We cover the Power TV Universe that airs on Starz network and Netflix. We are currently covering Power Book II: Ghost, Raising Kanan and Power Book IV Force. After each episode of Power, we share our takeaways, theories, and deep analysis. Sometimes we even argue over the meaning behind certain scenes.
This podcast is created by TheKoalition LLC, and it is hosted by Gary Swaby, Richard Bailey Jr. and Dana Abercrombie.
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Raising Kanan Season 2 Episode 7 “No Love Lost” Review
We review Power Book III: Raising Kanan Season 2 Episode 7 “No Love Lost”
Jukebox goes on a date with her male churchmate, but is she happy inside? Marvin hires Sal’s son for a hit job on Toni, but the hit goes bad when Sal’s son ends up getting hit. Lou Lou is forced to grant Cartier Fareed a portion of Bulletproof Records, but what does this mean for the label? Raquel finds out that Scrappy wasn’t a C.I. Symphony is questioned by Shannon Burke and this forces Raquel to think about whether it’s safe to keep him alive. Kanan is seduced. We discuss all of this and more in this week’s episode.
Raising Kanan S2 E7 Live Predictions Show
Since no new episode of Raising Kanan aired today, we are doing our first Powercast livestream to connect with our viewers. Feel free to hop in the chat and interact with us. Ask us questions and we will answer.
Raising Kanan Season 2 Episode 6 "It's a Business, Man" Review
The Powercast brings the most in-depth story analysis of the Power Universe. This week we recap Power Book III: Raising Kanan Season 2 Episode 6 "It's a Business, Man".
Kanan is back in the fold, and his first assignment is to carry a brown paper bag full of money from one spot to the other. But things go left when a squad of stick-up boys show up. Also, Unique finesses his way into Raquel's New Jersey expansion. Marvin learns that Kenya is back in town, and Lou Lou learns about Crown's proposition with Raquel. We discuss all of these things and more!
Power Book III: Raising Kanan Season 2 Episode 5 "What Happens in the Catskills" Review
We review Power Book III: Raising Kanan Season 2 Episode 5 “What Happens in the Catskills”
In this episode, Raquel takes Kanan away for a trip to the Catskills camp, but they are followed by two hitmen who plan to take out Raquel. Marvin admits to messing up with his daughter. Jukebox sings for her mother's choir. And the tension between Lou-Lou and Crown reaches an all-time high after Crown undermines him at a meeting. We discuss all of this and more.
Power Book III: Raising Kanan Season 2 Episode 4 “Pay The Toll” Review
We review Power Book III: Raising Kanan Season 2 Episode 4 “Pay The Toll”
In this week’s episode, Jukebox finally speaks to her mother. Kanan helps Famous get an apartment, and they throw a housewarming party. Kanan meets a new girl. Unique continues to intimidate Julianna. Raquel attempts to expand to New Jersey but suffers resistance from the Italian mob, and Raquel catches Kanan going to visit his father, Howard. We discuss all of these things and more. How will these details affect the story moving forward?
Raising Kanan Season 2 Episode 3 “Sleeping Dogs” Review
This week we review Power Book III: Raising Kanan Season 2 Episode 3 “Sleeping Dogs”
This week, Kanan is rattled after a surprise visit from Howard that leaves him questioning his mother. Unique ruffles Raquel’s feathers by kidnapping her associate and her property. Unique makes a proposition once Raquel, Marvin, and Lou Lou catch up to him. Jukebox seeks out her mother at church, and tensions continue to mount between Lou Lou and Crown. We discuss these events and much more in our in-depth discussion.
A little confused…
Y’all were stating in the review of Power: Book 4: Force S1, Epi 3 that it starts after Season 6 Power and right before Book 2. And that there would be someone to let him know that Tasha named him in Book 2. I thought that Book 4 started immediately after his plan with Tariq. I know with a new cast/show, it’s gonna take a while to get used to the names…
I get that these hosts are all writers, but when comes to actually analyzing a show’s plot and characters, they don’t do that very well. It’s surface level recapping with irrelevant nitpicks every other minute, at best. They focus more on minor continuity errors, than actual arcs. I don’t think “being a writer”, is a good excuse for, only caring about nitpicking stuff. It also doesn’t make their opinions, law. They don’t exactly pay enough attention to the important nuances and details, as viewers, to be talking about any of the shows missing those same things. They miss too many details, when discussing, so when they start complaining, it’s about things that were already explored or touched on, in the episodes they are reviewing, they just wind up being incorrect most of the time. A lot of things things they say they don’t understand, if they paid better attention, they would understand it. That’s not something to be put on the show, but the hosts. 🤷♀️ They aren’t very objective or prone to using logic, to explain the things they’re always so confused about. Just paying better attention would clear up a lot of that stuff, as well as using a little more common sense.
When you critique, you have to do those things. Being writers, I’d like to think they would, but…
The girl can be kind of funny though….so there’s that. Not much else, though. I’d skip this one. Sorry.
I really enjoy this podcast. I listen here on Apple podcast but mainly via YouTube.
I really enjoy the dynamic of the three of you. I enjoy listening to the theories and takeaways, which makes me come up with my own as if I am in the writers room!
My only criticism is that Dana needs to fix her Wi-Fi or audio because it’s very distracting when her Wi-Fi and audio keeps going in and out and we don’t hear her clearly.
Otherwise keep up the great work and I will continue to be here to support. 👍🏽