Kat’s Weekly TV & Movie Recap #24

There’s a monthly recap coming, but I couldn’t resist posting this one first, even though I didn’t watch any movies. I watched a bunch of other stuff though and thought I’d catch you up on everything, because I have THOUGHTS. Let’s dive into it!


Exandria Unlimited: Kymal (two parter)

Look, in my household it’s always “missing Dorian Storm”-hour, so I couldn’t resist checking out this two-parter following Dorian and Cyrus after they parted ways with Bell’s Hells. Can’t say that this one was my favorite, it felt the least acted out and the most difficult to get going. Also, Cyrus felt much more like a himbo than he did in Campaign 3, but oh well, I’ll just roll with it.

Can Dorian come back to the main campaign now? He can bring some of the others, if he wants to, but I just need my blue boy back.

A Familiar Problem: Sprinkle’s Incredible Journey (one-shot)

This was the PERFECT palette cleanser after ExU: Calamity. Where Calamity wrecked my feels and left me on the verge of tears for the rest of the day, this was a pure delight. Yes, Marisha almost cries in the intro for the one-shot, but other than that, it’s just really funny! Well done on this new idea and bringing in some familiar characters. Literally never knew I just needed 3+ hours of Laura and Travis doing the most hilarious voices for the animals they portrayed. Also, ARCHIE! What a hoot!

Stranger Things (Season 4, Vol. 2)

I am UPSET! Yes, the all caps had to come out, because I was in tears.

First things first, I still don’t understand why this season of Stranger Things was split into two parts or should I say volumes? I would have gladly binged it all in one go and no one could have stopped me. As a whole, it was such an excellent season, those kiddos acted their hearts out, but I also knew that I wouldn’t get out of it without losing some of my faves and I was right. My lips are sealed on who lives, who dies, who tells the story, but dang … season 5 is going to a banger, but also make me really sad. Never love anything, they’ll totally take it away.

Yes, I’m being very dramatic right now, but I’m in my feels. This is all still very fresh, but ultimately there’s a lot to look forward to.


Ms. Marvel (Season 1)

As mentioned in my review for last week, I won’t be doing weekly recaps of Ms. Marvel anymore. This has absolutely nothing to do with the quality of the show, but more my schedule and the feeling that I can’t add any great insight into the content. I’ll still do a review of the season as a whole, once it’s released.

As for this week, amazing! As always, it was very fun to watch and I loved the Karachi setting.

Star Trek: Strange New Worlds (Season 1)

At first, I thought this week wouldn’t hit me emotionally, but it did in the end. It was actually really sad and heart-wrenching. I can’t believe there’s only one more episode. I need Spock to end his engagement …

Superman & Lois (Season 2 Finale)

It is FINALLY done. This season of Superman & Lois really dragged and I can’t say that I’m extremely satisfied with the end. I didn’t think that the solution to the overall problem made sense and I sort of, kind of lost my favorite character. So yeah …

The Boys (Season 3)

I’m ALMOST caught up. I haven’t seen this week’s episode, but the social media hype got me back into it. Feels like a good season so far, although I don’t pay too much attention to the explicit/graphic content.

Roswell, New Mexico (Season 4)

The episode literally started with Maria losing someone important to her and yet it’s still barely about her. I’m a Maria DeLuca fangirl and I just want more, because she deserves more.


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No movies this week, sorry.

Did we watch some of the same things or do you plan to? Let’s talk about that!