Sansa Snark: Game of Thrones Season 8, Episode 1

Previously, on recapping Game of Thrones… Wow, it’s been almost two years. How’s everyone been? Me, I’m more or less the same, only I have a bit of a mustache going at the moment. Pretty cool, huh? Oh, also, Jon Snow was revealed to be a Targaryen, only he doesn’t know that yet, so he inadvertently had sex with his aunt, Daenerys. Heh, Jon thought she was just a strong, powerful, beautiful woman who intimidated and challenged him in ways he enjoyed. Nope! Sorry. Aunt. Also, the Night King has an ice dragon and blew a big hole in The Wall. Seems like that’s going to be a thing. This week, on Sansa Snark…

Season 8, Episode 1: Winterfell

Bold move, naming the episode after the location where we spend the most time. Actually, it’s more of a book move, where chapters are titled after whose perspective the narration is from. All of which is to say: UNORIGINAL AND SAD!

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Jeremy Reviews Subway Ads: ‘SMILF’

The New York City subway system is lousy with advertisements. This is one of them:

SMILF, a show about a single mom trying to navigate the many trials and tribulations of single motherhood. It’s created by and starring Frankie Shaw.

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Jeremy Reviews Subway Ads: ‘Dragon Ball Super: Broly’

The New York City subway system is lousy with advertisements. This is one of them:

Dragon Ball Super: Broly, the latest feature-length film in the greater Dragon Ball universe, and the first done in the Dragon Ball Super timeline, or lineage, or whatever. See, as I understand it, while Dragon Ball Super is an anime that features a lot of the same characters, it is a wholly different series from the likes of say Dragon Ball, Dragon Ball Z, ReBoot or Garfield. Let it be known: I LOVE AND COMPLETELY, ABSOLUTELY, 100% KNOW AND RESPECT ALL OF THE ANIMES (pronounced ah-knee-mays.)

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Jeremy Reviews Subway Ads: Halloween

The New York City subway system is lousy with advertisements. This is one of them:

Halloween, a new entry into the storied horror franchise, in which Michael Myers returns home again 40 years later to wreak havoc, again. You would think — due to this being like the 35th Halloween movie — that that should read “wreak havoc, again again again…” etc., etc., so on and so forth. But, this Halloween is actually a direct sequel to Halloween that ignores everything else in the Halloween series, including Halloween. Following? Good. Continue reading “Jeremy Reviews Subway Ads: Halloween”