Category Archives: Star Wars

Bureau’s Breakroom’s Television Table – Week beginning 2023 January 22

This week looks pretty similar to last week.  First, the Midwifes have to deal with some tummy troubles, and not the baby bump type.  His Dark Materials attempts to lead the dead against the Metatron.  The Bad Batch ends up entombed.  On the Legend of Vox Machina, the group walks away through fire and into Rimecleft.  My Hero Academia tries to help, but doesn’t know the right way to put out the fire.

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Bureau’s Breakroom’s Television Table – Week beginning 2023 January 15

The cold weather has slowed the new episodes coming out, but we get the return of The Legend of Vox Machina.  Hopefully the new series won’t accidentally spoil my DM’s plot, if Wizards of the Coast don’t spoil everything, first.  Speaking of beginnings, the midwives on call reveal some secrets of their own.  His Dark Materials visit the land of the dead.  The Bad Batch, My Hero Acadamia, and The Owl House also drop new episodes, even if details are light.

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Bureau’s Breakroom’s Television Table – Week beginning 2023 January 8

Another light week, as 2023 hasn’t put much on the schedule.  Call the Midwife skips us up to Mayday.  His Dark Materials visits the land of the dead.  The Bad Batch goes it alone, and My Hero Acadamia visits a different underworld.  Any new shows for 2023 that should be on the table that are being missed?

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Bureau’s Breakroom’s Television Table – Week beginning 2023 January 1

Happy New Year!  Get your year started out with some wholesome nurses from Call the Midwife, and we enter their 1968 and the racial tensions included that year.  His Dark Materials tries to fix their Subtle Knife.  The Bad Batch also returns for a second season.  Doom Patrol gives us a sixth episode, without a clue as to its details.  My Hero Academia returns for some infernal travel.

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Bureau’s Breakroom’s Television Table – Week beginning 2022 November 20

A few of last week’s regular shows take the week off, but that doesn’t free up the breakroom’s television.  on Wednesday, Wednesday, daughter from the Addams family, gets her own series.  After you’re through with that, David and Michael return for a third season of StagedLet the Right One In gives us the history for Eleanor.  Andor gives us the season final.  The Titans get inside a man.  Pennyworth ends their season with a wedding.  Star Trek: Prodigy drops another episode, but doesn’t give us any clues as to what to expect.  The Peripheral introduces a doodad.

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Bureau’s Breakroom’s Television Table – Week beginning 2022 November 13

This week, we start off with the Sunday vampires, as Let the Right One In goes stargazing, and Louis changes the nature of his Interview with the Vampire after planning to leave after Mardi Gras. Stargirl has a blast from the past.  American Horror Story finishes out its season, leaving us with some retrospection.  Titans at least us know they’re going for groceries.  Pennyworth gets some new rags.  My Hero Academia has a showdown.  We also get new episodes of Andor, Star Trek: Prodigy, The Peripheral, and The Cuphead Show! returns, but no description on what to expect.

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Bureau’s Breakroom’s Television Table – Week beginning 2022 November 6

This week, our television table starts with Let the Right One In, which makes a solution in the lab, and Interview with the Vampire, which has Lestat and Louis trying to make amends.  The Handmaids find a safe.  Star Girl kills it.  American Horror Story reads the paper on Fire Island.  Titans gets magical and brings in Jinx.  Pennyworth wears red.  Andor and Star Trek: Prodigy gives us nothing to go on.  The Peripheral watches classic Bill Murray movies.  MSt3k takes on a 2022 movie (or a renamed 1966 movie, I couldn’t tell which.)  My Hero Academia walks through a disaster.

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Bureau’s Breakroom’s Television Table – Week beginning 2022 October 30

Happy Samhain 👻 and 🎃 Halloween to all our Bureaucrats!  This week, Let The Right One In celebrates its tenth anniversary with some explosion.  Interview with the Vampire sees Claudia going off to be a Coed, and Louis and Lestat get depressed.  The Handmaid’s Tale prepares for their rescue mission.  Andor keeps his secrets.  Stargirl tries to make amends with everyone right before a massive battle.  American Horror Story reveals the dangerous motives and then are chilled by Patrick’s return.  Pennyworth doesn’t push it.  Titans gives us a new season that starts out with Lex Luthor and Superman requesting a meeting.  The Peripheral hits the Jackpot.  In animation, the kids will be happy with a few more episodes of Miraculous, My Hero Academia, and everyone can enjoy Star Trek: Prodigy.

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Bureau’s Breakroom’s Television Table – Week beginning 2022 October 23

It’s a very happy, full table this week!  Those who weren’t happy with Jodie Whittaker can be happy today as she is leaving the role, and fans can be happy that we get a new episode of Doctor Who.  The kids will be happy, as Miraculous returns for a few episodes from its fifth season. The House of the Dragon’s season hasn’t ended, so watchers can happily meet the Black Queen.  The fang-bangers can be happy with a new episode for both their shows, as Let the Right One In lets the cast learn what else is going on.  Louis and Molloy read Claudia’s diaries in the Interview with a Vampire.  The Handmaid’s Tale give June an opportunity while Serena loses some.  Andor continues to keep its secrets.  Stargirl finishes it’s two parter with a new powerset.  American Horror Story gives us two episodes, no NYPD, and newly rooted evil.  Lower Decks tells us nothing.  Pennyworth does some gardening.  Jonah and the bots watch The Mask, (not the Jim Carey one) in their Mystery Science Theater 3000.

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Bureau’s Breakroom’s Television Table – Week beginning 2022 October 16

This week, we see House of the Dragon get much more eco-friendly.  Let the Right One In lets in a possible cure.  Interview with the Vampire has Louis making profound decisions.  The Handmaid’s Tale goes to No Man’s Land.  Andor picks up after their climactic heist.  Stargirl risks the town after peeping on The Gambler’s laptop.  American Horror Story comes back for two episodes set in New York City.  Star Trek’s Lower Decks gives us a new episode but no details.  Pennyworth takes up rapping.  My Hero Academia also shows us the Inheritance.

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