For fuck’s sake, only five more episodes to go.
Dear God, just let it end.
And the fact that Sydney is still here, and now part of some kind of revamped A Team (the AD Team, I suppose?), isn’t even the stupidest thing about this episode.
Alison being impregnated with Emily’s egg isn’t even the stupidest thing about this episode.
I don’t know if I can go six more rounds with PLL, you guys.
I’m rough on Pretty Little Liars. A lot.
But I feel like I can’t overstate just how amazingly pathetic this episode is.
The phrase “has become a parody of itself” is often thrown around with too much abandon. But trust me, PLL has motherfucking earned it.
What a shocking waste of a show.
Did Pretty Little Liars watch an episode of Banshee and think “Yes, some of that?
But it’s Blaine, so defying Shirley not only works out okay, it actually works out better.
I gotta give Glee points for trying to do something to spice up the pedestrian, obligatory Christmas episode.
But then I’m taking those points right back because they set it a year in the past, in an alternate universe, and Kurt hooks up with a hot dude.
It was a worth a shot, guys.
Can Once Upon a Time really keep getting better?
According to this episode, the answer to that question is “yes.”
But Henry is back to being the most important character evar again, so I’ve still got something to complain about.
ABC watches out for me.
Sometimes I like to run across a low profile, modestly budgeted horror movie and allow myself to watch it with an open mind.
Occasionally, it pays off.
But not all the time.
I’m happy to report that American Mary is more pay-off than pay-out (because I’m not gonna be spending a lot of time “paying it out?” You get it. It’s wordplay. Don’t scowl at me).