This week we talk about what factors we consider when moving, shows that we were sad to move on from, and whole lot of other stuff. Listen here to discover the topics for yourself.
In Episode #28, originally aired on 5.29.15:
Jim and A.Ron discuss podcasters behaving badly, the dark side of podcasting, movies that we’d hate to see be re-made, how Fury Road and John Wick herald the future of action movies, and our favorite Always Sunny moments. And we take some Q&A from audience, as we are wont to do.
This week we talk about the new Tenet trailer, home improvement projects, recast Ocean’s 11 from shows we’ve covered, Spotify and podcasting, and much more.
In Episode #27, originally aired on 5.22.15:
Jim and A.Ron talk about duck pin bowling, the latest Destiny expansion, “House of Wolves”, their experience with MMOs in general, and their thoughts on re-imagining the Star Wars prequels.
In this week’s lunch, we talk about modding a Playstation Classic, run through a classic movie face-off to pick the winners, and get in touch with our true selves thanks to the coronavirus quarantine.
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.
This week on lunch: Detailed plans for the return of Watching Dead. Edge or middle of brownies? Are cast iron pans worth it? Tiny Houses. Beard fiddling. And more.
In Episode #25, originally aired on 5.8.15: Jim and A.Ron discuss the problems of the glut of Golden Age television. How do you decide what to watch? How do you decide what to let go? Can you ever catch up? All this and more is pondered over Lunch.
We talk about movie theaters and coronavirus, road trips, and a host of other topics. Join the forum to ask questions with fellow club members here or use #baldlunch on Twitter!
Join the forum to ask questions with fellow club members here or use #baldlunch on Twitter!