This started off with a bang, with Peggy kicking ass and capturing Dottie before the opening credits even roll. Then Jack, who is still an asshole with a superiority complex sends Peggy off to California to help out Sousa who has been relocated there.
Peggy and Jarvis have the best chemistry, and we finally get to meet his wife who is nothing like I expected.
Reggie Austin plays a new character and possible love interest for Peggy. He's fine as hell so hopefully he comes back as his fate was left up in the air in the final few moments. I like the tie in to Agents of SHIELD as well. This is going to be interesting.
The X Files
Because I'm a spaz, I didn't record the show after the X Files so half my recording was the NFL post game. I had to watch it on Hulu, which I would normally never do because of their excessive ads, but I'm thankful for it.
I like the story so far. I read a few reviews that said they were trying too hard with the call backs to the original series. I expected a Jurassic World type scenario where every other moment had an easter egg but that wasn't the case at all.
I do think David Duchovny was completely phoning it in. He's not unbearably bad, but it's obvious he's not exactly trying.
I also still have a weird crush on Mitch Pileggi. Some things never change.
We can all agree that "Tad" is the douchiest name in existence, right?
So we've only had two episodes since January, Adam Driver hosted, he was great. Ronda Rousey also hosted, but was kept to the background for the most part. She actually wasn't the worst part of her episode like I think a lot were predicting her to be. That honor goes to Selena Gomez's generic singing voice.
Making a Murderer
I binged this show on New Years Eve (and finished all 10 episodes within 3 days because parenting) I cannot stop thinking about this. All I want to do is talk about it and read more, and just rage. It's like you watch this show in five phases.
Phase 1: "...wtf?"
Phase 2: RAGE
Phase 3: semi hope - nope, RAGE
Phase 4: STILL RAGING
Phase 5: ULTIMATE RAGE MODE.
You should watch it if you haven't already.
*Rambling TV is a series where I ramble about what I watched on television this week.*