I don’t think anyone could truly be blamed if they spent the majority of their time on social media falling deeper and deeper into a coronavirus like wormhole. Picture that part in Alice In Wonderland where Alice is falling down the hole but instead of it being dirt and mushrooms picture icky coronavirus like vibes falling past her while also sticking to her soul. Good … Continue reading Community- Six Seasons and Netflix
Geeklings, as alluded to on Monday’s Week In Geek, the most wonderful time of the year has arrived. San Diego Comic-Con is here and with it comes an avalanche of pop culture news. Prepare to be crushed under the weight of new trailers, announcements, surprise guests, and so much more. SDCC is the gift that keeps on giving and this weekend’s heat advisory has given me permission to … Continue reading San Diego Comic-Con- Days 1 & 2
Geeklings, a happy Monday to you all! Before we get started on today’s brand new Week In Geek, I just wanted to give you a heads up that there might be some changes in the writing schedule as soon as this week. I started a new job today (yay me!) that has a bit of a further commute which kind of eats into my after work … Continue reading Week In Geek- Prime Sales, A King Returns, & Geek Mecca
Geeklings, I was having one of those great lazy days yesterday. I had taken myself a three day weekend, worked out (which admittedly is not that lazy), continued my Stranger Things re-watch (only two episodes left!), hung out poolside with my family, and was really just enjoying the nothing of it all. Not that these things didn’t matter, they mattered a great deal towards strong mental health, … Continue reading … and A Movie?
Do you ever feel that television networks just don’t care about your feels? I think we’ve all been there. For me, personally, I think NBC can give two shits about my television needs. I know that’s super aggressive but it’s true. They cancelled Hannibal right before Bryan Fuller got to explore the Silence of the Lambs story line, and they cancelled Community the day after my father passed. I’m not … Continue reading When Networks Apologize