Pitching episode plots for a hypothetical new entry in the Law & Order franchise.
The conversation continues with mixed reactions to 2049 and the many ways the new film is informed by its predecessor.
Leslie and Jill dig into Lyle and Erik's sexual abuse claims in E04; Sarah and Tara break it down!
What Weinstein fallout tells us about how we respond to sexual harassment and assault.
Only one of these films is a replicant.
Bela Lugosi and Boris Karloff were two middle-aged, foreign, struggling actors who became huge stars thanks to Dracula and Frankenstein, the first two of a trend of monster movie hits released by Universal Studios during the 1930s.
Alan Sepinwall on Dick Wolf's latest unscripted crime show, plus choosing which crime producer should tackle legendary cases.
Stephanie Early Green is back to discuss one of the internet's most enduring, and annoying, Reddit herrings -- plus a legendarily dumb episode name for a pretty good 48 HRS.
Sarah and Tara discuss what worked (trail mix) and what didn't (wigs) in E02 of Law & Order True Crime: The Menendez Murders as we debut The Blotter Presents: Summary Judgment.
Conclusion: Tom Cruise has no equal.
Tara Ariano returns to discuss the most prestigious take yet on the Menendez case, plus a disgraced Canadian airman. CHUNG CHUNG!
A wrestler, a ballet dancer, three junkies and the Old Testament walk into a bar.
On her process of finding the right musical cues for some of the biggest movies and TV shows of the last few years.