The Equalizer – Didn’t especially care for that one. I am surprised it was a progressive candidate
who was employing the predator. I would
have expected it to be a conservative candidate. But other than that, it felt like a
cliché. I think I actually enjoyed the
sub-plot with the daughter more in this one.
Ellen’s Game of Games – So close. The winner was just one question away. But once she missed the final question, I
knew she wouldn’t make it back up to the top.
Just not enough time.
Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist – I’m discovering I don’t have
much patience for love triangles these days.
That’s making me frustrated with this show. It looks like we resolved it early in this
season only to completely flip flop now.
Seriously? I knew where the song
the band did at the party was going to go as soon as they started singing. Awkward!
I hope her brother finds something good now that the band has fallen
The Flash – Oh THAT Nora.
For some reason, I was thinking the speed force was supposed to be Barry
and Iris’s daughter, not Barry’s mother.
I’d forgotten that was her name, too.
Now it makes more sense.
Normally, I’m not a fan of the talking the villain into giving up their
plans resolution, but in this case, it worked.
I loved seeing Chester connect with his dad, even if it was
predictable. But seriously, what was up
with those outfits? They were early
90’s, not late 90’s fashion.
Supergirl – I get it – this is a TV show. But I was laughing so hard at that
trial. It took place in a day? And it was so unconventionally handled? I’m not talking about the jury (which is
obviously a nod to pandemic times/needing to keep the extras away from each
other), but the entire way it was handled.
I would have been surprised if they got Kara back from the Phantom Zone
in one episode. Intrigued by finding her
father there. Didn’t remember what was
supposed to have happened to him. Oh,
and the phantoms? Definitely creepy.
United States of Al – I really do want to like this
show. And it has the potential to be so
much fun. But I’m just not there
yet. Part of it is because Al makes me
cringe. You just know he is going to
keep sticking his foot in it. That
flashback scene at the end was great. I
would love to see the alternative show where the two couples were living across
the street. That would be a fun
sitcom. Which, I know, is so many
classic sitcoms back in the day.
Wipeout – Talk about a close finish at the end! I was glad to see the legacies win. I liked them, and they had a story worth
rooting for, so I was rooting for them all along. My hat is off to the woman who was out there
doing it afraid of heights. She made it
much further than I would have, that’s for sure.
The Falcon and the Winter Soldier – I feel like I’m the only
one, but I still find this too long and drawn out. Or maybe it’s because I just don’t care
enough about the characters. Are they
trying to do too much? I don’t
know. I’ll finish it out, but it’s not
connect with me.