Lately I’ve Been Watching …

*removes helmet and goggles*

Squadron Leader Katie reporting for duty!

I’ve been thinking about reviewing Loki for a while now, but I couldn’t seem to muster the energy for a full post, the way I did for WandaVision and Falcon and the Winter Soldier. There were several other TV shows I wanted to blog about, but again, I didn’t have enough thoughts for a full post on each one. Hence the following collection of mini-reviews. Enjoy!


Loki follows everyone’s favorite god of mischief as he’s arrested by the mysterious Time Variance Authority, or TVA, for alleged “crimes against the Sacred Timeline.” This leads to a delightfully zany romp through time, space, and metaphysics, wrestling with such cosmic questions as “do we have free will?” and “are villains born to make heroes shine brighter?” We also get gender-swapped Lady Loki, which is something I never thought I’d see on a Marvel screen. Bless.

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Oh, boy, did I love this show. I can’t tell you what a relief Loki was to me, especially after suffering through Falcon and the Winter Soldier. It wasn’t trying to be ~macho.~ It wasn’t trying to be ~gritty.~ It wasn’t trying (and failing) to be ~politically relevant.~ (For the record, I’m not somebody who usually complains about “political correctness” in media, and I enjoy many stories with strong political messages, but I don’t appreciate vague, clumsy appeals to emotion masquerading as genuine political discourse. Which is what FatWS gave us. End rant.) No, Loki didn’t repeat any of Falcon’s mistakes. Instead, it followed in WandaVision’s footsteps, focusing on the heart and soul of its characters, while giving them permission to be as wild and weird as need be. After the pilot episode, I posted on social media, “I’m so happy to be back at the emo-goth-theater-kids’ table in the MCU lunchroom,” and that’s honestly how I felt. Watching Loki was like coming home. Home to the land of questionable fashion choices, quirky romances, deep philosophical debates … and sentient alligators, because why not?

Furthermore, Lady Loki, aka Sylvie, is an absolute badass who could kill me and I’d thank her. That scene where she “prunes” herself, not knowing whether she would survive? o.O I ship her with Loki soooooooooooo freaking much, and I will not be accepting criticism of this position at this time.

And I loved the emphasis on free will & freedom of choice, something the TVA aims to rob humans of (has been robbing humans of for quite some time, actually). The idea that Loki was “meant” to be a villain, so any Loki variants who attempted–however tentatively–to redeem themselves, were instantly removed from the timeline? DANG. Y’all didn’t have to go that hard, Marvel, but you did, and I salute you.

The Clone Wars.

If you’re not familiar with the history of The Clone Wars and the overall Star Wars timeline, I … uh … can’t help you, as I know very little about it myself. ๐Ÿ˜› All I can tell you is, Clone Wars takes place before Anakin Skywalker becomes Darth Vader, that is, before Order 66 (where the brainwashed clone troopers were forced to massacre the Jedi). That’s about all I’ve gleaned from watching the first season.

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If it sounds like I’m not absorbing or enjoying the show, I promise, that’s not true!! I really like Clone Wars, but I watch it more for the character interactions than any of the historical stuff. Especially for Rex, Cody, Fives, Echo, and the other clone troopers, who are precious babies who didn’t deserve to be grown in a lab and then programmed as cannon fodder. #clone rights #clones are people too

A lot of the episodes focus mostly on Anakin and Obi-Wan, with the clones as background characters, which is … fine, but not the way I would have written it, since the clones are far more interesting to me than the Jedi. Still, it’s been a fun ride, and I’m looking forward to watching more.

(and to everybody in the comments yelling “iT ENDS TRAGICALLY, SEASON SEVEN WILL RIP YOUR HEART OUT,” yes, yes, I know xD I’m Fully Aware)

The Bad Batch.

I’ve noticed an interesting phenomenon when it comes to Star Wars television shows. Namely: Star Wars TV is really, really personal in a way the movies aren’t necessarily. You’ll see people saying “oh yeah, I liked the sequel trilogy” or “the original trilogy is my favorite,” but Star Wars TV is where fans tend to latch onto ONE individual show and claim it as their own. “This one’s MINE. This is the one that speaks to ME.” I’ve seen friends do this with The Mandalorian. I’ve seen other friends do it with Clone Wars or Rebels. And now it’s my turn with The Bad Batch.

