Nic Pizzolatto brought his noir vision quest to HBO in the form of True Detective. Season One was a resounding success due to many factors. The casting of Woody Harrelson and Matthew McConaughey. The exclusion of a “writer’s room” with Pizzolatto scripting the whole series. The unlikely choice to use director Cary Fukunaga for every episode. Expectations are unrealistically high for Season Two with a whole new cast and directors. Nic Pizzolatto mockingly called it his "second album". We bring in Honorary Abysmal Brute Rocko Jerome to share his thoughts on True Detective Season One and his hopes for Season Two. Rob and Bill try to keep up with the pop culture staccato that is a conversation with the loquacious Rocko Jerome.
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