Season four is in the bag, but we’re not exactly in the bag for season four. We join up with our listeners on this feedback-filled wrapup to hash out our feelings on this season of Fargo once and for all. We’ll be back if Fargo comes back for another season, and in the meantime maybe check out our Bald Move Prestige podcast for all the well-dressed, respectful content we produce, unlike that lowbrow stuff we get up to over in the Bald Move Pulp podcast!
Season 2 of The Boys is in the books and we’re here to consider all the feedback we received on this season including hopes and predictions for season 3.
Season nine is in the books but before we sign off for the year we wanted to consider the feedback we got during the second half of the the season and give you a chance to say your peace and have your questions answered. We also discuss our plans for season ten coverage sometime in 2021. Enjoy the podcast and we’ll see you then!
For our wrapup, we’re joined by Kim Renfro of Insider to consider some of the major questions we have coming out of the latest season. She’s been following Westworld more closely than perhaps anyone else on the planet, so there’s no one more qualified. Hope to see you again next season! Join the discussion: Email…
We’re back to put Netflix’s Stranger Things 3 to bed until next time. Speaking of next time, what’s the deal with Hopper? How will we even get the gang back together next time, with them scattering tither and yon? Is it really possible we’ll get more Stranger Things by Christmastime? We consider all this plus your closing thoughts and feedback!
We come here to say goodbye to Game of Thrones. While we’re still going to get to play around in this universe courtesy HBO’s numerous prequels, sequels, and spin-offs planned, and of course George’s assurances that he’s still writing, we’re not going to get any more of this particular take on the story. How do we feel about this? Does The Last Watch documentary change those feelings? We discuss these and more before getting the final words from feedback. We’ll see you all for “Fire & Blood” and the prequels!
Watch us record the podcast, including all the sound checks, flubs, and riveting research breaks that you’ve always wished you could see… Hey, at least you can hear the podcast before anyone else.
We’ve got the whole crew together today, forming up like a TV-reviewing (and definitely the least rad) Voltron to tackle yet another Netflix original about piece about Ted Bundy, a powerful documentary on the fight to give power back to the people, a modern animated tale of the ups and downs of relationships and the final verdict on season two of American Gods.
Jim and I haven’t finished The Punisher season 2 yet, but we’ve seen enough to tap out. As we discuss in our spoiler filled review, The Punisher has the chief sin of these Marvel/Netflix collaborations; a bloated 13 episode runtime, and adds to it ludicrous character details and plot-points until this grimdark ultra-violent fantasy pushes through the drama boundary and hits unintentional comedy. 8 episodes in, we still don’t know why we should care about Amy, or what makes the Pilgrim tick, or why Frank let Russo off the hook when he should be worm food except, oh right, this is a 13 episode season instead of a more reasonable 8-10 episode season and if things made sense and had dramatic urgency they’d be five hours of content short.
Jim and A.Ron consider our thoughts on season four as a whole, the state of the series, our hopes and predictions for what might come next, and just a ton of your thoughts and feedback as well! See you back for the fifth season.