Laserface1242
laserface1242
7h
4

I assume it takes place in Maine, at least one of the characters is a writer, an alcoholic, or both, and there’s an anticlimactic ending.

8h
4

To be fair, in the comics it’s revealed right off the bat Reginald is secretly an alien in disguise.

8h
11

This is true. The real title of Episode IX is actually “Star Wars Episode IX: Palpatine Fucks”.

10h
5

In fact in the comics, IIRC, Diego only had the ability to hold his breather indefinitely. His knife throwing skills he picked up on his own.

10h
19

Kind of funny that you’d give spoilers about the next episode when you threw a hissy fit about a title of a review of an episode vaguely alluding to a minor plot point as a “spoiler”

11h
9

Without being too heavy handed about it, The Umbrella Academy is touching on complex ideas about patriarchy, motherhood, mental disability, and sexuality in the 1960s. Read more

13h
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As AKA said, just because the show has its own internal logic doesn’t mean can’t also be consistent.

Aug 2
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I think I fell asleep through most of the climax when I first saw it.

Aug 2
3

My happy place is Wilford Brimley flying around in that tiny flying saucer.