By the title of “Good Trouble” season 3, episode 19 “Closing Arguments,” I would assume most storylines that occurred would come to some sort of close. But instead, we got cliffhangers.
Everyone deserves a second chance. Whether it’s a small or huge problem, we deserve the chance to re-write our wrongs. Prove we want to be better people. As depicted in the recent episode of “Good Trouble,” Mariana is given a chance to show she’s changed.
Hook, line and sinker. The “Queen of the South” penultimate episode circled back to its opening scene right as we’ve begun our descent into the finale, and I have many emotions about it.
Shoot outs, escaping from enemies, sacrificial deals, drug cartels, family and the occasional romantic love interest have all been part of USA Network’s “Queen of the South” since it premiered June 23, 2016. However, this story about Teresa Mendoza rising through the cartel ranks to create her own powerful international drug empire is about way more than those things.
Someone recently asked me what kind of music I listen to, and I didn’t know how to tell him that I, a 22-year-old, have been listening to the “Julie and the Phantoms” soundtrack religiously every day for the past month and a half.
Well everyone, we made it. “The 100” completed its final journey to the ground after 100 episodes, but any semblance of closure has been floated. After all that, I still don’t know what transcendence is.
The latest episode of “The 100” physically hurt me to watch. I felt the show’s visceral hands wrapping around my heart, squeezing, making it hard to breathe and couldn’t fathom what was right in front of my eyes. Horrific scene after horrific scene flooded my screen. I didn’t even fully comprehend what I watched until later.