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Severance, Everything Everywhere All At Once – Off the Clock

Listener beware, there be SPOILERS ahead. What’s a Lynchian show about innies and outies, but has nothing to do with belly buttons? All jokes aside about Apple TV+, Severance is actually pretty damn cool. Jim and A.Ron discuss the fault lines forming in Lumon’s facade and in the severed minds of the workers. The scifi premise of the show creates the potential for philosophy behind these bizarre scenes, and yes even those strange, strange waffle parties.

Speaking of unique workplaces, A.Ron and Jim’s working on their backup business plan where they stick googly eyes on toilet plungers. They’re looking for investors.  And while we’re talking about googly eyes, we’ve got a review for the all-new, all-amazing Everything Everywhere All At Once.

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Peacemaker, The Righteous Gemstones, Physical, The Gilded Age, Star Trek Continues – Off the Clock

This time we talk about the first season of Peacemaker and whether James Gunn should take over the DCU as well as the first 6 episodes of Righteous Gemstones season 2. Then Jim talks about the Apple TV+ 80’s aerobics show, Physical, A.Ron rants about The Gilded Age, and we finish up with a fan-made Star Trek series called Star Trek Continues.

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Severance – Off the Clock

Severance on Apple TV+ has captured our imaginations, not just during our work hours but during our personal time too, which is why we’ve come together to record an emergency episode of Off the Clock. Join us for this highly-speculative podcast as we try to unravel the mysteries and dilemmas of Severance.

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Yellowjackets S1 – Off the Clock

We’ve both finished the first season of Yellowjackets and we’re hungry to talk about it so we spend this entire episode talking about nothing but that. We start off with a spoiler-free discussion to whet your appetite before opening up the soft belly of the podcast to spill its spoiler guts. Ok, we spend a few minutes on Peacemaker, The Expanse books 6 & 7, and Andy Weir’s latest book too, but it’s mostly Yellowjackets.