Nina from Project Fandom once again joins me to break down the latest episode of Orange is the New Black, number 312, “Don’t Make Me Come Back There.” In it we discuss how awesome of a mother Tastee is, in direct contrast to how awful a mother Aleida is, our shared, deep, and abiding love for corn on the cob, our dissatisfaction with Ruby Rose’s stint on Orange, and the tragic, heinous treatment of our favorite prison stylist, Sophia. Oh, and there’s some stuff with Piper and Alex in there, too.
This week we talk about fun stuff, like sweaty sex and parking lots, but not sweaty sex IN parking lots because ew. Then Amy brings it down and talks about the latest with her dad. But that’s TBS, keepin’ it real even when reality is a bummer. Let’s all get through this one together. Sound…
Our coverage of season 3 moves on with episode 302, “Caballo sin Nombre”. Walt moves back in, the cousins move out, Jesse makes a first home purchase, and pizzas are tossed. Support Bald Move: Amazon | Club Bald Move Heisenberg Chronicles companion piece for episode 302, “Caballo sin Nombre”. Factoids, fan art, observations, and more.…
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I’m incredulous that Channing Tatum could in fact be a dog-man from Jupiter, despite his dog-like face but the truth comes out during our Jupiter Ascending episode of Silent Movies. This time the tables are turned and A.Ron is in the host seat while I try desperately to take in the plot of a truly bizarre movie without any dialogue.
Many thanks to Em from the No Ship Network (purveyors of fine podcasts on Vikings, Spartacus, Penny Dreadful, and more) for commissioning this podcast, covering the 1999 psycho-sexual drama, “Holy Smoke”. Directed by Jane Campion (“The Piano”, Top of the Lake”) and starring Kate Winslet and Harvey Kietel, it starts off as an intriguing and campy telling of a young girl being deprogrammed from a cult experience, and then… turns into something else entirely. Lots of at times uncomfortable discussion about power imbalances in relationships, masculinity and femininity, and what we’re supposed to take away from the film, if anything. Thanks again, Em! It was an experience worth experiencing! If you’re curious about the film, it is available on Netflix, Amazon, and iTunes for streaming.
Amy from The Because Show joins A.Ron to discuss episode 310, “A Tittin’ and a Hairin'”. Things get pretty real, raw, and dark for one Pennsatucky, and we don’t shy away from discussing our feelings about it. Aside from THAT, there are a few moments of levity, such as Red’s rattaouie revelation, Black Cindy’s ongoing quest for Judaism, and Leanne’s not-so-subtle take over of the Cult of Norma. All this and much more, coming your way.
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True Detective pushes the reset button on our group of investigators in this week’s episode, “Other Lives”. We discuss our increasing dissatisfaction with the way this season is going, eulogize Detective Dixon as a man who smelled of bourbon and farts, discuss the things we like about Frank and Jordan, the inexplicable appeal of Ray,…
Pi’ilani joins me once again to break down the happenings on Orange is the New Black episode 309, entitled “Where My Dreidel At?” In this podcast, we discuss Chang-feet-tea, Soso’s mishandling of a penitent Leanne, Leanne’s secret Amish heritage, as the cult of Norma undergoes some growing pains. Also, Pensatucky’s park trips to feed the ducks gets very weird, and very dark, Piper and Alex do annoying Piper and Alex things, and the jig is up on the Kosher food scam.
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.