Join Jason, Gary and Donielle as we natter about episode 3x04 of True Detective: The Hour and the Day, in which we learn..
Roland prefers mass produced psychos to limited edition psychos, Julie had aunts in the pants, that "black" is an adequate description of a human being, that Wayne feels inadequate and useless (which is the same thing), that vicissitudes are a hell of a drug, that Roland met the Man from Hope, that Tom apologizes twice for getting racial once, that snooty counts drive Pintos and that some trashmen like to go out with a bang.
Join Jason, Gary, Donielle and Juan as we natter about the third episode of the third season of True Detective wherein we learn:
...that 1990 Wayne has a better memory than 1990 Roland...that whoever wrote the ransom note wasn't exactly the Zodiac...that the Ozark Children's Outreach Center DID reach out...that Martians think Julie Purcell is on a snake farm...that the protests stopped after the draft ended...that Walmarts are TOO DAMN BIG...that Wayne has said his piece...that motel sex is the best sex...that the Boyle kid didn't really know the Purcells too well...that Mr. Hoyt is on safari...and Wayne is a bit of a hunter himself...that Han and Leia were sitting in a tree...that imaginary Amelia is almost as hot as she is scary...and that Roland wants two fingers of Southern Comfort
Join Jason, Gary, Sion, Donielle and the one and only Bobby Shovel as we natter about the first two episodes of True Detective season 3! Featuring...
MAHERSHALA ALI as Det. Wayne "Purple" Hays, who absolutely remembers that one time the moon blew a fuse. That's reliable.
STEPHEN DORFF as police detective and micro-brew namesake Roland West whose Lego hair and progressive views on feminism make him a hit with the ladies.
CARMEN EJOGO as school teacher and definitely NOT a CIA-trained Black Panther assassin, Amelia Hays nee Rearden
SCOOT MCNAIRY as well-balanced family man Tom Purcell
Join Jason, Gary and Sion as we natter about this month's exciting Netflix features including: Roma, Bird Box, Bandersnatch, The Kominsky Method, Sex Education and Dumplin.
And then join us for a deep dive on John Grisham's The Innocent Man which dares ask the question: did Ricky Bobby kill Laura Palmer?