The Walking Dead
I wasn't crazy about a lot of this episode, so it had a few bright spots. Carol and Rick being on the same page. Drunk Abe, lots of Aaron, but since TWD fandom is one of the most dramatic, a lot of that bullshit weighs the episode down. Whatever. Carol on.
Better Call Saul
This show really knows how to build, don't they? I can't wait for next week's episode. I love that they're getting more into Saul/Jimmy and Mike's relationship now. And that advertisement with the jello was genious
Agents of SHIELD
Raina turned into this crazy porcupine, and that makes her face more bearable for me. (She's gorgeous, but Raina is so smug)
I loved Fitz being there for Skye, at first I thought he was really angry, but him protecting her like that was wonderful. Now get him and Simmons back together in the lab please.
May is such a badass. I love her more and more with each episode.
And oh my God, Kyle McLachlan is one of the worst actors I've ever seen. Someone kill his character now.
The Last Man On Earth
Will Forte takes Tom Hanks' volleyball from Cast Away and brings it to a whole other level. He has an army of balls he talks to. This show was kind of amusing, and I would probably do some of the things he was doing if I was the last person on earth.
Bowling balls into lamps, I mean. Not cutting a hole in a diving board and using a pool as a giant toilet.
19 Kids and Counting
My favorite part about this episode was them pretending that John David is an actual cop. He isn't. He was elected constable, so he basically does the easy stuff while the rest of the real police do the real job. Still, I guess TLC thinks this is "comedy" with Jim Bob totally disrespecting his son by not listening, buying donuts (har har har GET IT!??!!) then acting like a total douche. Then he practically whores him out by saying "he's single and not courting." What's the matter boob, not getting a lot of courtship applications?