The Mid-Season Replacements say farewell to the strange, frustrating, occasionally endearing HBO dramedy with a deep dive into the season’s final two episodes.
This week, the Replacements talk about the only thing that truly matters: Luc Besson’s classic 1997 sci-fi film The Fifth Element.
A series of mind-boggling developments sets the stage for a fascinating conversation that leaves one of our hosts questioning their very sanity.
In this week’s episode of Garbage Minutes, two dedicated hosts dive deep into the statistics to break down a (mostly) dreadful episode of Winning Time.
This week on Garbage Minutes: One Tree Hill’s basketball superiority, Paul Westhead’s “comfort zone”, and how Winning Time is failing the Buss women.
Winning Time reaches its halfway point, as the Mid-Season Replacements discuss a strong episode with an inexcusable lack of male nudity.
Breaking down the good, bad and the head-scratching of Winning Time’s fourth episode, as the 1979-80 Lakers start to take shape.
The Mid-Season Replacements sit down in The Break Room for a pre-approved discussion of Apple TV+’s new sci-fi series Severance.
As the Lakers search for their next coach, the Garbage Minutes co-hosts try to search for the meaning behind Winning Time’s scattered third episode.
Randy and Sean dig into the busy (and much-improved) second episode of HBO’s Winning Time.