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Fargo: Somebody to Love Season 3, Episode 10
Gloria follows the money; Nikki plays a game; Emmit learns a lesson about progress from Varga. [more inside]
Dark Matter: It Doesn't Have to Be Like This Season 3, Episode 2
The crew is fulfilling their promise to take the fight to Ryo [more inside]
Star Trek: Voyager: Future's End Rewatch Season 3, Episode 8
This is the time-jump of the starship Voyager. Its 1996 mission: To bring Dolly the Cloned Sheep to the 24th century. To prevent the launch of Fox News Channel. To boldly go and see the Spice Girls live! (Part 1 of 2) [more inside]
Mystery Science Theater 3000: THE DEADLY MANTIS Season 8, Episode 4
"The Most Dangerous Monster That Ever Lived!" "Out Of a Million Years Ago... A Thousand Tons of Terror!" A big bug eats people and destroys things, until someone crashes a jet into it. Weak sauce! I'm just saying, the Giant Claw wouldn't have been undone by a simple jet crash. The episode's got a pretty good reputation! In this week's subplot watch, some bomb-worshipping mutants show up in Deep Ape. This results in the end of one theme (Deep Ape itself) and the beginning of another one (Mike seemingly being unable to keep himself from blowing up planets). Oh also, Pearl finally begins the chase of the S.O.L. promised in the theme song. Episode 804 doesn't appear to be on YouTube. Premiered February 22, 1997. [more inside]
Mystery Science Theater 3000: WIZARDS OF THE LOST KINGDOM II Season 11, Episode 11
"Across the Sea of Dreams... behind the Curtain of Time... lies the land of ultimate fantasy." I bet you weren't looking forward to another visit to the world of last week's movie. Good news, other than the name and executive producer Roger Corman, this movie has nothing to do with the first one! A shepherd who's also a wizard tries to save the world from bad wizards blah blah Tolkien Eddings Brooks. A lot of people think Part 1 was a highlight of the season, but many also think this is a lowlight, so beware guys. A subplot begins in this episode, with Kinga deciding to marry Jonah. And we have another visit from Pearl! Episode 1111 is available on Netflix. [more inside]
Last Week Tonight with John Oliver: The US Coal Industry Season 4, Episode 16
So recently you may have heard these things happening....
- The mistrial in Bill Cosby's sexual assault case, the result of which prompted Cosby to exclaim Fat Albert's catchphrase "Hey hey hey!" while exiting the courtroom, further soiling all of our memories.
- The incredibly unpopular AHCA Take Two, accompanied by a fitting graphic of the GOP logo with a blue skull superimposed with stars for eyes. Of the version passed by the House, Trump (who held a presentation where he celebrated its passing) was quoted as saying it was "mean," the irony entirely lost on him. Its very existence is causing problems in insurance markets, as companies decide if they want to pull out of the current markets or not.
- And Now: Things People's Fathers Used To Say
- Main Story: Coal, coal mining jobs, coal executives, coal mining companies, executives of coal companies, and Donald Trump's fixation on the mineral, discussed divorced of its (tremendous) ecological toll. Eventually the story comes around to involving a giant squirrel.... YouTube (24m)
Idiotsitter: Full Season Season 2 (Full Season)
Idiotsitter returns for Season 2: College [more inside]
Dark Matter: Welcome to the Revolution Season 3, Episode 3
The crew of the Raza intervenes in a dispute between a colony looking to gain its freedom and the corporate security staffers that have been abandoned by their company. Six encounters somebody from his past and makes a decision about his future. On the ship, the Android discovers a walled-off database and the presence behind it. [more inside]
Better Call Saul: Lantern Season 3, Episode 10
Kim takes time off; Jimmy tries to make amends; Nacho gambles with his future; Hamlin pushes Chuck to make a decision. [Official synopsis - season finale]
The Bachelorette: Week 4 Season 13, Episode 4
Rachel takes various men on a blimp, on a boat, and to a spelling bee. Everybody hates Lee.
Star Trek: Voyager: Sacred Ground Rewatch Season 3, Episode 7
First, one must contemplate the Rock of Requirement; next, one must practice the Fingerpainting of Flabbergastation; then, one must undertake the Rockclimbing of Really Radical Requirement; then, one must contemplate the Rock again--sheesh, if this ordeal were any more complicated, it would be a Klingon bachelor party! [more inside]
Silicon Valley: Hooli-con Season 4, Episode 9
Erlich goes on a trip to get his mojo back while the guys head to Hooli-Con, where Jared faces a moral dilemma; Gilfoyle and Dinesh are distracted by Keenan; and Richard becomes obsessed with an ex's new beau.
Twin Peaks: The Return, Part 7 First Watch Season 3, Episode 7
There's a body all right. (description from Showtime)
American Gods: Come To Jesus Books Included Season 1, Episode 8
On the eve of war, Mr. Wednesday must recruit one more Old God: Ostara, ne Easter, Goddess of the Dawn, but winning her over will require making a good impression, and that is where Mr. Nancy comes in. [more inside]
Doctor Who: The Eaters of Light Season 10, Episode 10
A hunt for the lost Ninth Roman Legion leads the Doctor, Bill, and Nardole into the middle of an ancient battle that could cast humanity into the dark forever.
Orphan Black: Clutch of Greed Season 5, Episode 2
Sarah receives a damning ultimatum from Rachel. Donny and Helena visit the hospital.
RuPaul's Drag Race: Reunited Season 9, Episode 13
The queens meet up to discuss the season and spill alllllll the tea. "Miss Congeniality" is crowned.
Fargo: Aporia Season 3, Episode 9
Emmit sits down with Gloria; Nikki negotiates a deal [more inside]
Star Trek: Voyager: Remember Rewatch Season 3, Episode 6
Lt. Torres and Cpt. Janeway gradually grow suspicious of friendly-seeming telepathic aliens who wear grody old dishrags on their foreheads. It's almost as if they have something to hide… [more inside]
Mystery Science Theater 3000: THE MOLE PEOPLE Season 8, Episode 3
"TERRIFYING Monsters From A Lost Age!" Archeologists discover an ancient subterrainian civilization beneath a volcano and, using the awesome power of their mighty FLASHLIGHT, free the titular mole people from their oppression. A weird movie. In the original screenplay the underground girl Adal was supposed to go off with Our Hero, but because that might be seen as an interracial relationship they had her get squashed under a pillar! There's a lot of MST veterans in this movie, particularly John Agar and Hugh Beaumont. This is the episode with The Load, a remarkably burdensome member of the heroic party who exists only to slow them, and the movie, down. YouTube (Official, with annotations! 1h32m) Premiered February 15, 1997. [more inside]