We’re here, the final episode of this season. Where all things will be wrapped up (Hopefully) and everything will reach a satisfying conclusion (Hopefully). So, get get to it then:
Luckily for this show, thanks to yesterdays events I’m probably going to be very willing to overlook this episodes flaws. Anyway, on to the recap:
So we’ve got two more episodes left and I don’t know where this thing is going but whatever I’m not annoyed with it yet so let’s go!:
Our super big twist was a change in format so that was lame. However this show is still going well so let’s see how the rest of this season plays out and get started on the recap:
It’s time for the big twist! And a big twist deserves a big twisting gif courtesy of Matt Hardy. Anyway onto the review which isn’t as twisty as they claimed.
So we’re already at a climax point in the story and we still have half a season left too go. That big twist that’s allegedly coming in episode 6 better be very good. Anyway, onto this weeks recap and review:
Fine, if the pictures must be thematic, here’s Bray Wyatt, a man who’s gimmick is that he’s a redneck cultist that’s always trying to get you but never does because he’s booked terribly (He’d fit right in on this show). Anyway, to the recap:
Why yes I am just making all the headers for these reviews random pictures of wrestlers, why do you ask? Anyway on to your Mountain Dew Main Event, My recap and review:
Did you know that someone made a bible using Minecraft screenshots to tell the stories? That has nothing to do with episode I just felt like sharing, anyway to the recap.
What’s this season about? Who cares, here’s Finn Balor in his full body makeup. Alright, alright, fine, here’s the thing you actually came for, the review. (But seriously Finn Balor is better than anything on this show.)
The following is my thoughts on Suicide Squads spoilery material. Just in case you somehow wondered in here by accident and don’t want things from Suicide Squad spoiled for you, this is your warning to get out because otherwise here we go:
Friends, I come to you with an opportunity to help raise money for charity by playing Final Fantasy V. This is the centerpiece of the Final Fantasy Four Job Fiesta, a charity event that will run all summer. What it is is a challenge run of Final Fantasy V involving a strict usage of the games Job System. The charity…
Lash respawned just outside of Tarkington on the side of the road. He looked around in confusion before spotting Doom’s airship taking off towards the east. Lash shook his rage and took off after the airship. he managed to catch up to it fairly quickly but ran into the new problem of not being able to reach the…
Lash burst through the door to the Tacho Bell to a very strange scene. The place was packed but everyone was strangely quiet. Everyone had a laptop or a iPad or something and they were all watching something. Curious, Lash went over to the nearest table and looked over the shoulder of the man sitting there. What he…
Dr. Andrew Garner stared out the window of the train car as the train approached New York City. He was coming into the city for a special assignment, a patient that needed an evaluation and only Andrew could help this man. Andrew was nervous; he had been giving bad evaluations to nearly every patient he had visited…
Lash respawned down the street from the court house next to an In-and-Out Burger. He bought himself five burgers and sat down to eat and figure out his next move. He had a lead that put the Fantastic Four movies creators at a Tacho Bell in Tarkington, Montana but he didn’t know where that was or how to get there. He…
Lash rushed to court house where the creators of Fantastic Four were being tried for crimes against humanity. Rash sped through the halls of the court house looking for the right courtroom. He burst into one at random shouting at the top of his lungs. “Is this the Fantastic Four trial?”
Tonight is the night, the latest and probably biggest NXT Takeover special so far followed two days later by what will potentially be the biggest Wrestlemania of all time. As such before we go into it I thought that I’d share my thoughts on all announced matches on both cards.
Lash knew in order to catch a monster you had to think like a monster, and to think like a monster you had to sue a monster, and to sue a monster you needed a lawyer, and Lash knew just the one he had to visit. Which was how Lash came bursting into the law offices of Nelson & Murdoch.
It was a normal day for Lash the Huchog as he sped through the desert, dodging rocks and cacti as he went along. He wasn’t sure which desert it was because he had been running for a long time and hadn’t been paying attention to where he was going, but he was sure it was in North America. As he continued ducking and…