Category Archives: Marvel Cinematic Universe

Bureau’s Breakroom’s Television Table – Week beginning 2022 July 3

The Table is down to only six this week, and descriptions are down to two.  That is only if the short existential poetry of this week’s Westworld a description can be counted as a discription.  Before that Evil takes their show on the road.  Ms. Marvel gives us her fifth episode, and The Orville gives us “Twice in a lifetime” which one could guess is a title for a time-loop episode.  The Boys and Strange New Worlds both end their seasons this week, as well.

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Bureau’s Breakroom’s Television Table – Week beginning 2022 June 26

It’s been busy so I haven’t had much time to get into the breakroom to catch up, but some of this week’s entries are really catching my eye.  First, we get the cast of Evil facing off against a Demon of Sex1.  Riverdale also faces off with the biblical, but it doesn’t sound nearly as much fun.  Westworld returns, however it isn’t giving us any clue what we’ll be getting.  Superman and Lois show the power of the press as the world is ending.  Ms. Marvel doesn’t give us a description or even a title.  The Flash finishes his season in the second half of a fatal finale.  The Orville doubles their Moclan children.  The Boys take a candle to bed.  Star Trek: Strange New Worlds quotes Tolkien at us.  Then, to wrap up the week, Stranger Things wraps up it’s fourth season with two more episodes.

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Bureau’s Breakroom’s Television Table – Week beginning 2022 June 19

Happy Father’s Day to all the Bureaucrat dads and those filling that role!

This week, our first show gives us the Evil of Memes.  Superman and Lois take part in a bizarre war of the worlds.    The Umbrella Academy returns for a third season, which gives us the Sparrow Academy’s story.  Ms. Marvel and Kenobi have episodes before The Flash starts its season finale, finale explaining the Time Sickness.  The Orville gets caught in the rain.  The Boys have a ‘Herogasm’. Star Trek: Strange New Worlds visits a pagan afterlife.  On Mystery Science Theater 3000 bots watch Demon Squad.

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Bureau’s Breakroom’s Television Table – Week beginning 2022 June 12

We are in a post-description era for shows, as of the nine shows that are dropping this week, only two are giving us a description, though we are getting a few titles that might help.  We start with a return of Evil for their third season, where they encounter a Demon of Death.  Riverdale does clue us in that they are going to hold a serial killer convention to catch a serial killer.  The crew of The Orville face a morality paradox and the Boys take a last look on their world of lies (based on their titles.)  Miraculous Ladybug starts season five, Ms. Marvel and Obi-Wan, and Strange New Worlds each have their new episodes, but without any descriptions.  This is understandable because either you’re watching the show even if it were a forty minute test pattern, or you don’t care.  The Flash is happy to tell us what’s going on, as The Flash begins working with the new speedster and Cecile levels up.

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Bureau’s Breakroom’s Television Table – Week beginning 2022 June 5

This week we have a new premier of Marvel’s Ms. Marvel.  Disney has given the character a bit of a glow up, so it seems my hopes of a direct comic translation were a bit of a stretch.  If you prefer the Default Classics, Superman & Lois disagree and that makes them lose.  The Flash leaves the lights off, where he might find The Orville who is also exploring the shadows.  Obi-Wan Kenobi doesn’t give us a description, joining The Boys, Young Justice, and Star Trek: Strange New Worlds that way.  Finally, if you have hang out with the bots, Mystery Science Theater 3000 watches Doctor Mordrid.

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Bureau’s Breakroom’s Television Table – Week beginning 2022 May 1

Happy Beltane or May Day to any who celebrate.  This week, the BBTT is full, but a number of season finales should even everything out next week.  The week kicks off with Riverdale plan to use the fog to overthrow the government and install their own.  Better Call Saul gives us a professional show.  Superman and Lois picks up immediately from last episode.  Naomi goes to prom.  Moon Knight gives us a season finale.  The Flash works as a team.  Star Trek ends Picard’s second season, and launches on a mission to find Strange New Worlds.  Halo gets an inheritance.  Outer Range finishes its season going into the unknown, then sails off into the west.  The Blacklist gets into cosplay.  Then we get two episodes of Mystery Science Theater 3000, watching Santo in the Treasure of Dracula then Robot Wars.

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Bureau’s Breakroom’s Television Table – Week beginning 2022 April 24

Last week we had plenty of time travel shenanigans, and it looks like this week is going to be no different as Riverdale gets into the ‘dig up the past’ action.  Better Call Saul has Nacho questioning loyalties.  Superman isn’t in the past, but into a Bizarro other world.  Naomi also digs into the past, but doesn’t seem to be actually going there.  The Flash has a new rogue.  The Blacklist’s task force gets high.  Moon Knight, Picard, Halo, Young Justice, and Outer Range all have new episodes, but don’t want to spoil us with descriptions.

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