The internet is cursing this episode for a whole bunch of reasons. They don’t think it was funny, It had little-to-no continuity with the rest of the series, and they apparently find the concept of incest babies extremely offensive. Check out the podcast to find out what we thought.
People are doing their due diligence but, unlike Earth’s supply of aluminum, there might not be much to mine from this episode as far as the Rick and Morty canon goes. That doesn’t mean it wasn’t enjoyable though. Join us for discussions about teenage angst, eco-terorrism, and gay sex with your father on this week’s Pickle Me This podcast.
What a great episode of Rick and Morty! If you’re like me, you love how these kind of episodes spin out in the weirdest and darkest ways possible. Break the timeline, I don’t care! Or if you’re another type of fan, you’ll be happy to know that it’s all of no consequence and the Rickest…
Rick and Morty is back for its fifth season. Is Rick and Morty just as funny as its always been or is the show just a sad, drunk shell of itself? Join us for some meta-discussion, as well as a review of the episode.
We’re back for one final episode in this season to consider some questions that A.Ron has as well as thoughts and questions from the audience. Don’t forget to join us for our Sci-Fi Sunday watch parties at https://twitch.tv/baldmove/ every Sunday night at 8pm EST and we’ll see you next season!
Season five comes to a close with an episode that should satisfy everyone. It’s got the hot Roci action you want, as well as an emotional kick that will have everyone except maybe Holden shedding a few tears. Then they top it off with a little bit of mystery around what’s to come next season. Join us as we talk about the episode and come back next week for our season wrapup.
This week, Amos and Claire make their play to get off the planet before things take another turn for the worse, Naomi’s message has been received but how much does that actually help her, and Avasarala has to make multiple choices about the future of her career.
In this episode we finally get to see the full extent of Naomi’s predicament and how she’s going to survive it, or at least let the outside world know about it. It’s painful, difficult, and maybe doesn’t even work, but she’s doing what she can. We also get a glimpse of what Pastor’s new adminstration is going to look like, Claire’s positive influence on team Amos, and Karal’s corrosive influence on Drummer’s family.
There’s no Amos this week, but there’s still something for everyone, including great emotional turmoil as Naomi tries to figure out who her son is and how, or if, she could have made a difference in his life as well as some hot Roci action as they continue their attempt to hunt down the Zmeya. Join us for the podcast to hear our thoughts on another excellent episode of The Expanse.
It’s a slower episode this week as we set up for what’s sure to be a big finish. Amos and Claire figure out their next move while grappling with the monstrous implications of those actions, Bobbie and Alex try to survive on the float, and a tough choice is put to Drummer during her meeting with Marco.