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  1. Here is my list of shows I'm currently watching or have finished in 2017. Just starting the final season of Orphan Black so not sure where it will fall but expect in the Great or high Good category. The Great 1. The Leftovers S3 2. The Expanse S2 3. Black Sails S4 4. American Gods S1 5. Sense8 S2 6. The Last Kingdom S2 The Good 7. Fargo S3 8. Sneaky Pete 9. The Good Place S1 10. Agents of Shield S4 11. Brooklyn 99 S4 12. Legion S1 13. The Americans S5 14. The 100 S4 15. Star Wars Rebels Season 4 16. Into the Badlands S2 17. Silicon Valley S4 18. Powerless 19. Humans S2 20. Incorporated The Meh 21. The Magicians S2 22. Ironfist S1 23. Taboo S1 24. The Walking Dead S7 25. Vikings Season 5 26. Timeless S1 27. Victoria season 1
  2. Lucas did write Willow and worked with Howard on it, and Madmartigan has some of the Han Solo swagger. Plus Howard has some Scifi cred with Cocoon and of course working with Mork from Ork.
  3. Kind of a very dark violent Fantasy Island show with Lance Reddick as Ricardo Montalban
  4. The bolded actually has always bothered me about Superman, he's so incredibly strong even as a child how could he work out enough to build such a muscular physique, why isn't he just scrawny, or even overweight as he'd have to push mountains around to even work up a sweat. This may be why I loved the workout scenes when Mr. Incredible was getting back in shape.
  5. Yep, from the departed's point of view 98% of the world population disappeared. That's why Nora said her husband and kids were the lucky ones, their family only lost one member, Nora. They nailed this ending, really enjoyed how it was all worked out.
  6. Yuri's in trouble, he's a talker, using his ongoing spiel about how nasty it was in Mother Russia to confuse and frighten his victims, so a deaf man is kryptonite.
  7. Finished Red Sister by Mark Lawrence. Loved the world setting, and the hints of how absurdly powerful Nona and her friends will become. Now reading The White Company by Arthur Conan Doyle.
  8. Man I really wanted them to have to vote again so we could have another celebration in the Rose Garden after.
  9. Looks like CBS may miss their chance by pushing the release of Discovery to the Fall, Fox is airing their own version of Star Trek, and it won't be behind a paywall. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Yy9sKeCE8V0
  10. I was thinking that his friend was more involved in the peddling of the tainted medicine overseas and Rajan's new desire to stop that practice may be costing his friend a lot of money. Not sure if the investigation Rajan is helping with is also tied to the selling of defective drugs.
  11. So the Smoke monster makes their eyes go black.
  12. Yeah Quinn not finishing off or capturing Sunny after the explosion doesn't make sense. Plus Quinn stabbed Sunny in the side with a sai, which Sunny ignores, but Biaji gets stabbed in the same location with a pair of scissors and seems to die and Veil and Quinn both die from one thrust of the same weapon. It appears that Biaje used the book and compass unlocked a frequency or encoded message that was broadcast from the tower presumably going to Azra, the city MK and maybe all the others with his "gift" originate from. Biaji thinks he is saving the world by sending the message, but we don't know from who or what; the abbots maybe or the Widow or something else.
  13. On it's own, this movie is entertaining, but when you start thinking about in connection to the other Alien movies I don't like how it compresses everything.
  14. Finished the sequel to Too Like the Lightning , Seven Surrenders by Ada Palmer. Just as convoluted and intriguing as the first part. I'm sure I didn't understand everything but thoroughly enjoyed it, want to see how the story continues in the next books, since I can't guess what will happen next. Also read Assassin's Fate by Robin Hobb. Great end to the trilogy and the tales of Fitz and Fool. Really enjoyed Bee's parts as well. Now reading Red Sister by Mark Lawrence.
  15. I can't tell exactly how different they are, new Klingons seem to have the central ridges and foreheads, though not as pronounced , but the main difference is that all the new ones appear to be hairless, so they look a lot different than the more Next Generation looking Klingons with the long hair and beards.