Jim and A.Ron discuss the first episode of The Mandalorian, Chapter One, from the Disney+ platform.
Cecily and Alexis discuss the second episode of HBO’s His Dark Materials. We spend a lot of time discussing character development, mostly, but make sure that there is plenty of give to run around and discuss book information, you know? Join the discussion: Email | Forums Follow us: Twitter | Instagram | Facebook Leave Us…
Jim and A.Ron are watching the Watchmen.
Jim and A.Ron discuss the Season 4 premiere of Rick and Morty, “Edge of Tomorty: Rick Die Rickpeat”. They talk about Kirkland off-brands, fascism being the default, Morty’s destiny. If this were a 90’s sitcom, we would’ve learned to live in the moment but also plan accordingly. But it’s not a 90’s sitcom. You can…
Cecily and A.Ron dissect the latest episode of FX’s American Horror Story: 1984, “Rest in Pieces”. They talk about the many lives and loves of Camp Redwood, the meaning of ‘camp’ itself, and what everyone misses most and least about the 80’s. Right on.
Jim and A.Ron bring season 3 to a close with episode 10, “The Rickchurian Mortydate”. We’ll see you again when Season 4 begins on November 11 – Pickle Me This will return with the first episode review on Tuesday!
As always, our initial review and episode discussion are spoiler-free for first time fans, but we have plenty of in-depth discussion of spoilers and behind the scenes details when we tune into dimension BM-77 at the end of the podcast!
Cecily and Alexis discuss the premiere episode of His Dark Materials.
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.
In this episode, Beth revisits the colorful Froopyland to remember an old friend and has an existential crisis. Either way this goes, you will be chilled the fuck out in the end.
Jim and A.Ron have much to discuss. A GoT prequel has been cancelled, the DD’s have exited the Star Wars universe, and House of the Dragon has gotten the go-ahead.