Caution: Entering Spoiler Territory! Head back to 1930s Italy where Creative Genius Bryan Caron and Professor Avatar Tom Grimes talk about Guillermo del Toro’s visionary stop-motion adaptation of Pinocchio. After, the boys discuss new episodes of Willow, Tales of the Jedi, Yellowstone, Young Sheldon, and Ghosts, and also pay tribute to the legacy of Kirstie Alley, who passed away from cancer this past week. So what say you? Did Guillermo del Toro captivate you with his version of Pinocchio, or did everything feel just a tad bit too close to all of his other films? Also, what changes did you like the most, and which changes didn’t make sense?