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  1. Take Two in the Media

  2. S02.E13: Day 492

    Season finale! Description TBA.
  3. Media: Killing Eve On BBCA

    ‘Killing Eve’ Sets New Ratings Highs, Extends Demo Growth Streak Heading Into Finale "BBC America’s breakout drama Killing Eve hit another set of Live+3 series highs for its penultimate episode last week — 986,000 total viewers, 455,000 adults 25-54, and 367,000 adults 18-49 — to head into its Season 1 finale on Sunday on a streak of seven consecutive weeks of demo ratings growth (adults 18-49 and 25-54), going back to the series premiere. That is a first for a scripted series on television in more than a decade, per the network." If they hadn't already renewed it for a second season before it even premiered, they certainly would have after this kind of growth!
  4. S03.E19: The Fanatical

    The biggest thing for me is that Lena knows Mon-El is (was) Kara's boyfriend. Not Supergirl's, Kara's. She actually asked Supergirl at one point (during the episode where Lena was kidnapped and almost forced into marrying Mon-El) if she was aware that Kara was dating him. I mean. Don't ask me to believe she's that stupid (which the writers are doing; they insisted she hadn't put two and two together even at that point), because I can't.
  5. "Meet the Team" promo:
  6. The Bold Type in the Media

    They are really promoting the show this year!
  7. S03.E19: The Fanatical

    I hate what they've done with Alex. I know they gave her and Maggie opposing views on having kids because they needed a legitimate reason to write Maggie off the show without killing her, but I think that was a mistake. Alex never came across as maternal; in fact, while she obviously loves Kara, she resented always prioritizing Kara's needs above her own. She's also always been shown to love her job and to basically have to be forced to sit out a mission. Now all of a sudden she's fine with skipping big missions in favor of babysitting an annoying child? (A child who was fine where she was and was only put in danger last week because Alex went after her, to boot.) Alex's scenes were some of my favorites last year, but now I'm either bored or annoyed by them. I hope the gang manages to cure Sam so she and Ruby can go off into the sunset, because the last thing I want to see is Sam dying and Alex getting saddled with her kid. Alex better get more to do next season. I'm still on Lena's side in her argument with Supergirl. She has no obligation to answer to the DEO or to update Supergirl on every piece of tech she invents, especially when it was not meant as a weapon and when it's the only thing keeping a literal world killer quiet and contained. Last week I thought she was messing with Kara in the elevator, waiting to see if Supergirl somehow found out about James lying, but now I'm not so sure. I think it's ridiculous that she apparently has no idea Kara is Supergirl, and if when she does eventually find out it pushes her to go evil, I'll be angry. I agree that Lena Luthor as a villain would be lazy writing and (like I've said several times before) would be a horrible message -- if your family is bad, you shouldn't even try to be good because you'll fail. Morally grey is fine -- more interesting than unambiguously good, even -- but full-on villain just because her friend lied to her? No thanks.
  8. S01.E03: Episode Three

    I thought Johnny's girlfriend was pretty reasonable for a pregnant girl who found out her fiance is cheating on her! She was even quick to apologize after Emma's outburst (which was also nice to see -- I think Eddy appreciated that little bit of kindness from Emma). I'm still finding it hard to like Lyn. I thought she was kind of understanding how bad her actions were after the scene in the bar, though, and I hope her laughing over the drama of the sonogram afterward was just her putting up a front rather than being a complete narcissist who doesn't care about the fiancee at all. I do think Johnny would be a good match for her if he were single -- he seems much nicer and more respectful than the other guys we've seen her with/heard about -- but the timing is all wrong here. I'm not used to this much nudity on my TV shows, but I'm not complaining! It was nice to see Emma get some this week (and that coming out scene between the sisters was kinda sweet and made me like Lyn a little more), but she didn't seem overly happy about her own "never call them again" policy. Hopefully she reconnects with that Cruz girl soon and has a more meaningful connection. That guy filming Marisol is a piece of shit (and was a piece of shit even before the filming, when he kissed her for two seconds before unzipping his pants -- you know that guy isn't going to reciprocate anything), and I hope he gets what's coming to him.
  9. The Cast of the Show

    And the B99 people want to have her back next season! She's also voicing an animated character for Netflix: Gina Rodriguez And David Thewlis Join Pubescent Animated Comedy ‘Big Mouth’
  10. Post Your Pet Photos & Pet Discussion

    I put my klee kai's fur into a suet feeder for the birds in the spring -- only before I start his flea prevention for the year again, though, as that stuff can harm the birds. Three years in a row I've seen a chickadee pulling bunches of hair out of the feeder for its nest! I got a video in 2016. That AKK sheds a ton for a 19 lb dog... and he doesn't appreciate being asked to pose with it, either (don't feel bad for him, though; that's about the worst thing that ever happens to him). Here, have a recent picture of the cats, as well:
  11. Magic Word: Charmed in the Media

    I'm not worrying about the acting until I see the pilot. More than once I've looked up a trailer for a show I love to send to a friend, only to hesitate when it made the acting look bad and the jokes look unfunny. The CW is especially notorious for releasing misleading trailers with weird choppy dialogue.
  12. S05.E22: Jake & Amy

    I expect her to, because Gina has basically been campaigning to play Rosa's love interest since before Rosa even came out. Here's an interview from late 2017 where she talked about it (“I want to play her love interest so bad,” says Rodriguez. “I really hope they make that happen”), and here's her tweet from after Rosa came out: I loved this episode and it definitely made me tear up a few times! That cake was perfect (until Cheddar ate it, anyway -- and I expect he's fine), the wedding vows were perfect (romantic without being sappy, which is hard to pull off), Rosa and Terry's mini subplot was cute, all of Boyle's reactions were gold, and I loved that Amy was the one with a nemesis. This was a great way to end the season, and I'm so glad it's not the end of the series.