Rachel Bloom stars as Rebecca Bunch, a high-powered lawyer from NYC who moves to LA to rekindle an old flame. Each episode features at least two original musical numbers. It’s relatable and funny in the way it discusses mental health. Though it was one of the lowest rated shows on TV, it kept getting renewed and currently has a 98% rating on Rotten Tomatoes. It’s fair to say that it’s aged well.
What is the laundry situation? Mando and Grogu have been wearing the same clothes for three years now. Jim demands to know what Baby Yoda smells like. Someone get ready to catch him when he passes out from the fumes. Will Star Wars figure out the secret sauce for future crossovers? Will the real Gideon please show us his mustache? Catch this Season 3 catch-all episode of feedback for The Mandalorian.
Lunchtime! Get an update on A.Ron’s latest camping adventure. Learn a very special technique for making your cocktails…memorable. And get some good advice on surviving a long flight. Chat GPT discussion has become a Lunch staple and this week a fellow Bald Mover has something cool to share. Check out their project here!
Did your theories get downvoted on Reddit? Well, bring them here! Was Travis about to join the Purple People cult? Can Yellowjackets be deciphered with a basic knowledge of Jungian archetypes? Who is the ‘friend’ Javi refers to? Check out this deep dive into Yellowjackets theory crafting.
There are SPOILERS ahead!
This week on Off the Clock, get a collage of opinions on both new and already popular shows. Mrs. Davis won’t elaborate, but Jim and A.Ron will. Check out their thoughts and these conveniently placed timestamps!
These are the wrapup thoughts of the star-studded show, Star Trek: Picard. A.Ron and Jim’s mission: to chat about a fun show as good friends who love Star Trek. To boldly declare which moments were good, and which were nonsense!
This isn’t the last voyage! Bald Move will be covering Strange New Worlds starting this June!
Randy gets dragged back into the mess. Callie lies to the cops. And Lottie mines Nat’s mind for the answer to Travis’ note. Back in the woods, Javi isn’t speaking (annoying) and Lottie’s influence on the group grows. It’s hard to tell if the rituals have an actual effect. And the burning question, what will happen to this wilderness baby?
Fifty years ago, Paul Newman and Robert Redford reunited for The Sting! Redford plays a small-time grifter, but there’s nothing small-time about this movie. Newman and Redford orchestrate a con on cantankerous crime boss, Doyle Lonnegan, played by Robert Shaw. This story will show you a good time and pull the rug out from under your feet. Still not convinced to give it a shot? This movie won 7 Oscars! How about that?
The finale didn’t land with some critics, but Jim and A.Ron liked it! When you let go of “what could have been”, you’ll enjoy the swarms of Mandos, fight scenes, and Giancarlo Esposito. What will be next for this found family? Your hosts share some season 4 hopes. And you can share yours by sending in an email!
The voyage of Star Trek: Picard comes to an end. The series had the best of episodes, and the worst of episodes. But Jim and A.Ron say this finale stuck the landing. The return of the entire cast was a good burst of nostalgia and the perfect way to end the show for those diehard Trek Heads. Though the journey may end here for Captain Jean-Luc Picard, Jim and A.Ron speculate on the future storylines of some of these newer characters.