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Following last season’s fifth episode streak, Miss Scarlet and The Duke 2×05 “Quarter To Midnight” gives us some hearty shipper content.
Even with a slower start, Miss Scarlet and The Duke 2×04 “Angel of Inferno” showcased how far the relationships have developed.
Miss Scarlet and The Duke 2×03 “A Pauper’s Grave” was gripping and entertaining as our main character placed her faith in others.
Miss Scarlet and The Duke 2×02 “The Black Witch Moth” shined in writing with its mystery, showcasing minor characters brilliantly.
Miss Scarlet and The Duke 2×01 “Pandora’s Box” is fantastically shot, creatively written, and perfectly balanced.
The Rookie’s “Day in the Hole” gives fans what they’ve been waiting for with an undercover Chenford kiss that could change the game.
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The Rookie’s “The Knock” takes Chenford through an awkward double date, proving that the comfort they feel with one another is unmatched.
Succession’s “All the Bells Say” is a testament to the excellent writing and directing, making it an episode we can’t stop thinking about.
Vesper Lynd’s tragic arc and ever-lasting impact makes her one of the most fascinating Bond characters to date.
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Pirates of the Caribbean’s Will Turner is a dashing hero, a loyal protector, and one of the most deserving characters in the franchise.
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John Thornton’s look back at me in North and South is widely respected as a period drama moment and deserving of a breakdown. Set in the 1850s, BBC’s North and … Continue Reading Scene Breakdown: John Thornton’s “Look Back At Me” in ‘North and South’ (BBC)