There has been . . . . an awakening.
The podcast returns to sort through the best (and worst) films and TV shows of 2016. Join us for subjective ranking, inconsistent judging standards, and just a few mini-fights. 2017, here we come!
O, Summer, where have you gone? What cinematic entertainment hath thou wrought? What did’st Thomas, Michelle, and Dan think of thee?
We’re back, b****es, to talk about the movies, TV shows, and books that rocked our break.
With the debut of “Better Call Saul”, we decide it time to talk about its predecessor “Breaking Bad” and debate whether it’s worthy of the title of Greatest Show of All Time.
Branching out into some TV talk, we take a breezy look at the Nu-classic Mad Men and delve into how showrunner Matt Weiner’s aesthetic informs/dominates the show’s distinct style.
Plus, listen to find out what it’s like to make eye contact with Jon Hamm (SPOILER: amazing).
Books we referenced in the episode: