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May 10
2

The live shows tend to be really funny because they *have* to pace their riffs or else the audience can’t hear anything above laughs. It forces a discipline that the show doesn’t have to maintain. Read more

May 10
6

I thought the Mac & Me episode was pretty solid, but I do agree with the critique that they could stand to slow down on the jokes overall. 

May 10
4

To be fair, Kinga sticking more people up there and selling separate PPV access would be on brand for her. 

May 10
7

There’s something almost transgressive about showing us a Mothra-like beastie but giving it Godzilla’s voice.

May 10
4

I audibly gasped at the Big Belly reveal. Talk about universe-building stuff. 

May 10
2

Honestly if they just made a bro comedy with Eddie and Venom the Wacky Roommate I’d be into this more. 

May 6
2

And fair play to the X-editors for sparing Sean Bean another death

May 5
3

Totally. Plus we could’ve gotten a good story out of Loki trying to crash on her couch to hide out (because you know he’s ditching the Agency at some point).

May 5
1

Count me in for Team Kenny. If the show feels determined to foist a male love interest onto Kara, he’s at least the more sensible one. (Now watch them bring him back as a meta-hating villain.)

May 5
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Not gonna lie, on top of everything else I was a little disappointed that Barry didn’t yelp, “Mom you’re embarrassing me!” at the end.

May 4
6

I’m not surprised that they’re leaving, really; once the door was shut on Wells Prime being a regular character I didn’t know what else Cavanaugh could do. To me, though, Cisco’s departure opens up a chance to explore how being a hero — or at least, being on a hero’s support team — can evolve over time, both as a Read more

May 4
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Hey, thanks for this tidbit! I’ll have to look up these mixes myself 

May 4
12

Also true! Which led to the great moment when Sara asks him to tell her “everything he knows about this ship”:

May 4
6

Another beat that just flew by, because the show had already done the work in showing it to be an incontrovertible fact: Gary explains that he kidnapped Sara because she was “the quintessential human.” And it lands without question because in canon, Sara is the most accomplished superhero on Earth with the possible Read more

May 3
5

At this point listing Sara’s in-canon accomplishments would read like an ad for The Most Interesting Assassin In The World. So if anything Gary was likely underselling her to his boss.

May 3
1

His DVR must’ve been loaded. I mean, Wong probably watched it all without him but still.