Rick and Morty find themselves on a cosmic train with no memory of how they go there. One thing is quickly made clear – all tracks lead to a confrontation with Rick Sanchez.
Jim and A.Ron discuss the latest episode of Westworld, “Decoherence”. They discuss the theories and evidence of simulation, art imitating life, and discuss some feedback from the listeners. Join the discussion: Email | Forums Follow us: Twitter | Instagram | Facebook Leave Us A Review on Apple Podcasts
Jim and A.Ron are discuss the sixth episode of Star Trek: Picard, “The Impossible Box”. They discuss Hugh and Picard’s relationship; Soji recovers some memories thanks to a forbidden ritual; and burning down long-established friendships.
Cecily and Alexis can’t help but be a little disappointed in the latest episode of His Dark Materials, “The Daemon-Cages”. They discuss the real-word implications of what this all means and mental health!
Club members get access to a live recording of Lunch with Jim & A.Ron every Friday at 1pm, where members get to ask questions in real time. On the fifth anniversary of Lunch with Jim & A.Ron, we started reheating previous lunch episodes and making them available to the public for the first time.
Jim and A.Ron discuss the latest happenings in The Deuce. Candi has the most complicated story of all, where she has to confront her relationships with the men in her life. Paul handles the aftermath of Tod. Bobby and Dr. Francis try to make a deal. Lori learns how many fucks that she has left in…
Jim and A.Ron talk about toxicity and being the best version of yourself in episode 6 of Rick and Morty season 3, “Rest and Ricklaxation”. We’re then joined by Matt Brady, author of The Science of Rick and Morty, to discuss life, the multi-verse theory, and everything! As always, our initial review and episode discussion…
We’re back to talk HBO’s Sharp Objects and a preliminary spoiler-free discussion of Hulu’s spooky Castle Rock! Here are some time stamps to help you navigate the podcast…
Once again commissioner Fernando Rodriguez (you may better know him as FernNYC17 on our forums) steps up with a choice selection, this time the oft maligned Return of the Jedi. Often dismissed as derivative or childish when compared to A New Hope or The Empire Strikes Back respectively, we have nothing but love for the climax of the story of Skywalker. It’s got the best space battle, the best lightsabre battle, and the best puppets in all of Star Wars. The Special Edition changes? Not so much love.
When we began this podcast, we expected to have a lot of fun laughing at the crazy outfits and Jude Law strutting around chewing scenery left and right. And we were right about that, that is pretty funny and a delight to look at. But these last few episodes have revealed a show with much more substance than we were initially led to believe with the premise. What sort of revolution is the Young Pope wanting to lead? Can the Pope continue to cow heretics and Prime Ministers alike with threats of no win situations and divine retribution? Is Jude Law’s butt proof of the existence of God?