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The Sixth Year: American Sigh Story

The Stand S1E9: The Circle Closes

When this episode, the last in The Stand miniseries, opened with a voiceover via Frannie (Odessa Young), telling us that stories usually never end, they just go on in different ways – it downright felt like a threat. Please, please, let this story be over. I’m begging you. I need this.

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The Stand S1E8: The Stand

I’ve been sitting in front of this blank document for at least twenty minutes, and I still don’t know what the hell to say. Let’s do this holistically, alright? Let’s riff, let’s roll, let’s just let the connections form and see what we come up with. First things first: I hate it.

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The X-Files and the Monsters of That Week: The Lost Art of Forehead Sweat

From a strictly monster-of-the-week perspective, season eleven of The X-Files is miraculous.

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The Stand S1E7: The Walk

You know, when Kenneth Branagh ruined my other favourite book, at least he had the decency to get it over and done with in two hours.

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The Stand S1E6: The Vigil

Everything that is happening in this show is wrong.

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Let’s Talk About The Strange World of Online Eating Disorder Communities

(small side note: my next book is available for pre-order right now! Please consider grabbing a copy at a pre-release discount right here!)

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The Stand S1E5: Fear and Loathing in New Vegas

(small side note: my next book is available for pre-order right now! Please consider grabbing a copy at a pre-release discount right here!)

I am going to scream.

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Right Guy, Wrong Time: A #MeToo Love Story Release Announcement and Pre-Orders

It’s time for books!

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The Stand S1E4: House of the Dead

I just don’t understand how they managed to fuck it up this badly.

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