Category Archives: Spider-Man

Bureau’s Breakroom’s Television Table – Week beginning 2020 October 25

So if Star Trek: Discovery was so terrifying, who could possibly show up to give it competition for our screen time? The Mandalorian, of course.  Sure, we have some animation, with Spider-Man and his Big Hero 6 buddies from Marvel, their Disney buddies of DuckTales, and that quiet caveman on Primal, but the big action is obviously in live action (or at least in CGI.)

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Bureau’s Breakroom’s Television Table – Week beginning 2020 September 27

It was debatable whether to include the children’s animated shows in this post, since they aren’t discussed often enough to think any Bureaucrats are watching them, but this table gets very small when they are not included, so they are still included.  Besides Spider-Man, the tales of Ducks, and Big Hero 6, we also get the season finale of Raised by Wolves and the further adventures of the dark side of super powered individuals on The Boys.

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Bureau’s Breakroom’s Television Table – Week beginning 2020 June 21

We have a few new options this week, as The Twilight Zone drops season two, and Doom Patrol returns for its second season as well.  Stargirl brings together the entire Justice Society for a Doom/Celestial two punch, but an animated Spider-Man gives us a Venom story to go with the SHIELD Agents’ action in the seventies so we actually have an equal amount of series from the Big Two.  Penny Dreadful spends a night out on the town in LA, while David and Michael finish their homework in Staged.  If you can’t see enjoying any of that, Blindspot has two planefuls of memory eraser to help.

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Bureau’s Breakroom’s Television Table – Week beginning 2020 May 17

The shows are winding down, not just because of that Disease, Corona, but because it’s time for seasons to end.  Though, just like Flash was hurrying up, the endings are happening faster than they had expected.  Before they’re gone, we still have Batwoman fighting a “former hero”, Supergirl turns into a soap opera as everyone has to deal with everyone the swore they would never trust again, and the Legends do Zombie Apocalypse.  Standing alone against the odds, the lone Marvel character is an animated Spider-Man, whose episode is named for the beloved 80s Spider-Man, but is actually just a Groot story.

[ETA:] Stargirl also dropped with her pilot.

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Bureau’s Breakroom’s Television Table – Week beginning 2020 April 19

Still inside?  Good news!  The Flash and the Legends have Defeated Corona and returned, with the Flash bringing the creepiest of assassins, Rag Doll back while the Legends seem to be planning a pastiche of Supernatural.  The anti-penultimate episode of Westworld arrives and the episode descriptions are just outright making fun of the people who are looking for individual episode descriptions.  Zoey listens to a SPRQ Point turf war, which probably will give us West Side Story vibes.  Cosmos gives a bright look at the near future.  Saul gives us season five’s finale.  The Blacklist seeks to help Dembe’s buddy.  If you want some animation, Louie turns 11 on DuckTales and Spider-Man gives some some symbiote shenanigans.

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