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Penn & Teller: Fool Us (season 10)

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{4.5/5} “A lot of people don’t know this but origami is the leading cause of paper cuts.” Penn & Teller: Fool Us season 10, aired in 2023-24 Moxie Jillette, Penn’s son, tries to fool his dad and Teller — in fact, he did fool them because they thought he was in Scotland. Daxien from Taiwan […]

Run the Burbs (season 3)

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{4.5/5} “You remind me of a young me, except with taller hair.” Run the Burbs season 3, aired in 2023 At a community yard sale Camille’s cookbook from her mother accidentally gets sold. Andrew accidentally takes bribes to get people’s kids into summer camp. Andrew and Camille’s doctor retires and they have trouble finding a […]

Away (season 1)

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{5/5} “The three-quarter mark is the hardest part of the journey… You and I are aware of that; we have no idea how it feels. Emma’s 20 million miles from the people she loves.” Away season 1, aired in 2020 Emma is commander of the first mission to Mars, launching from the base on the […]

What If…? (season 2)

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{4.5/5} “You here to help for a change, or just narrate?” — Peggy Carter, to the Watcher What If…? season 2, aired in 2023 When Yondu is killed, Nebula is tasked with getting to the bottom of what he was protecting. When Peter Quill comes to Earth in 1988 with destruction on his mind, a […]

Ahsoka (season 1)

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{4/5} “I have known many Padawans. Your aptitude for the Force would fall short of them all.” Ahsoka season 1, aired in 2023 Ahsoka retrieves a map that shows the location of Grand Admiral Thrawn, and barely gets away before some droids self destruct. Morgan, who Ahsoka captured with Din Djarin’s help, has been broken […]

A Murder at the End of the World

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{5/5} “The thing about getting close on a case is that you actually start to burn. And the only way to put out the fire is to solve it.” A Murder at the End of the World, aired in 2023 Darby and Bill show up at an abandoned house that they think used to belong […]

Scavengers Reign

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{4.5/5} “He messed up. But I’m guessing you dug your heels in when he mentioned the idea instead of, you know, talking to him like a human and getting him to change his mind.” Scavengers Reign, aired in 2023 The crew of the Demeter have landed in escape pods on an unknown planet. A bunch […]

Futurama (season 7)

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{4.5/5} “Well, I never liked going to Omicron Persei 8 anyway. If we want to breathe sulfuric acid and get our heads torn off by giant lizards, we can always go to Gary, Indiana.” Futurama season 7, aired in 2012-13 Bender has a baby robot but doesn’t think he wants to be a farther, until […]

Star Trek: Lower Decks (season 4)

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{5/5} “This ship is outdated and smells like Borg.” — T’Lyn, on the USS Voyager Star Trek: Lower Decks season 4, aired in 2023 When the USS Voyager is being prepared to be a museum the crew of the Cerritos visits and they find it’s still a dangerous place. Mariner, Boimler, and Tendi all get […]

Only Murders in the Building (season 3)

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{5/5} “Ferris Bueller might take a day off but Matthew Broderick does not.” — Matthew Broderick Only Murders in the Building season 3, aired in 2023 Oliver is directing a Broadway play, which Hollywood actor Ben is starring in. His friend Charles is also in it. And he found a great actor he didn’t know […]