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What the CANE – Queen Sugar

In Communication, Griot, TV Shows on July 21, 2017 at 6:16 am

Did you see the episode 6 of Queen Sugar a couple of days ago?
The family dinner that closed the show was pretty hard to throat.

Post their fathers headstone memorial everyone came back to the house,
They sat down at the table before the dine to commune for a while
and ooo child

let me tell you what went down then:
Aunt Vi and Hollywood witnessed frayed ends.

Ralph Angel (RA) is the youngest and only Bordelon male child
he found a letter addressed to him from their father after he died

Ernest Bordelon left the lot of his farm to his son Ralph Angel to passed down to Blue.

Initially he shared the letter with Aunt Vi
And her surmise: the letter could ruin their lives 

Because big sis Charlie has invested big dough – she’s the farms financial motor.
Their fathers last days were spent cleaning toilets, learned (middle sis), Nova.

Charlie was blindsided by all and asked the fam to ‘hold the phone,’
And clarified that the letter Ernest wrote gave the farm to RA, alone!?

RA said, “Yeah. Y’all can read it for yourself.
Both his sisters got up – but no for the mail


Nova and Charlie both started heading for the door.
I got the impression they were done with the “unity” score.

Aunt Vi, Hollywood and Darla sat at the table in silence…
I wasn’t talking either. I was busy writing this. đź“ť

What the Cane is going on with the fam?
The farm belongs to Ralph Angel. The ladies are like ‘damn.’
What now?

Episode 6 is titled: Line Of Our Elders and rightfully so.
We are passed down and inherit our ancestors beloved whoas.

The content of this series is sweet, sticky and thick.
I’m Qui
A candy lover though eating too much Cane can make you sick.

The family vibe
is mud and Ernests’ letter is the stick.

STRAIN, Rinse and STRAIN again

In Communication, Griot, Networking, TV Shows on August 17, 2015 at 10:21 am

fx-strainFX is nasty, but I keep on watching
and THE STRAIN is the series of late, that I’ve been clocking.

Some type of virus has taken ahold…
to deliver mankind to a vampiring soul.

This seasons virus has evolved along with the writers hand.
It’s not seamless, but this direction is one that I creatively understand.

Last season on The Strain, bald vampires – via mouth, extended tracheas from their neck,
the tip of which injects poison and the life of the victim was immediately checked.
Zombie born; mortally wrecked.

This season reveals mutation. The darn strain has evolved from the zombie walk
via younger victims – equipping them with speed and a side-crawl.

Vaun and his hoodied team of Ancients are all dead.
They were casualties of an ultraviolet laser bed.

There’s a new Ancient in town and he’s been in the council circle.
I can’t quote ‘what’ they discussed in particular because the elders just gurgle.

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Augustine Elizalde is played by Miguel Gomez

Government is vexed, scrambling to quarantine and find a mass cure.
Augustine is a natural warrior; of his survival, he is sure.

He’s taken on a lead role in maneuvering through the streets like a ghost.
It’s a darn shame what the strain has done to NY and the East Coast.

The writers have switched it up and Ephraim ‘done cut off all of his hair
and Prof. Abraham‘s background is getting more of the spotlights share.

Eldritch Palmer and Thomas Eichorst discuss the Master and his grand plans.
Palmer wants to talk to the Master personally but cock-blocking of Eichorst stands.

The evolution the their “Masters” plan is a real humanity intrusion.
Zack‘s biological mother is the zombie mom to the new bred vampire evolution.

Zack’s dad is Ephraim, the CDC doctor working to make things right,
ISO a resolution to seize the terrors that prey on their lives at night.

S2 – Episode 6 showed Dr. Nora in transit with Zack whilst the sky was dim
when his zombie strain-infected mom showed up with plans to retrieve him.

The name of this episode is appropriately titled: IDENTITY
and when it comes to cast members – this series has plenty.

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Both [Ancient] Vaun and [Human] Fitzwilliams have gotten GOT!

If you aren’t lost by now because in fact you are glued
let us talk a little bit about the lone black dude.

Reggie Fitzwilliam is historical in the Strains seams –
orignal script painted him white, casting agents yielded a black dream.

Fitzwilliam bore a knights sheen, but that was cut down and put in check
when in Episode 6, one of the new breeds bit him and Prof. Abraham took his neck.

Yep. It was brief, he was memorable and he is now a free agent; an opportunity batter.
Roger Cross fully transforms into Six on the SYFY series DARK MATTER.

Have you seen it? You should give it a try.
The script isn’t too dark, but it is worlds apart – still Roger Cross is nigh.
Oh my, Oh my…

Back to The Strain and the nastiness that it entails,
the Master shot his strained batter into the another human shell.

Down went the ogre monstrosity that roamed the gutter in hump back fashion,
he has assumed the body of that rock-n-roll fella resembling Marilyn Manson.

And he is new again – no more ancient, overgrown body,
still I’d be lying if I said his new look was closer to hottie.

No. Not at all.
However, now he is of average height and not so freakishly tall.
The character remains consistent with looking disgusting, y’all.

The evolution of this series is on the sprawl, so many new sucklings have taken root,
I’m Qui
Running down these shows with thee, The Strain wins “most interesting reboot.”

I know this choice of show is a tad bit sick, but you knew from the jump, “I was a SCI FI chick!”
XO!!