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What Did You Watch? 2018-09-13 (Thursday)
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Ubiquitous
2018-09-14 08:30:41 UTC
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While leftists (media and elected) politicized Florence, I watched:

CHARLIE'S ANGELS:
"Caged Angel". When a young woman who is supposed to be in prison is
found dead at the scene of a robbery, the Angels are called in to
investigate. Kris volunteers to enter the prison undercover to find the
thieves. Just how many undercover-in-prison eps has this been? Anyhow,
Kris spends most of her time crying, which is weird b/c she's an ex-cop
and she's been in worse situation while working for Charlie. It turns
out the warden's underling is the leader, who lets them exit and return
unnoticed, and her enforcer is Divine.

SHAHS OF SUNSET:
I barely paid attention to this ep.

What did you watch?
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Ian J. Ball
2018-09-14 13:10:45 UTC
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What did you watch?
soaps: DOOL - Having everybody hemming and hawing about stupid Marlena
is the quickest way to get me to tune out this show. Meanwhile, Hope
once again arrests Ben Weston (they're really doing their best to make
Hope really unlikeable, lately...).
GH - Apparently, I've missed a lot here in just a couple of weeks...
The cops have found the body that Sonny's dad hid in the basement of
Julian's bar (after some kind of gas explosion!!) - hopefully Margaux
will get enough out of this to finally take Sonny down. Stupid Kristina
is now working as a bartender for Julian... and, oddly, Sam seems OK
with it. Robin (Kimberly McCullough looks very "matronly" these
days...) is visiting town and meets with Peter August/Henrik Faison.
Ryan Chamberlain continues to impersonate Dr. Kevin, and NuLulu wants
to write a story about him on the anniversary of Ruan Chamberlain's
murder spree!!

I Am Frankie (recorded) - "I Am... Buggin'" (ep. #2.4 (though the cable
guide calls it #2.5...). Andrew figures out a way to wirelessly
communicate with fellow android Simone, and the two plot to escape for
WARPA.
Sidenote: Why is it that the only android on this show that actually
acts like an "android" is Frankie?! It was one thing when Andrew was
the only "human-like" android on the show, but now Simone is just the
same, which begs the question - why is she so "human-like" as well?!
I'd like this show to answer that question, but I fear I'll be waiting
in vain...
Meanwhile, Frankie and Dayton continue to plan to break Andrew out
from WARPA, while getting distracted by Dayton's various volunteered
extra-curriculars... And, thanks to Makayala and Lucia, Tammy Gilroy
now knows that something is very wrong - it won't be long now until
Tammy figures out that WARPA has been "jacking" her brain!!
Sidenote #2: The show is really missing something without WARPA's
"Agent Smith" from season #1 - I really wish they'd bring that guy
back...

Salvation (recorded) - "Hail Marry" (ep. #2.12). I've gotten to the
point in the second season where I'm actually finding the STOOpid! here
quite enjoyable... ;p
Darius (and Liam and Alycia) scramble to come up with a workable
plan to move the asteroid off course, but nothing is going right!
Harris proposes to Grace, in order to get Grace and Zoe into one of the
government's "survival" bunkers. Later, Liam figures out - and Darius
tells Grace - that the mission to stop the asteroid will be a *suicide
mission*... for Darius!! Finally, Jillian plots her escape from the
COPE compound, but soon discovers a shocking fact that forcers her to
go back in - in order to save a friend!
The revelation at the end about the leader of COPE was even dumber
than my original idea that he was also the leader of RE/SYST (and, I
notice, that possibility still hasn't been ruled out yet, either!!).
Next episode is the "season finale", and there's absolutely NO
chance that they can wrap all of this idiocy up in 43 minutes, so
expect another horrible "cliffhanger" at the end of this season!... >:/

I then watched a rerun of "The Gifted's" "3 x 1" episode, to get back
in the mood of watching this one when it returns in a few weeks...


