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    Season 4 Discussion

    Well, he's not left the priesthood, as he's still a priest, he's just left his vicarage.
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    Dragon Ball Super

    Androids 17 and 18 crack me up. "It's like an unhealthy relationship, brother. We just can't quit Universe Two." 18's always been one of my favorites.
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    S06.E07: Toldja 

    Or he's still frozen at the bottom of the ocean, waiting to be retrieved.
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    S06.E07: Toldja 

    So lift off with two.
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    S06.E07: Toldja 

    Good episode marred by May and Yo-Yo acting like amateurs and putting two Shrike together after specifically noting that the Shrike were headed for each other, thus giving them what they wanted. I saw that coming a mile away, no special knowledge of the Shrike was required. And May, of all people, doesn't find the fact that the Shrike are "calm" suspicious? How long have they been doing this, exactly? When you write your secret agent characters so that real-life civilians could do the job better, you're writing them wrong. If you want to create a crisis that needs Sarge to resolve it, make it one that the agents actually couldn't have seen coming without his information. Like the initial thing where the Shrike came back to life because the knife was taken out too soon. That they couldn't have predicted. This, just about anyone could have.
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    Not yet. I hope we get a third season of Happy! and a second season of Deadly Class.
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    The latter. https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/DuckTales_(2017_TV_series)
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    Since Della thinks Donald and Penumbra are alike, it would be funny if she were like, "What's wrong with all you stupid people, I can understand him perfectly!".
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    S05. E20. Better Angels

    Undersecretary Susan Thompson, from the Bureau of African Affairs. She appeared in Season 3's "The Dissent Memo" and "The Detour" as well. It was going to be Deputy Secretary Stephen Bailey, who hadn't appeared before, but he resigned after his harassment of female coworkers came to light. I've been thinking for a long time that Stevie and Blake would make a cute couple. Actually, I expected it way back when Stevie was introduced. And then they danced at a party in a recent episode, though you could only see it in the background near the end.
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    S04.E13: The Seam

    I don't think it was entirely wiped out, because Jane still got the watch from Quentin. I think his son still existed. But I don't really see Jason Ralph coming back as the Dark King. Maybe it's Plover? Assuming it's someone we know at all. I disagree. The Magicians has been increasingly an ensemble show. This past season especially, Quentin has appeared less and everyone has had their own story. And the show itself has stated at least twice this season that Quentin isn't really the main character. I'm just as invested in all the others as I was in him, if not more so. So I think the show continues just fine with them. And I'm looking forward to seeing the real Eliot again.
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    Rapunzel's Tangled Adventure

    The one flaw in the logic ointment is that apparently the maid who took Eugene out of the Dark Kingdom just dumped him at an orphanage instead of raising him. Unless she died offscreen.
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    Rapunzel's Tangled Adventure

    I had already read a spoiler that Vigor was possessed by Demanitus a few weeks ago, but I forget where. Maybe Wikipedia. It was in the description of him as a character, not an episode summary.
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    S4.E10 All That Hard Glossy Armor

    You're welcome! I don't think being indestructible would help her, because gods can still harm her and the Monster can harm gods so it stands to reason he can harm her, too. But she might be able to fight him if she got her other powers back.
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    S4.E10 All That Hard Glossy Armor

    I think most likely the Monster found Aengus by remembering he was really Aengus and not Enyalius and therefore could be found by going through a leprechaun, like Julia knew. His memories have been coming back to him. A King doesn't inherently outrank a Queen in our world (Albert and Philip being called Prince Consort instead of King Consort has to do with sexism, yes, but also other politics and it wasn't established Albert wouldn't be called King until Parliament declared it so, to the disappointment of German relatives), but in this case the position Eliot and Tick were running for in Fillory is called High King, and the name stayed the same when Margo won. Kind of like the Xanth novels, where there was a law against a ruling Queen, and the characters just got around it by having women be titled King instead of changing the law. In contrast, Hizdahr was called King of Mereen after marrying Daenerys in A Song of Ice and Fire, even though he was 'Consort to Dragons' and second fiddle and she was titled Queen, not King.
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    S4.E10 All That Hard Glossy Armor

    People who rewound it to check said higher up in the thread that the severed head was definitely the leprechaun's. The way the Monster talked about the girl in the bar reminding him of his sister, I think he's keeping her for his sister to possess. Remember, Penny said the girl in the flashback *wasn't* a sacrifice for Enyalius. I think Margo was referring to the demon herself doing laundry if requested, just as she gathered the black grains for Margo. They possess men to render them helpless, not to make them do chores. She said, "From now on if a demon possesses a man or a woman, you can just tell them to leave. Or stay and finish them off. Or help with the laundry." Meaning "Tell them (demon) to leave. Or tell them (demon) to stay and finish them (possessed) off. Or tell them (demon) to help with the laundry", not "Or tell them (demon) to make them (possessed) help with the laundry." You mean "Narnia of the Calormenes reference ala The Horse and His Boy", right? I assume you mean that and not "Narnia of the Telmarines reference ala Prince Caspian", since you mentioned Aravis, but I'm not 100% sure since both are imperialist and the Telmarines actually conquered Narnia, so there was a Telmarine-era Narnia, hence "Narnia of the Telmarines". Was Sera Gamble involved in Whedon shows? I don't see any mentioned in her history on Wikipedia or IMDB, or by Googling. Could you be confusing her with Jane Espenson (who was involved in Buffy, Angel, Firefly and Dollhouse)? Very true!