We made it out of the Night Country. True Detective Season 4 has come to a conclusion and Jim and A.Ron are here to gather the facts. Whether you’re Team Rational or Team Supernatural, there is fuel for your fire. Were your theories correct?
We’re quickly approaching the border of Night Country. A.Ron and Jim are unraveling the threads of the conspiracy around Annie K, the mine, and the police chief. Between the physical and emotional punches, this episode gave us some of the answers we’ve been looking for. Did your predictions come true?
Lyons and tigers and…and…involuntary psychiatric commitment. Oh my! The backstories are coming out in this episode. Working in healthcare is dangerous when Dot is at your hospital. And are we headed toward a Dot/Munch team up? Get your fix of Fargo and theory crafting in this week’s episode with Jim and A.Ron.
If you’ve played Stardew Valley, you know the immense value of Iridium. There’s an Iridium asteroid and its capture would ruin global trading for Russia. Old Man Ed is destroying his relationship with Dani. Dev says good-bye forever. How would you hide someone on the Mars base?
Science fiction is a widely read and respected genre, ok?! And the show is excelling at embodying some of those sci-fi tropes you know and hopefully love. As the known universe gets spaghettified, this show becomes a meta commentary on the comic book genre. Catch up on this discussion of Marvel’s Loki for the Easter Eggs you missed, eerie character parallels, and more! And remember, it’s not about the why.
This episode is a cry for help from the writer’s room. This episode reveals that the non-linear storytelling was more of a crutch than anything else. However, the emotional beats within this episode reach a depth hitherto never seen on The Walking Dead. As we gear up for the finale, we’re holding out hope that this could actually stick the landing (in TWD terms of course).
This episode makes the Star Wars canon better. We get to see more of Ahsoka’s backstory and her trials as a young Padawan. As you probably know, Anakin was made for a problematic Jedi Master. See how that dynamic influences Ahsoka in the present time in a showdown that brings Star Wars back to form.
Day’s actions are attracting attention from Dawn and Dusk. Hari and Salvor are making moves. Can they figure out what the signal means? With the exciting potential of having David Goyer stop by on the pod, you can check out Goyer’s Reddit thread here.
Eventually you’ll get what you want, and we know you want more Timothy Olyphant. How high would the moral stakes have to be for the audience to be ok with Raylan outright attacking Clement? See which predictions came true and find out what the Chicken Fat song has to do with it all.
Now what if I told you that this episode of Star Trek is the straight up comedy version of “Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner”? Would you believe me? Spock is dealing with his emotional side, Kirk serves up some great jokes, and several crew members learn to appreciate their relationships. Listen in to hear about all this and A.Ron’s shout-out in this episode of Baldly Go!