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  1. I watched "Bad Times at the El Royale"(really good movie btw) the other day and I've had "Can't Hurry Love" stuck in my head ever since. I've always loved the Phil Collins version, and for shoot had no idea it was a Supremes cover all these years.
  2. I honestly think I need to watch this episode again, because there is so much to digest here. I've reached a tipping point where Nacho's story is stressing me out. I just need that dude to find a way out, but I get the feeling that Lalo is going to find him in season 6 and make his life hell. I'm so disappointed in Kim This might be a weird observation, but they kinda tipped their hand that she was making a turn with her letting her hair down. I saw someone notice a while back that her hair is always up, but her hair was down for most of this episode. The writers of this show don't waste any movements.
  3. I can't be the only one that thought Kim was about to eat a bullet. Fuck me I don't think I took in a breath during that entire scene. Lalo is such a nice departure from the Tuco type villain. Like, if you aren't on his bad side, Lalo is probably fun af to be around, but man, it's so scary how quickly he turns it around into complete menace.
  4. I absolutely enjoy BCS a good bit more than I did BB, and I say that as someone who considers BB an all-time great tv show. I think the big difference is that there are some characters you actually want to root for in BCS, even if you know their fates. Only this show could turn something as simple as a cup getting shot into such a powerful visual. It was a bullet through the chest of James McGill.
  5. When Kim went to visit Lalo, my immediate thought was "oh this won't be good". I have a bad feeling in my gut that this will come back in a bad way.
  6. There were so many great little touches in tonight's episode. It's like the last pieces of Jimmy were being chipped away out in that desert.
  7. Gus also removed it from the freezer and carefully unwrapped it as if he was about to prepare it to be cut and cooked.
  8. I can't remember the last time that my heart just ached for a character like it does for Kim. Jimmy is just so GD frustrating.
  9. Now that I think about it, has Kara had good chemistry with anyone they have tried to pair her with? I find it funny that, much like Felicity, she had better chemistry with Barry Allen than the characters they have been officially linked to. Maybe Mon-El would have worked if he wasn't such a wet sock.
  10. I'm really glad to see the Obsidian story finally leading to SOMETHING on Supergirl. Didn't expect it to end up being downright creepy. Loved the Alex stuff, and that was probably the best acting Chyler Leigh has ever done on this show. This episode did a lot to make me like the William character more, probably because I don't think there is much chemistry with he and Kara, so having them removed from each other was good.
  11. To be fair, I shipped Diaz and Felicity in my own head canon last year.
  12. I just watched Legends. Is it just me, or did Constantine and Zari have like, REALLY good on-screen chemistry? I'm shipping those two right now.
  13. Dreamer did come out last season, when she did the interview with Kara. I had been sad about the lack of Dreamer this season, so I was happy to see her get an episode focusing on her, and a pretty good one at that. Really liked Flash this week too. I like the job they are doing in babyfacing Nash post-Crisis.
  14. I liked that one little moment where Mike very clearly loved the quiet, simple nature of where he was at. The phone charger scene was a legit LOL moment. "This is Mr. X" "It's my work name." That was maybe the funniest bit of dialogue I have heard in ages.
  15. So was that actually it for Routh and Ford? Because the episode felt like it was setting up a farewell episode next week. I haven't read the SHEETS BRUTHA so I'm not sure. I did love the episode though. Much better sendoff for Damien Dahrk this time too. It's wild to me how unrecognizable this show is from when it started. Like, I loved the Rip Hunter character, but he would not fit in with this show at all anymore.
  16. Surprised there isn't more chatter for this week's episode. I can't believe they turned a scene with a shift lead cleaning a fryer into one of the most intense things I've seen in ages.
  17. When the show started, I didn't expect Nacho to be one of the deepest characters in the show. I think more than anyone else, I want him to find a happy ending. Brother just wants OUT.
  18. I didn't expect Dallas to be the team that kinda figures out the "how to guard Zion" puzzle. Maxi Kleber is super underrated as it is, but he did an excellent job facing up Zion all night, with Kristaps coming over to help when Maxi got beat off the dribble. Turns out the trick is to put height on him, instead of trying to match power. Zion still had 21 but had to REALLY work for it and looked gassed by the end. I'm so happy that Kristaps has figured everything out btw. Right now, he's just as valuable on the floor as Luka is. Sometimes even moreso.
  19. Idk? I'd say write a storyline where she gets stuck in the Phantom Zone or some shit for like half a season? I'm totally fine with J'onn carrying a bunch of episodes.
  20. Yes, HUGE pop on that one. This episode really gave me the sense that part of Kim wishes that she could do things Jimmy's way. There have been a few instances in the past where she gives in to his wild schemes, but here, she was so frustrated that her normally effective diplomat routine got stonewalled. Her body language was screaming "what would Jimmy do here?"
  21. Did anyone else just feel like an asshole by proxy after Mike yelled at his granddaughter? Seems like the theme of the season so far is going to be seeing these characters go past their point of no return.
  22. Weird thing to notice, but it seems like all of the DC shows have gone to great lengths to not over expose any of the supporting characters. Batwoman is the only outlier here, and it makes sense being the first season and you have to get everyone over.
  23. I'm glad that Supergirl stopped beating around the bush with the Lena/Kara relationship. Really fun episode, even though Mon-El was in it. Was surprised at just how cold Supergirl was toward Lena in that last scene. Lena keeps telling herself she's not a villain, and it feels like everyone tip-toes around that, but when Supergirl just flat out called her a villain, that just changed everything.
  24. I just want y'all to know how much it upsets me when Kim is upset.
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