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Kim’s Convenience (season 4)

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{4.5/5} “Why you read this book? I already on page 20 and there’s still no murder.” — Mr. Kim Kim’s Convenience season 4, aired in 2020 Raj cancelled his wedding because he’s in love with Janet, and now Janet’s not sure what she wants. Jung and Kimchee have a burst pipe emergency in their apartment, […]

Vivarium

Posted by Dave Switzer under Reviews of movies

{4.5/5} “You’re a mystery and I’m going to solve you.” Vivarium, released in 2019 Gemma and Tom are looking to buy a house. When they go to the real estate office, a guy named Martin tells them all about a new subdivision called Yonder. They aren’t expecting to buy a house there but they take […]

Other TV shows I’ve watched lately

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Here are some TV shows I’ve watched lately without watching every single episode. {4.5/5} The Daily Show Trevor Noah continues to host. He tells you what the deal is with the unimaginable president. He interviews such people as Malala Yousafzai, Joe Morton, Patty Jenkins, Ilhan Omar, Bernie Sanders, Greta Thunberg, and Oprah Winfrey. He also […]

Star Trek: TNG — The Last Stand

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{4.5/5} “We’ve been seeing the Krann only as wanderers, as rootless transients. We’ve been thinking that Krann society must have been affected in any number of bad ways by their ceaseless traveling. We forgot that the Krann live here. They’re used to being transients — except that they don’t think of themselves as that.” Star […]

Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance (season 1)

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{4.5/5} “Upset balance. Seek life eternal. Bah! Everything grows old. Everything passes on. Hm. All, it seems, but Aughra. Ah, Aughra born old.” The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance season 1, aired in 2019 Aughra entrusted the Crystal of Truth to the Skeksis in return for an orrery that she can use to travel the […]

Star Trek: Titan — Absent Enemies

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{4.5/5} “It was one more occupational hazard of travel by transporter. Yes, beaming had no harmful effects on the body. But human lungs weren’t accustomed to dramatic changes in the temperature and composition of consecutive breaths.” Star Trek: Titan — Absent Enemies by John Jackson Miller, published in 2014 Captain Christine Vale and the Titan […]

Star Trek: TNG — The Stuff of Dreams

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{4.5/5} “Frankly, I didn’t want Enterprise to be a part of this. I told Starfleet that your personal experience with the nexus might cloud your judgment. But Command felt your insight would be valuable. I have operational authority here, Picard. I’ve made my decision and Starfleet has authorized it.” Star Trek: TNG — The Stuff […]

Star Trek: Shadow of the Machine

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{4.5/5} “There’ll always be a neural parasite or a V’Ger entity for us to deal with, but they only serve to remind us how important Starfleet is. We extend the hand of friendship on behalf of the Federation to everyone we meet. It’s who we are.” Star Trek: Shadow of the Machine by Scott Harrison, […]

Star Trek: TNG — Mirror Broken

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{4.5/5} “The Empire’s resources are strained to the breaking point. Without some different kinds of thinking, I don’t know how much longer Earth can hold out. We’re going to have to start making our own new opportunities.” Star Trek: TNG — Mirror Broken by David Tipton & Scott Tipton, published in 2018 Star Trek: TNG […]

Star Trek: Strange New Worlds II

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{4.5/5} “Regarded in hushed circles as the ultimate temporal demon, Captain Kirk had apparently made a career of instilling ulcers in DTI agents up to, including, and after his death. That he should also be the man credited with finding the most sophisticated and powerful time-travel apparatus in history had made him the bane of […]