Bienvenue to the series premiere of Daryl Dixon! While in France, Daryl is eating fish whole, getting robbed, and then healed/tortured by a bunch of nuns. Just a typical day in the life of Daryl. In true zombie-show-in-2023 fashion, there’s an annoying teen who might be the key to the whole situation. Join Jim and A.Ron as they follow Daryl on his journey to Paris.
Asoka Tano enters swinging her dual lightsabers. She must hunt down some mysterious Sith. Meanwhile, Ahsoka’s Padawan, Sabine, is becoming disillusioned with her master. Sound familiar to you Star Wars: The Clone Wars fans? Jim and A.Ron are hoping Dave Filoni’s remix takes itself less seriously in the coming episodes.
Raylan is back with his daughter Willa in tow. In two sweeping episodes, J:CP effortlessly builds a rich setting in Detroit. We meet a cast of characters who are all more than what meets the eye. There’s a mysterious tunnel system. And various Chekov’s nouns are introduced for what we hope are going to be big payoffs. Will Raylan’s cowboy approach be enough to take on the criminals in the streets of Detroit?
The wait is over! Crack open your cryopod and tune into Jim and A.Ron’s thoughts on the first episode of an exciting season. Lee Pace and Jarry Harry return to the cosmos as leads in this interplanetary sci-fi based on the book series by Isaac Asimov. The Empire requires respect. Will the Foundation be its ruin? Find out on this season of Foundation!
This is a special edition episode for your Bald Move Prestige feed. Jim and A.Ron love the flavor of The Bear, and want to dish on all the best parts. It’s a dry comedy about a bunch of dysfunctional people trying to open a restaurant. It examines joy, existential dread, and obsession in a setting that is literally falling to pieces. Grab a plate as Jim and A.Ron serve up some hot takes on an even hotter show.
This is the cigar-chomping, Bloodwine-drinking version of Star Trek we’ve been waiting for. There’s a new riff on the Klingons, Hulk-out juice, and a little-known Star Trek species that finally gets its time in the spotlight. There are a few things to file under “cringe”, but it wouldn’t be Star Trek without the camp.
Do you remember the first time you saw the black and white opening? What were your theories? Did you catch all of the foreshadowing in this episode? In case you missed those details, Pete and Courtney have a rundown of all the hard-to-spot clues that color this season. Your hosts will paint a picture that blends themes, plot, and character development so you can experience the great storytelling of Breaking Bad all over again.
The theories, the secrets, and the drama are all coming back in season two of Yellowjackets. If you haven’t seen season one, binge it now! There’s a lot of history between these characters and this season hits the ground running. The pilot already gives us plenty to ponder as some unfamiliar Yellowjackets get some screen time and new reveals come to light.
We’re back for season two, where we’ll be sampling from the very best of 80s action television as we watch the pilots where all these stories begin. This week, we’re with the A-Team, who from what we gather are an elite team of special forces con-men, as they attempt to run a mercenary co-op with a side hustle of Hollywood studio backlot misadventures. Things get a little rough in patches, but the theme song is rad and Mr. T is still awesome.
It’s been 15 years since a pantsless Walter White first stepped onto our screens. Now that Breaking Bad and Better Call Saul have finished their runs, Pete and Courtney are here to do a retrospective. This is for fans who have seen the shows because there will be SPOILERS! In this rewatch, Pete and Courtney will break down the characters, themes, and plot points and connect them to the greater arc of the story. Listen along as Pete and Courtney explore the growth, decay, and transformation of Breaking Bad.