Category Archives: Batwoman

Bureau’s Breakroom’s Television Table – Week beginning 2022 February 27

Not enough to watch last week?  Great news, we’ve got more returning favorites!  First, there’s Ladybug for the kids, and Robot Chicken not for them, and then The Good Doctor returns to deal with the fallout of calling off the wedding.  On Superman, Lois is back on the same front page with her editor, and they are going after the Cult of Bizarro.  Naomi goes to homecoming.  The Legends settle down into their new/old lives, but as expected that’s short lived they they are immediately off on an adventure.  Batwoman teams up with her mother to stop her brother from pulling off a Joker-style scheme.  Raised by Wolves finally get into their Seed Box.  We don’t get descriptions for Star Trek: Discovery, but we don’t need to focus on that since Picard’s second season also starts this week.  If that wasn’t space enough for you, there’s a premier of season 13 of Mystery Science Theater 3000, and this season looks to be a doozy.  We can wrap the week up with Red getting the Blacklist task force to investigate a group one of them might have joined.

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

Peacemaker did a great job of holding up the DC shows, but now that his season is finished the CW shows return.  Superman and Lois celebrate a quinceañera.  Naomi gets romantic while Dee gets zen.  The Legends help Gideon fights herself.  Batwoman and crew plan to deal with their big bad while Poison Mary plans to make amends.  Raised by Wolves has Marcus and his flowers playing Indiana Jones to discover a new temple.  Star Trek doesn’t give us a description.  Blacklist gets into 5G.

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

Feels like a short week, as Superman & Lois start off trying not to name the big bad in the mines (or JD has followed a red herring.)  Naomi gets her training montage this week.  The Legends go to a Time Travels bar, and I hope we get some nods to my other favorite time travelers.  (At least a police box or Delorean parked out front.)  Batwoman has a modified status quo, and spends the episode learning to live in it.  Boba Fett, Peacemaker, and Star Trek’s Prodigies all give us my most anticipated new episodes this week, but no descriptions.

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

Well, if the end of The Expanse didn’t make you swear off our table, we have a few different newcomers, though neither seem to be aiming for quite the same niche.  Naomi (thanks again, visionary_coward!) joins The CW’s DC collection with her second episode sees Naomi grilling her parents.  If family television isn’t your thing, but you still want some DC action, Peacemaker’s second week (fourth episode) airs this week.  It is definitely not family friendly, but the opening credits should give you a good idea of how seriously they take everything.  Superman and Lois continues to try to find a direction for their second season.  The Legends turn their mansion into a 90s reality show, but in hell.  Batwoman is after the original Poison Ivy while the new one is still on the run.  The Blacklist tells us how Dembe joined the FBI.  We also have Midwives, Star Trek: Prodigy, and Boba Fett, but no details about what’s in their episodes.

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Bureau’s Breakroom’s Television Table – Week beginning 2022 January 9

“When are my CW shows Dropping?” Complains my fellow bureaucrats.  Well, good news, that week is this week!  First, we have the most drastic of circumstances in the most gentle way possible as Call the Midwife deals with some devastating diagnosis.  Superman & Lois come back for season two, setting the scenes for smalltown drama.  Meanwhile on Tatooine, Boba Fett and Agent May continue to try to consolidate power.  The Legends pick their season up as Sara realizes they aren’t exactly good for the timeline (No word on if Marvin actually makes an appearance.)  Batwoman gives us some of Renee’s backstory.  Star Trek: Prodigy reveals some more of the ships backstory.  The Blacklist plays tennis.  We also get the series finale in an extra long episode that I expect will have trouble wrapping up all the available plot lines.

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Bureau’s Breakroom’s Television Table – Week beginning 2021 December 5

There are a lot of old favorites returning this week, but first Doctor Who’s Season of Flux comes to a close.  The Flash’s event season continues, and I admit I hadn’t quite realized it was an event season until this description, and we get guest stars a plenty.  Guest stars continue to show up, as Riverdale is visited by a fan favorite Netflix witch.  The Wheel of Time has multiple faceoffs.  The Blacklist is the only other show to give us a description, telling us about an old crime family in therapy.  Hawkeye and Discovery also have new episodes, which don’t need descriptions to get me interested in them.  Adding to the list of description-less shows I am thrilled to watch, The Expanse returns for season six.

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Bureau’s Breakroom’s Television Table – Week beginning 2021 November 21

A joyous (American) Thanksgiving to all our Bureaucrats this week.  We are thankful for you, dear readers.  I am also personally thankful for you patience and forgiving nature when I miss shows we should be letting you know about.  For example, last week Marvel’s Hit-Monkey first season dropped, and the live action adaptation of Cowboy Bebop (which I have already mainlined and finished.)  Newly appearing this week is the second half of Masters of the Universe: Revelation, and the first two episodes of Marvel’s new Hawkeye series, set with a winter holiday theme.  Our episodic entries this week, The Doctor (Who) visits 1967 and The Village of the Angels.  The Doctor (Good) visits wedding venues.  The Flash visits Black Lightning.  The Legends visit 1940s Seattle (and WWII.)  Batwoman is thematically relevant to the holiday as she has to mediate a Bat-family dispute.  Over on Riverdale (in Rivervale) we are visited by a vengeful spirit from their folklore.  Star Trek: Discovery doesn’t offer us a description, but be sure to read last week’s review to get an idea of where this week’s will (boldly) go.

[ETA: The Wheel of Time, thanks Visionary_Coward!]

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Bureau’s Breakroom’s Television Table – Week beginning 2021 November 14

The new blood arrives, as Riverdale, The Flash, and Star Trek: Discovery all return to the table.  In Riverdale, the show shifts to Rivervale, which sounds like a soft reboot.  The Flash starts up it’s eighth season with an Armageddon sized bang.  Discovery joins Prodigy with a complete lack of information other than episode number.  The Doctor continue to explore a planet that seems to somehow be the source of time.  The Good Doctor steps up to make it clear it’s not about a Time Lord with an episode about one heart.  The Legends of Tomorrow show up somewhere new and unknown, and meet a god in the bathroom.  Batwoman does some gardening.  Blacklist has Dembe discovering the downsides of working for the FBI.  Foundation gives us their season finale.

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Bureau’s Breakroom’s Television Table – Week beginning 2021 November 7

A number of our shows Dwindled Closed last week, leaving a shorter table this week.  Supergirl is ending her season and her series, as well.  She has two episodes, taking care of their fifth dimensional imp and Lex (no relation), as well as marrying off two of their characters.  The Legends make it to New York and meet some mad scientists.  Batwoman gets Pyggy with it.  The Doctor revisits a war with their deadly spud enemies.  The Blacklist takes down a golden age comic book hero.  Foundation faces their null field while the emperor takes a dare.  We don’t get any details, but Star Trek: Prodigy continues this week, as does Doom Patrol and Young Justice.

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