Because I freakin’ love The Bad Batch.

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The easiest way to describe The Bad Batch is if Clone Wars and The Mandalorian had a baby. Basically, you take the side characters from Clone Wars–the clone troopers–and make them the main focus, while giving them a mysterious, powerful orphan to protect.

I like this show better than The Mandalorian for several reasons. First of all, it’s an ensemble cast. You have a squad of defective clones on the run from the Galactic Empire, so they’ve got strong, established relationships, a great “band of brothers” vibe, and a ton of fun banter, instead of the long stretches of silence which characterize The Mandalorian. Second, the “orphan waif” these grizzled soldiers are protecting is not a helpless baby, but a spunky preteen capable of voicing her own opinions and making her own decisions. She’s an active agent in the plot. She’s nobody’s McGuffin. Also, she isn’t Force sensitive, so there’s no question of any Jedi whisking her away to exploit her for “the greater good.” The men of the Bad Batch have fully accepted Omega as their child. They know she belongs with them, and they’re not going to let anybody guilt-trip them into giving her up.

Essentially, this the story of four Anxious Dads (TM) and their sassy, independent daughter, and I’m very here for it.

High School Musical: The Musical: The Series.

What a mouthful, huh? High School Musical: The Musical: The Series is a Disney+ show that springboards off the old High School Musical film trilogy. It’s not a straight-up reboot, though. Rather than recycling the plot of the old movies, this show follows a new generation of high school theater kids as they attempt to stage a production of–you guessed it–High School Musical. But when the “wrong” guy is cast for the coveted part of Troy Bolton, shenanigans ensue. Heads roll. Hearts are broken. It’s honestly quite entertaining.

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When asked, I’ve been telling people, “This show is fluff, but it does a really good job of being fluff.” That about sums it up. The stakes are low, but the angst and passion run high. Yet somehow, it’s never (well, almost never ;)) irritating to watch a gaggle of fifteen- and sixteen-year-olds lose their marbles over stuff that doesn’t even matter. They care an awful lot, you know? And that’s better than not caring at all.

I appreciate the nuanced character development, too. These kids are never cardboard cutouts or one-note stereotypes. They’re always more than that “one thing.” They’re always surprising me. We’ve gotten several lovely redemption arcs, multiple healthy, supportive friendships, and quite a few cute, shippable romances. And–*crosses fingers with tentative optimism*–the one relationship I really DON’T approve of APPEARS, by the end of Season Two, to be broken up for good.

Leverage: Redemption.

Leverage: Redemption is a reboot of the 2010s TNT show Leverage. Like the original, it stars a team of criminals who use shady tactics to take down corrupt billionaires whom the law can’t (or won’t) touch.

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Of all the shows on this list, Leverage: Redemption is the one I have the least positive feelings about. This makes me sad, because I loved the original so very, very much. So why aren’t I enjoying the reboot?

Well, Leverage: Redemption is missing two of its original characters, mastermind Nate Ford and hacker Alec Hardison. Nate was eliminated because his actor, Timothy Hutton, faces sexual assault allegations. Hardison was cut because his actor, Aldis Hodge, was busy with other projects. (He appears in the first two episodes of the reboot, then conveniently disappears, leaving his old buddies on their own.)

Ultimately, this is what’s wrong with the reboot. You’ve slashed two key characters, brought in two new characters who simply can’t match them in charisma or energy, then tried to recreate the same “team vibe” that made the original so special. The old Leverage depended heavily on the chemistry between its five main cast members. It was, without exaggeration, one of the greatest found-family stories ever to appear on television. You can’t just … change that … and then try to carry the story forward as if nothing happened.

I understand that circumstances beyond the showrunners’ control have deprived them of Nate and Hardison. But without Nate and Hardison, I don’t think Leverage still works.

So, yeah.

The Chosen, Season 2.

The first multi-season TV show about the life of Jesus ever produced, The Chosen just released its second season, which I gulped down like water in the desert. Good stuff, y’all. Real good stuff.

