We probably should have seen the writing on the wall back when we learned that The Office would be leaving Netflix at the end of 2020. There’s no way that a year that ends with The Office leaving the streaming network that gave the show a second drink life could possibly be good. And it wasn’t. Pandemic. Quarantine. Awaiting the results of murder hornets. Fires. … Continue reading The Office- How Peacock Plans To Hold The Show Hostage Until You Pay
Before the pandemic hit it seemed like we were well on our way to more Stranger Things awesomeness sooner rather than later. A short teaser showed us that Hopper was indeed The American, and here I thought that was George Clooney, and was apart of a Russian chain gang. The scripts had been written and ready to roll. Production had begun aaaannnnd then #pandemic. Much … Continue reading Stranger Things- Season Four Is Not the End
Like many of you, there were a ton of movies that were on my hit list this year. From Black Widow to find out just how John Cena is related to Dominic Toretto, I had a lot of movie plans that I was excited for. You know the drill, getting there early, eating all the popcorn during the trailers, getting hyped on what’s happening on … Continue reading Watch Mulan On Disney+ But It’s Going To Cost You
Geeklings, today feels like a good day. Well, mostly a good day. My vacation ended yesterday and I’m back at work wearing real people clothes instead of spending my day in the pool reading. Oh, and it’s testicle levels of hot out which is uncomfortable in a second-floor apartment that only has one air-condition. And it’s Monday which means this is just the start of … Continue reading Week In Geek- Back To the Umbrella Academy, Emmy Nominations, & A Witcher Prequel?
San Diego Comic-Con has always been a bucket list item for yours truly. Kind of like the Mecca of Geekdom for me. A great pilgrimage where I would travel across the country in an attempt to make it into the fabled Hall H so I can geek out with thousands of friends I’ve never met. Geeklings, this is the dream and I like to believe … Continue reading The Year We Comic-Con From Home
I woke up this morning feeling kind of “blegh”. It’s easy to blame that as a case of the Mondays, I would go so far as to argue that most of us feel “blegh” when waking up Monday morning. The weekend has just ended. You’ve got a whole work week ahead of you. Maybe you spent two hours of your life watching Six Underground on Netflix … Continue reading Week In Geek- Last of Us 2 (Finally!), A New Star Wars Video Game, & Mmmm Bacon… Kevin Bacon
You know, when the pandemic hit one of my first thoughts was, “man, I’m going to get so much writing done for the site”. Well, this is following all thoughts and concerns about my friends and family, safety, work situation, and how will I find toilet paper and masks. After all that though, it was one of my first thoughts. I had this idea that … Continue reading Writing During the Pandemic