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Summer Game of Thrones
Cops/Lawyers - Whenever, Whenever The Mentalist Blue Bloods Hawaii Five-O Suits
Netflix Superhero Shows - 3 shows per year Daredevil The Punisher The Defenders Jessica Jones/Luke Cage/Iron Fist
Whenever, Whenever Doctor Who Hell on Wheels Sons of Anarchy
Comedy - Whenever, Whenever Modern Family Cougar Town The Office
Mitchell, George & Annie are the best.
The episode get darker & darker as you go. There will be humor, but there is much dark stuff going on.
I am going to put season 2 on hold until I have finishing taking in this season.
I hope Michael's & Jim's hair look a bit better in the next season.
Supergirl: Stronger Together (2015)
I just miss Superman.
1x02 - Stronger Together
Alex Danvers & Hank Hershaw want to know the limits of Kara's powers & they want to help her train to become a better hero. Kara gets emotional when Alex beats her butt to prove a point that she is not ready to go out a face the big bad guys.
Supergirl gets bad press when she tries to save oil from exploding at the docks, but she makes it worst. She confides in Jimmy & Winn that she wants to help the little people so that Supergirl can get better press.
Some insect guy kidnaps Alex. Kara saves her. We found out that Kara's mom was a twin & she imprisoned her twin sister.
My limits have been reached & I am going to go ahead & cop out of watching this series. I am usually a person that has a high threshold of cringe, but I had to stop watching this because my cringe was at an ultimate high.
Melissa Benoist. I want to like Supergirl, but I feel no connection to her. Honestly, I cannot take her seriously. I look at Supergirl & keep wishing I could see Superman or I just have the urge to watch Smallville again.
Also, I got really mad when Kara said the S stood for Stronger Together. S stand for Hope, girl. I know that should not upset me off, but Man of Steel is my favorite comic book movie & everything about the movie is the law. Ha. Crazy... but that is how I feel.
Mehcad Brooks. I love you, but I just cannot do this. I will be tuning in when Superman comes through because I can never miss when my favorite superhero pops up in (mostly) any version. Also, I want to see who Chris Woods is & his scenes because I love his acting. I might give the show another chance depending on how these episodes that I want to see goes.
Supergirl: Pilot (2015)
Not Laura Vandervoort, but it is decent
1x01 - Pilot
When Supergirl first came out, I had no intention of watching it & I did not. I was not a fan of Melissa Benoist as Supergirl because (1) she was no Laura Vandervoort who looked like a Supergirl (2) I did not like her character on Glee so I did not think that she had the acting chops for Supergirl.
About a year later (today - 09-29-2016), I decided to watch it because (1) Superman is my husband & since Tyler Hoechlin was cast I knew I was going to watch the episodes he appeared in, but I was not sure if I was going to watch the show. Also, I am fresh off of re-watching my favorite series Smallville & I needed another super something in my life.
The pilot episode is filled with so much cheese & clichés that at one point I thought that I was watching a comedy, but I think I liked it.
Kara was supposed to be older than Clark until her pod went to the Phantom Zone. I was about to nut up if Clark was younger than her.
Superman led her to her foster parents The Danvers because he wanted her to be raised by decent human beings like he was. Guess who was her dad? Dean Cain... that man just wants to pop up in as many Kryptonian TV shows as he can.
Kara was living life as a regular human until one day her sister plane goes down & she saves it. Kara experiences a rush & his excited that she did it, but her sister not so much. I thought her sister was jealous of her, which she was, but she also wanted to protect her from all the aliens Kara's pod brought to earth when she was in the Phantom Zone.
It is revealed that Kara's sister, Alex works with an organization that works against aliens. Kara's real aunt wants her death.
Kara Danvers is no Kara Kent & I will always wish that Laura was cast, but Melissa did a good enough job so far.
My favorite character so far is James "Jimmy" Olsen. I love that he knows Superman. He is another reason I am about to trek through this series. I love Mechad Brooks & I was waiting for him to appear on my TV screen since True Blood & Necessary Roughness ended.
