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Jim and A.Ron are back after a hiatus to get back to business with “bad Guy Clem”, and her pal AJ. As a child herself, Clem must take care of her and AJ’s safety as they try to find a new home with safety and security, where they can fit in; while Jim and A.Ron make the worst possible decisions for them. Yeah, this won’t end well.
Want to watch some TV and movies with Jim and A.Ron? A Twitch Watch Party is where we can watch a selection of Amazon Prime Video media along with our audience! It’s a lot like previous LiveWatches we’ve done before, except you don’t have to be Club Member to participate, and you don’t have to do a complicated syncing process with our commentary and the video. It’s all done automatically.
The Boys is back in town for season 2 and we’ve got a full review of the first 3 episodes. Caution: There are major spoilers for all 3 episodes embedded throughout this podcast. You’ve been warned.
Jim, A.Ron, and Cecily discuss a very difficult episode of The New Pope. They discuss confronting your parents/demons (sometimes one and the same), accepting help from your peers, being a socialite, and Christian charity.
Rick and Morty’s “One Crew Over the Crewcoo’s Morty” features a nesting series of heists, and we need to know, right here, right now… are you in, or are you out? Assemble your crew, keep an eye out for double-crossers, and brush up on your Maya Angelou, because Jim and A.Ron have just one last podcast heist to pull, before, uh, they come back next week to do it again? Just when they thought they were out!
In Episode #3, originally aired 10.31.2014: Happy Halloween! Jim and A.Ron wax poetic about their favorite beer of all time, and knock back a 750ml on air!
Jim and A.Ron have seen the latest episode of Mr. Robot, Forbidden. They discuss the perils of mutual partnership and what exactly is forbidden. Whiterose decides to deviate from the plan, and Elliot needs to find a new therapist. Don’t worry, you’ll only have to rewatch the first three seasons twice in order to get all of the references. Don’t forget, someone is always listening.
Cecily and A.Ron dissect the latest episode of FX’s American Horror Story: 1984, “Slashdance”. Who is a friend? Who is an enemy? Nobody knows, but we are taking on all theories! We talk about Nurse Rita surprising history, Ray’s incredibly bad decision making, and interdimensional time-looping pumpkin-head ghost riders. This night just keeps on giving.
Jim and I have seen episode three of HBO’s Chernobyl series, “Open Wide, O Earth”, and are shaken by the graphic depiction of the Chernobyl first responders’ last days. We get to see the horror from multiple perspectives, the victims themselves, the and the friends and family who struggle to cope with this strange manner of death and the danger it poses to them. Meanwhile as the Soviets manage to contain and stop the fire, we gear up for the long war ahead; to fully contain the death and destruction of Chernobyl it will require 750k lives and three years of sacrifice. Will they be up for the challenge? And will they solve the mystery of the reactor’s destruction, so that it might never happen again? All this plus some light discussion on the relative merits of free market capitalism vs centrally planned economies in feedback. You know, kids stuff.