So before I head off to work I figured now would be a good time to sit down and talk to ya'll for awhile so I can explain what's coming down the pike for me, the blog, my Youtube channel and what's been going on. Check it out after the break.
We're only a few episodes away from the exposure of Charles DiLaurentis as Big "A" but now a new player has been added to the board and the game has gotten far more interesting than what it originally appeared to be. I'm curious if I'm correct in thinking this but we'll see, let's get to the action.
After the total debauchery of "Digestivo" we now jump 3 years into the future where Will Graham has settled down and married Molly, Hannibal Lecter has been safely put behind bars and the moment I've been waiting for, Francis Dolarhyde has appeared on the scene. Not much has happened in this episode but it's a massive stepping stone to where we're going. Let's get to it.
We're back at it with what seems to be like a nothing episode, in fact most of the episodes up until the reveal of "A" will feel like chewing the fat. But for now, this episode was yet another stepping stone to get us in the right direction of where things need to be going. Not filler but no real major developments, okay so maybe a few. Let's get to the play by play and figure out what's going on.
What on earth can I say about "Digestivo" besides "What the F?" and seriously, "What the F?". Bryan Fuller has taken some liberties with the Hannibal Mythos but this just took the mythos and series in a place so dark and delicious my jaw dropped at almost every revelation. But I'm getting WAY ahead of myself, let's dive into "Digestivo" and embrace the madness.
Good morning, everyone, of course that depends on where you are in the world and in my case it is 5:25am here in Washington (State, not D.C.) and there is LOTS to get to this week that I'll have to cover on the weekend but before I slug off to work, I decided I'd best get my review for "Pretty Little Liars" up and running, a day late and a dollar short, just as it used to be. Not a whole lot of events to recap from the previous episode, except the revelation that "A" has boobs and The Liars now suspect Mona's friend Florida Ev...I mean Leslie Stone as "A", let's dive in and see what happens.
Better late than never, right? Here was are with a review of the latest episode in the "Hannibal" series after the explosive events of the previous episode, Will Graham doing a shooting star press off a train courtesy of Chiyoh and Dr. Lecter getting his ass handed to him by Jack Crawford and The Vergers (specifically Mason) closing in on Hannibal, it was amazing to see what this episode has wrought with the carnage of the previous episode. We have SO much to get to, let's dive in.
And I'm back for review #2 of 3 and this time it's "Hannibal". Before I go on, am I the only one who thinks this season is kinda weird? I don't know, something feels off and I'm not sure what I mean by that. Anyways, let's begin.
With apologizes to everyone, I know I'm late but I was so freakin' tired Tuesday & last night and so very much so looking forward to my day off that I just didn't feel like writing this or my review for "Hannibal" (which if it's not up later today will be up tomorrow). Anyways, with that outta the way. And so last episode, after digging through the trash for Aria's throw away pills, Spencer finally managed to get her hands on some real no foolin' drugs in the form of pot. Of course, this didn't go unnoticed as Ezra caught here and basically told her she's just running from having potentially murdering someone...again. And while The Liars aren't exactly back to where they were, they're okay with each other. We found out that Charles DiLaurentis did indeed exist at one point in time and is allegedly dead and that "A" is potentially a friend of Charles after he had spent time in Radley. Anyways, that's where we were, let's see where we are now.