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  1. Current Timeline: News and Media

    The plot is so simplistic they really could fix it in a movie. With the new Flux Capacitor Jiya made on her crazy brain, the team travels back to the moment before Flynn steals the mothership and steals it themselves. Problem solved. There are also so many plot holes another 3 seasons couldn't fix it. Continuum managed to tie up a lot of loose ends with a 6 episode final season in their time travel show.
  2. S02.E08: The Day Reagan Was Shot

    I can believe they started going at it right away. "Let me show you my time machine" is a world class pick-up line. This whole season has been implausible in ways that completely eclipse the first season. Jessica was part of Rittenhouse, yet somehow all her and Wyatt's memories of their marriage line up exactly. She is the best sleeper agent in all of history in that case.
  3. If they bring it back, they should have Donna come back from Witness Protection (because why not?) to find Kevin with Vanessa. Then she leaves the with minor children. Kevin and Vanessa move to a house in Queens and rent the basement out to an old man to make ends meet.
  4. The Conners

    Reminds me of Reba, where Kyra disappeared for chunks of the series.
  5. The Conners

    Either the show works or it doesn't. It might tank because people want Roseanne. It might do well if it's written well and does justice to the characters. Or ABC might tank it because it's too expensive for the revenue. There's no good way to tell yet.
  6. The Conners

    I do not accept that Trapper John, MD was a MASH spinoff. It didn't star Wayne Rogers (or Elliot Gould) and had no detectable connection to MASH. Plus, it took place about 30 years later. I have a suggestion for a theme song
  7. Roseanne: Aftermath

    If Roseanne still owns "Roseanne Connor," can she produce a show for another network? Like she could be dead and reincarnated a la Drop Dead Diva. Worst might actually be "Fish." If you have Roku, there are free channels on there that still carry the original.
  8. Roseanne: Aftermath

    They're already going to lose the "fan" base who was watching because Roseanne said pro-Trump things. I'm not sure who they'll get in exchange.
  9. The Stillson stuff got weirder and more convoluted in my opinion. The problem is that the writers never could figure out when to "solve" the end of the world plot. At least in the movie, exposing Stillson ended a nuclear holocaust.
  10. S03.E23: Battles Lost and Won 2018.06.18

    They kind of used up that trope when Non brainwashed people at CatCo to jump out the window and Alex to try killing Kara.
  11. S03.E23: Battles Lost and Won 2018.06.18

    Some of these guys signed on to Supergirl when it was on CBS and the paychecks were probably bigger. A CW budget and diminishing quality might have helped make the decision. If Winn and J'onn (maybe Mon-El) are recurring, they can shoot 2-3 episodes in 10 days and go back home. The show got less annoying when Calista Flockhart became too expensive and was uninterested in shooting in Canada.
  12. S03.E23: Battles Lost and Won 2018.06.18

    Here's a disturbing thought. What if they combine the Red Son story with Alex's baby fever and we end up with her raising a baby Kara?
  13. S03.E23: Battles Lost and Won 2018.06.18

    The "no kill" rule is so stupid because it's ego driven. 99% of the time, if the hero doesn't kill the villain they end up dead anyway, so it just means they're willing to stand by while a bunch of innocents are killed so they don't get blood on their hands. Flash was filled with that crap this season. Of course, the one time Supergirl supposedly kills someone, most of her friends and family are killed, therefore proving her right under the comic book code of the CW. Lena is shady, but when she gets caught it's because she didn't want to deal with Supergirl's crap where Lena supposedly has to do everything she wants.
  14. Roseanne: Aftermath

    My vote is for John Goodman to reprise his role in a reboot of the cancelled too soon 1999 Scifi romance "Now and Again."
  15. Roseanne: Aftermath

    The character created by Roseanne Barr was... Roseanne. When a stand up comic gets a TV show, it's frequently about their act, then a show is constructed around it. If it becomes a hit, the star gets more creative control, which is why Roseanne became more bizarre every season. But yeah, her show was written by a team of writers who created Dan, Darlene, Jackie and the others.