TV Quibbles: Marvel’s Runaways “Hostile” Recap

The time has come for the Runaways to…run away.

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Fighters in Fiction: Steve Harrington

“Faberge. It’s Faberge Organics. The shampoo and the conditioner, then when it’s damp, not wet, damp, you do four puffs of the Farrah Fawcett spray.”

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TV Quibbles: The Walking Dead, “Mercy” Recap

It’s not about just one person anymore.

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Top 6: Halloween Television Specials

Themed episodes of our favorite TV shows put us in the mood to trick-or-treat, dress up, or hide under our blankets. Many of these, despite being kids shows, are creepy in their own right.

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Fighters in Fiction: Hange ZoΓ«

If there’s something you don’t understand, learn to understand it. -Hange Zoe

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TV Quibbles: Into the Badlands, “Fist Like a Bullet”

Why in future, dystopian-like societies do we question whether or not we’re even in the future?

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TV Quibbles: Once Upon a Time, “Nimue”

Once Upon a Time continues to confuse its fans with its nearly impossible to follow timeline.

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TV Quibbles: The Walking Dead, “Now”

Is Glenn alive!???!?!?!Β  Who cares about the rest of the episode, what the hell happened to Glenn?

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Age of Ultron: the Best and the Worst

It was the best of times, it was the worst-okay I’m just going to get straight into it. Age of Ultron could not beat out the first Avengers movie. That spark, that shot of them in the circle ready for the final battle, creating that again is hard. We could see it in Infinity War when more characters are in the story (more characters we’re familiar with at least) but in here, it just wasn’t the same.

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Women in Fiction: Emma Swan

People are going to tell you who you are your whole life. You just gotta punch back and say, “No,Β this is who I am.”

*spoilers, of course*

How would the child of Snow White and Prince Charming turn out? A princess following the rules is what some would assume. In the case of Emma, she turned out far from it.

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