Everything’s changing as never expected for the Homelander. Soldier Boy is searching for the other old payback members to slay. Black Noir recollects what has really got him to the current situation.
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John Oliver discusses the water shortage in the American west, how it’s already impacting the people who live there, and what God has to say about it.
The Deep and Homelander uncover security footage of Soldier Boy killing Countess, leading Noir to cut out his tracking chip and disappear.
Obi Wan is drawn into a confrontation with Vader, as Luke’s fate hangs in the balance.
John Oliver discusses why rent has become increasingly unaffordable, what we can do to combat a system that is stacked against tenants, and, of course, Dakota Johnson’s complex relationship to limes.
Original release date: June 17, 2022 Frenchie admits an injured Kimiko to a hospital, where she is overjoyed to learn she lost her powers. She and Frenchie
Nothing captures what’s wrong with today’s “journalism” like the sad saga of what happened last week at The Washington Post.
Obi-Wan plans his next move as the Empire, closing in, tries to draw him out.
Hollywood is the wokest place on earth in every other area of social responsibility, but when it comes to the unbridled romanticization of gun violence – crickets.
John Oliver discusses tech monopolies, and how to address the hidden harm they can do.
In the wake of the mass shooting in Uvalde, John Oliver discusses the push for more police in schools and whether they are the answer to our school safety issues, or a new problem altogether.
Obi-Wan Kenobi plots a daring mission into enemy territory.
Obi-Wan searches for allies as he attracts the attention of the Empire, threatening the locals.
On a dangerous crime-ridden world, Obi-Wan becomes a target.
When agents of the Empire pose a new threat, Obi-Wan Kenobi emerges after years of hiding.
Peter goes to a business conference in Atlantic City with Preston; Stewie helps Chris prepare for his role in Adam West High’s presentation of “Romeo and Juliet”.
John Oliver discusses one of the largest franchises in the U.S., how their business model doesn’t always serve franchisees, and what it all has to do with Korean dramas.
The guys’ physical prowess is tested at Mayor West’s dude ranch. Meanwhile, Stewie thinks he’s gotten his first period.
John Oliver discusses the incredible amount of power we give electric utility companies, how weakly regulated they are, and why they get such bad Yelp reviews.
Peter and Chris take a road trip to Canada to prove the existence of Chris’ girlfriend. Meanwhile, Lois and Meg compete for the attention of a handsome handyman.
John Oliver discusses the leaked draft opinion that looks set to overturn Roe v. Wade, how we got to this point, and where we may be headed.