How many SJW tropes are there in this show?
>don't need no man
>all white men are evil
why does he do so many bits involving children?
They are a reliable taboo, which fits his formula for making comedy which will stand the test of time.
I hope you didn't think anything sinister is going on, because I can assure you that it is not.
Why didn't he
shoot the guy who crashed out the front of the car after hitting the plane?
Hey, /tv/, is this a good movie?
keked by BBC
Is Kilgrave the ultimate feminist strawman? Why is the social justice subtext so obvious in this show?
Of all Marvel villains Kilgrave is one with the least amount of ambition. He has no plans or long time goals, he just strolls through life using his powers to indulge in petty hedonism.
Exactly as most /tv/ people would behave with his powers.
I am skilled in the arts of war and military tactics.
you are skilled in the art of getting muh dick hard
-Luke cage taken down by a shotgun
-No appearance by daredevil
-No references to iron fist
-powers never full fleshed out/never tests her limits.
-kill-grave good but no where near kingpin
-Jessica never flies
-Fights are kinda boring.
No doubt I liked the show
but does anyone else feel a little underwhelmed?
>Kylo and Luke dueling in a First Order base, Snoke overwatching the duel from his podium. Luke clearly has the upperhand from experience and mastery of the Force.
>eventually knocks down Kylo, his cross-saber falls out of his hands.
>"Well... what are you waiting for then? I have lost. Finish me."
>Luke raises his saber from Kylo's neck, deactivates it.
>"No, my son. I will not hurt you. I am a Jedi Knight......
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Also Rey will have a black baby, but you already knew that.
DUDE I'd upvote you if I could! That made me cry tears of joy fricking just reading it epic
>Mark Hamill possibly hints that The Force Awakens could have a huge Empire Strikes Back twist.
>Adam Driver doesn’t think Kylo Ren is evil, says he feels he’s “morally justified.”
What would the average person think upon seeing this?
>Ewan, your friends are dead!
What did he mean by this?
>McKenna with Draal here
Who are these people? Are they related to Dunnhier?
Not a single character in the show I do not like.
I dislike her
also why the fuck is the curry guy so pale?
>It's a supermarket price comparison episode
>it's a "guy who hasn't done anything illegal but aca decided they're the moral police and chase him around trying to antagonize him so he gets frustrated and slams a car door or pushes the presenter out of the way that shows he's a bad person" episode
So I'm watching first south park ever and this is weird
So here's the fancy creators at the beginning, acting all sensual/tim&eric like and it's keking my shit up
Last I've known, /tv/ likes Tim&Eric
I wonder how many times they've fucked. I mean you can't have a long friendship without sex, its inevitable, but they've made out in public and stuff so it must happen a lot. Or maybe they're like adam and Jamie or matsumoto and hamada. Maybe they aren't friends and avoid each other and only come together for work
I bought this for 99c because Philip Roth is mentioned in literary circles and between the stamp and the word 'plot' I think I was subconsciously sold on a Lot 49 association.
Reading the description now this sounds like some pretty lame "PHOENIX RISING" tier alternate history. Should I give it a go?
Yes. It's one of his better and more accesible works, provides a real comfy alternate history. Also, faggot, >>62936465, it's set in the lead-up to and early days of the second world war, with nary a mention of the holo-you know-what
Anyone seen this? Is it