Category Archives: Legends of Tomorrow

📺 Bureau’s Breakroom’s Television Table – Week beginning 2020 May 31

The kids are home for summer… which happened a couple of months ago thanks to the global pandemic.  Now, our shows have gone to on their summer breaks as well, which leaves us with just four genre shows.  Stargirl takes on Icicle while DC’s Legends fight Fate in a dystopia and potentially in a thong.  Marvel’s Agents continue to try to protect the time stream during prohibition.  In Blindspot, our FBI team goes up against a chemical weapon.  If this wasn’t enough cheesy campiness, Netflix is also dropping the rest of Fuller House leading to the triple wedding (three couples, not a thruple.)

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📺 Bureau’s Breakroom’s Television Table – Week beginning 2020 May 24

The seasons have actually closed for most of the CW’s winter favorites, leaving us with one Debutante Covering the slightly-less-silly content.  Stargirl finds out her own history in her second episode, while the Legends abandon any pretense of not being the “meta” show, and the TV characters are thrown into TV shows.  Hopefully, Mick lands in John Doe and we get a satisfying conclusion to that series.  Meanwhile, the House of Ideas debuts the finale season of its debut MCU show, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.  This season promises to give us some returns of Agent Carter characters while the agents are trapped in the age of men wearing excellent fedoras.  In non-comic-based unbelievable shows, the Blindspot team deals with betrayal both in their headquarters and the FBI’s.

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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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Bureau’s Breakroom’s Television Table – Week beginning 2020 March 22

With the Bureau’s physical offices closed down due to the quarantine, we hope that all of you Bureaucrats are staying healthy.  To help you shelter in place, the Breakroom television remains tuned in to avoid the the Disastrous Consequences of cabin fever.  Watch as our characters all take trips, starting as Batwoman decides to travel through the looking glass, while on Supergirl, Alex finds herself in Wonderland, and the Legends split up to let Zari take center stage.  Our only other superhero this week ends his season as Picard deals with the impending arrival of god-like AI-aliens.  (AIliens?)  If god-like artificial intelligences are too OP for you, feel free to scale it back with this week’s Westworld as the AI robots infiltrate the outside world.  If you need even more science, but less fiction, Cosmos gives us two more episodes examining consciousness’s evolution and Carl Sagan’s personal evolution.  The last tenuous link to science fiction we have this week is Zoey, who confesses to Max.  Saul manages to avoid being stopped by Kim and Jimmy, The Good Doctor starts its season finale with an earth shaking first part, and Ultron Spader Red takes an island vacation to enjoy some art on The Blacklist.

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Bureau’s Breakroom’s Television Table – Week beginning 2020 March 15

I hope you are all staying healthy.  If you find yourself quarantined or off work or trapped at home with your offspring while schools are closed, at least there is plenty of shows this week.  While you are Disinfecting for Corona, Batwoman will be exploring Alice’s story, Supergirl defends transgender rights, The Flash get some sunshine, and the Legends deal with marriage. Blacklist also returns with a doubleheader to kick off the second half of their season, while Better Call Saul kicks Mike out of town.  If your kids are off of school, you might find yourself watching a lot more of their television, like how my daughter has added the Glee-like Zoey’s Extraordinary Playlist to our rotation.  Since it borders on telepathy/empathy/ESP, I was going to include it here to see if anyone else was interested in it.  If you want to keep their brains from atrophying, Neil deGrasse Tyson has you covered with another double helping of Cosmos, to go with your first half of the Picard series finale.  If Picard doesn’t give you enough Artificial Intelligence discussions, Westworld returns this week to help you explore the nature of sentience further.

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Bureau’s Breakroom’s Television Table – Week beginning 2020 March 8

Coming in like a lion, the Deserted Crowd of Disguise and Costume roar back onto the breakroom boobtube, and Batwoman realizes she should smile a bit more, Supergirl will always love you, Black Lightning finishes his season, The Flash finishes off the Speed Force, and The Legends meet up with a non-spider-powered Mr. Parker.  Saul takes up Yoga and finds inner peace.  Things are looking up for Neil deGrasse Tyson, as his second season of Cosmos returns with two episodes.  The other type of Good Doctor takes two recently broken up doctors and makes them work together on a small problem.  Someone does their best to keep the Riverdale “teens” from getting back to the screen.  To round out the week, we also get Picard learning what really caused the demise of the red planet.

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Bureau’s Breakroom’s Television Table – Week beginning 2020 February 23

The week seems severely front loaded, with most of the shows appearing this week, but there is still a surprise on Thursday.  Before that, we travel time as Doctor Who races to the future to deal with the effects of the information given out at the end of last week.  In calmer settings across the pond, the midwives deal with being homeless and drug addiction.  Bet you didn’t see that coming, huh?  Then, our Doggedly Caped heroes hit with new villains for Batwoman and Supergirl taking a look back for her 100th episode.  Black Lightning (who does not have a cape) returns to Freeland to fight the epic battle, still without his new heroic friends in his new earth.  The Flash has some more monkey business with Grodd, and the Legends shout Khan.  The Good Doctor autopsies last week’s breakup.  The Riverdale teens play the I Know What You Did Last Summer game.  On Star Trek: Picard, Jean-Luc has to confront his time as a Borg again.  That’s all that’s visible on my weekly schedule, which leaves the rest of the weekend to binge Altered Carbon season 2, this time with Falcon taking over the lead role.

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Bureau’s Breakroom’s Television Table – Week beginning 2020 February 16

After the love hangover of last week, The Doctor takes us deep into historic literature, while Trixie works with a mother who can’t see how much help the Midwives are being.  The DC shows switch up a bit, while Batwoman has a crisis of sisters, Supergirl continues the visit from Season One Winn, while the Flash brings us an Elongated Man episode, and the Legends try to work Zari back into the show.  The Good Doctor keeps pitting his two girlfriends against each other, and our favorite retired Star Fleet admiral, with help from an attractive ex-Borg, visit the exciting site of Freecloud.

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Bureau’s Breakroom’s Television Table – Week beginning 2020 February 9

This week features many lovely episodes, as it encompasses đź’•Valentines Dayđź’—!  Life is a dream for The Doctor, while the Midwives deal with outdated (even then) birthing practices.  Here my Domestic Continent, The Flash has to deal with an old enemy, but not Cupid for some reason, while the Legends end up in an 80s slasher flick, and Black Lightning chases down his Valentine.  The Good Doctor deals with the horrible specter of social media, and the Riverdale “teens” come to terms with the fact that this is season four and they can’t really pretend to be in highschool after this season.  Jean Luc Picard gets directed by Number One (Johnathan Frakes, not his dog.)

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