All Stars 4 is going to have to do more than pad out a reveal video to an hour on YouTube if it hopes to out-gay Dynasty as the most gag-worthy show on television.
Although, Elizabeth Gillies and Nicolette Sheridan as guest judges, hmm? I would live.
Get your nostalgia goggles on and prepare to be confused what decade you’re in, as we get the hotly awaited flashback episode where all our main teen cast portray their parents in the 90s, but the show kind of forgets and instead thinks it’s an 80s reference episode.
But the lewks are delish, so it’s okay.
I know, I know. I just said I was on the edge of dumping Legacies, too. But this isn’t for the same reasons.
I want to dump Legacies because it’s a vacant, boring sludge of a show that I can barely muster any excitement for.
With Charmed? Well, Charmed is just a little bit too cute and simple. And you know what? In a world of needlessly grim, “prestige TV” shows, cute and simple isn’t a bad thing.
It’s just a cute and simple thing.
Seeing Jeremy’s cameo reminded me that Matt still hasn’t reappeared since his cameo in the first episode.
Which is the only thing Legacies can make us grateful for.