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  1. Those weren't white people she was killing, she didn't even attempt to keep the body count low. She just attributed the high body count and massive destruction to the Super Terrorist.
  2. Mother also had some of the Creepy Creature blood, True Mithras Believer blood and Weird Baby blood in there. Did they every explain what the android power source is?
  3. If you haven't been checking on The Witcher on Netflix you may not have noticed there are several entries that may be of interest. There is a placecard for the the new TV Series they creating called "The Witcher: Blood Origin" a prequel set 1200 years earlier about the creation of the first Witcher and for "The Witcher: Nightmare of the Wolf" an anime/animated movie. There are also two new "The Witcher" shows available "Making The Witcher" 32 minutes talking about the show and how they made it and "Inside the Episodes The Witcher" 8 episodes where they spend 5 to 7 minutes going through each episode.
  4. Episodes seem to be available at 9 p.m. Episode 2: Voter Suppression is available on September 25. Guests include: U.S. Rep. Katie Porter; author and media personality Charlamagne Tha God; comedian Roy Wood, Jr.
  5. I thought it was pretty funny. Shows like this without an audience tend not to be very funny, I suspect the show will get even funnier when she gets her audience.
  6. There was a deleted scene (in the X-Ray section) in the episode where A-Train gets kicked off of The Seven, where A-Train is talking to his accountant about how much debt he is in and where all his money was going. The accountant mentions that A-Train owns an island that he has never been to. Since Stormfront is Vought's wife, I was guessing that she owns the company. It just makes you wonder why Stan Edgar is the face of the company. The X-Rays said that Kimiko and Annie met when she helped Kimiko, Hughie, Frenchie, and Mother's Milk get away from A-Train in Season 1.
  7. I am surprised that all Stormfront's test subjects aren't Blond, Blue-eyed hunks and hunkettes. Why would she risk giving superpowers to races that were not worthy of them, inferior races would only result in inferior superpowers.
  8. Season 2 has already aired in Canada and will begin airing is the US on October 7 on The CW at 9 p.m.
  9. Carnival Row has a prequel audiobook called "Carnival Row: Tangle in the Dark" read by Karla Crome and scripted by one of the show’s writers, Stephanie K. Smith. The 3 hour and 8 minute audiobook is only available from Audible and costs $24.95 or is free to listen to if you subscribe to Audible Plus. The audiobook "Carnival Row: Tangle in the Dark" can be found here and a free sample is also available. Publisher's Summary Tourmaline Larou lives an idyllic life of learning by day and partying by night. An aspiring poet, her future promises nothing less than brilliance. Then, Vignette Stonemoss walks through the door, and Tourmaline’s world is upended. As she struggles to understand the effect this stranger has on her, Tourmaline and her fellow fae face a looming threat from the human world. War is on the horizon, and their very existence is at stake. And Tourmaline will discover whether love will save her—or destroy her. Carnival Row: Tangle in the Dark is set in the world of the Amazon Original series Carnival Row, created by Travis Beacham and René Echevarria. Carnival Row is available only on Amazon Prime Video. Note: Carnival Row contains adult material and graphic language. Listener discretion is advised. The Carnival Row Season One Soundtrack is now available for purchase through select digital stores like Spotify, Amazon Music, Pandora, iTunes and many other digital platforms. The Amazon Music is free to listen to for subscribers to Amazon Prime. Songs include “Bury a Friend” by Billie Eilish, “Grieve No More” by Patty Gurdy, and “Fuel to Fire” by Agnes Obel. Here is a link to the Carnival Row Season One Soundtrack on Amazon Music where the complete 24 track playlist can be viewed.
  10. How Amber Ruffin Built Her Peacock Late-Night Show
  11. Superstore's premiere date has been pushed back one week to Oct. 29th.
  12. The preview for the next episode seems to imply otherwise.
  13. I wonder if Lamplighter's costume was inspired by Watchmen? Starlight straight up murdered that dude.
  14. Sounds like a live action "My Hero Academia (Boku No Hero Academia)".
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