There's something about grim historical accuracies walking hand in hand with farcical fairy-tale costume drama just does it for me.
Listen in on our discussion of Episode 2—including our evaluation of whether Ashley S. knows something we don't/is the harbinger of the apocalypse—and tell us your own thoughts.
“Comedy Gold” shored up my faith in the series and renewed my interest after the meandering “Two Balls.”
Let's meet the women who are vying for "Prince Farming," shall we?
Galavant is a welcome extension of the holidays, an unapologetic hour of joyful escapism that cries “F-ck the headlines and f-ck your credit card bills, let’s have a good laugh and be silly!”
"Heroes and Villains" tied up the first half of Season 4 without a single cloud of purple smoke, and for that we can all be grateful.
"Mercy" continued Season 2's plunge into the darker side of royal life.
I think we're all ready for the Frozen storyline to end.
Obviously this was an extremely heavy episode, but I found it surprisingly thoughtful and considered in approaching a difficult subject that affects so many.
"Fall” was a good episode in that it made me really want to see the next one.
Everything is spinning out of control in Fronce.
“Smash the Mirror” existed to create a big parallel between Emma and Elsa struggling to come to terms with their magical powers.
A LOT happened this week, including the possible formation of a new love triangle and the arrival of insouciant new royal Princess Claude.
I actually enjoyed this episode.