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  1. Batman won't, but Roy Kent will.
  2. I loved this! It felt so much like classic Leverage with Sophie's acting skills kicking in when a con is involved, and even a Doctor Who reference (Bill Potts, Breanna's alias, was a companion). Elliot was great, Breanna's speech was great and the bad guy was particularly vile. The best episode so far this season.
  3. Point One: I have no idea what's going on. Point Two: The actors playing Alina and Mal are so very terrible. We're talking British CW teen drama terrible. Point Three: At least the criminals seem interesting. I've never read (or heard about) the books before. Are they YA novels about a Special, Magic Girl who saves the world/universe with her Specialness and Magic while pining for her One True (boring) Love? If so, I'm a tiny bit too old for that sort of thing. Like 40 years or so. Anyway, I'm bored so I'll stick with it awhile longer and maybe it will pick up, or at least star
  4. Good for him. Never been a big Snyder fan but my respect for him has gone up.
  5. Just tuned in, and two things: 1. OMG, Joe is wearing a suit! I didn't even know he owned one. 2. I'm actually agreeing with him about calling the race. His rants are my rants. Surely, the apocalypse is upon us.
  6. I like it, I just don't fucking understand it. Anyway, I hope Father survived. He's my favorite.
  7. I love Tom Bergeron, and if I hadn't given up on DWTS 6 years ago, I'd quit over his firing. That being said, I think Wayne Brady would be the perfect host for the show if they fire Nick Cannon. (And yeah, they're going to fire Nick Cannon)
  8. Actually, this seems to be what they were going for in that movie: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=A0D4fHieW8o, Zari has so much more chemistry with John that it's not even funny. Well, it is funny since TPTB think Nate is all that and a bag of chips. You know, I don't like Ava, but they've been using her very effectively, like in this ep and the one with Marie Antoinette, so I end up enjoying her anyway. Stop manipulating me, show.
  9. She wanted another Teddy. She missed having somebody follow her around adoringly, no matter how many insane things she did. All those copies of herself just aren't the same. They'll never convince me that it was part of a convoluted plan that caused him to find her after she'd been shot.
  10. Here's a link to a video with Carole talking what's happening at BCR with coronavirus, about Tiger King, and at the end there's a little about her husband. It also gives a look at some of the cats, and what their enclosures look like. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=W4n8RbaUmWk
  11. I only got thru one episode of this because of the animal abuse and then I came here and found that the show was bashing Big Cat Rescue. Let me be clear, I don't know anything about Carole's personal life, and don't care, but I know how the cats are taken care of at BCR and it's nothing like those other two freak shows. Remember the scene where about a dozen tigers are in a single cage fighting over the food? That doesn't happen at BCR. Every cat has it's own fairly large enclosure unless they had been raised together before they came to the sanctuary. There's also a "vacation" area about as
  12. I don't know how i feel about this. There were a lot of things I didn't like. I can accept that the Doctor has had more regenerations then we know about, but I don't like the fact that she's not Gallifreyan. I don't like that the Master wiped out the Time Lords because he doesn't feel special anymore. I don't like that Barristan Selmy had to deus ex machina his way in to finish the job because the Doctor wouldn't push the button because destroying a threat to every living thing in the universe would "turn her into the Master". I don't like the "fam". I'm sorry, I tried, but none of them
  13. Could this be the Series 6B theory? At the end of series 6 the Time Lords grab the second Doctor, send his companions back to their own time, and sentence him to forced regeneration and exile on Earth. We never see the regeneration onscreen. Series 7 starts with the third Doctor stumbling out of his TARDIS and passing out . The theory goes that maybe the Time Lords made Two work for them for awhile before regenerating him and dumping him on Earth. Isn't it possible that during this time, Two naturally regenerated into Doctor Ruth (I'm totally calling her that. I don't care), she escaped
  14. So, let's imagine that you have an "influential" morning news show, and let's also imagine that a bombshell story broke the night before about the president's henchmen possibly plotting to assassinate a US ambassador, what do you do: a) Spend 15 minutes talking about baseball b) Spend another 20 minutes talking about he said/she said at the latest debate c) Wax nostalgic about those wonderful days when you were running for office because, as we all know, it's all about you d) Pick your toenails e) What was the story again?
  15. This show is hysterical, I wish more people were watching and talking about it. I honestly never thought I'd see Damian Wayne refer to himself as a lil sweet potato pie 🙂The whole talk show things was a riot! I love the world they've created and how all the villains superheroes and regular people interact.
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