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  1. S05.E09: He Betrayed Us Both

    No, and I thought that we'd at least get that explanation last night. But the writers apparently intend to drag this out for the remainder of the season. I think that's because he's mostly been a plot device and not a fully realized character in his own right. He needs to be an asshole all the time because Annalise needs angst. And yet...in the flashbacks, he's shown to be kind sometimes, because the plot needs him to be that way at that moment. This is just more reason why the writers should move on from this character.
  2. I just binge watched all 3 seasons, and I have one thing to say: why did Clarissa live? *smh* Also - I'm SO glad Bobbie survived. She is one of my absolute favorites on this show, along with Naomi and Chrisjen. Super glad this is getting another season.
  3. S05.E09: He Betrayed Us Both

    Ok, we get it show: Sam was a terrible husband and person. Can we PLEASE move on from this character. I don't think there's anything that can make me care about Gabriel. Nice to see Eve again. I'm still salty about Nate and Bonnie co-killing Miller. So, Annalise had tried to adopt Baby Christophe. I felt bad for her that it didn't work out, but Sam was kinda right - she wasn't in the right frame of mind to be making such a life altering decision. Ugh! Show, don't make me agree with Sam! Are we going down the Micasher road again? I guess that's fine. I thought it was funny that Coliver actually thought they were going to have a normal wedding night. Bless their hearts. I don't know - I'm very meh on this show this season.
  4. Star Trek: Voyager

    A zoo just named a baby giraffe Neelix.
  5. S03.E11: Fallen World 2018.06.20

    "Singin' no make you more interesting. Less in fact." Ha! Oh, Camina.
  6. If Beale Street Could Talk (2019)

    I adored this movie. So beautiful, with such lovely performances. The leads (Kiki Layne and Stephan James) were great, as were Colman Domingo, Teyonah Parris, Michael Beach and the GREAT Regina King and Bryan Tyree Henry in supporting roles. I also loved seeing some of my faves like Diego Luna and Pedro Pascal show up in smaller roles. Most of all, I loved the story of Tish and Fonny, and seeing them grow and come into their own, while facing adversity. I teared up toward the end, and I wanted to see more of these characters. Well done, Barry Jenkins!
  7. Us (2019)

    Damn Jordan Peele for making my scaredy cat self have to watch a horror movie.
  8. From TVLine: How to Get Away with Murder Season 5: The Burning Qs We Still Need Answered One of the questions in this list is "What exactly does Frank know?" Isn't this kind of an evergreen question when it comes to Frank?
  9. Deutschland 83

    Just finished season 2 ("Deutschland 86"), and I LOVED it. Just a few of my random thoughts on this season: Martin opting to stay in the East and get to know his son, Max makes sense. But it irks me to see Annett prosper in any way. I'm so glad Martin helped to reunite Tina and her daughters. Fritzi Haberlandt did such a great job as Tina. She was one of my MVPs of this season. Loved Comrade Hartmann and his poet's soul. His reaction to Rocky Horror Picture Show was priceless. While Annett continues to annoy me, I was glad to see the show lean in to her evilness. Can't wait to see how she takes the wall coming down in 1989. There wasn't enough Alex this season, but what I did see of him, I really enjoyed. Ludwig Trepte is just so good in this role. He was great playing Alex as the naif in season 1, and he was even better portraying the more grown up Alex this season. I wish Alex and Tim could have been happy together. Lenora and Frau Netz coming face to face in that interrogation room was delicious. Speaking of Frau Netz, who knew she contained such multitudes! I didn't really get into the Brigitte character, or her relationship with Martin. She felt more like a plot device than a real character. Loved the actress, though. Good on Rose for taking out Gary. I was dreading where he would turn up next. Rose was also one of my favorite additions this season. Love love love Florence Kasumba. Tischbier remains as shady as ever, and I love it! Finally, I feel like Jonas Nay really came into this own this season. He had to carry so much of the show, and he did a superb job. I hope the wait for Deutschland 89 isn't too long.
  10. Aquaman (2018)

    I saw this the other night, and I actually enjoyed it. Granted, I had low expectations going in, but it was still fun. I thought Jason Momoa did a good job carrying the film. He just seemed very game throughout the whole movie, no matter how silly the proceedings got. I even liked his interactions with Mera. I dunno, I was here for the goofiness of it all. Plus, Willem Dafoe, Willem Dafoe-ing. I dug it.
  11. S02.E12: Postpartum

    Isn't it time for Fred to be
  12. S02.E12: Postpartum

    Ann Dowd is awesome! Aunt Lydia might be loathsome, but I can never take my eyes from her when she's on screen.
  13. Just watched the two Christmas episodes on Hulu. In "Have Yourself a Very Little Christmas," I love it when Dorothy throws Stan out of the house, slams the door on him, and then says to the rest of the girls, "If he's still here in the morning, let's give him coffee, ok." I don't know why, but that cracks me up every time!
  14. S02.E00: The Miracle of Christmas

    I'm so glad Lucy chose not to try to get Amy back. If everyone tries to get back the person they love, it goes on and on with everyone indulging their own desires. Good for her for learning that lesson. Loved the story with the Korean family. I was worried for a bit that they wouldn't make it. I also loved that they showed the differences between Jiya and Rufus since Jiya was stuck in the 1880s and Rufus was, you know, dead. And now, I want to invest in Riya industries! Really enjoyed this finale.
  15. S02.E02: Outside In

    Emily Alpha contains multitudes. Was she working for Indigo when she was on The Other Side? Howard Alpha has seen better days. And yes, he's being sent to ECHO where German-accented James Cromwell will no doubt torture him some more. I guess we see where Clare gets her ruthless streak from.