“Off the Clock” is our weekly premium show where we talk about all the TV we’ve been watching in our free time. One episode per month is also dedicated to discussion of topics voted on by our Patreon supporters.
This time on OTC we catch up to the half-way point of Ted Lasso season 2, Talk about Disney’s epic adventure movie “Jungle Cruise”, as well as our first impressions of Reservation Dogs and Patron topics. A.Ron also talks about Marvel’s new “What If…?” animated series, the Netflix furry action happening in Beastars, the Friends reunion he didn’t have a chance to talk about sooner, and a wrapup on Schmigadoon!.
This week we talk about the first 2 episodes of Ted Lasso’s latest season, the first Foundation novel and a bit about our hopes / expectations for the Apple TV+ series, Schmigadoon!, The Pacific, Zola, and Shadow and Bone. Plus, we answer questions from our Patreon “Executive Producers” about our plans for future coverage and whether we think great long-form stories on TV are killing shorter-form stories in movies.
This time we talk about a couple comedies and a couple video games. I talk about the “Always Sunny” roots of “Mythic Quest”, A.Ron talks about the Netflix sketch comedy show “I Think You Should Leave”, then we talk about a couple co-op video games with “It Takes Two” and “Phogs”.
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 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.
Jim, A.Ron and Cecily ponder the future of Apple TV, before entering the weird and wonderful world of HBO’s new comedy series, Los Espookys.