The title of tonight’s supersized finale is ‘The Passenger’ which is generally taken to mean someone who is passively traveling (ie. not the driver). There is so much going on in this show, I’m not even going to attempt an interpretation. Instead enjoy this well-know song of the same title by Iggy Pop:
In which we (presumably) reach the Valley Beyond.
This is it. The end. Finito. Earth is gone forever or something. Supergirl battles the world killers Sailor Moon style because she will not kill ANYONE (who isn’t a Nazi or a Martian Nazi or Parasite...), not even HER. Let’s react, people!
This week’s title has a couple possible meanings. In art, it is the point where receding parallel lines appear to converge. Or it can simply be the point where something ends or goes extinct. Urban dictionary also has a definition involving a G-string (I’m sure you can imagine how that one goes). And fun fact:…
We’re closing in on the season finale, and the dark kryptonians are coming. Things are very likely stepping up on this episode to terrible lengths. Even the puns! Let’s react.
This week’s title is the Lakota verb “to remember”. Between the title and the photos HBO released for the episode, it looks like the majority of the episode will be spent with the Ghost Nation. We also get a new character, named Kohana (Lakota for ‘swift’).
Supergirl is GONE. Forever! Show’s over. At least for the next episode. Meanwhile, who could save Earth?! No one. Earth is gone. Let’s react.
Tonight’s title is a french phrase, of which the most appropriate translations are “tormented souls” or “skinned anatomical figures”. Either way you look at it, it probably doesn’t bode well for some of the Delos hosts.
In mathematics, the title of this episode refers to a “space in which all possible states of a system are represented, with each possible state corresponding to one unique point.” This seems to mesh nicely with the episode’s description: “Everyone deserves to choose their own fate”, particularly if you correlate all…
Welcome back to The Expanse. Despite some recent rumors, the show hasn’t been saved yet (although Amazon is in negotiations). If you’re the sort who tweets about TV, there’s supposedly a planned tweet storm for #TheExpanse and #SaveTheExpanse starting at 9:00 Eastern.
Season finale! Devoe trying to make the viewership dumber with this season or something, so let’s do an inception episode. Have fun people. I will join you soon, I hope. I’m almost caught up with this show. React!
The plot thickens. And things get a lot more complicated for Liv and her friends. React!
Guardian centered episode... seems fun. React!
According to the show’s wiki, the title probably refers to 茜の舞, which translates to “Dance of Akane.” As “akane” means “deep red,” I’m guessing there’s going to be a lot of bloody sword fights in this episode.
Season Finale! So... I haven’t even watched the last two episodes, because I’m dealing with some stuff, but I’ll get there next week probably. Anyway, I’m gonna guess: Plot contrivances, stupid fights, amazing choreographies, a HARD PRICE to pay (That will be mostly nullified next season). React!
Two episodes left! React people. I will join when I can.
The triple point of a substance is when the solid, liquid, and gaseous phases coexist in thermodynamic equilibrium. Knowing this series, it could also be a geopolitical metaphor.
Live is going to beat the shit out of you if you do not comply, for she is in hardass cop brain. Let’s react!
Things are heating up in this show! And by that, I mean I don’t know much of what’s going on because I’m still dealing with stuff, so I am 3 episodes behind now. I’ll watch whenever I can, but meanwhile, the thread is yours, my lovely reactors.
The title of this episode appears to be a reference to The Prince. From my understanding, Machiavelli claimed claiming power required either inherent ability (virtue) or luck/external intervention (fortune). I guess we’ll be diving more into the Dolores/Maeve dichotomy, then.