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Weâ€™re kind of lucky to have any Marvelâ€™s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. at all this year. It was supposed to get axed after season 6, but when Inhumans flopped (hard), this show was extended. Comic book TV content is still highly in demand, and Fox also cancelled The Gifted, so something had to be salvaged. To be brutally honest, this season could be written off as mashup of Legends of Tomorrow & 12 Monkeys, but weâ€™ve grown to love these characters so much, weâ€™ll take them packaged however, wherever, whenever. So Iâ€™m gonna be grateful that we are spiraling through time with the core S.H.I.E.L.D. crew led by Mac, sans Fitz but with a robot Coulson & an afflicted Mae. Why? Because it has been phenomenal so far, as weâ€™ve spent 2 episodes in the 1930s and now 2 in the 1950s.
Last week started with a unique show logo and robot Coulson as a film noir narrator in an appropriately black & white episode. Agent Surry from the short-lived yet classic Agent Carter crossed paths with the time-displaced team already. Robo-Coulson realized as he was in Sousaâ€™s custody that that day was the one that Sousa was meant to die, after delivering a vital piece of technology to Howard Stark. Initially he sought to preserve history and steered Sousa towards his (later famous and revered) doom, but a number of problems cropped up on the way. For one thing, in retrieval of the item, Deek got kidnapped by Hydra. Yo-yo got away with the item, but instead of taking it to Coulson, she was preoccupied with saving Deek. To comedic effect, Enoch was again left as a bartender in the speakeasy where we last saw him in the 1930s. This time his only use was in patching the comms of the crew in a tech-starved era. In the end they faked Sousaâ€™s death and took him forward with them on their next time hop after smoothing out history and foiling the Chronicons attempts to sabotage the timestream.
On tonightâ€™s episode, â€œA Trout in the Milk,â€ after a bumpy landing in the disco decade, the team — Daniel Sousa in tow — reunites with more than one familiar face at the S.H.I.E.L.D. hangout and discovers exactly how to dismantle the Chronicoms’ latest plan. But when they get too close for comfort, the Zephyr unexpectedly leaps forward again, this time to a date pivotal to not only the future of S.H.I.E.L.D. but to the future of Director Mack as well.
Find out why the date is pivotal to the team tonight on ABC at 10/9c.
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You know I love competition cooking shows, so when I saw Netflixâ€™s new one, I knew Iâ€™d be binge-watching it! Crazy Delicious premiered overnight last night. British comedian (& actress/writer/singer) Jayde Adams is hosting, while Carla Hall (The Chew, Bakeaway Camp with Martha Stewart, among others) is one of the judges, along with British celebrity chef Heston Blumenthal & Swedish chef Niklas Ekstedt.
In this competition show, daring home chefs tempt the food gods with reinvented classics and fanciful feasts in their quest to win a golden apple. Iâ€™m guessing the home chefs will all be British, since this originally aired on Channel 4 in the UK in January. US or UK doesnâ€™t matterâ€¦ It should be fun to watch! Itâ€™s a bit different, from the pics Iâ€™ve seen, so Iâ€™m excited.
Check out the entire 6-episode first season now on Netflix!
Iâ€™ll also be watching Game On, Hot Mess House, Guyâ€™s Grocery Games.