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I’ve blogged before about why I think more Christians should watch this show, and I recently talked about Season Two’s honest, sensitive treatment of addiction, mental health, and faith. Mary Magdalen’s character arc was STELLAR, but she wasn’t the only disciple who underwent a dramatic, yet wholly believable transformation this season. Simon Peter shedding his toxic, selfish, aggressive behavior–mmmmmm, we love to see it. Becoming the leader Jesus always knew he was meant to be? *CHEF’S KISS* And Matthew! My precious boy! He’s so much more confident now!

If I had to pick an absolute favorite episode, I’d have to settle on Episode Four, the healing by the pool of Siloam. That entire saga … just … bone-chilling.

“The day I see you stand on your own two feet is the day I will know the Messiah has come.”

I don’t think I ever fully grasped what the promise of the Messiah meant to the Jewish people until I watched this episode. It was just one of those whoa moments. Mind = properly blown. I love The Chosen.

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Well, I hope you enjoyed this little peek into the TV shows I’ve watched lately! What have you been watching, friends?

Let’s chat!

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  1. I always love reading about what people have been watching recently.
    The Clone Wars is really good from what I remember (it’s been a few years since I’ve seen it)….and I have not seen any of the others, but I do want to see Loki and Leverage: Redemption at some point and mayyybe High School Musical: The Musical: The Series (I was not a fan of the original movies, but I’d be willing to try it).
    Recently I’ve mostly been watching Doctor Who, which I absolutely love, and re-watching Parks and Rec, which I also love, and watching Pretty Little Liars, which I have very mixed feelings about (like, I love it but I also hate it and I’m intrigued by the mystery and annoyed by how illogical it is).

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    1. Glad you enjoyed the post!

      High School Musical: The Musical: The Series is pretty much its own thing, new characters, new plot, new conflicts. So you don’t have to like the original story. You DO need to enjoy the general “vibe” of high school theater kids being super overdramatic about their show and their roles and their songs, but that’s a separate matter. ๐Ÿ˜‰

      Doctor Who and Parks & Rec! Two of my all-time favorites โค

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  2. Still haven’t started Loki, so I skipped that section of the post. I can’t remember exactly where I left off on Clone Wars, season 2 or 3 (I renew Disney+ off and on, but I think my dad has it (he had it concurrently with me, and didn’t know it . . .) so I might see if I can get his password. I really enjoyed them, they add an depth to the Mandalorian, as Rebels will do to I suspect once I get to those.

    Right now I’ve been watching Community (planning on skipping season 4 and ending in season 5 when they start losing the good main characters).

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    1. Clone Wars has been pretty awesome so far. And The Bad Batch is STELLAR.

      Ugh, yeah, Community got pretty lackluster after Season 3. But the first three seasons had sooooooooo much good content. The paintball episodes! *chef’s kiss*


    *cries* The acting is so fantastic and the music is HAUNTING and I love how deep and heavy it is but also so lighthearted and over the top and โœจdramaticโœจ and Loki’s character is just AMAZING and goddamnit I did not expect a genderbent Loki but now that we have Sylvie I am just in LOVE
    Apologies for the terrible punctuation and grammar in the last sentence. I think it conveys how much I adore this series very aptly, though. XD!

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      I didn’t expect to see genderbent Loki either, but now that she’s here I don’t know how I ever lived without her!! SYLVIE IS AWESOME. Also I know some people are complaining about the Loki/Sylvie ship, fine, to each their own, but you can pry Loki/Sylvie out of my cold, dead hands. I just love them so so so much.

      This entire show is just punk and weird and crazy in the very best way, and I can’t wait for Season Two!!!

      (And I gotta give a shout-out to Mobius for being a Good, Soft Boi)

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  4. LOKIIII!!!! I am so happy you loved it to. I ADORED IT!!!!! SO SO MUCH. It was so quirky and fun and twisty and and and *clutches heart* JUST SO DANG GOOD. I’m also ECSTATIC to see someone else on the Loki/Sylvie ship! I was surprised after watching the show seeing a lot of people all upset over this ship and just ??? I thought they were FANTASTIC together. I mean, let’s be real, the only person Loki will ever love like this is himself, so OF COURSE we fell in love with Sylvie. Come on now. XD It’s hilarious and adorable and I am all over it. I am so pleased I am not alone in this! IT WAS JUST A GOOD SHOW OKAY. I am a happy Marvel bean.

