Jim and A.Ron discuss the premier of season 3 of USA’s Mr. Robot, “eps3.0_power-saver-mode.h”. We’re glad to see Mr. Robot return with an intriguing, plot forwarding episode that is a pleasure to watch. We really enjoyed newcomer Bobby Canavale’s turn as the sleazy fixer Irving, we’re loving the more bold hints of sci-fi wackadoo stuff to come, and the new relationships between Mr. Robot, Eliot, Angela and Darlene. Can’t wait for more, and to find out what everyone else thinks!
A.Ron and Jim talk about why you should be watching Rick and Morty on Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim, before talking about our backgrounds with the show and our opinions of how things are going through the first two episodes, “The Rickshank Rickdemption”, and “Rickmancing the Stone”.
FX’s Fargo is back for it’s third season, and it’s visually exciting and is chock full of colorful characters played by gifted actors and we’re all having a lot of fun. But it’s also the exact same Fargo formula we’ve seen in the movie and in two seasons of the show. Is that a problem, and if it is, what will the series offer as a change or curveball this year, especially give that we weren’t all that thrilled with the UFO twist of season two? Aw, jeez. In the meantime, we discuss “The Law of Vacant Places”, brush up on the rules of Bridge, and make sure our air conditioners are properly secured before considering a bit of feedback. See you next week!
We are thrilled that HBO’s The Leftovers are back, and in fine form. Three years after the battle for Jardin is over, our favorite characters are still grappling with what to believe and what is real, with mysteries old and new. From the opening historical drama of The Great Disappointment to the enigmatic ending, it did nothing but confirm that this is one of the smartest, most beautiful shows around and that we are in for one hell of a ride. All this, feedback, and a very light spoiler section at the very end of the podcast, coming right up.
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.
Well, season three of Halt and Catch Fire certainly shook things up for our heroes. The consensus is that these first two episodes have taken the show to the next level— but there is much still yet to be revealed. Donna and Gordon picked up right where they left off, but tension is always present on the…
Welcome to the first episode of “Penny Earful”, representing Bald Move’s podcast covering Showtime’s gothic horror series, “Penny Dreadful”. A.Ron and Cecily are both high on the premiere episode, “The Day Tennyson Died”, and share our thoughts and opinions Vanessa in recluse mode, Ethan on the Lamb, Sir Malcolm’s new sidekick, and get incredibly excited for the tease of the new big evil bad guy our gang will be squaring off against. All this and of course, feedback from our fellow fans.
We’re back! Summer just ain’t summer without some of the old Heisenberg Blue, and we’re crushing and snorting episodes from here on out until we wrap up our coverage for season three. First up, the Bryan Cranston directed, Vince Gilligan written premiere, “No Mas”. Walt wants out, Skyler wants Walt out of the house, Jesse embraces his role as the bad guy, and Walt Jr. turns down waffles. This and other shocking developments are considered, and we analyze some character arcs in the spoiler section, safely tucked away at the end of the podcast.
A.Ron and Jim begin their watch of Netflix’s House of Cards season 3, with episode 301 entitled “Chapter Twenty Seven”. In this episode Frank waters his father’s tomb, Doug claws his way back from the grave, Claire demands her turn at the reins of power, and we’re introduced to the hot new trend from DC, syringe shots! All this and some earlybird feedback, coming at you.
Jim and A.Ron are in the rezidentura, discussing the latest dispatch from The Americans, episode 301, “EST Men”. We talk about the toughness of Agent Gaad, Stan’s marksmanship lessons, the evolution of A.Ron’s greater Paige theory, how we feel about Gabriel, and the other events of the episode both shocking and mundane. This plus your feedback,…