Gunshot fetishes, Slayer’s “Angel of Death,” and a brilliant performance from Carrie Coon highlighted an incredibly strong episode of The Leftovers this week.
Never mess with a man who collects minerals.
NBC wasn’t thrilled.
It’s a wonderful day for the world!
Many brave souls were lost in the worst shark-infested weather catastrophe to hit the Big Apple since The Great White(Shark)out of ’84, so it is in memoriam that we pay tribute…
“Bojack? That’s a beautiful name.”
In addition to being an awesome show, S.O.A. has done a good job featuring gorgeous ladies from different generations, ranging from new-school hotties Winter Ave Zoli and Kristen Renton, to babes of yore Ally Walker and the high priestess of MILF-dom, Katey “Peggy Bundy” Sagal.
Man, prison is so awesome.
Maybe he could do a book where all the characters go on a life-changing road-trip. He could probably crank that out quickly.
Why doesn’t Marvel just tell us the stuff they’re NOT doing?
Turning to the gang for help is definitely not your first resort.
Ain’t no time for bird sex.
The moment we’ve sorta kinda been waiting for.
Ok, maybe you will, but you’re going to have to wait for one episode per week to be released.
If you’re looking for a lawyer, you can probably do better than this guy.
Downside: It leaves you with 27 minutes to kill.
I don’t think it’s gonna be a rom-com.
He admits he doesn’t know what he wants to do with it yet but…”something.”
Where’s my burrito?!
Heavy-handed metaphors were ripe for the picking in last night’s Christmas-themed episode of The Leftovers that was anything but Christmasy.
Good news for people who like to feel troubled and puzzled after watching TV.
He’s probably not even a real captain.
I hope they don’t kill off Homer.
Amazingly well, I might add.
Notice I said “man” and not, “picky seven-year old.”
He’s a man of great taste.
Did anyone make Dave Franco apologize for ‘Bad Neighbors’ before doing this?
Unless Rihanna and Chris Brown do a rendition of “Proud Mary” together, this will probably be pretty underwhelming.
Starring Val Kilmer and Slash. Hopefully.
It’s a mystery.