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A TV critic since the simpler days of 2011, Randy is currently the TV Editor of Goomba Stomp and the co-host of The TV Roundtable Podcast. In the past, he's written for outlets like Sound on Sight, TVOvermind, SLUG Magazine and Processed Media. He can be found on Twitter at @rjdank.

The TV Roundtable Podcast Episode 10 – The Inaugural Not-Emmys (and Ball Hairs)

You already know the co-hosts of The TV Roundtable live on the #edge of #hottakes - but did you know they had enough #hottakes...

The TV Roundtable Podcast Episode 9 – That’s Some BoJack Horsesh*t

It's a week for horses, serial killers, comedians, ex-lovers and clowns, as Randy and Sean sit down for an episode that we're calling special just because we can.

HBO’s ‘The Deuce’ Premieres with a Richly Layered, Slightly Laborious First Episode

There are few television events like the premiere of a David Simon series; just as there are few events like an episode of television...

‘Everybody’s Golf’ Marks A Triumphant Return for a Storied Franchise

Everybody's Golf Developer: Clap Hanz Publisher: Sony Computer Entertainment Platform: PS4 Release Date: August 30, 2017 It's been a long time since Hot Shots Golf: World Invitational launched on the Playstation Vita...

A Disjointed Identity Limits ‘The Tick’s’ Promising First (Half) Season

The first six episodes of Amazon's reboot of The Tick are interesting byproducts of the post-Golden Era of prestige television; each half-hour episode has completely different...

The TV Roundtable Podcast Episode 8 – Difficult to Penetrate

This week on the TV Roundtable podcast, Randy and Sean bid adieu to another season of Game of Thrones with a thorough dissection of the finale, and the season as a whole, followed by a review of the first six episodes of Amazon's The Tick.

A Tumultuous Season Comes To End On a Momentous, Yet Unsatisfying Game of Thrones

When Jon and Theon (of all people) stand alone in Dragonstone's throne room during "The Wolf and the Dragon", the many themes, events, and...

The TV Roundtable Podcast Episode 7 – Hannibal’s Always Better

As the seventh season of Game of Thrones heads into its final episode, Randy and Sean spend much of this week's episode discussing the narrative, aesthetics,...

Game of Thrones’ Identity Crisis Comes To a Head As Fire and Ice Meet

There's a beautiful scene in "Beyond the Wall", where the Westerosi Band of Brothers wander aimlessly beyond the wall, and Game of Thrones takes the rare...

In An Hour Marked With Big Reveals, Game of Thrones Looks Inward

At its core, Game of Thrones is a show about a world full of people with history fetishes; whether obsessed with lineage, importance, or knowledge of...

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