Sally’s show has a 98% Rotten Tomatoes score! Things for Barry are just rotten.
Just how dark can ‘Barry’ get before we have to stop calling it a comedy?
The season 2 finale of ‘Star Trek: Picard’ highlights all of the show’s flaws.
Not much levity in this week’s episode, ‘limonada,’ as Barry the bad guy demands love by any means necessary.
The whole of Picard’s childhood trauma is revealed, and the Borg Queen finds a new path.
Bill Hader is in the director’s chair for the first episode of season 3, demonstrating equal care with comic and dramatic moments.
A lot of storylines intersect in an episode where not enough happens—though the Borg Queen does acquire a private army.
In an episode entitled ‘Monsters’ James Callis of ‘Battlestar Galactica’ fame shines as a therapist who helps Picard confront his past.
Turning 40 finds Lyonne’s character once again traveling through time, confronting generational trauma, and chasing it all down with a cigarette and a shot of bourbon. It’s slightly less weird, but still irresistible.
The workers of the innie world break out for a one-hour revolution.