Get…off…my…LAWN! It’s the lack of critical thought that broke the camel’s back. Zombies, make-shift light sabers, and Narnia references really mucked up this episode. Filoni’s cherry-picking method for choosing Star Wars lore has resulted in a muddied series that serves neither die-hards nor casual fans. Are we in a Star Wars dark age?
The finale didn’t land with some critics, but Jim and A.Ron liked it! When you let go of “what could have been”, you’ll enjoy the swarms of Mandos, fight scenes, and Giancarlo Esposito. What will be next for this found family? Your hosts share some season 4 hopes. And you can share yours by sending in an email!
The voyage of Star Trek: Picard comes to an end. The series had the best of episodes, and the worst of episodes. But Jim and A.Ron say this finale stuck the landing. The return of the entire cast was a good burst of nostalgia and the perfect way to end the show for those diehard Trek Heads. Though the journey may end here for Captain Jean-Luc Picard, Jim and A.Ron speculate on the future storylines of some of these newer characters.
It’s an emotionally crushing finale full of hard choices and desperate situations. The Fireflies may have gone off the deep end. We get to see the killer version of Joel people have been talking about all season. Did you catch all the video game actor cameos throughout the season?
And just like that, The Last of Us season one comes to an end. Join Jim and A.Ron as they discuss your thoughts, theories, and questions with the benefit of having a complete season. From the sketchy Fireflies to the heartwarming giraffe moment, there’s a lot to unpack as we fight to survive with Ellie and Joel one last time.
It’s the end of an era. The Walking Dead has been around for a good chunk of everyone’s life at this point, so it’s time to poke fun one last time. Jim and A.Ron will cover the highs and lows of the series while going through your feedback. Listen in for favorite/least favorite characters, moments, episodes, and more. Thanks for joining us whether you’ve been here a few months or half of your life.
Welcome back survivors to the most loyal podcast to The Walking Dead. You’ve almost made it to the end. The final episode is upon us. This show died the way it lived; it was loud, the fights were over the top, and zombie guts were spilled. Overall, it was a mostly satisfying conclusion to a roller coaster of a series. Rest in piss, The Walking Dead.
Now that the first season is in the rear view, let’s talk about it! Should you read the books? Who took the first shot in this war? Were the Targaryens always fated to fight? Can a rider breathe at dragon cruising altitude? Is Aemond a warrior or idiot kid who can’t control his emotions? King Jimhaerys and Ser A.Ron are here to impart their wisdom.
In the House of the Dragon finale (season one) we see Rhaenyra embrace her inner dragon and Vhagar embrace Lucerys with his jaws. Also, remember Jack Palance?
War is coming to Westeros. Queen Rhaenyra does her best to prevent a schism in the kingdom. It’s not easy when your husband is Daemon. Luke doesn’t want to be the Lord of Driftmark, he won’t have to worry about that anymore. It’s the end of the season, but the start of the war. While we wait for season 2 check out the other Bald Move Pulp episodes on all your favorite shows.