried okra to be seen… Is this it? No knuckle-rapping, no thermonuclear war with Russia? Hell, Doug got more vengeance on consumer grade electronics in two episodes that Frank got vengeance on his enemies all season long. We talk about the two major bombshells we got McRibbed with, as well as tons and tons of your feedback. Let’s hope for some cornbread next season, shall we?