I told myself that I wouldn't watch Titans because recently DC has taken many beloved characters and completely butchered them. I didn't want to pay for DC's streaming service and I didn't feel like being disappointed by them again. However, since I currently live in Thailand, Titans is available on Netflix, so I took the plunge.
Hallmark Channel broke new ground when it debuted When Calls the Heart in 2014. The drama quickly escalated to the top of the ratings charts and amassed a fanbase of dedicated viewers that are lively, interactive, and determined to keep their favorite show on top.
Arguably the best episode of the series thus far, the Tristram Shapeero-directed New Jersey closes with everyone having a good time at the wedding reception for Duffy (John Reynolds) and Gemma (Zoe Boyle). While I must admit I was hoping we were going to see Andrew Aldridge (Alex Jennings) and Tony James (Nathan Stewart-Jarrett) get married, the wedding we saw was beautiful.
By the time episode ten passed I had thought the surprises would be over, and how wrong I was. This episode is comprised of people standing and talking, coupled with Charce’s flashbacks to his childhood. We find that the story that he made up in a previous episode is not quite true. I say not quite, because the events loosely resemble those that actually occurred in his life. By manipulating the memory he made it so that it would be easier for him to lie at the time. As most good lies go, there is a hint of truth to them that makes them believable, this allows for the delivery at the time to be far more natural to the character. The confession here is a perfect example of that principle in practice.
So there aren't many theories on Fuller House, but there are some about Full House that I will address here. There will not be spoiler alerts during this part of the post.
So if you guys don't know Queer Eye is now back but on Netflix, which is great news for me because I liked what I saw of the original, but I don't have Bravo. I would get to see it when I house sat or whatever. The original Queer Eye was called Queer Eye for the Straight and premiered in July of 2003 on Bravo. It was so popular that it had a spin off version for women called Queer Eye for the Straight Girl, but the spin off wasn't as popular and only lasted one season. The original fab 5 had the same kind of makeup or structure as this reboot, having one that was an expert in the categories of food, decorating, fashion, culture and grooming.
Spoiler and trigger warning: If you are sensitive to suicide, rape, or sexual assault, please do not read this. Also, if you have not finished season one, please be advised that this blog will contain spoilers.
Tony's car was smashed and he says that he can't tell the cops. He also opens up episode ten with his voiceover. Tony testifies after the girl Hannah "bullied". Tony reveals through his testimony and flashback that he beat up three people, one who broke into his car, one for selling drugs to his sister, and another for calling him a fag. Tony said that he owed Hannah because she lied and hid him after he beat someone up. He also confronted the girl Hannah bullied. Tony finally tells his boxing coach and possible love interest what happened with the old guy he beat up that also goes to the gym.
So season 2 dropped and I'm watching it as I write this so I won't forget anything. Also I'm taking this slow as not to get too emotional or triggered or put in a bad place. I've heard how watching this too fast will cause issues. Each episode has each person's testimony as a voice over.
Please read part one if you hadn't already. Also I have to put in a trigger and spoiler alert. This post is not for those who have not yet watched season one of 13 Reasons Why. This post and series is also not for those who are easily triggered by bullying, sexual assault, suicide or depression. If you are in crisis, please get help.
I did this backwards because I didn't have a Vocal account when season one came to be. Look through my profile for my season two recap. Before I get started, if you are triggered by sexual assault or suicide, please be careful with this post and the show. Also, spoilers ahead, so if you haven't watched this show, please do so and come back later. So here is what we learned in season one.
Not too long ago, I decided to sit down and watch Mad Men for the first time. I know, I know, I'm incredibly late to the game; but I've now finally seen it and I'll admit, I get the hype. Don't get me wrong, the show is far from perfect (it definitely has its flaws) but there are so many shining moments throughout.