When we left our intrepid heroes last week, Tyrone was about to go on the run after the police show up trying to pin the Fuchs murder on him. And Tandy? She’s dealing with Scarborough’s assassin. Catch up on the full deep dive recap & review here!
On to our deep dive recap and review of the Season 1 Finale of Marvel’s Cloak & Dagger … after the jump (beware of spoilers)!
Its Fireball Friday which can only mean one thing?!? You need to tune into the Jay and Mike Show’s TVTalk (https://somanyshows.com/sms-on-air) at 9/8c!! You DO NOT want to miss tonight’s show!
Our Top Pick to Watch Tonight — the series premiere of The Killer Closer on ID. Also, a new episode Wynonna Earp on Syfy and a celebrity golf event on TNT, The State Farm Showdown. Fridays in the Summer are rough. See you on TV Talk!
“Strange Bedfellows” (Episode 104)
July 31, 2018
In the last episode of The Outpost, Janzo began to do research on the Plagueling bodies, Gwynn and Talon started a ‘friendship,’ Talon challenged Garret to spar, and Ambassador Dred sent the ‘Bones’ to see if Magmoor’s message is true. If you haven’t caught up on all the action, read my previous recap and review here!
What To Watch Tonight? Well, with Cloak & Dagger being done for the season, Thursdays are a little less bright. But, we still have brand new Queen of the South (Our Top Pick To Watch Tonight!), as well as Snowfall and Shooter.
What To Watch this Wednesday Night? Well, there are several high quality choices to choose from … with the season finale of Reverie (our Top Pick To Watch Tonight – read Kayla’s latest recap here), an all new The Sinner and new Suits – there is a ton to look forward to. Earlier in the night, we have new MasterChef and CMA Fest 2018 airs tonight!
“The Mistress and the Worm” (Episode 103)
July 24, 2018
The last episode of The Outpost ended with Kell turning into a Plagueling after he was bitten, and Talon saving Garret’s life after the Plagueling attacked him. If you haven’t caught up on all the action, read my previous recap and review here!
On to this episode … after the jump (SPOILERS AHEAD!)
Read up on the details on what happened in last week’s Reveriehere!
The biggest shock of last week’s episode, okay, well, I guess there were two big shocks, was first, Mara has been seeing Chris as a derealization and only realized this after she was with program Chris and received a phone call from human Chris and the derealization turned into Ray. WHAT?!?! The second shock was Oliver Hill had the shady security guard steal him a program tablet to only go inside the program and collapse without explanation at a bar. WHAT?!?!?
Oliver Hill saying apertus is where we left off last week and now we will begin with The Key (Spoilers ahead – be warned)!!!!
An EXCELLENT night of TV with new episodes of our Top Pick to Watch Tonight, the season finale of The Bold Type (read Kayla’s latest recap here), The Outpost, the series premiere of the new Jerry O’Connell show, Carter, and new Making It.
Most importantly, on Twitter, at 10p (EST), we’ll be live tweeting our next TWO installments of the LOST Series re-watch with Episodes 19 and 20: “Deus Ex Machina” (LOCKE!!) and “Do No Harm” (JACK!!!)! Follow me on Twitter (@Popcultureview) and tweet along with us! We have to go back!
Better Call Saul
“Smoke” (Episode 401)
August 6, 2018
At the end of Season 3 of Better Call Saul, HHM faced an astronomical increase in malpractice premiums (following Jimmy’s dropping the dime to their insurance carrier about Chuck’s condition). Chuck, recently on the road to recovery and back at work, wanted to fight the increase while Howard, finally having had enough of the Chuck Liability, gives Chuck $3 million (of his own funds) in severance and announces Chuck’s “retirement” to the firm. That night, disgraced and in full mental illness regression, Chuck kicks over a lantern setting his house ablaze.
Elsewhere, Kim, who was burning the candle in 7 different places, fell asleep behind the wheel of her car causing her to crash and break her arm. She was on the way to a client meeting and client files were strewn about the road. Hector Salamanca, after learning that Gus will be handling all smuggling work, as per the big boss (Don Eladio), suffers the heart attack we had been waiting for. Nacho is able to replace his fake heart medication pills for the real ones before the ambulance takes Hector away. Gus witnesses this exchange but says nothing … for now. Jimmy, in a final attempt to rehabilitate Irene with her friends, blows his sweet Sandpiper deal and his status with the senior citizen crowd. And Mike Ehrmantraut? He’s still working for Madrigal.
Oh, and in the future Cinnabon Jimmy (who goes by Gene) passes out while at work in his Omaha Mall Cinnabon.