TIME. DISPLACED. GORILLA. GRODD!!!!!!! VIETNAM. GRODD. IS. GOOD. GRODD. REACT.
Episode 7 is here. You know what that means? The heroes need to get their asses kicked by the main baddie who is all like throwing shade and stuff. Also, next week we have the Crossover! And it promises to be as ridiculous as last season’s. Meanwhile, we should react.
When a notion keeps popping into my head, the only solution is to write about it. I respect it if you don’t want to hear any more about Kevin Spacey, Louis CK, or any of the others wrapped up in scandal. That’s okay. Just stop reading.
Part 2 of a weeklong investigation into the Observation Deck on the occasion of its 8th birthday.
Hey this is also a thing. So Hulu apparently works differently from Netflix with it’s original content in that it releases on a weekly basis (Barring the premiere being three episodes) and so unless I decide to start using Hulu again this will be my only Runaways thread and it’ll be up for grabs after this. And so,…
I thought there were only going to be 10 episodes of this show but it turns out there’s 13, That’s fine by me. Welcome to the Gifted season 1 episode 8 “the threat of eXtinction” spoilerific reaction thread, where you can share your thoughts on the show as it plays out or after it’s done.
My baby boy is back! And probably as charmannoying as always, but now he grew a bit of a stubble. That means he’s morally gray, or something. Also, we’re a week away from the cross over event!!!! Come react.
I’m hoping we get some fallout from last weeks episode because that’s kind of a big revelation to just ignore afterwards. Also boy was I worried about what would turn up when I went image searching for this episode. Welcome to the Lucifer season 3 episode 8 “Chloe Does Lucifer” spoilerific …
The Observation Deck as a gathering ground for comments and posts
started up eight years ago this week. Although there was no concentrated Observation Deck blog until the Kinja software went live in 2013, #observationdeck had its humble origins way back in the mystical year of 2009.
Sometimes you may forget that science is not just remote researchers in ivory towers trying to figure out secrets most of us don’t really understand. Of course science, the laws of physics and nature are the base of everything we do - including art. Which only becomes apparent when someone uses the laws of physics in…
So Justice League has finally arrived and it’s sure to make money — yes, domestically it’s a disappointment, but it still made over $281 million if you count international sales — and so the time has come to look to the future of this cinematic universe.
Ok Planet X will not CRASH into us or DESTROY us with gravitational waves. No the rulers of Planet X will send Ghidorah to Earth to destroy us. Everyone knows this. See heres Ghidorah is on Planet X.
The Doctor must deal with an inhabited comet turned into a weapon in the 2012 Doctor Who audio play The Jupiter Conjunction. Though it’s Turlough who seems to do most of the work in much of this nicely put together Fifth Doctor story.
Are we talking magical power here or empowerment? The ladies of this show don’t necisarrily need wands or magical debilitating diseases to be powerful. Bart is a force of nature and Farah is just bad ass.
I’m willing to ignore and accept a lot of things in TV shows and movies—because it moves the plot along, because reality is impractical, or because it’s a theatrical convention (short-hand that we all understand). One of my pet peeves, however, is how often the flag is hung wrong.
Hello and welcome to another Saturday GIF Party. There hasn’t been that much participation in these lately, so come out of your hiding places and post your GIFs in the reply.
After last week’s tearjerker of an episode, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend took the time to slow down and show the impact of her suicide attempt not only on her, but her friends as well, in addition to finally giving Rebecca a diagnosis that was something other than anxiety and depression.
Last night’s new Orville, “Firestorm”, seemed mainly to be another set of homages to Star Trek until the end when it took things in a surprising and satisfying direction. Directed by Brannon Braga and written by Family Guy writer Cherry Chevapravatdumrong, the episode is an entertaining and effective contemplation of…
On the road to Numerica, Warren and the others encounter a mysterious stranger, that they take for grave robber, but he may be something much more.
Look. It’s not easy to establish a notable career in any field, let alone in one where literally everything you do will be pored over, examined and analyzed within an inch of its life. It’s hard. Just today, you might have even gotten some discouragement about doing your dream project, Hamlet. You know what? Keep…