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.
Radio Winden – Numbers, Thrones, and Faces
The Dark Three read thought-provoking emails that lead them to re-consider the hidden identities in the photo of the Sic Mundus group, and the potential meaning behind the numbers in St. Christopher’s church.
The Dark Three check in with a quick update and a few comments.
Radio Winden – Behind Blue Eyes
The Dark Three read emails from three listeners and discuss the significance of blue eyes in Dark, a proposed metaphor behind the nuclear apocalypse, more thoughts on Boris Niewald's parentage, and deep dives into the how of show development and theory crafting.
The True Power of Empathy – Claudia In Dark
The Dark Three talk about Claudia Tiedemann—her intelligence, ability to learn and adapt, and dedication to her ultimate goal of saving her daughter, Regina. They posit that her empathy is perhaps her greatest virtue, and even though she may not be the one who finally broke the cycle, the Dark Three agree she may have been the only person in all of Winden who was ever capable of doing so in the first place.
Radio Winden – Schopenhauer’s Cat
The Dark Three read two emails regarding their latest episode and its monumental BRONG, including a letter from an astrophysicist, and an email from a longtime listener who deep dives on the philosophy of Schopenhauer and the experience of “observing” Dark.
A Closed Loop – Science & Time Travel In Dark
The Dark Three tackle the show's depiction of science and time travel, addressing the appearance of the Winden caves throughout the years and the show's various time machines, and also dive into a discussion about closed loops that builds into a revelation resulting in the biggest brong moment of all time.
Smart Women Discussing a Smart Show
Three amazing hosts, Pumpkinberry, Mirggles, and AcornBandit , discuss themes throughout Dark. Relying on deep research and personal knowledge and experience, these three examine the often overlooked details that make Dark the wonderful show that we love.
So fun & insightful
I just discovered this podcast after watching Dark and love it. The hosts are so fun and insightful, and have great discussions.
I’m a big fan of Mugglecast (a Harry Potter discussion podcast) and this podcast give me similar vibes (which is a huge compliment!).
At its core, this podcast is good. Two intelligent individuals—each who lost their father at a young age—offer unique insight and analysis of DARK, a show, at its core, about loss.