It’s a return to form for a Walking Dead show, meaning it got worse. We’re back to the non-sequiturs and nonsense of TWD. You’ll get to see Daryl release a necessary mule and run from a handful of zombies. When Daryl isn’t acting out of character, we get to see more backstory for Isabelle and Laurent.
Asoka Tano enters swinging her dual lightsabers. She must hunt down some mysterious Sith. Meanwhile, Ahsoka’s Padawan, Sabine, is becoming disillusioned with her master. Sound familiar to you Star Wars: The Clone Wars fans? Jim and A.Ron are hoping Dave Filoni’s remix takes itself less seriously in the coming episodes.
Are you someone who’s read the books, and yet you’re still confused? Don’t worry, you’re in good company. Get the breakdown that you need from Jim and A.Ron as they discuss the rebrand of the Foundation. The Empire is in decline. The Foundation has taken on the role of a religion. What do the beautiful blue eyes mean? Are we going to see a Tywin-like play for the throne?
Raylan is back with his daughter Willa in tow. In two sweeping episodes, J:CP effortlessly builds a rich setting in Detroit. We meet a cast of characters who are all more than what meets the eye. There’s a mysterious tunnel system. And various Chekov’s nouns are introduced for what we hope are going to be big payoffs. Will Raylan’s cowboy approach be enough to take on the criminals in the streets of Detroit?
This is a special edition episode for your Bald Move Prestige feed. Jim and A.Ron love the flavor of The Bear, and want to dish on all the best parts. It’s a dry comedy about a bunch of dysfunctional people trying to open a restaurant. It examines joy, existential dread, and obsession in a setting that is literally falling to pieces. Grab a plate as Jim and A.Ron serve up some hot takes on an even hotter show.
Do you remember “The Measure of a Man” episode from Star Trek: Next Generation? Strange New Worlds is holding their own courtroom melodrama. Pike looks for a lawyer as Commander Una Chin-Riley is put on trial. What is natural? What is unnatural? Are those concepts inherently good or bad? Is that a bald Vulcan?? Discuss these serious and silly questions with Jim and A.Ron on this episode of Baldly Go.
Appearances (and disappearances) can be deceiving. Do you know how many episodes Tuco Salamanca appears in on Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul? For a character with so little screen time, he leaves a lasting impression. Join Pete and Courtney as they say goodbye to Tuco and hello to Don Hector in their discussion of “Grilled.”
If all your friends jumped off a bridge and then committed cannibalism, would you do it too?! Now that the cannibalistic dam has broken, when will the rest of the team take the plunge? When you’re in the wilderness, survival is dubious. Which means Javi might be gone for good. It also means there’s no Internet to look up makeup tutorials.
Ever decide something with a coin flip? Walt and Jesse did. And that brings us to question the role of fate in the lives of these characters: Was Walt always Heisenberg? Or did he have to become Heisenberg? Looking back, there’s a lot bubbling under the surface of these characters. Now, go watch No Country for Old Men if you haven’t seen it yet.
This season of The Mandalorian is wasting no time on sidequests. There’s action and fun for the whole family. And this episode raises some interesting questions. Who is the title referring to? How would a Mandalorian helmet work for Grogu? Which droid history is correct? And Jim makes some end of season predictions.