LWJ&A – 9/6/2019

A.Ron update us on his fence saga while fighting the worse poison ivy he has ever had in his life; Jim’s beloved old couch was put to rest; the dilemma of contractors; Cecily gives us a job update; A.Ron and Jim are given a difficult choice; their plans for UFC 242; thoughts on Better Call Saul S4, Dark Crystal, TNG, The Wheel of Time, Succession, The Good Place, The Walking Dead, Rick and Morty Season 3 and a quick Leftovers revisit. Finally, we count down Bald Move’s Top 7 Boners.

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Bald Movies – IT Chapter Two (2019)

We went to see Chapter Two of Stephen King’s IT, and we were both kind of underwhelmed. We were both fans of the first installment, but unfortunately the great acting and interesting characterizations are undermined by hokey horror sequences and what feels like a lot of recycled material from Chapter One. We think it’s an okay film, not a very effective horror movie, and with the cast and material that’s pretty surprising. We’ll be back in a few weeks to take on Ad Astra (and Cecily and I will be sneaking in a review of the Downton Abbey movie), see you then!


LWJ&A – 8/30/2019

Jim and A.Ron talk about their trend tradition, Double Hook Fridays; A.Ron’s birthday is tomorrow and Michelle sent a gift of Queen Funko Pop figures; US vacation policies; Andrew Luck’s retirement; new trailer talk and how they decide on upcoming shows to cover; how to manage CO2 levels in the atmosphere; the LotR on Amazon; Cincinnati chili; HYPERtheticals by Chuck Klosterman; which celebrity would get an invite to a bachelor party; was Garek redeemed on DS9; boating incidents; the global economy; and the latest season of Mindhunter.

Pickle Me This – S02E06 – The Ricks Must Be Crazy

Rick teaches Morty a thing or two about car repair in Rick and Morty episode “The Ricks Must Be Crazy”. Meanwhile, Rick tasks his space car with the seemingly simple directive, “KEEP SUMMER SAFE”. We also ponder the long term arch-villain possibilities of one Zeep Xanflorp, and wonder which of the Smith family is the most expendable, in terms of keeping our interest in an episode.