Category Archives: Television
BACKSTREET’S BACK, ALRIGHT! Yooooooooooooooooo! It’s been a while old readers and new. I decided to dust ye olde DeclareShenanigans dot com off to talk a little bit about the first season of a show that I really dig.
So season 5 is done. The finale has entered our eyeballs and our journey is complete. Where do I stand on everything that has transpired? I’m going to do a quick laundry list of my overall likes/dislikes of the season … Continue reading
I feel like I’ve fed through a woodchipper, heart-first. Sorry kids. No GIFs or funny bits this time around…I’m a bit exhausted and simply can’t do a normal review. Do you know how much I love this show? So much … Continue reading
Welcome to my The 100 review site and food blog! Hey, if you’re looking for some great BBQ sauce recipes to spruce up your next “eat or I’ll kill you” soiree, you’ve come to the right place! “The Dark Year,” … Continue reading
Razing your best, last hope of avoiding bloodshed to the ground makes quite the statement, setting you on an irreversible path to destruction. It’s a strategy I’ve used my entire career, and boy is it fun! “The Warriors Will,” written … Continue reading
You get a betrayal! You get a betrayal! Everyone gets a betrayal! This episode, written by Miranda Kwok and directed by Ian Samoil, was an all-you-can-back-stab betrayal buffet!
Be honest, who hasn’t poisoned a sibling in order to prevent them from killing a friend? Siblings are the WORST, am I right? This episode, written by Lauren Muir and directed by Antonio Negret, was all about choices. Every single … Continue reading
Oh yes, my friends. It finally happened. Octavia poked the bear one too many times. And guess who we saw wake from slumber? WANHEDA. When I saw Clarke’s face at the end of the episode I had no doubt she … Continue reading
I love great character moments. And this episode had ALL THAT and a bowl of grits. Clarke and Madi mother/daughter feelings? Check. Monty and Echo hugging? Check. Niylah being a pod person? Check. Murphy and Emori bonding over explosions and … Continue reading