298: Run: Hot And Cold

Extra Hot Great

By Tara Ariano, Sarah D. Bunting, David T. Cole

298: Run: Hot And Cold

Production note: Uploaded a new version with different spoiler buzzes that will not signal the apocalypse.


Dan Rogge bought a ticket for our latest episode on HBO's Run, a "comedy thriller" about college sweethearts trying to reunite. Does the pleasure of watching Merritt Wever and Archie Punjabi at work outweigh the credibility issues? Do phones in the Run-verse never need charging? And is Rich Sommer TV's worst husband? We super-sized Around The Dial with stops at The Baker And The Beauty, Bosch, The Good Fight, Sesame Street, Money Heist, The Valhalla Murders, Devs, and Picard. And we chased that with a Sean double: first, whether he's a crackpot for thinking streaming services should offer a single-storyline watching option; and then his Canon pitch for the virulently catchy America's Next Top Model episode, "Game." Amy Schumer won, Lori Loughlin lost, and the melody lingered on in a musical Game Time. Grab your show-branded airhorn; it's an all-new Extra Hot Great!


SHOW TOPICS

RunATD: The Good FightATD: The Baker And The BeautyATD: Sesame StreetATD: BoschATD: Valhalla MurdersATD: Money HeistATD: DevsATD: PicardI Am Not A CrackpotThe Canon: America's Next Top Model S17.E08: "Game"Winner and Loser of the WeekGame Time: Royalties ROI


SHOW NOTES

Angelica Jade Bastién on The Good Fight's premiereTara's Primetimer piece on The Baker And The BeautyTara's Vanity Fair piece on What We Do In The Shadows S2The Blotter Presents podcastMonica! The PodcastPhoto: Ken Woroner/HBO


DISCUSSION

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