    I recently got through all of The Clone Wars myself! It wasn’t my favorite show BUT it helped me understand so much of the Star Wars lore that I never got. (Confession: I’ve never been a huge Star Wars fun I KNOOOW.) I also LOVED getting a better understanding of the clones. The show does focus a lot on Ahsoka, Anakin, and Obi-Wan, but there are definitely plenty of clone-centric episodes to look forward to!

    ALSO THE BAD BATCH. Okay but THAT one I am absolutely loving! Found family, ensemble casts, bromances, and Tough Dudes Caring for Children, are like my top favorite tropes, so putting them all together? I AM HERE FOR IT. I am thoroughly enjoying it!

    SO. Leverage is like one of my top favorite shows of all time, and has been for years. I was both excited and wary about Redemption and…I actually quite liked it! Not nearly as much as Leverage proper, but they didn’t totally ruin everything for me, and it still has that fun Leverage vibe that I so love. It’s by nooo means perfect, but it’s better than I feared, so there’s that. Although not having Hardison, who is one of my FAVES, was definitely a blow *sniffles*

    And I’ve been meaning to watch The Chosen since it came out and still haven’ and I don’t know why I haven’t made time for this show! *slaps self* I MUST DO THIS.

    A show I’ve been watching which I think you’ll approve of is She-Ra! My sister loves it and I remember you raving about it as well, so I’ve finally given it a try and OH. MY. GOODNESS. Somehow help me because I’ve fallen into this fandom and can’t get out. IT’S SO GOOD. I had no idea this sparkly little animated show would steal my heart and soul but HERE WE ARE. I’m nearing the end of season 4 and will be SO SAD when I’ve watched it all. My word, it’s such a good show! So thank you for mentioning it before! Between yours and my sister’s influences, I now have a new favorite show! ๐Ÿ˜€

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    1. No ma’am! You are not alone at all! ๐Ÿ˜€ I SHIP SYLKI SO HARD! (I recently discovered the ship name “Sylki” and I’m immensely pleased with it, as it makes me think of selkies.) I know right!!! Sure, everybody has different opinions, but I’m slightly baffled why anybody would oppose Loki/Sylvie–like, did you NOT want to see Loki fall in love with himself??? Were you NOT rooting for a Loki/Lady Loki romance from Day One?? Okay then ๐Ÿ˜›

      Ahaha, no judgment here! I’m a big Star Wars fan myself, but I’m never super into lore or history or worldbuilding, and I feel like a lot of Clone Wars //is// worldbuilding, which makes it … not my favorite thing. But still, the clones themselves are excellent, and I love them dearly. โค

      Whiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiich is why I adore The Bad Batch! Putting a squad of clones front & center, and letting them adopt a wee child?? *SWOONS*

      Boo to losing Hardison. Not fair, I say. Not fair at all!

      Eeeek! You're gonna LOVE The Chosen!! Oh man, you have such a treat ahead of you!


      *falls over* *faints* *revives*

      Oh, Christine, I'm so excited!!! I'm so glad you're loving it!!! I really do think it's a very YOU show–so many amazing female characters, who get to be pink and sparkly and glittery and flowery and fierce and tough and reckless and messy and complicated and loving and loyal, all at once, in no particular order! AND SEASONS FOUR AND FIVE ARE SO EPIC AND YOU'RE ABOUT TO BE BLOWN AWAY, AHHHHHHHHHHHHHH

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  5. I love reading your thoughts on pretty much anything, but especially on Loki because I love it a lot too (: I haven’t seen FatWS and likely won’t anytime soon, but I watched the first episode of WandaVision the other day and thought it was hilariously disturbing. I hope I can see the whole season in the near future.

    Anyway, about Loki, YES to everything you said! (Out of curiosity, do you ever share your social media handle(s) online? I would love to follow you if we happen to be on any of the same sites!)

