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Smallville is still my happy place

18 Nov

Recently, Smallville celebrated it’s 20th anniversary. I was inspired to spend that weekend (one where I happened to be under the weather) vegging on the couch rewatching the series. I initially decided that I would jump around, skipping episodes, but then I got caught in a season I hadn’t watched in a long time and it’s been a full binge ever since. Let’s just assume there be spoilers here for anyone who hasn’t watched the series… Continue reading

I have to confess…

24 Mar

I have a confession. It isn’t going to be news if you follow us on Twitter but… I have an obsession with Tyler Hoechlin’s eyebrows.

They communicate. They express everything… I am desperate to learn their language and be one with the brows. Continue reading

Dagnabit

10 Mar

Don’t you hate it when your mother is always right? Continue reading

The curse of being trapped at home…

3 Mar

The problem with all these home shows and DIY programs is that it convinces you that you too can remodel a home. Convinces. I mean, if these every day folks can do it, so can I, right?

It happens right away, too. From the first episode you watch you start to think that you can update a space easy peasy. Continue reading

Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD, Season 7 recap, “Out of the Past”

18 Jun

The story so far… Our heroes find themselves hunting the Chronicoms in 1955 New Mexico, at Area 51 itself. The Chronicoms plan to blow up a visiting party of SHIELD bigwigs fails thanks to setting off an electromagnetic pulse inside the base. Unfortunately, while the Chronicoms are destroyed, LMD Coulson gets shut down and is the prisoner of an recognizable face in SHIELD history: Agent Daniel Sousa. And as we learn, Sousa has yet to be finished with our time traveling agents… Continue reading

Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD, Season 7 recap, “Alien Commies From Outer Space!”

14 Jun

The Story So Far… Our team of heroes is traveling through time, trying to stop the Chronicoms plan to destroy SHIELD in the past. And they’ve been having to do that with a few hurdles in their own camp, like a Life Model Decoy version of Coulson, a not completely there May, a power futzing out YoYo, and now thanks to their need to jump at a specific time in order to get out of a specific point in the past, Enoch is now stranded in the 1930’s! But where did the time jumping Zephyr and the rest of the team go to? Continue reading

Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD, Season 7 recap, “Know Your Onions”

5 Jun

The Story So Far… Our team finds themselves in 1931 New York, trying to prevent the Chronicoms’ plans to take over Earth by dismantling SHIELD in the past before it’s created. Our heroes slowly learn, though, their plan to dismantling SHIELD isn’t to simply destroy the roots of the organization, but to destroy the actual need for SHIELD. And that means killing the lineage of one of their old nemesis, Gideon Malick, the co-head of HYDRA! So now they have to protect Freddie, Gideon’s father, from being killed in order to ensure their greatest enemy, and ultimately SHIELD, comes to pass! Jeez, time travel is a mindscrew. Continue reading

DC Recap Round-Up 3, Week 16: Faces/Off!

30 May

Welcome back! We got another full week of recaps to do here, with The Flash, Supergirl, Legends of Tomorrow, Black Lightning, and Batwoman! So let’s get to it… Continue reading

Marvel’s Agents of SHIELD, Season 7 recap, “The New Deal”

28 May

Stewart here…

Welcome to the first of (hopefully uninterrupted) recaps of the final season of Agents of SHIELD! Continue reading

I watched something that made me cry and I loved every tear

6 May

Let me start off by saying that over the last few years I have become someone who prefers cartoons and comic book based programs over most anything else. Sure, I know there is a ton of amazing TV out there and I have a vague interest in a lot of it but I also work 13 hour days at a prison. I don’t want to deal with cop shows, medical dramas, or real life. I want to watch superheroes save the day. My mom calls it “popcorn for the mind” and I’m totally OK with that.

BUT… every now and then I have to broaden my horizons. Continue reading

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