Thanks to some improbable alien misunderstandings, Klingons and Starfleet came together in several ways in last night’s new Star Trek Discovery, “Si Vis Pacem, Para Bellum”, a Roman saying which translates to “If you want peace, prepare for war.” One Klingon seems to espouse the likely meaning of the term in this…
does that mean Star Wars can run the 20th Century Fox fanfare before the opening scroll again? Because I actually missed that.
I’ve come to the conclusion that this shows pretty good but all four of the Struckers are its weakest parts, they need to do something about that. Welcome to the Gifted season 1 episode 6 “got your siX” spoilerific reaction thread, where you can share your thoughts on the show as it plays out or after it’s done.
Caerphilly does it! Not only are we leading the world in Electric Sheep, it seems Wales could be building another kind of replicant in the near future. Racing demand for Samantha the Sexbot means we might become the manufacturing centre for an AI-driven sex toy.
Above, Claire is all of us who are still waiting for Claire and Jamie to feel right again.
Winona Ryder is putting weird shit on the wall again so it must be time for another season of Stranger Things. A better season than the first one, as it happens, and the first one is really good. Stranger Things 2 brings back a lot of plot elements from season 1 but layers over Aliens and Adventures in Babysitting on…
Welcome back to Robot Wars and this week a well known egotist on the show once again went out a failure.
Tor Freeman has been named winner in the Observer/Cape/Comica graphic short story prize 2017. If you can’t pick up a hard copy of The Observer, her entry can be read on The Guardian website along with interviews with previous winners.
Yeah, there were a ton of comic book references in Thor: Ragnarok. What’d you find?
The abandoned Cardenas house holds more than mysteries. There’s a slide to another world... or at least another version of the Cardenas house. And Dirk has gone right down the rabbit hole.
The works of Rudyard Kipling and William Blake find their way into the 2012 Doctor Who audio play The Emerald Tiger, an entertaining adventure for the Fifth Doctor. Most of the twists are pretty obvious but the usual good chemistry between Five and his three companions pairs well with peril in 1920s India.
In tonight’s penultimate rewatch we have two perfectly watchable episodes. Nothing special but nothing terrible either.
WARNING: THIS SONG CONTAINS MASSIVE SPOILERS FOR THE ENDING OF LAST NIGHT’S CRAZY EX-GIRLFRIEND. YOU HAVE BEEN WARNED.
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Whew. Here we are in the final stretch of the season (series?) with only one more episode after this one to go. Last week’s episode wasn’t entirely bad. We had death, destruction, actual usage of powers, and even a crazy ex-girlfriend cop call.
Last night’s new Orville, “Into the Fold”, was the most Star Trek-ish episode yet—no surprise considering it was written by Brannon Braga and Andre Bormanis and the episode was directed by Braga. It felt very much like an episode of Voyager where Janeway or someone else, having crash landed on a planet, has to rely…
Murphy fights for his life in the back seat as Warren rockets through Eerie Indian, suffering from her own version of white line fever.
Good EVENING!!! (read in Dracula voice) and VELCOME to Fur Face Friday!
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