Better Cast Saul - 101 – Uno

Jim and A.Ron had a lot of complex feelings about the first episode of Better Call Saul, “Uno”.  A.Ron enjoyed the super sized portion of Saul, but worried about the sustainability of the rate of easter eggs and classic BrBa character appearances, while Jim was bothered by pacing.  We also talked about the Aztek of Azteks, dent trash cans, scams both large and small, and much more.  Plus a ton of great feedback, the fans are bringing it from week one!  Hope you enjoy, and stay tuned tomorrow for our in depth coverage of episode 102, “Mijo”!

Better Cast Saul - 101 & 102 – Uno & Mijo – Instant Take

Jim and A.Ron take a look at the first two episodes of Better Call Saul, “Uno” and “Mijo”, and shoot from the hip.  What did we like?  What concerns us?  What would Breaking Bad virgins make of this? The show has enourmous potential, but equally enourmous expectations.  Can’t wait to see what you guys think of it and to see where this show goes over the next two (at least) seasons!

Breaking Good - 101 – Pilot

This week we discuss the hour long pilot episode, creatively called “Pilot”. We talk sad b-day hand jobs, Hank’s gun handling, Walt Jr’s love affair with breakfast, and divulge some behind the scenes info on the casting and production process. We consider some light feedback, and then get into the spoiler section where we highlight some foreshadowing and call backs that the Villigan is so famous for!

Fargo - 101 – The Crocodile’s Dilemma

Jim and A.Ron break down their thoughts on the first episode of FX’s new series, Fargo, “The Crocodile’s Dilemma”. In the podcast, we discuss the parallel’s between plot and characters of other Coen productions, such as “Fargo” and “No Country for Old Men”, how well they nailed the look, sounds, and “feel” of “Fargo”, and how the show runners cleverly played with some of our assumptions about how the characters would act and behave. All this, plus a smattering of feedback, and a few words of warning regarding some serious spoilers floating around on the ‘net.

Smirkin’ And Merkin

Kelly and Tom set out to change the way the internet experiences Mr. Selfridge. Their discussion of the two-hour Masterpiece Classic premiere involves a LOT of made-up names, LinneyWatch 2013, the smile that dropped a thousand panties, the Ginger Gregson, a Torchwood alien, and the niceness of people being nice to one another. All this,…