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Last week saw more twists and turns. We lost another agent (can we start a #koeniglives trend? It’s worked before) and Skye discovered the truth about Ward. Unfortunately, she’s now alone on the bus with him. The rest of the … Continue reading
It sounds to be like we’ve got one last fun episode of Castle left before the season is over, and that episode is on Monday night. We’re going into the world of extreme sports The mystery revolves around an up-and-coming … Continue reading
Very interesting episode last week on Once Upon a Time. Finally, Regina is going forward with Robin Hood. We learned how Zelena intends to break the laws of magic to change the past. However, that scenes I loved the most … Continue reading
Last week’s episode was not the most action-packed episode. The focus seemed to be more on setting up the final four episodes. But, for critics who felt like there needed to be more Easter eggs (a criticism that I never … Continue reading