November 20, 2018

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Watch Doctor Who Online: Season 11 Episode 7

Who was trying to communicate with the Doctor? On Doctor Who Season 11 Episode 7, mysterious messages started to pop up everywhere the Doctor went, so she rounded up her team to go on another mission. Watch Doctor Who Season 11 Episode 7 Online The destination was a warehouse moon orbiting Kandoka, and the home of the galaxy's largest retailer, Kerblam. Graham, Yaz, and Ryan tried to learn everything about this new place before they touched down, but there were a lot of shockers thrown in along the way. Use the video above to watch Doctor Who online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: 19 Times the Enemy Was Closer Than We Knew Catch up on all your favorite shows and reviews and join in the conversations with other fanatics who love TV as much as you.

Watch Supergirl Online: Season 4 Episode 6

Did Thanksgiving bring everyone together? That was the plan on Supergirl Season 4 Episode 6 when Kara continued to sulk following her heated debate with Ben Lockwood about the anti-alien sentiment coursing through National City. Watch Supergirl Season 4 Episode 6 Online Meanwhile, James and Lena continued to duke it out over the best way to handle the Children of Liberty, and both had differing views on the matter. Also, Alex was at odds with Brainy over how to deal with the latest threat, Use the video above to watch Supergirl online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: DC TV Photos: Caitlin's Father Returns, Laurel Saves Oliver and More! Catch up on all your favorite shows and reviews and join in the conversations with other fanatics who love TV as much as you.

Watch God Friended Me Online: Season 1 Episode 8

How do you help someone who's already dead? That was the big question on God Friended Me Season 1 Episode 8 when the "God" account sent Miles the profile of a lawyer who died six months ago. Watch God Friended Me Season 1 Episode 8 Online Struggling to find out the purpose of the information, Cara and Rakesh looked to the man's past for meaning. Meanwhile, Miles took Nia on a date, but it only highlighted the differences between them. Also, Rakesh and Lucy learned shocking details about the person who was running the "God" account. Use the video above to watch God Friended Me online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: 18 Brilliant (and Scary) Computer Hackers on TV Shows Catch up on all your favorite shows and reviews and join in the conversations with other fanatics who love TV as much as you.

Watch Family Guy Online: Season 17 Episode 7

Did Meg make the family proud? On Family Guy Season 17 Episode 7, the odd sibling out made it on to the U.S. Olympic team as a biathlete and got to compete in the Winter Olympics. Watch Family Guy Season 17 Episode 7 Online With her newfound fame, it also came with a nice dose of confidence and Stewie set out to know her off her pedestal. The youngster decided it would be fun to become an ice skater. Use the video above to watch Family Guy online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: Fox Cheat Sheet: Lethal Weapon Is Likely Dead Catch up on all your favorite shows and reviews and join in the conversations with other fanatics who love TV as much as you.

Watch The Simpsons Online: Season 30 Episode 7

Did Marge get the job of her dreams? The Simpson matriarch set out to find a job on The Simpsons Season 30 Episode 7, and she stumbled into becoming a plastic food storage container-selling drag queen. Watch The Simpsons Season 30 Episode 7 Online However, her family was not impressed by the sudden change in her demeanor. Meanwhile, Lisa tried to make the world better in the style of Amelie but found herself at odds with those closest to her. Use the video above to watch The Simpsons online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: 15 Spinoffs That Outshined The Original Series Catch up on all your favorite shows and reviews and join in the conversations with other fanatics who love TV as much as you.

Watch NCIS: Los Angeles Online: Season 10 Episode 8

Was the future of the team in jeopardy? That's what Callen worried about on NCIS: Los Angeles Season 10 Episode 8 when Deputy Director Ochua volunteered the NCIS team with a covert operation tied to a terrorist group advocating for the extreme military force. Watch NCIS: Los Angeles Season 10 Episode 8 Online With the fate of the team uncertain, the characters tried to complete the mission in a quick manner. However, things took a turn when one of the team members were put in a compromising position. Use the video above to watch NCIS: Los Angeles online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: CBS Cheat Sheet: Is Criminal Minds Really in Danger?! Catch up on all your favorite shows and reviews and join in the conversations with other fanatics who love TV as much as you.

