Dr. Henry McKoy & Hannibal B. Johnson guest on today’s Victims and Villains 272: Black Wall Street: Watchmen, Chapter Three
In the second part of our conversation on the HBO series, Watchmen, we’ll take a look at not only the themes but why this show was truly good entertainment.
It is 1985 and Alan Moore and Dave Gibbons are about to completely challenge the medium of comics with a little book called Watchmen.
After MONTHS of being off, they guys are back to discuss the last two episodes of Game of Thrones Season 2—Blackwater (2.09) and Valar Morghulis (2.10). For now, we’ll just be randomly doing this show and then try and go weekly (or so) when Thrones comes back.
Mike forgot to re-watch this episode, so is relying on his memory, while Kev feel asleep twice during the episode. The episode ends strong with the black smoke monster baby, but what about the rest of the episode? Where does it fall for Kev?
Mike and Kev make the ill decision to record outside and Kev briefly forgets what show he’s on and they talk about. They discuss the episode where Theon threatens Kev’s first theory loss!
Why is Esos so blah? The guys discuss how Kev’s favorite part of Season 1 has now been turned into a “meh” setting.
Season two is here and Kev couldn’t be happier! The guys talk the different religions of this world and we’re introduced to Dragonstone. Is Robb Stark a genius? For the first time in a long time, Kev get’s bored with the Land of Superfriends AND WHAT’S WITH ALL THE HORRIBLE MURDER?!?
Get ready for this double long episode as we talk about Game of Thrones Season 1 Episodes 9 and 10.
Things get silly when the guys talk about this filler episode. The most interesting thing Kev can focus on is how Daenerys is pretty easily changing the way of life for the Dothraki. Although the episode seemed rather slow, they boys admit it’s an episode that’s likely needed for context later on. John Travolta movies are discussed much longer than needed.
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