It’s only the middle of the season and things are already looking pretty bleak. More people barely escape with their lives, while the fate of others is completely up in the air. Join us for a whole lot of Amos love, speculation about the fate of the Roci’s pilot, and a Naomi / Miller easter egg.
Cecily and Alexis say goodbye to this season and more in this final episode. It was very bittersweet, and managed to wring out some genuine emotion compared to the season before. There is a lot on the line, and we can’t wait to talk about it again next season!
Anthony finally gets to talk about his favorite character! Lisa Woolfork talks about Sam and Arya. Robert Rouse talks about chapter 7 and discusses medieval travel narratives and cartography. Steve and Anthony get deep into the plot and themes of season one. Gregory Webster explores Arya’s complex identity. Anthony suggests four ways that Roman religion influenced Martin’s world: why is the number seven significant?
What would Christmas be without a heartfelt message of cheer and togetherness? Elf starts out on a sad and lonely note, but by the end our spirits are lifted. Hopefully we accomplished the same this Christmas season with our podcasts. Thank you to everyone who has joined us for these past few weeks of celebration. Enjoy the final podcast of the season, and we’ll see you next year!
This episode is absolutely packed full of disasters. Seriously, there are at least four devastating crises! Bad things are happening on a system-wide scale and all of our characters are caught up in it. Join us as we discuss what the huge developments of this week’s episode might mean for the rest of the season.
Cecily and Alexis say their goodbyes to their favorite tired joke, ask lots of questions about witches, and get pumped for some action!
Cast Away defined the survival genre when it came out in 2000 and it’s back again on its 20th anniversary to cap off the year of pure survival, 2020. Join us for the podcast as we discuss the themes of hope, scenes we can only watch through our fingers, and, of course, WILLLLSOOOONNN.
The Mandalorian is leaving our lives for another year, but not before delivering a mind-blowing amount of fan service and a major announcement of… something. Join us for the season finale discussion and enjoy the podcast. See you next season!
Gregory Webster and Don Riggs join Anthony to discuss Catelyn’s motives (both seen and unseen). Steve Ausburne talks about trial by combat, eating horse hearts, and falling from the moondoor. After talking with Chad about the maesters, Anthony dives deep into dragons as presented in medieval bestiaries.
This month’s Patron edition of “Off the Clock” isn’t as much about the TV and movies we’ve been watching as it is about what we’ve been reading and watching on YouTube.
A.Ron’s discussion of Mank tells the story of the writing of Citizen Kane. Jim follows up with another Blake Crouch novel, Dark Matter. Then A.Ron talks about his survivalist YouTube obsession, Joe Robinet. And we close it out with a discussion of the shows we wanted to talk more about this year and those we’re glad we didn’t bother with.