We are covering, It’s very easy to be dismissive of celebrity culture, even while recognizing the hard work and dedication – well, in, 9-1-1: Lone Star season 1, episode 10 recap – “Austin, We Have A Problem”, The Playbook: A Coach’s Rules for Life review – a solid, if brief, limited series, The Third Day episode 2 recap – “Saturday — The Son”, Jack Whitehall: Travels with My Father Season 4 review – taking on Australia, The Bay of Silence review — a poorly misguided #MeToo thriller, A White, White Day review — Sigurðsson is chillingly good, 9-1-1: Lone Star season 1, episode 9 recap – “Awakening”, The Virtues Recap: Stephen Graham Is Indescribably Good In His Trek Through A Haunted Past, Harley Quinn season 2, episode 9 recap – “Bachelorette”, ‘Titans’ Episode 5 – “Together” | Netflix TV Recap, Dragon’s Dogma season 1, episode 7 recap – the ending explained, Minecraft Dungeons review – Mojang’s spritely dungeon crawler strikes a vein, Maneater review – something to get your teeth into, Batman: the Three Jokers #1 review – a shining light in the comic book world right now, Ted Lasso season 1, episode 8 recap – what happened in “The Diamond Dogs”. Luckily, T.K. The opening, during which T.K. But she’s alive, which is what counts, even if she’s quite clearly schizophrenic and believes that some kind of nebulous group requires her to live in a tent under the freeway. If the events at the firehouse occurred, by the show’s own admission, five minutes prior to this, and the 126 had to stop to help Chuck et al. It’s weird because things we’ve been building towards for eight prior episodes just kind of happen in this one, and thanks to the various consequences of a violent solar storm, which stretch from a hipster juice bar to outer space, there isn’t a lot of time to really focus on any individual characters or ideas. This recap of 9-1-1: Lone Star Season 1, Episode 5, “Studs”, contains spoilers. and Carlos look to be okay, Michelle and Iris have a picnic, and Strand takes Buttercup out for a stroll. Yellowstone Season 3 Finale Recap Episode 10 — Is Beth dead? This is where he wants to be, and this is what he wants to do — and Carlos, it seems, is who he wants to be with while he’s doing it. and Carlos (Rafael Silva) to the rescue. But the third doesn’t quite go to plan. Michelle is also at the 126 and confides in Strand about Iris, who gives her some sage advice. apparently not wanting to be a firefighter anymore. I’m getting so used to this show now that a gender-reveal party in which a man gets set on fire seems pretty mundane. This recap of Netflix anime Dragon’s Dogma season 1, episode 7, “Pride” — the ending explained — contains significant spoilers. Michelle (Liv Tyler), volunteering at the homeless camp, sees the problem too — a giant flock of birds passes overhead, and one of them thuds onto the bonnet of her van. No matter — we get something else. You can check out our thoughts on the previous episode by clicking these words . Paul takes Josie out bowling for more extremely on-the-nose dialogue: When recounting how her ex-boyfriend used to rag on her for being a tomboy, she says, “You can’t help who you are.” She seems very understanding, so Paul decides to tell her the truth — but we’ll get to that in a minute. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam.