Apparently the secret to staying alive in Deutschland 83 is not to be remotely competent at the whole spying thing, because those who are keep sacrificing themselves for those who aren’t. More death, betrayal, and prostitutes in this week’s recap.
Author: Marion Stein
Disgraced Televangelist Jim Bakker Still Alive, Still Disgraceful
HNTP presents: Life Lessons for White People. Today’s class: Subtle signs that the smiling, laughing, self-effacing black man in front of you might be making a joke, even if he uses a bad word.
Rejoice stay-at-home parents and unemployed slackers and sick day takers everywhere! Regis has heard your prayers and accendeth once again to your TV to sit at the right hand of Kathie Lee.
After finally getting his wife and ex-tootsie on the same page, Ethan discovers they don’t call them “mad” scientists for nothing. And there’s something to that “children of the damned” phrase, too. The penultimate Wayward Pines recap has arrived.
Ingrid’s health takes a turn for the worse. Will Martin make it back in time to save her? Alex makes a bold, but not unexpected decision. So does Annett. Grab your German-to-English dictionary, because it’s Week 5 of Deutschland 83.
You may have heard about the all-new Archie comic book relaunch a while back, but did you know that the red-headed high schooler is also headed for television? Riverdale, a live action series based on the new Archie comics, will be coming soon to your TVs.
Sometimes the ticking time bomb is a stolen pick-up truck. Can Ethan stop it before the conspirators let the abbies in? And is Ben gone for good or only mostly dead?
This week on Deutschland 83, after taking dating advice from his aunt, Martin’s love life becomes complicated. Alex and the General exchange words at a family celebration. Renate drinks. Yvonne meditates. And the world moves one step closer to nuclear annihilation.
Lifetime is as clueless about steaming technology as its audience. What, no, not women! We mean old people. Try to keep up with which demographic we’re shamelessly stereotyping. Geez, what are you, Irish?
The dark secret at the heart of the new Wayward Pines “companion series” is that product placement trumps everything else.
Now that Ethan knows the truth, will he be able to stop the conspirators from taking down the fence without have to reckon them?
Our favorite German cold war spy-thriller slash bildungsroman continues. This week Martin has to machen de liebe to get the secret papers. Is he up to the task? While back on the heimetfront, Annett makes an important discovery that could change everything.
Looks like your favorite moderately successful ten part mini-series currently on Fox might possibly get a second chance season (or it might not). The bad news is it doesn’t look like any of the award-winning cast is coming back.
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Sorry, Martin, you’re stuck in the vile, decadent, and altogether wonderful West a while longer, where beautiful potential love interests will continue throwing themselves at you every 15 minutes, and only half of them will try to kill you.
How many channels are you paying for that you never, ever watch? The days when viewers would brag how many hundreds of channels they get are 20 years gone, at least. Here is the meager handful of channels viewers say they actually want… and what they’re willing to pay for them.
When East Germany was under the thumb of the Evil Empire, a young soldier is forced into the undercover spy biz to save his dying mother and get back to his super-hot girlfriend, although not necessarily in that order.
Back when Charles Manson still thought he’d be a household name for his music and not his murderous cult, he ran afoul of the roughest, toughest ass-kicker on the L.A. police force… sadly played by David Duchovny.
Two sexy FBI agents and a mad scientist spend five seasons trying to hunt down the mysterious “Pattern,” but viewers won’t need nearly so long to find the pattern that governs every formulaic script.