Jim and A.Ron talk about the many faces of Rio, Picard’s stubborn bullheadedness, Elnor’s savior and Borg Queen, moving planets and stars to send a secret message, recollecting memories from past lives, and the distance that Agnes Jurati could be thrown in zero g.
Cecily and Alexis wrap-up the first season of “His Dark Materials”, with the final episode, The Betrayal. They look forward to picking up where the story leaves off in Season 2, where they will definitely be back to discuss. Join the discussion: Email | Forums Follow us: Twitter | Instagram | Facebook Leave Us A Review…
In Episode #8, originally aired on 12.11.14: The boys reflect on their good fortune and incredible traffic stats, plus Jim goes lip to lip with the Man Trout himself, Jonathan Banks. This is the origin of our video skit editions.
Jim and A.Ron are watching the Watchmen. They discuss the paradox of time and space, and have a lot to say for an episode about a man asking a woman out to dinner. They discuss Watchmen’s first ever post-credit sequence, Peteypedia, and consider feedback.
The Instant Talk podcast is our aftershow, with our own quick thoughts about the episode followed by an interactive chat discussion with our fans, live on YouTube. The first half is released as the Instant Take podcast. The audio from the interactive section is released as a premium podcast just for our club members.
jim and a.ron want all the deets. elliot is shook.
We say goodbye to The Deuce, at least as we see it from David Simon’s perspective. Jim and A.Ron discuss standards in the porn and film industry (then and today), Eileen’s work and her relationships. We see the end of Vincent and Abby, give a toast to Reg and Melissa, and remember fondly the times…
This week we are joined by comedian/writer/actor Ify Nwadiwe (@IfyNwadiwe), co-host of the Nerdificent Podcast and the Who Shot Ya? Podcast.
We thoroughly enjoyed the experience of watching Sharp Objects these past few months. While we could, and do, nitpick a few storytelling elements here and there, we found the finale to be of a piece with the whole. Maybe there weren’t satisfying answers to every single element or question raised by the series, but isn’t that the way life goes? We feel we got enough through Camille’s point of view to understand what motivated Adora and Amma, and liked that the show left some things ambiguous and open to interpretation. But what did everyone else think? We’ll be back next week to discuss the next few episodes of Castle Rock and bat clean up for Sharp Objects. See you then!