On this episode A.Ron talks about a couple new movies he watched; In the Heights and The Conjuring 3: The Devil Made Me Do It. Then we talk about the final season of The Good Place before moving on to the movies we saw during our latest Double Dern party; Down with Love and Train to Busan: Peninsula.
This time A.Ron talks about shows he’s been watching and games he’s been playing including Mare of Easttown, The Good Place, and Resident Evil: Village, and Jim does the same, including Hacks, Tetris Effect, and NBA2k21.
This time A.Ron gives an update on Mare of Easttown, Jim gives an update on Harley Quinn season 2, then we talk about a couple video games we’ve been playing, Resident Evil: Village and It Takes Two. Finally, A.Ron spends some time with the HBO comedy, Hacks. There’s also a little talk about The Leftovers and A.Ron’s Will Ferrell / John C Reilly binge.
This week we’re talking about the new Apple TV+ series based on the novel and movie, “The Mosquito Coast”, HBO’s new “Mare of Easttown” series starring Kate Winslet, the conclusion of Marvel / Disney+’s “The Falcon and the Winter Soldier” as well as A.Ron’s rewatch of The Sopranos S4.
We interrupt your regularly-scheduled programming to bring you an emergency edition of Off the Clock. The season finale of For All Mankind has been released. Repeat: The season finale of For All Mankind has been released, and it’s a banger. Join us for an impromptu discussion of this early 2021 Baldies contender.
This entire episode is dedicated to the first 9 episodes of Season 2 of Apple TV+’s alternate history space race series, “For All Mankind”. We love this show! Come watch and talk about it with us!
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.