Category Archives: Star Wars

Bureau’s Breakroom’s Television Table – Week beginning 2022 October 2

As we enter the spookiest month of the year, we also get a returning tale of a batty butler, as Pennyworth opens its third season with three episodes.  It joins House of the Dragon, Andor, She-Hulk, Star Trek: Lower Decks, and Rings of Power is leaving us wondering what the episodes will be about.  The Handmaid’s plot is that June and Luke take a trip as Serena starts a new job.  Stargirl is neglecting her job at the JSA,  In See, the bombs start blowing as Tormada and Siberth attack Pennsa.

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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.

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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 29

We have a strange new list as the previous seasons shows are disappearing and we’re joined by some new one.  Did you finish Stranger Things?  I didn’t yet.  I did catch Strange New Worlds, just in time for pon farr and a throwback episode.  Riverdale considers a labor union.  Superman and Lois pick up with their big reveal.  Obi-Wan gives us a third episode and The Boys show up with three episodes, but no descriptions.  The Orville returns to New Horizons with an androids dream episode.

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Bureau’s Breakroom’s Television Table – Week beginning 2022 May 22

Riverdale continues to be as unlike the classic Archie comics as possible.  Better Call Saul shows Jimmy and Kim learning what happens with plans.  The Flash features Old Man Barry.  The Enterprise faces a malevolent force in Strange New Worlds, (I would say ‘again’, but this is a prequel.)  Mystery Science Theatre 3000 watches a bad sequel.  The Blacklist ends its season as they attempt to apprehend The Plague.If this isn’t the sort of television you are a looking for, you are probably on the wrong site, but there are also some Stranger Things to take in.

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

It seems that the final column of this week’s table has been ruined by a spilled cup of coffee; only a few titles survived, but none of the preview descriptions.  Boba Fett comes back.  Peacemaker deals with a dragon.  Star Trek: Prodigy finished their season last week, but to keep you hooked on the universe. Star Trek: Discovery returns for the second half of their season.  Raised by Wolves finds some Good Creatures.  Also, I’ve added a new show: The Legend of Vox Machina.  Do not let the animated nature of the show fool you, this is not for kids.  We get three episodes of the D&D based fantasy brought to us from Critical Role.

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

With 2022’s first month closing, we will also get the close of Star Trek: Prodigy’s opening season.  I hope you had a chance to watch it, with out without kids, because it hits at the core of Star Trek.   Raised by Wolves also returns, but doesn’t give us a description, much like the new episodes of Peacemaker and Boba Fett.  Superman and Lois return from the mines of misdirection last week for us to focus on Lana’s family.  Naomi finds out she’s been kept in the dark.  The Legends get to face their AI doppelgangers.  The rogues of Batwoman’s learn the value of teamwork.

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