I do not feel invested in the rest of the character. Once there is a story to tell I think I will be alright. As of right now, it seems as though Supergirl is going to be about Kara taking down the prisoners that escaped the Phantom Zone.
Brotherly Love... so emotional
We find out that Stefan is in a human's body & he is trying to survive in the wilderness. Then, Stefan's body is inhabited by a serial killer from the 1880s.
Damon ends up finding Stefan before he dies.
For the most part, this episode was boring... nothing really happened. Valerie & Alaric need to let Caroline & Stefan go because the latter clearly are with the former only because they cannot be together.
The highlight of this episode was Damon's & Stefan's emotional talk when Damon is trying yo find Stefan in the blizzard. Their talks get me so emotional because despite Damon being an ass their brotherly bond is one of the reasons this show has gone on for so long.
I needed Bonnie & Enzo to be in this episode because I missed them dearly.
Bonnie & Enzo: The Start of Something Magical
This episode was better than the last... it was mess, but it was a beautiful trainwreck.
First, the ending was so heartbreaking with Nora's & Mary Louise's death & Damon & Valerie sad about Stefan'd return to the Phoenix Stone.
There were many boring parts & stupid plots that occurred (Stefan/Rayna taking to one another & Valerie/Stefan's quest), but the meaningful moments sort of outway the bad ones.
Damon tried to do right by Stefan at the last minute, but he is too late. He wanted to have it all, but he has to understand that you must sacrifice for the people he loves.
Matt needs to go.
Enzo cares for Bonnie. I saw it in his eyes when he realizes that there is no antidote for the pills. My heart swelled with my love for this potential couple.
I missed Bonnie. I wished she was in the episode.
Why do I like to torture myself? This episode was terrible & I literally thought it was a parody. After the last episode with Klaus, I put this episode on hold because I did not like the preview or the synopsis. Finally, I forced myself to watch it & I think it could be the worst episode this season so far. Well, the first 27 minutes were probably the worst I have ever seen from most of the actors, especially Ian. Ian's acting was atrocious. I mean I was cringing throughout the whole episode it was so bad. Also, there were so many boring asxs parts & I cannot stand Steroline. I want to be free from watching that boring asxs couple.
The only saving grace in this episode was Bonnie Bennett. She made every scene she shared with everyone meaningful & interesting. Even though Ian was horrible for the majority of the episode, his scene with Bonnie was awesome.
So, now that I got that out the way, I need to talk about what actually happened in the episode.
Damon Salvatore is one of the most selfish people on this show. Everyone is willing to sacrifice for his ungrateful asxs & he returns the favor my spitting in their face (figuratively). He used to be my favorite TV male character, but as the show went on his character has not really grown. The only person he wants to live for his Elena... how freaking pathetic his that. Stefan had been through so much with this idiot... always sacrificing his happiness... at this point, I am ready for Stefan to stake him.
Also, when he hurt Bonnie, I wanted to kill him myself.
I could be in my feelings & Damon could regain my love in the next episode, but I really do not see how he could go about doing that. I hope Ian puts on his acting pants next episode because I do not know what that performance was in this episode.
I almost forgot about Matt Donovan. He is so pointless & he needs to go. I am over him.
*Anything Bonnie B.
*Bonnie's & Enzo's interactions... they are the best parts of this season so far
*Bonnie's & Damon's talk at the beginning & at the end of the episode. The ending was so emotional & Katerina Graham as outgrown this show for a while now because she has by far been the best actor.
*Damon's & Stefan's emotional goodbye... I felt so bad for Stefan because Damon keeps hurting him.
4 stars for Bonnie
Smallville: Memoria (2004)
3x19 - Rewatch (Lex-centric)
I am beginning to see that every Lex-centric episode this season has the highest ratings. So, it is obvious that I need more of Lex's story in my life.
"Memoria" begins with a flashback to Lex as a child babbling about baby Julian & continues to show him as an adult on the edge of his balcony screaming Julian's name. Righteous Lana shows up in the nick of time to pull him down from the ledge & the nightmare he was having.
We get a look into Lex's past life & it is very intriguing & sad. You can tell all Lex wants is to be loved & to have friends.
