Bureau’s Breakroom’s Television Table – Week beginning 2022 July 31

Another light week, as Evil has to deal with the kids, Riverdale comes to close, Westworld checks its signal strength, Better Call Saul names the reason most folks are watching the show, Primal tries to free a slave.  Additionally, The Orville finishes it’s best season yet.

[All synopses (and titles) from Trakt.tv below the cut, except when there really aren’t any. (If a show’s synopsis is a spoiler to you, do not click Continue reading →)]

Evil – S03E08 – The Demon of Parenthood – The team responds to reports of possessed toys and electronics originating from a store. David is tasked with retrieving a hidden message that may be the key to saving the prophet Grace Ling.

Riverdale – S06E22 – Chapter One Hundred and Seventeen: Night of the Comet – [Season Finale] Archie and the gang band together to save Riverdale from the greatest threat the town has ever faced.

Westworld – S04E06 – Fidelity – To thine own selves be true.

Better Call Saul – S06E11 – Breaking Bad – The partners escalate their enterprise to new levels.

The Orville: New Horizons – S03E10 – Future Unknown – [Season Finale – No Description Given]

Primal – S2E04 – The Red Mist – Spear and Fang fight to save Mira from the warrior clan who enslaved her.

6 replies on “Bureau’s Breakroom’s Television Table – Week beginning 2022 July 31”

  1. JD DeLuzio says:

    Archie and the gang band together to save Riverdale from the greatest threat the town has ever faced.

    I haven’t been following the show. What happened? Was there an outbreak of good taste?

  2. visionary_coward says:

    The Sandman premieres this week. I believe the whole season will be available.

    • Very correct! It wasn’t on my Watchlist, it is now:

      The Sandman – S01 – The story of Dream, who wakes from a captive slumber of 105 years and sets out to restore the kingdom of the Dreaming, which has fallen into chaos in his absence.

      • JD DeLuzio says:

        If no one else does, I will have a season one review in a week or so. I’m involved with a convention this weekend so the earliest I can start watching Sandman is next week.

        Good episode of Saul. I think there are only two left of the series. It’s too bad they spilled the beans on the cameo appearances, though I suppose everyone was anticipating that since season one.

  3. I am catching up on Evil. I picked up from season two, episode four or five ish. This show is weird, but seems to have just enough of a through-line to keep me interested. There are mountains of weird things that happen that they mention and then…….

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