January 2018

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Inspired by Black Lightning‘s (Cress Williams) return, a local preacher organizes a march of his congregation through the gang-controlled streets. Apparently the only one who realizes what a dangerous idea this is, as even his wife and daughters join the march, our hero is on the scene to save as many people as possible – although one casualty will hit close to home. Out of costume for most of the episode, the storyline centers mostly around Jefferson Pierce’s family including his younger daughter (China Anne McClain) announcing plans to end her virginity and his older daughter (Nafessa Williams) testing out her new powers and making changes to her personal life as she says farewell to one girlfriend (Shein Mompremier) and meets a potential replacement (Chantal Thuy) with a love of comic books and cosplay.

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Weekend Update: Bailey Gismert – SNL

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The Political Philosophy of Captain America: Civil War – Wisecrack Edition

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A new meta-human (Derek Mears) with the ability to shrink objects ties into fate of Barry‘s (Grant Gustin) new prison pal Big Sir (Bill Goldberg). Not only is the super-villain responsible for the murder which Big Sur is serving a life sentence, but he’s also terrorizing Central City by shrinking objects to add to his collection. And when Cisco (Carlos Valdes) and Ralph (Devon Graye) get in his way they find themselves a fraction of their former selves. Meanwhile, Cecile‘s (Danielle Nicolet) pregnancy triggers some latent meta-human powers giving Joe‘s (Jesse L. Martin) main squeeze temporary mind-reading abilities which cause some friction between the couple.

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Lessons from the Screenplay continues its examination of the three act structure in film by examining how David Fincher‘s The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo breaks those rules.

The Girl with the Dragon Tattoo — Breaking Convention

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Honest Trailers – Transformers: The Last Knight

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Wonder Woman #39 isn’t bad, but it’s certainly far from a must-read. The latest issue is heavy on action featuring Wonder Woman squaring off with the murderous new incarnation of Silver Swan. Every panel of our heroine is in battle with the former friend turned crazy super-villain. Or, to put it more appropriately, playing defense and refusing to fight the tormented girl up until the point that the new villain attacks Diana’s brother Jason.

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After an attack on his life, Morgan Edge (Adrian Pasdar) declares war on Lena (Katie McGrath) who he mistakenly believes is responsible. An attempt on Lena’s life only intensifies tension between the two leading Lena down a rabbit hole starting with rumored Luthor Corp technology and leading straight to Lilian Luthor (Brenda Strong). With the knowledge that Lillian plans to kill Edge, Lena struggles with the choice of standing back and doing nothing or enlisting Kara‘s (Melissa Benoist) help to prevent the death of the man who just tried to murder her. While she makes the right choice, it does lead to an unexpected battle at Edge’s charity event featuring one of Lex Luthor’s most-famous weapons.

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Alexa Bliss: Five Feet Of Fury (WWE Network Collection intro)

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Paws & Chores – Simon’s Cat | STORYTIME

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