Jim and A.Ron discuss the Season 4 premiere of Rick and Morty, “Edge of Tomorty: Rick Die Rickpeat”. They talk about Kirkland off-brands, fascism being the default, Morty’s destiny. If this were a 90’s sitcom, we would’ve learned to live in the moment but also plan accordingly. But it’s not a 90’s sitcom. You can…
no xmas lolz for jim & a.Ron. darelliot gives a run-around. krista plays hookie. quiet pls, the podcast is on.
In the latest episode of Mr. Robot, “Not Found”, there are no shortcuts. It’s Christmas Eve and Dom is looking for someone, Darlene is looking out for someone else, and Elliot, Tyrell, and Mr. Robot consider looking after each other.
Jim and A.Ron have seen the latest episode of Mr. Robot, Forbidden. They discuss the perils of mutual partnership and what exactly is forbidden. Whiterose decides to deviate from the plan, and Elliot needs to find a new therapist. Don’t worry, you’ll only have to rewatch the first three seasons twice in order to get all of the references. Don’t forget, someone is always listening.
Jim and A.Ron have only one question: who is the other one? Not really – they actually have too many questions because there is too much to dissect here! They also ponder what is in the box, what manipulation actually means between siblings, and the meaning of Christmas. Sam “Esmail” has promised us answers, let’s…
Hello, friend. In the opening episode of season four of Mr. Robot, Jim and A.Ron have a lot to consider. White Rose is always watching, and reminds everyone in her own way. Angela is resolute in her decision to take White Rose down, Elliot and Mr. Robot try to get ahead of W.R., and Darlene is desperate to find Angela. Jim also caught some easter eggs from one of his favorite movies, Jurassic Park. Finally, we consider feedback from our listeners.
A.Ron and Jim are primed and ready for season four of USA’s Mr. Robot. Check back with us next week for our full coverage podcast on the Mr. Robot premiere!
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.
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.
Jim and A.Ron have mixed reviews for AMC’s Better Call Saul’s season four finale, “Winner”. We’re a house divided as to whether “Winner” did enough to justify this season’s at times uneven pacing and anti-climactic storytelling. Still, neither of us think the season was bad by any stretch, and this episode has tons of great scenes; the end of Mike and Werner’s working relationship, Kim coming to the realization that she’s just another in a long line of Jimmy’s suckers, Jimmy breaking down in his Esteem at the fundamental injustice he feels he faces in society. Whether it all adds up to a compelling whole is a question everyone has to answer for themselves. Regardless, we’ll be back next week to wrap things up and entertain counter arguments and theories for what territory Saul will be treading next. See you then!