This week the Luss transformation is finally almost complete, and once again Neeva is the only one thinking straight. Rachael and Amberlee are delighted by the appearance of the vampire vampire hunters, and we note Eph’s lack of milk as the mysterious case of the disappearing mother begins to unfold. Gus is in jail, […]
Perverts and Purse Snatchers and Vampires, oh my! This week Rachael and Amberlee are underwhelmed by the eclipse, just like in real life! Rachael is frustrated with Kelly’s characterization and Nora’s lack of character. Amberlee wonders if anyone else watches television on a television. They discuss the fantastic amount of Vasiliy in the episode, […]
In this episode of The Canary Underground everyone is bored with Eldritch Palmer. Seriously, what is this storyline? Was it really necessary to include Palmer in this episode? Surprisingly, Amberlee finds Nora almost interesting, and Rachael doesn’t think the Vampocalypse is an appropriate time to have a leisurely expository breakfast. We debate the merits of eggs […]
In this episode Amberlee and Rachael wonder what exactly Eldritch thought would happen when he made a deal with The Master. Rachael is intrigued by the sassy new hacker, Amberlee is relieved that they didn’t drag out Gertie’s death, and they both ponder whether, in fact, Ann-Marie dug the grave with her face. Meanwhile, […]
Rejoice Canaries, for lo there is narrative structure! In this week’s episode Amberlee marvels at the mere suggestion of character development while Rachael waxes poetic about mirrors. There’s much consternation over the inevitable death of Gertie, and some confusion about the man that Eichorst killed. Meanwhile Vasiliy continues to be awesome.
Rachael and Amberlee reflect on the various merits of “The Box,” namely the introduction of the most dedicated exterminator in Manhatten. They also praise the dialing back of Eph’s douche levels, the pacing compared to the pilot, Emma’s creepiness, and the more subdued version of dearest Bolivar. Once again Nazis are assholes, Gus is […]
Rachael and Amberlee discuss the series premiere of The Strain, “Night Zero.” While generally underwhelming, the pilot provides many interesting points of discussion including but not limited to: the apparent necessity of Corey Stoll’s wig, the importance of a calcium rich diet, predictable characters, comic book villains, uneducated prisoners, Filtch’s amazing batcave, and Nazis. Because of […]
Rachael and Amberlee introduce themselves and explain what you can expect from the show.