This week we catch up on all the shit we missed these last few weeks. We talk about Squid Game, Only Murders in the Building, The Chair, 9 Perfect Strangers, and Scenes From a Marriage. We discuss the popularity of Korean media, Steve Martin and Martin Short, the state of marriage, and cool dad Michael Shannon.
This week we talk about the first three eps of the long awaited Y: The Last Man (FX)! We talk about how the show was updated to reflect current times, the case study of the man child, and the “fixer” character type. And &(amp) the monke. Listen right now.
This week is a double feature of M.O.D.O.K. (Hulu) and The Choe Show (Hulu) with the formidable Gab Chabran. We talk about how both shows are about dealing with yourself, how they both use different art styles to tell stories, and the evolution of talk shows.
This week ep is about #ReservationDogs & #MrCorman! We talk about how Res Dogs brings you into the world, Joseph Gordon Levitt being a career hipster and how this feels like the continuation of the 500 days of Summer character. Karen has a torta mafia story. Listen today!
Oh fork! This week is The Good Place episode. We go back and hangout with our friends, team cockroach. We talk about how the show and characters evolved, being a good/moral in theory and practice, and the ending. Take it sleazy ya dink!
This week we review Sexy Beasts (Netflix), Schimgadoon! (Apple+), and White Lotus(HBO). We talk about reality shows and absurdity, meta musicals like Crazy Ex, and other Mike White shows. Listen now.
This week we talk about the HBO mini-series Mare of Easttown with Gab Chabran. We compare it to other HBO murder mysteries, our love for Guy Pierce and Kate Winslet, and letting go of the past.
This week: Kevin Can F Himself (AMC). We talk about Annie Murphy’s next step, the “Wandavision” effect, and how sitcom characters are actually psychopaths? Listen today right here right now
This week we catch up with the shows we missed, in another round up. We talk about: Sweet Tooth, Hacks (HBO Max), Ziwe (Showtime) and Loki (Disney +). Cesar does an Owen Wilson impression and critics say it’s pretty good. Listen today.
This week we discuss The Underground Railroad. We talk the theme of collective parenting, the symbolism, the barrier of entry to slave narratives and the role of capitalism. There was a lot of talk about in this brilliant series helmed by Barry Jenkins, listen today.