It’s time to start getting out some tissues with the popcorn and wine. We’re in the home stretch, Gladiators! The last handful of Scandal episodes is…well..at hand.
Tonight’s episode, entitled “Robin”, is supposed to reveal Quinn’s fate, but did it? Continue reading
Both of ABC’s Shonda-created dramas decided to go all #TBT this week. To be honest, I haven’t caught up on Grey’s yet, but I was way more excited to see what’s been going on with Fitz than for another depressing war flashback with Dr. Owen Hunt and the gang. Did “Day 101” disappoint? Let’s jump in! Continue reading
We’re only on episode 2 of the final season of Scandal but things are already reaching a boiling point for our favorite D.C. fixer and all the broken people in her life! Continue reading
I will be in denial about this show ending until the credits roll on the final episode. I’ve been so much in denial that it took me this long to watch the first episode of Scandal season 7. BUT I finally did and I have some things to say about it. Continue reading
A foreseeable future without Game of Thrones gathers, and now my watch begins. This half-man of a season finale gave us a lot, and by a lot, I mean a few extremely satisfying moments tied in with a bunch of total nonsense, so basically, it was a pretty typical episode of Game of Thrones. Let’s get started, for the last time for a while.
This week’s episode of Thrones provided us with over an hour of truly heartbreaking nonsense, an apparent rip in the space-time continuum, and an incredibly stupid mission that quickly became the show’s biggest disaster to date. Let’s just…. ugh. I’ll get to it.
With only two episodes left in Season 7, I think audiences are expecting non-stop ridiculous action right up until the end (me, it’s me, I am expecting that), but with that being said, this episode did a lot of solid work that I am totally fine with, even without a battle scene that makes my whole living room scream. Let’s jump right in.
Apologies for the late recap!
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For an episode where a lot of stuff actually happened, I feel like this was ultimately a quieter hour. We were spared a lot of bloodshed and strife in favor of lots of talking, much like one fan favorite (RIP), but did that serve this episode well, or did it drag somewhat? (The second one.) Let’s get started.
Another week means another episode of Game of Thrones, which also means gratuitous butt shots, stuff blowing up, Littlefinger smirking, and Daenerys being one of those girls who skimmed Lean In once and has been annoying about it ever since. Shall we begin?