Leslie Knope has easily been one of the funniest characters to ever be on television. She’s free-spirited, goofy, eccentric, but she’s also friendly, loyal, kind and inspiring. She started as a lower level, Parks and Recreation maintenance employee in Pawnee, Indiana, which was, “first in friendship, fourth in obesity.” Continue reading
Why deny it? Instead of doing whatever you’re supposed to be doing, i.e. homework, you’re surfing through Netflix, looking for your next procrastination-induced binge. Here are a few of my favorites that have interjected themselves between me and my studies. Continue reading
Oliver Queen continues his mayoral campaign with a charity event, sponsoring the cleaning of the Star City Bay, with the support of Team Arrow, and a “remarkable” turnout from the presumed dead city. But the glory is short-lived when a drone starts shooting at everyone, controlled by none other than Damien Darhk.
At the end of last week’s episode, Kara had regained her powers after her battle with Red Tornado and saved the city from crisis caused by the earthquake, only to be confronted by Astra, her aunt, and two of her henchmen. Why is Emily Fields’ father attacking Supergirl?
When Reign ended last season, Queen Elizabeth was hot on Mary, Queen of Scots’ trail, calling for her death and her mission annihilate any others who lay claim to the English throne. Francis, accepting his forthcoming death, moved onto the final chapter of his life, and reconciled with Mary, who had an affair with Prince Conde, who knows what the hell happened to him, after her attack in the last midseason finale. Continue reading
After her disastrous battle with Red Tornado, and the broken glass in Ms. Grant’s office, Kara is powerless and vulnerable. Not only can she cut herself, she’s susceptible to the common cold, the most dreadful human experience. Continue reading
This season’s epic Flash/Arrow crossover event was used to further set up the new show, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, for its winter premiere
(as if using all previous 7 Arrow episodes weren’t enough of a waste of time). Continue reading
Now that we’re back to the normal story path, the startling confession from Kara’s foster mother about their father’s death at the DEO is investigated, while Kara deals with her own issues.
Kara is flying about, per usual, when a bout of road rage is reported and two men are nearly ramming each other off the road. Continue reading
(Now, back to the past, to the episode that was supposed to air last week…)
The Girl of Steel is tasked with her most difficult challenge yet: babysit her boss’ kid, save the city, and deal with James Olson’s insufferable love drama with Lucy Lane. The latter being so unfathomably dull. Continue reading
(Due to the tragic events in Paris this weekend, CBS chose to air 1×05 instead of 1×04 this week, due to content matter.)
Thanksgiving came early for our National City crew, but the monsters are still around. Cat Grant is bitchy, per usual, dealing with an evenly bitchy employee, who is spending her Thanksgiving thanking her tongue for the nasty comments she can make about Supergirl. Eliza Danvers is in town to visit her daughters, making Alex’s life a living hell.