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I’m at a lose here….

So normally tonight I would do my typical Shadowhunter Shenanigans post, but after last week I think I’m going to hold off. I normally take criticism with a laugh and totally understand people who have their own opinion just like I have my own, but last week a comment was made to my post of the latest Shadowhunters episode and I just didn’t know how to take it. 737 more words

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TV-Show Review: Chef's Table (2015-...)

“I’m uncomfortable with trying to make loud, bold statements. I could to that in the food.”

I always find that food shows or documentaries should always bring something extra to the table besides torturing me with the insane hunger for food that never will touch my tongue. 888 more words

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Event Recap + TV Show Review: Shadowhunters

Okay, this was supposed to go up weeks ago but I got sick on-and-off a couple times and things just got really busy. So sorry for the lateness! 3,903 more words

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Sherlock - Season 1, Ep. 1

If you have not yet watched, Sherlock, starring Benedict Cumberbatch and MartinFreem, then you are missing out! Sherlock is a highly produced BBC show based on Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s stories of  232 more words

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Nurse Jackie - Season 1

Nurse Jackie, starring Edie Falco, is an HBO show that ran for eight seasons. The show takes place in a fictional hospital in New York City and centers around a longtime nurse named Jackie. 171 more words

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'Raising Hell' - 'Shadowhunters' Episode 4 Thoughts

I was greatly anticipating episode four of ‘Shadowhunters’, ‘Raising Hell’, which aired in America on Tuesday evening and on Netflix UK on Wednesday morning. 1,275 more words

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A Sashurai's Review: The X Files - Season 10x03 (I almost made a reaction video to this episode…almost)

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Mulder and Scully track investigate a series of murders suggesting a lizard-man is involved. Through a series of light-hearted calamities and tech-mishaps, Mulder discovers the creature represents the reverse telling of the were mythos and struggles to believe in such an entity after years of dissolving his own conclusions on such matters. 1,334 more words

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