Category Archives: The Flash

Bureau’s Breakroom’s Television Table – Week beginning 2021 December 11

Is it me, or do we have less to watch this week?  It could be because I am so behind I am not noticing the new things that need to be added, so always feel free to suggest something in the comments.  We do have eight new episodes of The Witcher, which my eldest daughter and wife have been eagerly anticipating.  Riverdale will have its 100th episode.  Hawkeye gives us the penultimate episode.  The Wheel of Time’s revolutions gives us revelations.  Young Justice and Star Trek: Discovery are fuzzy on the details, but The Expanse wasn’t this week, telling us about the Rocinante being the linchpin for the war.

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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 28

I hope everyone has a quiet week with family, regardless of last week’s turkey consumption, because this week is lighter on television.  This week, Lost in Space will drop its third and final season.  The Doctor continues to uncover her past while sorting out The Flux, The Flash visits The Hall of Justice with Black Lightning, Riverdale makes Rivervale make tough choices,  Young Justice gives us some magic, and The Legends give us a Bebbo Christmas special.  Wheel of Time introduce some new faces.  We don’t get synopsis, but I am still most interested in Hawkeye and the crew of Star Trek: Discovery.

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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 July 18

Looking for more remakes of favorites from your childhood?  We have the power, as Masters of the Universe’s first half of the first season drop this week.  They join SurrealEstate as new shows on the table. (Be sure to catch the Bureau’s review!Dependable Classics such as the Legends, who looks for magic in the Spanish Civil War, The Flash, who finish their two parter with more speedsters than you asked for, Superman and Lois, who Superman takes a business meeting.  Also, Evil raises some evil dead.

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Bureau’s Breakroom’s Television Table – Week beginning 2021 July 11

I hope the warm weather means more enjoyment for everyone and not being Dangerously Cooked because you went for a walk outside.  While you’re staying in, watch out for elevators.  That’s not a horror-scope, Evil is targeting one this week.  The Legends are celebrating a birthday, (my like my daughter Majel), and Flash gets shocked with a new son.  Lois and her lover from another cosmos search for the super-husband that abandoned them last episode.  We also get the season (and likely, series) finale of Loki.

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Bureau’s Breakroom’s Television Table – Week beginning 2021 July 4

To the Canadians, happy Canada 🇨🇦 Day and to the Americans, happy Independence 🇺🇸 Day!  We should get Mexico to move their day out of September to the second or the third and have a North America Day on the other. I hope you have plans, because there isn’t a lot of television to watch, as The Flash gives us a John Diggle crossover, and Evil, Loki, The Bad Batch, and My Hero Academia all forgo the descriptions to make you watch the episodes to see what the fireworks are.

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Bureau’s Breakroom’s Television Table – Week beginning 2021 June 27

We have only six entries in the table today, which is larger than our normal summer postings.  Despite Cutting down a bit, The Legends with their visit the the old west and The Flash and his army of Godspeeds (the white suited Flash) wave goodbye to Batwoman for her “upending” season finale.  Evil (the show) sends us an angel.  Loki and the Bad Batch round out our list, but as usually expect us to watch without any synopses.

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Bureau’s Breakroom’s Television Table – Week beginning 2021 June 20

Happy Father’s Day to all applicable Bureaucrats, as we start our television week with the return of Evil.  (Not the concept, the show.)  I am all of keeping some mystery is the episodes, but the complete lack of description makes it difficult for those of us compiling a television table.  You can be deceptively condensed, even a single sentence works, as Superman and Lois’s title is longer than its vague tease about Morgan Edge.  Father’s day must have everyone feeling nostalgic, as the Legends attempt to erase the season, Batwoman attempts to return to last season’s star, and The Flash returns to past villains.  Also, The Blacklist gives us another episode after I thought the season had wrapped.

 

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