Another setup episode has us tapping our foot like a prostitute-loving lawyer on cocaine wondering when we’ll get to the good stuff. And it’s not that the episode isn’t good, it’s just that anticipation of Howard’s downfall is killing us. But while the Kim and Jimmy plot taketh away, the Lalo plot finally arrives to giveth, with a forehead-slappingly obvious continuation that somehow managed to be a complete surprise. Join us for the podcast to hear our full thoughts.
It’s a setup episode this week but that doesn’t mean we can’t have a little fun, with Gus displaying his love of the underground, Kim meeting an acquaintance from her past, and Jimmy wearing “Howard face”. Join us for the podcast to hear our thoughts on S06E04, Hit and Run.
There’s really only one thing to talk about this week and if you’ve seen the episode you already know. For spoiler’s sake, lets all just get into the podcast before we drop any hints.
It’s a good thing they released these first two episodes of Better Call Saul season 6 on the same night because Nacho’s story really needed it. It’s not exactly the most interesting TV to watch a man run north and hide in a motel. They do what they can though. Aside from that, there’s a lot to love about this one. Mike pulls some Mike stuff to scrub any evidence that might link Gus to the Lalo problem, while leaving a whopper of a question for us to ponder. And it’s the return of the Kettlemans who Jimmy and Kim incorporate into their progressing scheme to take down Howard and get that sweet Sandpiper money.
Better Call Saul is back! Join us in the cathedral of justice for S06E01 “Wine and Roses” for a slight twist on the Better Call Saul season opener. This first episode is doing a lot of heavy setup but there are also a couple standout scenes including the beginning of Operation: Take Down Howard and a never-before-seen view into Saul Goodman’s life.
In this world of zombies, turns out nearly everyone is safe. With multiple spinoff series announced, there’s no need to fear for the lives of the main characters anymore. Unless…the spinoff series are a ploy and everyone dies?! Pick your side of the conspiracy. Join us as we wrap up what can best be described as not the worst season, but definitely not the best season of The Walking Dead.
The final season of Better Call Saul is less than a week away so it’s time for a preview. Joining me on the podcast is Pete Peppers, a Youtuber, BCS fan, and general lover of TV. We talk about our rewatches of the series, including where we left all of the characters, as well as what we know and what we’re looking forward to seeing in season 6. Don’t worry, we avoid spoilers until the very end and we give you plenty of warning before dropping them.
Join Pete and I for the preview podcast, then join my wife, Alexis, and I for the final season of Better Call Saul starting next Wednesday!
Have you seen The Bourne Trilogy, All the President’s Men, and Prince of Egypt? If yes, you’ll see where the writers of The Walking Dead took inspiration from this season. The title of this episode is “Acts of God”, so aside from the cameo from Brood X, we’d like to know where these other acts are. Don’t miss the zombies biting at the gaps in the armor of Seal Team Sux with the same ferocity of your uncle eating a chicken wing at the family picnic.
There’s a strong theme developing this week on the walking dead about the costs of protecting yourself or others but we’re not quite sure The Walking Dead has a strong enough foundation to lay it on. Join us for the podcast to hear our full thoughts.
It’s a dash for cash this week on The Walking Dead 1114 “The Rotten Core” as Sebastian sends Daryl and Rosita on a mission to break into a fortified panic room and a much flimsier safe. What purpose does cash serve in a world devastated by a zombie virus? Join us as we speculate about that and a whole lot more.