Last night, things on Sherlock seemed to be wrapped in such a neat little bow… until they weren’t. As with last week, read no further, unless you’ve watched season four’s second episode The Lying Detective. Continue reading “Staying up for Sherlock Part 2 SPOILERS Recap The Lying Detective” »
If you haven’t seen the season four premiere of Sherlock, then may I suggest you take a look at my spoiler free review, to get an idea of what to expect from a Sherlock opener. If you have seen the episode, then read on.
Ok, if you’re sure at this point you want to read on… Continue reading “Staying up for Sherlock Season 4 Part 1 The Six Thatchers – SPOILERS Recap” »
So, I’m a bit late this week, but I’ll blame it on needing a bit of extra time to process EVERYTHING that happened in the season six finale. And when I say everything, I mean everything from things I totally expected, spoilery things like Continue reading “And THEN! Review Game of Thrones Season 6 Finale” »
There’s SO much that happened last night!
Let’s start with the dragon in the room. Remember last week when I said Continue reading “Awed at the End of an Era, Review Game of Thrones s6e9” »
Warning – Spoilers
Can you believe it’s been over a year since I posted ANYTHING on Game of Thrones? I had to go back and check to be sure. I mean I guess I should be glad that my GOT thoughts haven’t been locked up as long as Edmure Tully, but it’s gotten to that point where despite busy-ness, after last night’s episode I can’t not post. Continue reading “Game of Feels, Review Game of Thrones S6e8” »
As pondered last week, it’s beneficial that we know that Jane Doe is Taylor Shaw. However, it’s less beneficial that (even though by the end of the episode things looked promising) Weller’s every other line to Jane/Taylor was any and all variations of “Stay in the car”, when you’d think Jane literally climbing out of the wreckage of one would have rendered that line meaningless for multiple reasons. Continue reading “Why Blindspot needs to make sure that it doesn’t “Stay in the car”” »
While it’s no surprise that Blindspot is starting to go with a “Tattoo of the Week” format, what was surprising was how quickly episode two “A Stray Howl” it feels like the big picture is progressing in terms of who Jane Doe is and how Weller might fit in, even if we don’t have the why yet. Continue reading “Blindspot Episode 2 Cutting to the Chase” »