And we’re back! Yep, Vikings is broadcast on the same night as Riverdale so it’s taking pride of place for the time being (since I’m not the only one reviewing it in our house) and Riverdale recaps are going to be shifting to Friday instead (and hey, in case you want something to fill the gap between recaps, I published a super fun, meta-commentary lesbian romance earlier this week!). And, well, frankly I’m glad to have had the extra day to give this episode some thought because it was…a lot.
What does a post-Ragnar world look like for Vikings? It’s a question I’ve been asking since his death three-quarters of the way into last season, and one that the show hasn’t really offered a definitive answer to until the double-header that opens it’s latest season.
It’s that time of the month again – no, not that one, where I manifest evil powers because I’m bleeding out my vag. It’s time for another Carrie recap! We left off last time with Sue setting up for the prom with her friends and discussing the fact that she encouraged her boyfriend, Tommy, to take Carrie to the prom with him.
Since Riverdale is taking a week off and I have a space in my blog schedule, I thought it was about time I indulged in another round of TV Characters I Would Fight (and certainly win against, because how could they possibly inflict any hurt on their favourite blogger?). Without further ado, let’s talk about the characters I would kick the crap out of given the chance!
Hello, Guignoleers (does that work? It doesn’t. I’ll come up with something better soon, I promise)! I know most of you are around here for the relentless TV snark and shouting at Stephen King books, and I thank you for that, but what if I told you I wrote books of my own? And what if I told you that one of those books was coming out in a week’s time?