Wasn’t it established, like way back in S1, that Peyton can drink anyone under the table? How drunk would she have had to be this week?
My take on fictional works of visual entertainment (TV shows, movies, etc.) within fictional works of visual entertainment is that because their reception in universe depends on circumstances at least a little divorced from our reality (here, a lot divorced, unless something is happening in Seattle right now of which…
I usually do not find the puns on this show very funny, but “Pie, Tonya’s” is Megan Amram-quality stuff. Amazing.
I acknowledge (and celebrate!) the contextual corrections of the “izzle” and “WAZZUUUP” references, but they don’t really break the rules of zombie brains — they influence personality, not memory (except during a vision), and most of our memories of the past don’t come with accurate time-stamps. A lot of stuff we…
So now we know some of the restaurant shops in Reboot 356.
What I learned from this episode is that Fillmore-Graves soldiers need helmets that cover their whole forehead.
Right?!! They are cramming in so much plot there’s not enough time for the fun! I never used to skip weeks before. At least Rahul is still the best.
Surprise twin? Secret parentage? Unforgiving estranged brother? “I’m your daughter”? WTF is this, a third-rate soap opera now? I swear during the whole conversation with Liv’s mother, even the lighting seemed suddenly bad, to the point that I wondered if they were doing a spoof based on a brain or something.
I’m telling you: Ravi trying to prove a point with the whole bottle was just too funny not to love. British pride just might be his undoing. XD
Great episode, eager to see what gets unleashed next week (I was certain early in the episode that Blaine’s “Thursday, say at 8" dinner plans meant shoes weren’t dropping until next week, welp).
Hope you’re feeling better now, Latoya! That sounds like a fucking nightmare.
Anyone else not really buying that it seems like half of Seattle’s population turned into mindless bigots virtually overnight?
I’m kind of sad they never really addressed that Maze probably knew most of the demons she was fighting (at least, Lucifer named off the first two to her in a way that seemed co-worker-y). She’s changed so much that some of them might have been her buddies in hell. I guess only so much time, but it would have been a…
I actually love that Chloe, the female romantic lead, is constantly wearing ill-fitting blazers and slacks and inexplicable ascot scarves. Frumpy girls deserve love too!
If Rosa doesn’t win next year she should kill everyone else in the precinct, and then herself
I hope as a running gag every time Penny shows up she’s missing a body part
Sleuth Sisters have to stick together.
the only way Ronnie is getting into any of those schools she was singing about in the beginning is if she’s involved in a varsity blues situation