Nanette

Wow, this performance. We don’t even know what to call it. It’s billed at stand-up comedy, but it’s not quite that. Maybe it’s a one-person show? Performance art? Whatever genre you want to call it, this one-hour special on Netflix is mind-blowing. See it. We’ll tell you why.

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The 100: S4E13

Praimfaya is here! It’s the last episode of Season 4 of The 100, which means it’s also our last installment in our special series. We discuss the new dynamics between characters, what this episode lacked, and what might be in store for the next season.

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The 100: S4E9

In “DNR,” episode 4×9 of The 100, Clarke tries to lead all the Grounders, Roan says not so fast, and a battle to the death gets set up. Along the way Raven, Jasper, and Harper decide they’d rather die than live in a bunker, and Octavia tries her hand a farming. It’s a fantastic episode that seems to be setting up even more fantastic things to come. Have a listen while we break it down!

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Game of Thrones: Top 5 moments from season six

I know, I know–we’ve already had an episode on Game of Thrones. But for a television show this rich, there’s so much more to say! And, Season 6 of Game of Thrones might just be Blythe’s favorite season of television ever. Long awaited reunions, revenge on a massive scale, diplomacy, and some adorable flirting–this season packs it in, offering an emotional viewing experience that spans from desperation to satisfaction

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The 100 – S4E8

We agree that this episode is the best of the season so far, setting up brilliant and exciting stories to follow. The ending might have been a bit predictable, but was utterly satisfying anyway as Clarke does what’s right (perhaps foolishly). Jaha’s off on another pilgrimage to save the world through religion, and no one seems to be stopping him, proving that we never really learn from the past. And Jasper’s just interested in drugs and dancing–and really, who can blame him?

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