This show brings the awesome by the truckload. JK Simmons is as fantastic as ever, but the other actors bring their A-game as well. Great story. Can’t wait for December.
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This shit right here, baby. If this doesn’t make you get hype, and want to run to see this, either you are dead inside or aren’t a star wars fan...
Thank you! That pony deserves an Emmy.
I don't think his physical similarity to Steve Rogers and the clothes they put him in (or even the way he walked) were a coincidence. He was suppose to be a bargain bin version of Cap.
With Clemmons’ end I was like “Does Netflix MCU have it out for black almost retired supporting characters that work in positions that make the characters come to them to try and expose the villains?”
Hot damn that was a fun episode. There was so much going on, it felt like Ocean’s Eleven. If there is anything to take away from this episode (and there is a LOT), it’s that Ward is one of the best villains in the MCU at this point. He still lags behind Loki (come on it’s not even fair) but he’s got to be top three.…
It’s our first time doing it. Bring me your clicks so I can finally monazite my obsession with police procedurals!
Sherlock Holmes and Joan Watson are back in the season 4 kickoff of Elementary, and it’s all about mistakes, forgiveness, and recovery. Holmes relapsed on heroin in the finale last season, and now he has to cope with the fallout with his daddy issues on full display.
This is the only acceptable non-Mulder/Scully team.
Id take more 4400 over more Heroes, any day.
Remember The 4400, the show about a group of 4,400 people who mysteriously reappeared at the same time after vanishing at various points since 1946? Remember how the show itself vanished, in 2007, after a cliff-hanger ended its fourth season?