This week we find out a whole lot more about the Sage Grove facility.
This week the boys get trapped in Butcher’s Auntie’s house with nothing but his trusty dog and a few IEDs for protection while Homelander and Maeve struggle with their images.
With their mission at a dead end, Butcher has to get lucky if he’s going to try to track down Becca. A-Train gets an unwelcome surprise as Homelander tries to retake control of The Seven. Speaking of Homelander, that guys really messed up, right?! Finally, Huey, Annie, and MM go on roadtrip to find a long-forgotten super that they hope can help decide their next move.
The Boys is back in town for season 2 and we’ve got a full review of the first 3 episodes. Caution: There are major spoilers for all 3 episodes embedded throughout this podcast. You’ve been warned.
We’re kicking off our coverage of The Boys with a preview podcast for season 2 designed to remind you what happened in season 1 and give our general feelings on the 2nd season as it stands after having seen the first 3 episodes.
Just like that, season two of Rick and Morty is in the Bald Move history books, with the final episode, “The Wedding Squanchers”. Rick journeys to planet Squanch with his family to discover the true meaning and value of friendship, honesty, and unconditional love. Of course, he quickly re-learns the meaning and value of being aloof, walled…
Rick and Morty serves up a bit of the ol’ ultraviolence in “Look Who’s Purging Now”. We discuss what it takes to earn a TV-MA rating, bad screenwriting, the social-economic version of power armor, Jerry hitting rock bottom, and how we feel about Hearst Castle. As always, our initial review and episode discussion are spoiler-free…
Is it possible to create an interesting podcast around a discussion of roughly 24 minutes of stream of altered consciousness improv and a series of dick jokes? Find out on a very special episode of Rick and Morty, “Interdimensional Cable 2: Tempting Fate”! As always, our initial review and episode discussion are spoiler-free for first time…
Rick becomes a teenager to help Summer and Morty fight vampires at their High School in “Big Trouble in Little Sanchez”, our latest episode of Rick and Morty for consideration. We discuss our fondness for getting our ish together and packing it up, as well as experimental forms of marriage counseling.
Rick teaches Morty a thing or two about car repair in Rick and Morty episode “The Ricks Must Be Crazy”. Meanwhile, Rick tasks his space car with the seemingly simple directive, “KEEP SUMMER SAFE”. We also ponder the long term arch-villain possibilities of one Zeep Xanflorp, and wonder which of the Smith family is the most expendable, in terms of keeping our interest in an episode.