This week we conclude season 1 of For All Mankind, A.Ron dives into the next 2 episodes of The Falcon and the Winter Soldier, Jim has finished Ted Lasso, and A.Ron has finished Difficult People.
This time we talk about a brand new entry into the MCU, The Falcon and the Winter Soldier. Then we catch up on a highly-acclaimed series we missed last year, The Queen’s Gambit. And finally, we continue our coverage of the Apple TV+ alternate history space race series, For All Mankind.
This week we conclude the first season of WandaVision which we were seemingly less disappointed in than the rest of the internet. Then we discuss the first episode of a Hulu / FX show called “Mr Inbetween” that was suggested by one of our Executive Producers over on our Patreon. Finally, we talk about the first three episodes of “For All Mankind” now that A.Ron has begun watching it.
This week we talk about episodes 6 & 7 of WandaVision, Jim talks about the first episode of For All Mankind, A.Ron finishes Doom Patrol, and Jim sort of recommends Matt Berry’s Toast of London.
We’re back to talk about episodes 3 & 4 of WandaVision and then A.Ron speaks his mind about The Sopranos S3 starring Joey Pants.
A.Ron and I come together in our free time this week to talk about a few things that we’ve been thinking about in the form of the opportunistic documentary “24 Hours: Assault on the Capitol”, the new Marvel show “Wandavision”, the continuing rewatch of The Sopranos, and Doom Patrol.
There’s so much to talk about in today’s episode! Over the holidays we both dodged a pre-order bullet by waiting on Cyberpunk 2077 so we decided to talk about the pre-order mentality. Then we move on to TV and talk about more of The Good Lord Bird, Jim’s experience re-watching ALL of Seinfeld – especially the disappointing way the finale was aired, A.Ron’s thoughts on season 1 of The Sopranos and Ted Lasso, then finish up with our teleparty of Free Fire.
This month’s Patron edition of “Off the Clock” isn’t as much about the TV and movies we’ve been watching as it is about what we’ve been reading and watching on YouTube.
A.Ron’s discussion of Mank tells the story of the writing of Citizen Kane. Jim follows up with another Blake Crouch novel, Dark Matter. Then A.Ron talks about his survivalist YouTube obsession, Joe Robinet. And we close it out with a discussion of the shows we wanted to talk more about this year and those we’re glad we didn’t bother with.
This week’s Off the Clock covers A.Ron’s rewatch of Avengers: Infinity War, as well as Netflix’s “The Trial of the Chicago 7” and Blake Crouch’s sci-fi book “Recursion.”
Check out this podcast if you’re interested in hearing our off-the-cuff thoughts on the second Borat movie in 16 years, Borat Subsequent Moviefilm, the Amazon Prime sci-fi show Utopia, the Stephen King / George Romero 1982 anthology teamup, Creepshow, and a low budget, The Shining-esque horror film, Session 9.