I am getting tired of my best friend lying to me. Really Clark? You are talking about Lex lying to you. Clark has to stop this holier than art act that he pulls with Lex because, in this episode, he was the definition of a hypocrite. His hypocrisy was at its peak when his dark side came out (as Lionel Luthor said... yeah I agree with him) when he went running to Lionel Luthor for help about Lex regaining his memories. Who would have ever thought I would side with Lionel? The fact that Lex was still willing to help Clark when he was in trouble makes me feel so sorry for Lex that no one trusts him. My heart hurts for him. Then, he took the fall for his mother. Man... give The Luthor's an Oscar for this emotional episode.
In other news, Clark finds out his earliest memories & that his mother's name was Lara. Also, he realizes that his biological parents were not monsters.
Smallville: Legacy (2004)
3x17 - Rewatch (Luthor-Clark-centric)
You know, I really hate how they make Jor-El seem like a terrible father. He sent his son to earth to save him for goodness sake... that is enough in my book for me to love Jor-El. Plus, Russell Crowe plays that character so I have a whole new level of bias for Jor-El.
Lionel Luthor finds Clark in the cave & tells Lex that they need to get to the bottom of the Clark Kent mystery.
Throughout all of season 3, Lex has really been trying to protect Clark, Chloe & Lana. Give that man some love & some friends.
Clark's stupidity is getting unreal. The dude is always zooming away & expecting everyone to turn a blind eye at his sudden disappearance. Also, the way he accuses & attacks Lex is low-key pissing me off. He is on some Barry Allen-type (The Flash TV show) shite.
Clark & Lana share a kiss. Well, that just open an unhealthy can of worms. Smh. These people have got to stop with this relationship. It is toxic & unhealthy AF. Also, the way Lana went to Lex about Clark... she might as well get with Lex.
I am ready for this season to be over because I am so damn tired of Clark & Lana, the caves & the Kents. I am over here preparing myself for season 4 when Queen Lois Lane makes her presence known.
Smallville: Crisis (2004)
3x16 - Rewatch (Lana-centric)
Clark & Pete are volunteering at a crisis center. When Clark picks up his phone, Lana is on the other line asking for his help, but the call is from the future.
The Luthors are bossing the Lady Doctor around... threatening deportation if she does not help them... that poor woman. Lex & Lionel are some different kinds of monsters... both powerful & scary.
I want to know where the hell that call came from because I did not get any explanations & I am pressed.
We found out Lionel used Adam to find out information on Clark because Lionel has terminal cancer. So, he wants to find out the secret to Clark's blood.
Smallville: Resurrection (2004)
3x15 - Rewatch (Clark-centric)
Garrett's brother dies & then comes to life. So, now Garrett's brother needs a new liver to survive. Then, John Q. occurs. Garrett straps a bomb to himself & holds the patients in the hospital hostage until his brother gets the help he needs.
I find it funny how the show incorporated kryptonite in about every episode to weaken Clark. It appears in the most random places & the most random times.
Clark found out that Lionel Luthor is using his blood in a serum to bring people back to life.
Smallville: Obsession (2004)
3x14 - Rewatch (Clark-centric)
Clark & Alicia are stuck in an elevator. She witnesses him using his powers in the elevator & in return she reveals her powers to him.
Since they reveal their powers to one another, they share a special connection & you see Clark happy for the first time when they go out on a date.
I, actually, liked Alicia & Clark together because it was free from all that nonsense he has with Lana. I just want Clark to be happy... preferably with Lois Lane. Haha. But, then she started becoming a crazy psycho & I am thinking... Can Clark or Lana have a normal relationship where someone is not crazy?
Lana needs to stop going to Lex for everything.
Lana is spying on Adam after he threatens her in the last episode. What is Adam's deal? Well, we find out & of course, it has to do with a damn Luthor. Those people are so damn sketch. When anything goes wrong, it is either a Luthor or Clark Kent. Smh... that's Smallville for you.
I loved Lex's dark humor. This Smallville re-watch is bad for my health because I like Lex too much. Also, I might me crazy because I hoped Alicia might have finished Lana off... finally. The girl is annoying I tell you & I am hating that girl more & more with each episode. Ugh.