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‘This Is Us’ 4×08 Review: ‘Sorry’

It’s almost fall finale time and the show is gearing us up for the Pearson’s Thanksgiving. They’re throwing a lot of emotional beats at us and I have to admit that I’m a bit worried. Let’s dive into this week’s episode and unpack all the Pearson drama. Human Wrecking Ball

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With A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood coming out this week, I have been thinking a lot about Mister Rogers. I know that as a grown adult that kind of sounds ridiculous. Why? Because it was so long ago. But one thing I have learned getting older, is that theRead More →

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It’s almost fall finale time and the show is gearing us up for the Pearson’s Thanksgiving. They’re throwing a lot of emotional beats at us and I have to admit that I’m a bit worried. Let’s dive into this week’s episode and unpack all the Pearson drama. Human Wrecking BallRead More →

Self-care. It means something different to everyone. But can always be changing. For me – self care changes with the day. It changes with the time. It is ever evolving. And I am all about it. Self-care is important for anyones mental health and so getting people gifts for self-careRead More →

His Dark Materials “The Spies” saw our Lyra growing up way to fast and Mrs. Coulter spiralling into a quiet and brutal anger that honestly is quite frightening and deadly. Combine that with a Gypsy community that is being persecuted and wronged just because they are the other and you’veRead More →

Batwoman’s “Tell Me the Truth” finally laid it all out when it comes to Sophie and why she left Kate all those years ago. Being queer isn’t easy and when faced with some game changing life decisions, she chose herself. And no matter what anyone says, especially those that areRead More →

With the winter finale creeping up next Sunday, this week’s episode of The Walking Dead revealed a lot of secrets setting up for a fall out of epic proportions. “Open Your Eyes” had characters doing just that, sometimes with deadly consequences. Oh, and Michael Cudlitz (Abraham) directed this episode, again!Read More →

This was the moment we’ve all been waiting for since the series first premiered last fall. This episode had everything we ever wanted. And I was so blown away by how perfect that iconic transition was. Let’s take a deep dive because I just want to talk about it! AllRead More →

Welcome to another Sunday of talking about the shows & movies that made us laugh, cry, go awww and, of course, look around and wonder what in the world was happening. If it made us feel things, whether they were good, or bad, then this is where we talk about it. ThisRead More →

Hallelujah! It’s all coming together! My biggest complaint literally all season for Evil has been that every storyline seems to be so disjointed from the rest. But finally- finally, in episode 7 entitled “Vatican III” we see a couple of things start to shift. We have known that a greaterRead More →

The Mandalorian is sticking to its guns (or blasters, rather) with the latest installment in the saga, “The Child.” In my review of “Chapter One,” I pointed out that Star Wars has a history of blending elements from different genres. “The Child,” continues with this approach. Most notably, we haveRead More →

Legacies Season 2 Episode 5 “Screw Endgame” may very well be the best episode of the series yet. It most certainly contains the best decade dance the TVDU has ever seen. Legacies twists the tradition and makes it its own, without sparring fans the romance and shockers.  The big badRead More →

Who doesn’t love The Crown, and who doesn’t love a giveaway? The beloved Netflix series about the English royal family comes back this Sunday, and next Tuesday, Robert Lacey’s The Crown: The Official Companion, volume II, will be released. The book covers seasons 2 (2017) and 3 of the Emmy-winning Netflix drama.Read More →

Supernatural’s “Proverbs 17:3” saw God going for his greatest hits with the return of Lilith to mess up the Winchesters lives once again. Fun times! Sike. I’m tired of God and the way he wants to be a puppet master to Sam and Dean aka his favorite story. On topRead More →