The Romanoffs – Panorama – Review

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WARNING: THE FOLLOWING REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS.

We’re back to the extended run time again, ugh.

This week’s episode opens with a man, who I believe is Abel (Juan Pablo Castañeda) scrolling aimlessly through Tinder. There is an internal monologue that plays over snapshots of various women around the city. This is an ode to beauty and the simplicities of it, are we more beautiful when we’re unaware of said beauty?

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Single Parents – They Call Me DOCTOR Biscuits! – Review: Hyper-Banquetitis-Phrenia

WARNING: THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS.

Apologies for not getting a review up last week, I was out of town and by the time everything settled down a new episode was airing so I figured I’d just miss a week and jump back in fresh! Though trust me I definitely enjoyed seeing Hannah Simone pop in and I’m hoping she’ll be sticking around for a little while.

Also I definitely squealed last week when we got that admission from Douglas about his crush on Poppy! How cute.

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All American – Lose Yourself – Advance Preview: Car Trouble

WARNING: THIS PREVIEW MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS FOR PREVIOUS EPISODES.

A new episode of All American is finally upon us! In last week’s episode, Jordan visited Crenshaw and he and Spencer had a terrifying brush with a police officer, one that prompted an uncomfortable but necessary conversation between Jordan and his father. On the happier side of things, Olivia and Leila took steps to repair their friendship and the Beverly football team was able to bond in a way they never had before.

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The Gifted – iMprint – Advance Preview: The Frost Sisters’ Past is Revealed

WARNING: THIS PREVIEW MAY CONTAIN SPOILERS FOR PREVIOUS EPISODES.

TITLE: To “imPrint” is to leave a mark or a stamp on some malleable surface. Or in the animal kingdom, it is when offspring come to recognize their parents due to habitual nurturing.

This is relevant to an episode that inspects the past of the Frosts and we learn everything that made them who they are, and all that they lacked. Plus the relationship between Lorna and Dawn is important this week too.

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The Romanoffs – Bright and High Circle – Review

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WARNING: THIS REVIEW CONTAINS SPOILERS.

The latest entry into The Romanoff’s is a difficult one for me to review. On one hand, I enjoyed elements of this episode and found it a strong improvement over last weeks in most aspects.

On the other hand, its central message is murky at best and borderline preachy at worst. It stands for things I’m very much against, namely it authorizes victim-blaming and seems like Matthew Weiner’s thinly veiled criticism of the #MeToo movement and his way of tactlessly trying to shut down the woman who accused him of harassment.

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