Bureau’s Breakroom’s Television Table – Week beginning 2022 September 18

The House of the Dragon has their hallway sconces fixed this week as they ‘Light the Way.’  The Handmaid’s Tale gives us a proper description to let us know a rebel outpost is richer by one June and Moira.  Stargirl brings some old school guest stars to find a new suspect for their murder investigation.  On See, we see a siege at the House of Enlightenment.  She Hulk and the Lower Decks, and the Rings of the Power don’t offer us a description, but we get new episodes.

[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 →)]

House of the Dragon – S01E05 – We Light the Way – [No Description Given]

The Handmaid’s Tale – S05E03 – Border – June and Moira join a rebel outpost. As a pregnant widow, Serena tries to restore her status. Aunt Lydia questions her strict methods of dealing with Handmaids.

Andor – S01E01-E03 – Episode 1, 2, and 3 – [No Description Given]

Stargirl: Frenemies – S03E04 – Chapter Four: The Evidence – After one of Sylvester’s plans results in an unexpected outcome, Pat calls upon an old friend for help. Meanwhile, Beth uncovers a new suspect in their murder investigation, and Courtney reaches out to Cameron.

She-Hulk: Attorney at Law – S01E06 – Episode 6 – [No Description Given]

Star Trek: Lower Decks – S03E05 – Episode 5 – [No Description Given]

See – S03E05 – The House of Enlightenment – A standoff at the House of Enlightenment gives way to a bloody siege between Baba’s party and Tormada’s soldiers.

The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power – S01E05 – Episode 5 – [No Description Given]


3 replies on “Bureau’s Breakroom’s Television Table – Week beginning 2022 September 18”

  1. The latest Star Wars spin-off series gets underway this week as well. Given how we first meet Cassian Andor in “Rogue One” I suspect this prequel to a prequel could provide a less than idealistic and more gritty perspective on the early days of the rebellion that could be quite interesting.

      • And yes, it was pretty much what I was expecting; highly dystopian, dark, and definitely not pulling its punches – further proof you don’t need ancient weapons and hocus pocus to make a good Star Wars story. Ultimately, it’s an origin story for a character whose fate we already know (or two, if K-2SO is introduced, which seems quite likely), but given the starting point it’s promising to be quite an interesting journey.

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