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In this episode of Picard, Patrick Stewart does some of the best acting of the show accompanied by some of the worst scenes of the show. Ogres and onions aren’t the only things that have layers anymore, join us as we try to track a couple different plot lines through multiple layers of nonsense. It’ll have you asking important questions such as, is Q a sociopath or party animal? Is Borg-Jurati getting a high off of smashing windows? If you love Star Trek, maybe this isn’t the episode for you, but if you like absurd comedy, this is right up your alley. Maybe there’s too much snakeleaf going around.
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Cecily and Alexis say goodbye to this season and more in this final episode. It was very bittersweet, and managed to wring out some genuine emotion compared to the season before. There is a lot on the line, and we can’t wait to talk about it again next season!
Rick and Morty have been enslaved by a xenomorphic species with the all too familiar wet egg / face-hugger / wet egg lifecycle in Promortyus.
Jim and A.Ron discuss “Passed Pawn”, the penultimate episode of Westworld Season 3.
The follow-up to last week’s insane plan sees Kim and Jimmy doubling down on their lives together, while digging deeper into trouble. If there was ever a time to get out, that time has long since passed. Join us as we discuss S05E07 of Better Call Saul, “JMM”.
Jim and A.Ron discuss the latest episode of Star Trek: Picard. They discuss the convenience of Fenrir Ranger beacons, the age of children on different planets, the injustice of Hugh’s character arc, and the vulgarity of Star Trek.
A.Ron and Cecily talk about Moses and the Israelites, the power of prayer, steel vs. porcelain, and devotion. If that’s not vague enough, then watch the episode!
Cecily and Alexis talk about the latest episode of His Dark Materials; “The Fight to the Death”. While they’re a little disappointed in the episode, and even more disappointed in the critical reviews, they’re still very much on board for the future.
In Episode #7, originally aired on 12.5.14: The boys decorate the Bald Move studios for the holiday season. There might also be scary ghost stories and tales of the glories of Christmases long long ago.