Marvel’s Cloak and Dagger(s01e03) “Stained Glass”

[Spoilers] Tandy is on the run as Detective O’Reilly closes in on her, but the detective may not be after her for the reasons Tandy thinks. Tyrone is desperate for answers and turns to Evita and her Aunt Clarisse, a Voodoo priestess, for help

The Goldbergs (S04E24) “Graduation Day” (Season Finale)

Review: First of all, apologies for not getting up any Goldbergs reviews in the past few weeks, but here’s my review about the season finale! Since the beginning of this season, a lot of emphasis was put on the fact that Erica is graduating high school and in this episode graduation day is finally coming…

The Middle (S08E23) “Fight or Flight” (Season Finale)

Review: As we saw last week, Axl is graduating college and this episode picks up right after Axl’s graduation party. Frankie and Mike are proud of him, but they are eager to get Axl into a job and out of their house. However, Axl has very different plans in mind for the summer. Kenny offers…

The Middle (S08E22) “The Final Final”

Review: The Hecks’ luck seems to be turning around after the Donahues’ address is painted on their curb by a few Prairie Scouts. Not only do they get all the premium channels and free pizza, the microwave even works without using the hair dryer for the first time in years. And that’s only the beginning….

The Middle (S08E21) “Clear and Present Danger”

The Middle (S08E21) “Clear and Present Danger” Review: After Cindy, who can be a real badass, helps Brick out with a bully, he is determined “to get some of those ‘muscles’” he’s read about, so he won’t have to rely on his girlfriend anymore. He goes to Axl for help, who tries to show him…

The Middle (S08E20) “Adult Swim”

Review: Mike prepares the pool for the summer and wants the kids to use it, but none of them seem interested. He threatens to get rid of it, but it doesn’t motivate the kids to take a swim. Brick doesn’t care about the pool that much, but Sue explains to him that it’s only the…

The Middle (S08E19) “The Confirmation”

Review: This week’s episode, in which Charlie McDermott made his directorial debut, is a continuation of last week’s storyline where Axl and Lexie finally got together. Axl however doesn’t want to make it public yet after all the events that happened with April. Axl and Lexie keep sneaking around, while Brad and Sue try to…