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  1. S05.E02: Trespassers

    It's funny because Ivy Pepper isn't even Poison Ivy's name in the comics, they could have easily just introduced Geha or List as Ivy's older sister or cousin to take on the 'seductress' Poison Ivy role the clearly wanted for the character and sidestepped all the problematic weirdness they brought on by magically turning her into an adult.
  2. Star Wars: The Last Jedi (2017)

    Not sure if you're saying they were or not, but the Knights of Ren are not featured in The Last Jedi, the people in Red armor that Rey and Kylo Ren fight are the Elite Praetorian Guard.
  3. Good Eats Reloaded

    I looked up W to see if there was anything about her appearing on the show, found out that she had a role in the recent Venom movie.
  4. The Harry Potter Movies

    It reminded me of this scene from Futurama, Fry: Leela, you have to get me out of here. It's horrible! Eating scraps, letting my waste drop where I stand like an animal in the zoo. Leela: Animals go on the corner. Fry: The corner! Why didn't I think of that?
  5. Grimm

    I've been rewatching this show over the holidays, I'd forgotten what a karma Houdini jackass Renard is.
  6. Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse (2018)

    I saw this yesterday, thought it was really good and I want to see more of Miles (and everyone for that matter) in the future. Any time a movie can go from making me laugh to tearing up with the emotions I consider it a pretty darn good film. If I had a negative to say, it's that I felt this movie needed to either be longer or, like 5% less frenetic , I felt like so many relationships/dynamics in the film could have used a few minutes more to breath and explore on screen. Also, I was kind of surprised that there was no recognition/reaction at all between Peter and Gwen seeing each other, especially since she mentioned the death of her best friend Peter later in the film. I wonder if Peter B's marriage ending in a divorce was supposed to be a shot at Joe Q. and the One More Day storyline. I thought they made him blond as a signal to us that this wasn't our Peter so we wouldn't feel too bad that he died at the start of the story and could just jump back into the fun when Peter B shows up with the recognizable brown hair. It was still rough seeing him die like that though.
  7. Star Wars: The Last Jedi (2017)

    I'd argue that Kylo Ren isn't a "Nice Guy" at all in this context, he's the embodiment of the dark brooding asshole 'bad boy'. The sort of guy that "Nice Guys" hate because girls try to fix him even though he's a mean jerk instead of just dating a guy who is already "Nice" and has never hurt her before. The entire Rey/Kylo story is Rian teaching Rey (and the audience) a lesson about why girls shouldn't try to save bad boys.
  8. The Star Wars Saga

    He clarifies that he's talking about the script being written before TFA was released, which has been said before.
  9. The Marvel Cinematic Universe: The Avengers, etc.

    If you think about it Dr. Strange already scaled way back from protecting all life in the Universe from Dormammu to protecting only half the life in the universe from Thanos.
  10. S04.E09: Elseworlds Part III (2018.12.11)

    Given that this was, nominally, the Supergirl episode of the crossover I wonder why they didn't use more of the SG cast. Why did evil Superman's support team feature Dig and Frost and not, say, Hank Henshaw and Lena? Or throw in Manchester and Lockwood as muscle for Oliver to beat up, with a comedic beat about how the two of them are best buds in this reality?
  11. S04.E09: Elseworlds Part III (2018.12.11)

    Sure, but they seemed to think it would help, and I can't see how it was supposed to. Normally when a show does bad science they at least use that bad science in a way that further's their plot. Here they just showed it not helping their plan since it was shown freezing Clark too. Have Brainy give Oliver and/or Clark a gizmo that makes them immune to the slow down and the plan make sense from that perspective, instead we just had Barry and Kara killing themselves for no gain that I could see.
  12. S04.E09: Elseworlds Part III (2018.12.11)

    I just don't understand how Barry and Kara were helping at the end? They slowed time down, but they slowed it for everyone, so what was it accomplishing?
  13. Avengers: Endgame (2019)

    We've never actually seen or learned the identity of Peggy's Husband (supposedly Agent Carter was going to address his identity but they got cancelled), if Time Travel is involved it could be a closed loop where Steve is sent back into the past and HE becomes Peggy's husband and lays low under an fake name/identity. Of course that would make his kiss with Sharron extra weird, so, uh ... maybe not.
  14. All American

    Were they intentionally writing Layla as someone who stirs up trouble to try to get two guys to fight over her, or are we supposed to think she's somehow never interacted with another human teenager before?
  15. S04.E08: Bunker Hill

    Was President Tron trying to get Kara to reveal her identity to the public or just to the DEO? When superhero fiction goes in to this question about secret identities it gets weird because in the real world there are a lot of good reasons for anti-vigilante laws and issues of accountability of law enforcement that would make a high profile government agent going around beating up citizens while maintaining a secret identity a potential powder keg.