    And The Chosen… um. What are your thoughts on how the second season has diverged more and more from the Bible? I don’t find it to be theologically offensive (at least not more than season one, lol), but I dislike how so many of the scenes are found nowhere in the Bible. *shrug* It’s still a good TV show, but no longer one of my very favorites. (Also I’ve only seen five or six episodes of season two, so I don’t really have an opinion on the later episodes, seeing as I haven’t watched them. Perhaps I’ll revise my thoughts later. But I didn’t find episode… five, right? the one where Mary leaves? … to be annoying at all, and I’m very confused why it’s controversial. Like, people mess up and go back into their lives of sin all. the. time. and I’m glad a Christian TV show is presenting that.)

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    1. Aw thank you, buddy! I always love reading your thoughts, too!

      “Hilariously disturbing” is the absolute best description of WandaVision I’ve ever seen. Like YES. That’s exactly what it was, my weirdly cute horror-romance story. xD

      Oh, yeah, sure!! So I go by “Katie Hanna” on Facebook and Goodreads, and “katiehannaauthor” on Instagram. I can’t actually post anything to Instagram, though, because I don’t have the right kind of phone to download the app *sad face*. But I love following people on Insta and seeing what they’re up to!

      Ahhhhh, The Chosen. *nods sagely and prepares to discuss*

      So, I definitely agree with you that the second season HAS included more and more material (both plot-wise and character-motivation-wise) that’s not from the actual Gospels. I don’t have a //problem// with that per se, because it’s kind of what I expected? Since they’re going to do seven seasons, there’s not enough material in the Bible for them to flesh out the characters and their backgrounds and stuff UNLESS they make a bunch of things up and go off their own speculations. So I’m okay with it story-wise; however, I do find myself needing a reminder every so often that this is a heavily, heavily fictionalized account. It’s the subjective impressions of a group of modern-day storytellers. So whenever one of the disciples in the show does something that ticks me off (Simon Peter *COUGH*), I have to remind myself that he’s a fictional character, not the actual Simon Peter of the Gospels … Even though Simon in the Gospels makes plenty of selfish, impulsive choices in his own right, there’s still a big difference between the things //we know// he did, and the things The Chosen’s writers speculate //he might// have done. Which is something I personally need to be mindful of whilst watching.

      I guess what I’m saying is, I appreciate the work the writers are doing to show flawed characters following Jesus, because I know the real-life disciples WERE flawed and imperfect … but I also realize there’s a gap between the fictional characters and the real people (who are always gonna be a mystery to us, since in most cases the Bible says so little about them.)

      Right!!! People mess up all the time!!! It should be normal and fine for Christian stories to talk about that!!! Yup, it was Episode Five. ‘Twas a wild time to be a member of the fandom. ๐Ÿ˜‰

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    2. I don’t think Season 2 has diverged any more from the Bible than season 1 did. Nowhere in the Bible does it say Simon Peter was going to betray his friends to get off on his taxes, nor that Matthew was working for the Romans as anything more than a tax collector (or had autism), or that Nicodemus was involved in trying to cure Mary M. from demonic possession, etc, etc. It’s a good show, IMO, because it humanizes all of these people, makes them relatable, and gives them back stories so they aren’t just shallow cut-outs from history. But it’s never been 100% accurate.

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      1. Hmm, I guess that’s true. I’ll have to wait and see where Season Two (and the later seasons) go before forming my actual opinion. It’s true that there are a lot of fictionalized elements in season one, but they are all working to explain or add to something Biblical — the conversions of those particular characters — and make their actions afterward believable considering their pasts. Perhaps season two is doing the same thing for different characters, but it hasn’t felt that way to me.

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      2. I think Dallas and the writers have a big picture in mind, and it’s hard to see it when you’re close to it (watching individual episodes) — but everything is moving in a particular direction; I think with Simon the Zealot, for example, he’s setting up the cultural expectations of the time that Jesus would be a violent insurrectionist. Most people who haven’t studied the context *around* scripture don’t really know who the Zealots were — but they certainly know after seeing him planning to assassinate high-ranking Roman officials! I think the writers are giving people a feel for what it was to live in that time period, and what they expected from Jesus, which is why I like that one episode where they stand around talking about how this isn’t going the way I thought; he’s doing nothing that I thought he would do! Jesus blew their minds, at the time, because everything he said to do is 100% against human nature and the cultural expectations of the time. (Still is.)

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      3. That’s a good point. The Chosen has always been a subjective, fictionalized account about fictional characters. I do think Season 2 has spent comparatively more TIME on subplots and arcs that weren’t in the Gospels, so it felt a little different … and I expect the writers to keep doing that going forward, because they need material if they’re going to fill up five more seasons.

