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.
Jim and A.Ron discuss the latest episode of Star Trek: Picard. They discuss the convenience of Fenrir Ranger beacons, the age of children on different planets, the injustice of Hugh’s character arc, and the vulgarity of Star Trek.
Jim and A.Ron are discuss the sixth episode of Star Trek: Picard, “The Impossible Box”. They discuss Hugh and Picard’s relationship; Soji recovers some memories thanks to a forbidden ritual; and burning down long-established friendships.
Jim and A.Ron discuss the second episode of CBS’ new series, Picard, Maps and Legends.
Jim and A.Ron have seen the very first episode of Picard on CBS, and they are enjoying it already. They talk about their history with the crew of The Next Generation, and provide thoughtful insights and background along the way.
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…
Cecily and Alexis talk about the latest episode of His Dark Materials; “The Fight to the Death”. While they’re a little disappointed in the episode, and even more disappointed in the critical reviews, they’re still very much on board for the future.
Jim and A.Ron watched the Watchmen. In the finale episode of the season, and perhaps the series, See How They Fly, they break a few eggs to make a tasty omelette.
Cecily and Alexis can’t help but be a little disappointed in the latest episode of His Dark Materials, “The Daemon-Cages”. They discuss the real-word implications of what this all means and mental health!
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.