Dawn Taylor helps Bobby wind his way through the wonderful landmines that is marital frustration brought on by the sort of futility only felt during pointlessly stressful situations, like, say, moving. And having the movers lose a bunch of little, important things. And knowing that the ikea directions can’t be wrong but whatever THAT is doesn’t look right and that helping isn’t always helping especially when you don’t want to hear that you’re being foiled by an inanimate object. Lucky for the rest of the world, Al Swearengen has some sage words on the subject of standing pain like a man, and giving some back. Other topics include – The Hunger Games came out, and while Dawn’s under embargo – PATRICK ISN’T. Why Mad Men and Game of Thrones work so well despite characters who aren’t what anyone would call “instantly likable,” and the specific note that Prometheus is hitting that’s made Bobby absolutely nuts for it already.