#OUaT, S03E03: ”I’m Sorry”
Not a big deal, but it’s worth noting that Regina apologized to Emma for calling Hook her “boyfriend.” That was considerate, because at this point in the show, they still don’t know that Nealfire is alive. At the same time, Hook apologized to David for the Dreamshade infection. IMO, the time they’ve spent in Neverland is bringing them closer together. That’s good. Most of them are related. -Redorkulous
#OUaT, S03E03: ”I’m Sorry”
#AgentsOfShield, S01E03: At the end of Episode 3, we see Doctor Hall’s hand, reaching out from the gravitonium. Is this a possible super-villain? Hmmm. I hope not. A super-villain requires a superhero. And so far, this series doesn’t have one. -Redorkulous
#TheBlacklist, S01E03: Gained a whole new respect for FBI Special Agent Donald Ressler. He comes off like another office drone, but Special Agent Ressler beat the snot out of that guy. -Redorkulous
#SleepyHollow, S01E04: When Abbie took off her sister’s handcuffs… For me, it was the physical representation of their new-found freedom. This also laid the foundation for heir newly established trust. -Redorkulous
#TheWhiteQueen, S01E06: Was it Romance or Revenue?
We were never quite sure if Richard’s interest towards his sister-in-law, Anne, was truly personal? Or just personal gain? After much debate, we concluded that it was both.
As they were childhood friends, we thought Richard had developed genuine feelings for Anne, but he also saw the opportunity for increasing his wealth and status. In truth, it was the ideal match for Medieval nobility. How often does the love of your life come with an inheritance from the richest nobleman in the country?
However. They did have one obstacle. Anne’s mother, Lord Warwick’s widow, Lady Anne Beauchamp, Countess of Warwick.
Elizabeth’s objection’s to her son being established in his own house did reveal her lack of exposure to royal protocol. Not a big deal, but noticeable to the brothers of York. JMO. -Redork, WatchColorTV
#UnderTheDome, S0E07: ”Hey, Harriet. C’mere.”
For me, this was significant. The dome created an image of this woman’s husband, even though Harriet had never previously touched the dome.
How do we know that she had never touched the dome? Because when Harriet reached out for her husband’s hand, she received that initial shock.
OK. I think the dome is constantly adjusting to its surroundings by constantly assimilating new data. Which brings me to Harriet…
I think the dome was curious about her pregnancy. So it tricked it her into touching the dome, so it could gather more data. Just a theory.
#UnderTheDome, S01E06: Weather or not
Inside the dome, rain. Outside that dome, sunny. That means the dome has its own ecosystem, complete with micro-climate.
Hmmm. There has to be some way for Chester’s Mill to manipulate that science to their advantage.
But they’re never PRO-active. Always RE-active. That’s what irks me about Chester’s Mill.
#Scandal, S02E22: This set design looks like Liberace’s bathroom. It’s gaudy and ostentatious. We’d sooner stay in Huck’s on-bedroom hovel, than this peach powder puff. But that’s just us.
Hollis: ”He’s probably marching his pale azz into the Justice Department this very second.”
Cyrus: ”No. He’s in my office. Right now.”
Whoever is in charge of White House security needs a pink slip. Since when do you let a disgraced District of Attorney freely roam the halls of the President’s living space?
And why was David allowed into the private office of the President’s Chief of Staff, where he could rifle through files. Instead, David should have been held by Cyrus’ secretary to wait in the foyer.
Besides, it’s late. It’s been a crazy day. Hey, David. We know you have the Cytron card, but you can schedule an appointment like anybody else.
Sister Mary Fabulous
Nope. We don’t think so. And we know LHHATL is ratchet. Everybody knows that. But all good TV goes back to the story and the characters. And that’s what makes LHHATL exceptional.
It’s true. Because when you find yourself yelling at the screen… Well, my friend… you’re caught up with the story. And LHHATL has some of the BEST storylines. Plus, the cast is relatable. We all know that beautiful girl who’s struggling with a trifling man. We all know that loser who thinks he’s a pimp. And Joseline Hernandez is just plain crazy.
Plus, we don’t want TV producers to think that it’s all about the fight. Nope. It’s not. It’s about good storylines, and likable cast members. That’s good TV. And LHHATL is damn good TV.
You know we love The Family Hustle, but we have to be honest… we didn’t understand why VH1 produced this 7-episode, short-run season? As you know, Season 1 had 14 eps. Season 2 had 17. So why throw together 7 not-as-good-as-they-coulda-been episodes?
#TheBorgias, S03E06: Caged Animals
Maybe we’re looking too deep into this show, but we loved the framing of this scene. The chandelier creates this “cage-like” affect, as they discuss military strategy.
It’s intriguing. His Holiness and his son are literally “locked” in battle. The Pope is angry about Cesare’s new army being placed on the doorsteps of the Vatican. And Cesare is frustrated with his father’s lack of trust in his abilities.
Forever bonded by blood, and forever seeking to break free. It’s brilliant television.
#Scandal, S02E21: Nice, one. As the show transitioned from Cyrus eviscerating James, to the investigation into Sally Langston, they flashed photos of the Watergate Hotel.
As you know, the Watergate Hotel was the location of the infamous Watergate Scandal in the 1970s, which resulted in the resignation of President Nixon. But somebody on this show is fascinated with Nixon anyway, and we’ll tell you why.
When Liv was walking home with Edison, she kept praising Nixon for opening up China [S02E06]. And now we see the Watergate Hotel. Cuh-winky-dink? We think not.
“Mate”? Greg, was it really necessary to tack on the word “mate”? Oh, yeah. Killian Jones is a pirate. That’s how pirates talk. Hmmm. Anyhoo.
Greg told Killian that Mister Gold has powerful magic. In what alternate universe does Greg need to school Captain “I-Lost-My-Love-And-My-Hand-To-Rumple”? We thought Greg’s whole conversation was pointless. If there’s anybody who knows about Mister Gold’s magic, it’s Killian “Hook” Jones.
In our opinion, these are the fine details the showrunners can’t afford to ignore. Not when our beloved show is hemorrhaging viewers.