Jim and A.Ron are watching the Watchmen.
Jim and A.Ron are watching the Watchmen. They talk about the appearance of the Silk Spectre, who came prepared with jokes, as well as what is missing. There are stories within stories happening all at once.
Jim and A.Ron are watching the Watchmen, specifically episode 2, “Martial Feats of Comanche Horsemanship” and all of the meanings that title could have. Everyone is someone else, and nobody is what they seem. Finally, Jim and A.Ron consider your feedback and theories.
Jim and A.Ron are watching the Watchmen. They’re impressed with what has been a divisive episode and what might end up being a divisive season of television. There is a lot of hidden and some obvious callbacks to the graphic novels and 2007 movie sprinkled throughout. They also discuss squid rain, confidential documents, Ryan Murphy’s latest work in American Hero Story, and the musical Oklahoma.
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Jim and A.Ron are watching HBO’s Watchmen! They discuss their thoughts, fears, and anticipation about this highly anticipated upcoming series.
Jim, A.Ron, and Cecily share their final thoughts on Amazon’s superhero subversion The Boys (00:00:00) then discuss the final episode of Hulu’s Harlots, as well as the prospects for a fourth seasons (00:23:34).
Jim, A.Ron, and Cecily all talk about HBO’s newest comedy series, The Righteous Gemstones, created by and starring Danny McBride (00:00:00). Then we discuss cord-cutting with tech journalist Jared Newman who runs Cord-Cutter Confidential (00:19:00). Finally, we wrap up with a discussion of the first four episodes of Amazon’s The Boys (00:40:39)! Leave Us A Review…
Beth and Jerry take a cruise aboard the doomed steam ship Titanic in this season one finale of Rick and Morty, “Ricksy Business”. You’ll never believe this, but they’re not on the same page about enjoying their time together. Meanwhile Rick and Beth take advantage of the lack of parental oversight by throwing a pan-dimensional rager, despite the penalty for doing so being no more Rick and Morty. That leaves the Mort-man doing damage control, and I’m not saying he’s super successful, but you know, there is a season two in existence. Heck, we’ll start covering it tomorrow!
“Close Rick-counters of the Rick Kind” multiplies the inter dimensional possibilities of Rick and Morty by infinity. That’s a lot of Ricks, and a lot of Mortys. By what measure is a Rick the “Rickest?” What does it say about that measure that the only Rick we’ve seen that approaches a decent human being is labeled…