The feedbag is throbbing with feedback for the season 1 wrapup. Is humanity worth saving? And would sacrificing Ellie be worth it? Does the show tell us the truth and give us all the facts? Was it the bite or the knife that made Ellie immune? And the big question we need answered from the showrunners…when are we getting season 2??
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Was Joel wrong? Were the Fireflies right? Here at the end of the season, we take a look back at the major steps that brought us to the explosive conclusion. Join Jim and A.Ron as they hear from medical professionals, ponder Jim’s take on the mycologist, and talk about Marlene’s experience.
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It’s an emotionally crushing finale full of hard choices and desperate situations. The Fireflies may have gone off the deep end. We get to see the killer version of Joel people have been talking about all season. Did you catch all the video game actor cameos throughout the season?
And just like that, The Last of Us season one comes to an end. Join Jim and A.Ron as they discuss your thoughts, theories, and questions with the benefit of having a complete season. From the sketchy Fireflies to the heartwarming giraffe moment, there’s a lot to unpack as we fight to survive with Ellie and Joel one last time.
Get a rundown of the real life badass twins out there. Wondering how Daemon ended up with Lady Royce to begin with? Rhaenys’ dragon maneuver may have greater consequences in the fandom than the writers intended. Keep it leal with both Team Black and Team Green perspectives represented with King Jimhaerys and Ser A.Ron.
It is the hour of the owl and foul deeds are afoot. Should Rhaenyra abdicate and save the realm from bloodshed? Even if that leaves the realm in the hands of (gulp)…Aegon? Was the dragon the only beast beneath the boards? King Jimhaerys and the leal Ser A.Ron are here to answer those questions and possibly yuck your yum.
Can you be into feet and not be creepy about it? We thought Daemon was a wild card, but it looks like Rhaenys is vying for the role. With the stage suspiciously devoid of Rhaenyra and Daemon, we get a very personal look into the chaotic lives of Team Green.
Big Internet points to whoever predicted this episode’s turn of events. We get payoffs, time jumps that make us ask “What happened to Sergei?”, and we get a glimpse at the very real consequences of further automating our businesses and lives. It’s a packed episode and we’re looking forward to the next.
That was a metalhead finale we can cheer for. It came down to the wire and Eleven’s arms were extending while she screamed, of course. BUT the Duffer Brothers delivered a gut punch that made us remember why we love this show. While Jim is condemning pineapple pizza to The Upside Down, A.Ron is happy to report that this episode delivers in stakes, pacing, and surprises.
“Don’t make me defend this show.” A.Ron five times during this episode.
We’re glad to see that elements of this show speak to some people. But when it’s not speaking to us, it’s confusing us. Don’t miss Picard: The Lost Episode, a dramatic reading from A.Ron of a fan spec script that explains this madness. Before you get too giddy about the next Star Trek shows, it’s the same creative team from Picard behind the other shows.
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