In the distant past of 1990s Earth, the world of For All Mankind wrapped up its third season. With two new showrunners on the horizon and season that was…let’s say a mixed bag, we’ve got feedback with love and distaste for the show. Coverage of season 4 is TBD, so in the meantime, check out more of our Prestige episodes!
It’s high stakes, high rewards in the series finale of Better Call Saul. Will Jimmy escape the consequences of his actions? Will he come clean and learn from his mistakes? And will Alexis spend her next birthday at Red Lobster? Join us for the podcast to find out the answers to these questions, as well as what we thought of the episode, Saul Gone.
At long last, Steve and Anthony complete the journey they began on Electric Bookaloo over two years ago. Steve’s first viewing of “The Iron Throne” is nothing less than astounding. Anthony tries and fails to gather his wits in response. Also, medievalist Brian Pavlac answers a question about dragon legends.
Whether you’re mourning or celebrating this season, tune in for Jim and A.Ron’s lively discussion on the season finale. In the words of Dylan Thomas, we’re asking this show “Do not go gentle into that good night. Rage, rage against what this new acquisition might do to you.” If it doesn’t get a season 5, just could consider this show on a recursive loop.
One of the most talked about shows is premiering soon! Join in as A.Ron gives us and Jim a rundown of his impressions of the pilot of House of the Dragon. OG Game of Thrones fans will find out where in the Westeros lore this show will begin and what is considered canon in the context of HOTD. Need more? Check out this episode of Electric Bookaloo with A.Ron and Anthony discussing the HOTD pilot. Need even more!? This Sunday night, A.Ron’s podcast with Kim Renfro will be hitting your feeds!
With a satisfying conclusion to a rocky season, Jim and A.Ron are here to break down their favorite and not-so-favorite moments of the season finale. A.Ron rescinds his previous “jumped the shark” analysis. With one great scene after another, the conclusion of this season came as an emotional gut punch. After that ending, A.Ron and Jim are looking forward to next season.
Would living for eternity in a heaven inevitably turn into a hell? What’s intentional and what is just a misstep in the writing? Do hosts have real blood? Will Nolan and Joy Jeremy Bearimy their way out of this show? Tune in for these questions and more and perhaps hear your own theory discussed.
S06E12 “Waterworks” is the episode of Better Call Saul we’ve been waiting for. Great final arcs for our favorite characters and events coming to a head are what it’s all about. Join us for this mega podcast to talk about everything Waterworks.
Medieval historian Iain MacInnes joins Anthony to talk about Castles and King’s Landing. Then Steve does his first viewing of “The Bells.”
We’re pretty sure the show is messing with us. The answers that Metanoia gave us are confounding a majority of theorizers. As more and more theoretical outcomes are being crossed off of the list, we’re curious to see how this season of Westworld wraps up. Questions about Christina are always interesting, but can we please the notion that there might be horses in the sublime?