A Tom Clancy spy novel breaks out in the middle of this episode of For All Mankind. There are hundreds of people on Mars at this point, and they have needs. Ed isn’t looking well, Dani’s leadership is strong, and Margot is interrogated by Russian officials. A.Ron the Shipper sees a potential love connection. Don your space suit and join Jim and A.Ron on Hi, Bob!
Napoleon is a movie that can’t decide on which story it wants to tell. The storyline of the steamy romance between Napoleon and his Empress Josephine bucks against the scenes of war. The visuals are gorgeous, the story is muddy. What is Ridley Scott trying to tell us, if anything, about this cantankerous emperor?
Lunchtime! Lunch munchers are the people who watch LWJ&A live. This buffet includes sports, Scavengers Reign, and an updated game from Jim’s childhood that he’s playing again. If you have gym advice, Jim and A.Ron might not be the audience for it. Have you seen a cryptid?
It’s not all smiles in Happy Valley. The second episode of For All Mankind season 4 gives us an unnerving glimpse into the future of space expansion. The tension between the upper and lower decks is palpable. Ed becomes cold, Dani tries to reason with him, and Jim and A.Ron are here to cover it all!
Fargo is coming back with a spin on the movie that started it all. This series is an anthology, so you can jump in here if you’re new! This season revamps Fargo (1996) and asks “What if…?” and changes some of the recognizable plot points to retell the iconic story. Showrunner Noah Hawley promises a funny season for this dramedy. Join Jim and A.Ron as they continue their coverage of this beloved, zany show.
The snake is swallowing its own tail. Loki season 2 has come to an end, does it satisfy the sci-fi nerds Jim and A.Ron? Does the emotion connect to the action? Is it a truly perfect parallel to the very first Thor movie? Whether or not this is where we leave the god of mischief, this season gave us a great story for one of our favorite Marvel characters.
Lunchtime! Hope you’re hungry because Jim and A.Ron open this lunch with food discourse. Get prepared to defend your favorite sweet treats. Move over Halloween, it’s Christmastime now. How do you get cozy? Is it by watching favorite animated movies and cute incense burners? And there are some great game recs, unless you don’t like birds, then you probably won’t be interested.
The Holdovers is a delightful movie with emotional depths that isn’t seen often in recent cinema. Alexander Payne has crafted a heartfelt movie about a group of boys left at boarding school over Christmas break. Paul Giamatti stars as the curmudgeon tasked with watching them. The film explores the depths of joy, despair, and hilarity. It’s been called an “instant Christmas classic”, and Jim and A.Ron agree.
For All Mankind is back, baby! Jim and A.Ron are here to give you day one coverage of this alternative-reality sci-fi. Last season left us with a North Korean capsule, a gun buried in the sand, and Sergei and Margo living different lives. Join us in Happy Valley for the thrilling continuation of the beloved series.
Be CAREFUL about SPOILERS!! Jim and A.Ron care about you, so don’t look things up on the Internet. Get a first look at the number of episodes, the scope of the story, and one of the returning directors. Not enough HOTD for you? Don’t worry, there are spin-offs headed your way! Keep it leal.