Hosts Acorn, Mirggles, and PB break down and discuss Netflix's DARK - including characters, color theory, and the cycles themselves. The end is the beginning and the beginning is the end. Part of The Geek Generation Network.
A Second Ines
The Dark Three dig deep into the surprising feelings people seem to have for a character they all perceived to be rather straight-forward. Mikkel's adoptive mother appeared at first to be loving, self-sacrificing and loyal; but is there a second Ines?
Missing – The Theme of Grief in Dark
The Dark Three pay respects to "the missing and gone" in the show, and explore the permeating theme of grief. Content Warning: This episode contains personal stories about loss, depression, and the deep impact of grief. If, in the words of Mirggles, you're feeling "too ooey gooey in your heart meats," allow yourself permission to sit this one out. You're adored either way.
Radio Winden – Katharina, Not Katharina
In this Radio Winden, the Dark Three read an email that brings into question who Katharina is by the end of the series, and dive into some interesting comparisons in the composition of the final dinner.
The Dark Three share their favorite myths and stories before following the “clue of thread” deep into the labyrinth in search of the Minotaur and Ariadne herself.
The Dark Three talk about the show's two LGBT+ couples, Agnes & Doris and Peter & Bernadette. They discuss whether or not Agnes really loved Doris, the importance of words, Peter and Bernadette's connection that transcends time and space, and revel in the beauty of carving out a place for yourself exactly as you are.
As Above, So Below
Acorn, Mirggles, and PB apply themselves to the mysteries of Hermeticism, exploring its history, mysteries, and the incredible influences found in Netflix's Dark -- including a set design discovery so shocking that it leaves The Dark Three speechless.