God, she was so good this episode.
Whoops. Freudian slip. Thanks.
Amplifying Trump’s messages by sharing them whole cloth is in poor taste. This isn’t hard to understand.
Hell, did she? Been a week since I watched the show, the details are already fading from memory. Whoops.
That was my thought, but there’s a bit of weirdness with DC’s ability to reference Dakotaverse stuff.
Spoke with Gaiman today and he confirmed that while Lakeside isn’t happening this season, it’s meant to be the focus of season 3.
Nope. They’re all alive, but very, very fucked up by the end of the fight and you kind of feel like that’s almost worst?
This is actually just the first episode! One thing that’s really impressed me about the show overall is how quickly it moves. It’s not really rushed, exactly, but there’s an overall briskness that gets you into things at a healthy pace. Netflix should take notes.
The movie’s all over the place and, I feel like, depending on what kind of mood you go into the theater plays a big part of how you receive the film because there’s plenty to love and just as much to be disappointed by.
Thankfully, no. She’s not in the movie much, but her reason for exiting and returning later on are both very solid.
Hate to be the bearer of bad news, but that’s Prowler.
Listen, it’s early.
We love engaging when people decide to leave thoughtful comments! Seriously, we do. It’s just rare it happens. If anything, what I’m getting at is that this season’s still a bit too muddled for me to consider it 100% appointment watching, which is unfortunate. But yeah, the prize at the bottom of the box is definitely…