This week we cap off season 2 of Ted Lasso, and the first season of several shows including Reservation Dogs, Squid Game, and Midnight Mass. Then A.Ron talks about his fascination with intelligent sci-fi spiders in the book Children of Time.
This time on OTC we catch up to the half-way point of Ted Lasso season 2, Talk about Disney’s epic adventure movie “Jungle Cruise”, as well as our first impressions of Reservation Dogs and Patron topics. A.Ron also talks about Marvel’s new “What If…?” animated series, the Netflix furry action happening in Beastars, the Friends reunion he didn’t have a chance to talk about sooner, and a wrapup on Schmigadoon!.
This time we talk about a couple comedies and a couple video games. I talk about the “Always Sunny” roots of “Mythic Quest”, A.Ron talks about the Netflix sketch comedy show “I Think You Should Leave”, then we talk about a couple co-op video games with “It Takes Two” and “Phogs”.
This time A.Ron talks about shows he’s been watching and games he’s been playing including Mare of Easttown, The Good Place, and Resident Evil: Village, and Jim does the same, including Hacks, Tetris Effect, and NBA2k21.
This week we talk about episodes 6 & 7 of WandaVision, Jim talks about the first episode of For All Mankind, A.Ron finishes Doom Patrol, and Jim sort of recommends Matt Berry’s Toast of London.
This week we talk about the first 3 episodes and the 12-hour live event of HBO’s “The Third Day”, Showtime’s John Brown-based series starring Ethan Hawke called “The Good Lord Bird”, Netflix’s Sherlock Holmes-adjacent series “Enola Holmes” starring Millie Bobby Brown and Henry Cavill, and the most recent two episodes of HBO’s “Lovecraft Country.”
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.
Charlie Kaufman’s new film is out on Netflix right now and we’ve decided that it’s a good idea to cover a movie about general anxiety, hopelessness and the futility of life while we’re in a full-blown lockdown pandemic. Join us, won’t you?
This time we take on the latest season of The Umbrella Academy, wax nostalgic about a bygone era of basketball featured in The Last Dance, and wrap up our discussion of What We Do in the Shadows.
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