Halloween has passed us by and nobody cares about Stranger Things season two anymore. Sorry, its unfortunate but true. Get over it you nerds.
As we gear up for the holiday season let us reflect on some of our favorite TV stories of yesteryear!
Remember all of your favorite Thanksgiving memories with your incredibly white, straight friends???
Or perhaps when it was revamped with your not-as-100% white, straight friends???
All of this will serve simply as a distraction till December 15th, when the greatest television event of our lifetimes will take place:
So let us all gather and talk about our favorite tv shows and such!BE MERRY OR I'LL BEAT YOU UP!!!
I liked it, but the episode with Every Squad From a Shitty Cyberpunk Novel was dumb.
I'll finish season two, but my general reaction to most of that show is a tolerant sigh
Clooney is starring in and directing a Catch-22 miniseries
Six episodes, where it's airing is not announced yet
I call them the Millar Mods
They said it's got 3 more seasons tops. Hence the spinoff attempt
He was a pretty full character for
And I completely believed him when he freaked out. He was really amazing to watch.
I don't know what he wants in life, I don't know who he has a crush on or what his unique interests are, I can't find any of those details in my mind
He's real good at freaking out though for sure
He's like 11 so I don't think he knows either and that's pretty early for crushes and he's interested in art, he's real good at it.
But I agree they remove him from the storyline way too often.
Wait, is that considered early for crushes?
My first crush on a real human girl was in kindergarten, but even before that I was crushing on TV/movie girls like Alex Mack and uh Ariel
anyway, the show's treatment of Will was a big step up from last year, but I'm gonna need him to never be the victim again, it can be someone else's turn
Or no one's
He's the Healer. You see how the group kind of cracks when he isn't there in season one. Like they're all friends with Will and not as much each other. He also takes on burdens for the group that maybe he shouldn't. Luckily he has some kind of powers that help him do crazy shit and survive.
Wait, starring? He's way too old to play Yossarian.
I'm not saying he has to have one, I'm just pointing out my perception of Will lacking material that fills him out as a character
i can't disagree with this
He invented a machine that turns him into a cooler version of himself?
That machine is
D3 Steam #TeamTangent STO
how many times have they canonically tried to murder him
this is important for an urkel
More of an Urkel in theme not literal adaptation.
Fan favorite that starts to become a cartoon and threatens to sink the show.
Urkel elevates Family Matters.
Dunno why it bills starring (probably because he's technically an antagonist?) but they have him down for Colonel Cathcart, not Yossarian.
Oh okay, that makes way more sense