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      4. Well, they had to introduce a LOT of disciples so they focused on figuring out how to do that, integrating them, giving them back stories, and tying them around various events, etc., more than on straight up events, but they do include numerous instances of scriptural miracles (casting out the demons, healing the man beside the pool, Jesus’ visit to Samaria, and that man being the obvious inspiration for the Good Samaritan parable, etc) so it was all good, but it went by rather fast. I wanted to spend more time with each of them. I really LOVE the subplot they did to introduce Simon the Zealot, though. Most casual Bible readers don’t really KNOW or think about what being a Zealot was all about — they were violent insurrectionists, so for people to “get” that through Simon Z. is important. Overall, they did a great job.

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  6. I am so happy you ship Loki and Sylvie. LITERALLY. All of my friends have been giving me smack for “shipping self-cest” AND I AM OVER IT. It’s such a beautiful romance can I get an amen?? I๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿฝam๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿฝso๐Ÿ‘๐Ÿฝhappyyyyyy๐Ÿฅณ๐Ÿฅณ๐Ÿฅณ๐Ÿฅณ๐Ÿฅณ!!!

    Also CLONE WARS AND BAD BATCH *blows through a trumpet to make a fanfare* I am so in love with these shows. Clone Wars was my ultimate favorite Star Wars show (and I’m so glad you’re going through for the first time) and Bad Batch did such a great job kinda picking up where Clone Wars left off. I AM SO GLAD YOU LOVE THESE. Star Wars’s recent theme of big hyper-masculine strong man becomes DADโ„ข to a smol, fierce space child. It’s just perfection??

    And big yes about The Chosen season 2. I absolutely loved how Season 2 ended AND NoW wE HaVE JuDaS? I’m not ready to get emotionally attached to him and then cry when the show ends. I’m not READY KATIE. *cries*. He looks like he’ll be such a great Judas, and the interview I saw with him and Dallas confirmed he’ll be perfect in the role.

    Ooh, and I started watching Shadow and Bone. ๐Ÿ˜Ž๐Ÿ‘Œ๐Ÿฅณ

    (p.s. I will respond to our google hangouts chat today. I know I’ve been a miserable ghost ๐Ÿ˜ฉ๐Ÿ˜ฉ)

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    1. “Self-cest”???? What will the kids come up with next??? THAT’S NOT A REAL WORD. Plus, it’s fantasy. Y’all thinking about it too hard. ๐Ÿ˜› Just sit back, relax, and don’t bore me with an ethical treatise about the moral pros and cons of dating an alternate version of yourself from another dimension. xD

      The Clone Wars is an impressive achievement! I can see why it’s such a fan favorite! *whispers* It’s probably never going to be my favorite because of its heavy focus on lore and worldbuilding, plus the relatively little screentime the clones get, but still, it’s a GOOD show and I’m glad to be watching it! Meanwhile, THE BAD BATCH HAS MY WHOLE HEART AND IS MY FAVORITE THING CURRENTLY ON TELEVISION. *hugs my new Space Dads* *sniffles quietly*

      Eeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeek! Yeah, the whole Judas business is gonna be A Ride. I’m nervous. These Chosen writers are just too dang good at their job. Not fair at all. ๐Ÿ˜›

      No, no worries!! It’s all good! Remember, I’m the slow one when it comes to replying to messages ๐Ÿ˜‰ Anytime we get to talk is fine with me! โค

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  7. Wasn’t a fan of Loki, but I did appreciate him singing and speaking Latin. So I had a few things I enjoyed. Glad you liked it though. I’ve only seen a few episodes of Leverage, but I’m sad the reboot is a disappointment.


    1. Aw, I’m sorry you didn’t enjoy Loki overall! The Latin was very cool though, I agree. ๐Ÿ˜‰

      Yeahhhhhhhhhhhhhhh. I’m just … I don’t understand why the writers thought they could go ahead and try to re-create essentially the same show, the same dynamic, WITH TWO OF THE MOST IMPORTANT CHARACTERS MISSING. That’s not going to work! Couldn’t they have seen that from the beginning??


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