Let’s just say it wasn’t a good year for good TV on I Just Hate Everything.
But on the plus side, my snipes and swats here will make up for my positive-only movie list.
I will miss the cave raves, though.
I was hoping that Under the Dome would pull a Revenge Season 3 and loudly ignore the shitpile of its second season and return to the triumphant, if middling, survival drama it used to be.
I was wrong.
It’s I Just Hate Everything’s third anniversary.
Aren’t you tired yet?
Why must you linger, foul demon?
Don’t panic. She does die for good in this episode.
Big Jim isn’t as happy about it as I was, evidently.
The only thing less original than that wordplay is this show.
And no, this won’t be the last time (or the first) we see Barbie getting touchy-feely with the super cute Hunter.
Under the Dome may not be exciting, compelling, or make a lick of sense. But at least they’re tossing us so homoerotic subtext.
Easy, peaceful, and a lot like freezing to death.
And we’re back to “random dome peril of the week” territory.
This time, it’s the sheer horror of rapid season change.
But if you’re anything other than an extra, you don’t have to worry. The main character mortality rate is nil.
“And I know everything. Because I’m a dome projection. Sorry to disappoint.”
Angie just be mad that Melanie be movin’ in on her man, gurl.
“You know we can’t deliver, right?”
You know what I would do if I was able to escape a death trap dome nightmare?
Immediately find a way back in.
It looks like Barbie, Pauline, Sam, and Lyle think like I do.
On the outside, he’s more into perky little nerd boys who happen to look like models. As are we all.
Just kidding. Nothing that spectacular could ever happen on this show.
I’ll just have to settle for some lukewarm conspiracy dramz.
Look at Julia. Being a bad influence and shit.
Well well, Under the Dome. Nice to see you finally find some outward momentum.
It only took us 7 episodes.
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