Recorded for later: I Am Frankie, and Take Two and Shooter (likely
"series finales" for both!!).
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anim8rfsk
2018-09-14 14:14:26 UTC
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Recorded for later: I Am Frankie, and Take Two and Shooter (likely
"series finales" for both!!).
The announcer specifically said "Take Two" was a "season finale"

At least they got a good laugh out of me.
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Jim G.
2018-09-17 23:57:42 UTC
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Salvation (recorded) - "Hail Marry" (ep. #2.12). I've gotten to the
point in the second season where I'm actually finding the STOOpid! here
quite enjoyable... ;p
Darius (and Liam and Alycia) scramble to come up with a workable
plan to move the asteroid off course, but nothing is going right!
Harris proposes to Grace, in order to get Grace and Zoe into one of the
government's "survival" bunkers.
Heh. For values of "survive" equal to "put off dying for a few months of
depressing living."
Post by Ian J. Ball
Later, Liam figures out - and Darius
tells Grace - that the mission to stop the asteroid will be a *suicide
mission*...
We should be so lucky.
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Arthur Lipscomb
2018-09-18 01:15:48 UTC
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Salvation (recorded) - "Hail Marry" (ep. #2.12). I've gotten to the
point in the second season where I'm actually finding the STOOpid! here
quite enjoyable...  ;p
    Darius (and Liam and Alycia) scramble to come up with a workable
plan to move the asteroid off course, but nothing is going right!
Harris proposes to Grace, in order to get Grace and Zoe into one of the
government's "survival" bunkers.
Heh. For values of "survive" equal to "put off dying for a few months of
depressing living."
So things are so bad the economy has completely collapsed and they are
on a barter system. Yet there are still companies building shelters for
other people in exchange for bartered goods? Why do the workers show up
to work? And what remedy do you have if after giving them all your gold
they just don't do the work? Even if they start the work in good faith,
what's to ensure the finish the job if it becomes clear the asteroid is
going to hit?
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Post by Ian J. Ball
Later, Liam figures out - and Darius
tells Grace - that the mission to stop the asteroid will be a *suicide
mission*...
We should be so lucky.
I was a little confused by Darius being so sure he'd be allowed to do
that or anything else. With a new President they can change their mind
and order something different whenever they want and he can't stop them.
anim8rfsk
2018-09-14 14:12:55 UTC
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What Did You Watch? 2018-09-13 (Thursday)
September 14, 2018 at 1:30:41 AM MST
"Caged Angel". When a young woman who is supposed to be in prison is
found dead at the scene of a robbery, the Angels are called in to
investigate. Kris volunteers to enter the prison undercover to find the
thieves. Just how many undercover-in-prison eps has this been? Anyhow,
Kris spends most of her time crying, which is weird b/c she's an ex-cop
and she's been in worse situation while working for Charlie. It turns
out the warden's underling is the leader, who lets them exit and return
unnoticed, and her enforcer is Divine.
Kris sitting around crying when she was *alone* was really, really annoying.
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Ubiquitous
2018-09-14 17:42:34 UTC
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"Caged Angel". When a young woman who is supposed to be in prison is
found dead at the scene of a robbery, the Angels are called in to
investigate. Kris volunteers to enter the prison undercover to find the
thieves. Just how many undercover-in-prison eps has this been? Anyhow,
Kris spends most of her time crying, which is weird b/c she's an ex-cop
and she's been in worse situation while working for Charlie. It turns
out the warden's underling is the leader, who lets them exit and return
unnoticed, and her enforcer is Divine.
Kris sitting around crying when she was *alone* was really, really annoying.
Maybe when she volunteered she was expecting Cybil Danning but dissapointed
about getting Divine?

And that was a minor nitpick compared to the plot holes.
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David Barnett
2018-09-14 22:26:09 UTC
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What did you watch?
On Thursday September 13

CRIMINAL MINDS: The Dance of Love
Gail O'Grady guest stars as 3rd wife of David Rossi (Joe Mantegna)
Unsub leaves red roses on victims - inspired by reality shows?
Jason Gedrick is also a guest star.
Grade B-

800 WORDS
Except for 1 recorded episode, namely 3x13
a binge of our Channel 7's 7Plus streaming service.

This was because of the first 2 Seasons only having 8 episodes each,
and the third season having double that.
I had seen the first 8 episodes but not those from 3x9 on.
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