Weird. Not sure how that got knocked out of the feed. I blame Whiterose. Anyway, it’s back now, good eye.
I’ve given this show multiple As over the past few seasons, let alone A-. I suspect more is coming. (Also, I know we all obsess over grades, myself included, but let’s maybe take the 1600 words that follow them as a better indicator of my thoughts on the episode as a whole.)
Thanks! And welcome back!
I didn’t say who it was; I didn’t even post a picture of the character. Unless you want every headline to be “something happened on this episode,” you may have to resign yourself to minor mentions of plot advancements. Or just wait until you’ve watched the episode to come read the review.
Best guess is that Syfy made some arrangement with Amazon to let Baranova out for a chunk of the season in order to film the streaming site’s new sci-fi show SYN. It’s still very weird; I talked last year about how it felt like the series sidelined her for almost the entire first half of the season, and now this year…
My pleasure! Hillary Clinton is a smart and capable politician who knows how to play the game. That would be an eminently sensible choice for a TV show about brilliant people manipulating power structures to pick as a puppet. But ok, sure, i guess saying she would be a smart choice for a TV show’s choice of a good…
Fuck, Budapest, you’re right, good catch.
You’re absolutely right—good catch. It’s been changed.
Every time I think about the iZombie credits and the groany “uh-huh” it makes me laugh.
Dear god, my friend, it’s not hubris. If I had half a say I’d give you back community grades a week ago. This was the move to Kinja; I fucking swear we’re doing our best to improve it with each passing week (and WOW has it gotten better since the initial change), but every suggestion is legit something we try to push…
I think Darlene, unlike Angela, still views protecting Elliot as her number one job. So while I like the idea she’s working with the FBI (and I think it’s the leading possibility), I also like that she definitively does not give a fuuuuck about the FBI’s ability to screw with her life and/or imprison her.
Go QWERTY or go home, show.
I mean, my first thought was, “That looks like the large hadron collider,” but yeah, they’re clearly playing off of actual science in a fascinating way.
Thanks for the correction, Gregory—we’re fixing the error regarding the year it won. I’m glad you found the movie hilarious; I did not. And this is a story about a screenwriter’s experience, one who was assured he’d get to continue being involved at every stage of development. It’s not about the many other fine,…
Maybe some things are out of writers’ hands, but thanks so much for your cool feedback! Definitely makes me feel good about genuinely listening to you, as I and the other writers have been doing since time immemorial! BEFORE TIME WAS EVEN A CONCEPT.
Yes, your patience in particular has been gratifying. Should we not thank people for sticking with us while we slowly get issues dealt with? There are so many awesome folks who have been very good about calling out bugs and problems, and then they get addressed, so even though there’s PLENTY more work to do, we thank…
Almost like we’re genuinely listening to you and doing our best to continue to improve everything despite having a launch that clearly was not ready!
“I also try to ungrey as many comments as I can.”
Wasn’t including Run All Night because it’s more a straightforward action thriller. This triptych would be composed of the “nothing is what it seems” movies, which are just Non-Stop and Unknown. (And now The Commuter, apparently.)
Nope. Cornish plays Crystal. Peltz shows up for approximately 45 seconds in the opening scene, just so she can be shot.