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Comrade Detective

Comrade Detective

Game of Thrones

Game of Thrones

Ozark

Ozark

Room 104

Room 104

TV Roundup - Game of Thrones, Ozark, Room 104, Comrade Detective

Tuesday August 8, 2017 | Download episode

We talk Game of Thrones once again, going into episode 4, The Spoils of War. Does it crack our Top 10 Game of Thrones episodes? We're all in on shipping Dany and Jon, but worry it's being laid on a little too thick. We also discuss Littlefinger and speculate about who's getting stabbed with the dagger. Then, we admire the "Loot Train" battle, and Shawn reveals his Loot Train MVP. We also talk about food supplies, or the lack thereof, for the long winter, and whether Dany did a little too much burnination. Finally, we make our guesses about what will happen next, focusing on the fate of Jaime and a potential Bronn bro-off with Tyrion.

Then, we preview some new shows. Jason is intrigued by Room 104, the Duplass Brother's new anthology on HBO, and unimpressed by Netflix's Ozark, a Breaking Bad-esque drama starring Jason Bateman. But we're both all-in on the wonderfully bizarre Comrade Detective, a fake 80s pro-Communist Romanian detective show featuring the voice of Channing Tatum.

Timestamps:
1:53 - Game of Thrones
26:07 - Room 104
29:58 - Ozark
34:17 - Comrade Detective

Show notes:
Channing Tatum Comrade Detective interview: https://www.vice.com/en_us/article/a3expg/channing-tatum-told-us-about-comrade-detective-the-weirdest-show-of-2017

Ozark

Ozark

Planet of the Apps

Planet of the Apps

TV Roundup - Apple & Netflix news, Ozark revisited, Planet of the Apps

Friday August 18, 2017 | Download episode

This week's TV roundup (and future TV roundups) will be spoiler-free. We talk about some big news in streaming, including Apple's $1B spend on TV content (1:48) and Netflix's recent deals with Shonda Rhimes and Millarworld (3:05) and the implications for the future of streaming (13:15). Then, Jason revises his opinion on Ozark (16:24) after being convinced to give it another shot. Finally, we give some hot takes about the first episode of Planet of the Apps (20:34).