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5h
2

I want to believe that this was some kind of master-stroke on the part of Swan and Axios to lull Trump and his sycophants into a false sense of security with the first cuddly interview and then nail him with this one,but......................probably not.

5h
15

So, instead of paying $15 to see it on a screen five times my height with sound distributed to a half-dozen speakers distributed artfully, I can pay twice that—on top of a monthly subscription fee—to watch it in my living room. Read more

8h
3

Yeah, I kept wanting to slap Diego (and all the Hargreaves for not pointing it out) every time he brought up saving Kennedy. It’s the most logical assumption. Read more

8h
23

It’s sad that “interviewer responds to president saying batshit, incomprehensible, contemptible things like a reasonable person instead of trying to gaslight us into thinking Trump is normal and presidential” is the bar to clear these days, but I’m glad Swan cleared it.

8h
37

i never quite understood why journalists stopped pressing their subjects on easily proven facts like these. on the upside it takes very little now since the people in power have grown complacent in the safety they can say whatever they want, and fuck up majestically when pushed. so keep fucking pushing.

8h
16

It really is worth watching the entire thing — even Trump can’t bullshit his way out of letting thousands of Americans die every day.

9h
1

Ryan Murphy needs to be stopped before he gives us a HAL 9000 origin series or some shit

10h
12

I think the dance sequence this time around is very different - in season one, all the Hargreeves kids dance alone, isolated from one another emotionally. Vanya in particular is the outcast. This time, it is three of them dancing together, enjoying each other’s company, and Vanya is emotionally connected with at least Read more

12h
5

I was thinking the same thing, but then again, Five doesn’t engage whenever Diego suggests that they need to save Kennedy.   I think Five knows that they should let Kennedy die, but he doesn’t want to argue that point.   

12h
8

I really liked this season, a lot more than the first, but that one bit of info nagged me throughout the whole thing. From the very first episode Diego has been trying to save Kennedy and not once does Five mention to him, or to anybody, that Kennedy being alive is instrumental to the doomsday timeline. Read more

13h
10

YES! Although this season is much, much better than season one, that was a big problem. Five is too smart not to at least consider that, but he doesn’t bring it up and that’s obviously for plot purposes. Read more

13h
6

Justin H. Min consistently does more with his time on screen than most of the core/living siblings.

16h
2

I’m so tired of bloodlines being the source of power in fiction. Half the movies and shows I’ve watched recently have protagonists that eschew the virtues of eugenics and nepotism. Read more

21h
1

It’s so disappointing. Even Anakin gets his own arc as a supposed saviour who gets turned to the Dark Side and has to fight his way back. But Rey is relegated to just being a MacGuffin that Sheev fucked into existence.

21h
3

I’m part of the “Rey’s parents were nobodies” fan club. It was a really interesting way to challenge her assumptions about her place in the world. To meet that with “She’s Palpatine’s granddaughter” was almost laughably awful. Why not “She’s Tarkin’s grandniece” while we’re at it.

Aug 3
2

This is definitely my least favorite episode this season. Five and Diego working together is cute, though, and this leads into Diego’s larger role later in the season. Read more