Watch The Real Housewives of Atlanta Online: Season 11 Episode 3

Did Eva and Porsha go too far? On The Real Housewives of Atlanta Season 11 Episode 3, the two BFFs hit the gym and started trashing one of their co-stars, but comments got back to the person. Watch The Real Housewives of Atlanta Season 11 Episode 3 Online Meanwhile, Kandi got closer to her old friend Shamari DeVoe from music group, Blaque, but it became clear there was drama in the past. Also, Gregg stunned Nene with shocking news about his illness, but did it force her to cut her comedy tour short? Use the video above to watch The Real Housewives online right here via TV Fanatic. View Slideshow: 42 TV Celebrities Who've Spent Time in the Slammer Catch up on all your favorite shows and reviews and join in the conversations with other fanatics who love TV as much as you.

Charmed (2018) Season 1 Episode 6 Review: Kappa Spirit

Sororities are like, so totally bitchin, right?! At least, that's what Charmed (2018) Season 1 Episode 6 wanted us to believe. Or, I think that's what they wanted us to believe. It's not that the episode wasn't enjoyable. It may have been Charmed's best episode to date. However the incessant need to drill the feminist agenda into viewers minds? It's getting pretty annoying. Like, what's their damage, you know? Related: Charmed (2018) Season 1 Episode 5 Review: Other Women Don't get me wrong. I'm a feminist, and a show led by three strong female leads of color is always something I'll sign up for. I understand the desire to use a platform to break through the Hollywood glass ceiling. But there are ways to let your point be known without shoving it into your audience's faces. When you stop letting actions speak louder the words and instead air on the side of exposition with every message you try and send, your dialogue gets clunky and you end up alienating more people than you draw in. In my review for Charmed (2018) Season 1 Episode 5, I spoke about how lovely the writers depicted feminism, by exemplifying it through the actions of a specific character. There was no overuse of socially conscious verbiage. Instead, it was a subtle point on the power of women supporting women via character action and reaction. The message landed beautifully. "Kappa Spirit" takes two steps back in this aspect. Instead of showing us through character action, the episode decides to drill the idea that sororities aren't airheaded, haze-filled bitch fests through the mouthpieces of multiple characters. Throughout the entire Kappa storyline, characters continuously preach to Mel about how fantastic and supportive sororities truly are. Both Maggie and Jenna insist that Kappa isn't about bullying, hazing, or negativity. That the sisters of Kappa house would never act so shamelessly. Instead, they blame everything on wine cooler loving ghost, Brenda. Except here's the problem with that. Even if Brenda was a horrible person, that doesn't make Jenna embarrassing her in front of the entire college campus acceptable. And it has absolutely nothing to do with Lucy pouring an entire pitcher of mojito on Maggie's head when she was trying to apologize. At the end of the day, Kappa sisters may not be killers, but they aren't angels, either. And if the show is trying to prove that pledging a sorority is a healthy, happy and fun thing to do in 2018? They need to make their message a lot more streamlined. Because from where I was sitting, Mel was making a whole lot of sense, and I'd take the Vera-Vaughn sisterhood over the Kappa one any day. Beyond the Greek Life propaganda, the episode did manage to make some notable improvements, especially in regards to story structure. Things are finally starting to slow down, and the plots of each episode are bei..

Doctor Who Season 11 Episode 7 Review: Kerblam!

For a kinder, lighter, more intuitive Doctor era, Doctor Who Season 11 Episode 7 continues an odd trend that leads Team T.A.R.D.I.S. into adventures involving more casualties than I'm used to in the Who-verse. Related: Get Britbox via Prime Video Channels for the biggest streaming collection of TV from BBC & ITV...ever. We're seven episodes in and there have been significant (ie. named characters) deaths in all but two and that's only because Krasko on Doctor Who Season 11 Episode 3 COULDN'T kill people. Maybe I've gone soft with all the seasons of "oh-no-she's-dead-oh-wait-she's-not-really-in-fact-she's-functionally-immortal-now" shenanigans. Real death just feels so at odds with an adventuring team that can time-travel. The comparison between the galactic retailer Kerblam! and our own globally ubiquitous Amazon is pretty obvious. With the IRL proposal of delivery by drone, it doesn't seem all that fantastical to predict teleporting robot delivery men, does it? Furthermore, the threat of near-total automation of people jobs is just as likely a scenario nowadays. So where was the innovation in this episode? How did it manage to throw a new twist on an old sci-fi trope? Because, by any measure of surprise, this was an off-the-scales shocker of a show. Jarvis Slade: How would you like a warning for insubordination? The Doctor: I'd love one. I could add it to my collection. Permalink: I'd love one. I could add it to my collection. Added: November 18, 2018 First off, I seriously cannot be the only person who suspected this was going to go all Cyberman on us. With all the bobble-headed, glowy-eyed Teammates standing around, it smacked of upgrading from the moment they entered the complex and definitely leaned that way with the bio scans and "group loop" ankle monitors. So, there was a solid red herring off the start. Then, there was the suspicious executive management staff. Judy was so awkwardly chatty and easily fooled. Jarvis was such an obvious jerk. It was of singular interest to watch the characters develop as the plot thickened. Judy became more responsive and, dare I say, human as her interactions with the team became more intense. The fact she knew Charlie's name endeared her to me the way no HR director has ever done and I absolutely loved watching her rip the head off that Teammate. More red herring scenes with Jarvis built him up more as a villain. Loading a weapon, watching the team on Teammate cameras, and keeping secret files (albeit in a filing cabinet in plain sight) really pointed to him as an antagonist. Related: 19 Times the Enemy Was Closer Than We Knew So it was a neat reveal when he turned out to be a half-decent administrator, concerned about the employee disappearances just ineffective in creating any sort of plan of action. As for that first scene where he belittles Kira? Still a giant jerk with a clipboard. The Doctor: I&#0..

God Friended Me Season 1 Episode 8 Review: Matthew 621

How do you help a dead guy? That's what Miles, Cara, and Rakesh tried to figure out on God Friended Me Season 1 Episode 8. The God account could have easily suggested Alfie Collins instead of the late Sal, but there wouldn't be any mystery about that, nor would our trio of detectives find all the breadcrumbs that made this story so worthwhile. Like Miles said, "you never know where a good story might go." The God account led them to Sal's estate sale where they found the picture of him and young Alfie with "Matthew 6:21" written on the back. Though they initially thought it was a bible verse, Cara's sleuthing skills revealed that Matthew was the name of Sal's boat, and "621" was the combination to safe harboring a book written by Sal about all the things he wished he could have said to his stepson, Alfie. Miles: They send me a friend suggestion when I'm talking about them, they're probably listening to us right now. Nia: Yeah, it's 2018. Our phones are listening to all of us. Permalink: Yeah, it's 2018. Our phones are listening to all of us. Added: November 18, 2018 There is never a shortage of feel-good moments on God Friended Me, and I think it's because, at the end of the day, despite whatever case they are dealing with, the show is about family. The God account has mended Miles' broken family and now, he's set out to mend other broken families. While I like to pride myself on seeing the outcome before it happens, I did not see any of this coming. Related: God Friended Me: Violett Beane Teases What's Ahead for Miles and Cara I never expected pregnant Blair from the elevator incident to be tied to Alfie, but I knew that there had to be more to her story considering the God account doesn't have simple suggestions. The realization that Blair was actually carrying Alfie's child was jaw-dropping. And the realization that Alfie distanced himself because he feared he'd be a bad father to the baby was probably the most emotional moment of the whole series. Alfie's fear is understandable, but as someone who has personal experience with a terrible father, I can attest that the lesson is knowing what kind of parent you shouldn't be. Miles nailed the elevator pitch on multiple occasions, but urging Alfie to go to the hospital by saying, "or you can wait thirty years to write a book about how you wish you had," drove his point home perfectly. Some people just need a push in the right direction, and Miles is there to give them that push. We're only eight episodes in but Miles has a strong grasp on how the God account works, and it's awesome to see how committed he is to it. When you grow up thinking a parent didn't love you, it kind of becomes a part of who you are. I used the pain just like Alfie did to motivate myself, prove myself. Cara Permalink: When you grow up thinking a parent didn't love..
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