I don’t know if that was an episode for the ages, but that scene was Bonnie and Annalise was a scene for the ages! Before I salivate over that scene, let’s get to the quick synopsis of the plot.
The campaign to get FOX’s beloved futuristic buddy-cop series Almost Human is still underway and the fans behind it are just as fired up as they’ve been when the sad news of the show’s cancellation came in the spring. If you’re a fan and you’ve felt awful about not seeing Dorian and Kennex yuck it up in the car and solve next-level crimes, read my interview with Michael Ealy at Entertainment Weekly!
Here’s a snippet from the interview,, originally published Jul. 24:
This interview was originally posted in September on whatwouldmoniquedo.com, which is now closed. It was subsequently posted on COLOR’s Tumblr page.
Christina Welsh is no stranger to the world of celebrities and film. But instead of covering Hollywood as a journalist, she’s getting ready for the premiere of Addicted, derived from Zane’s popular book of the same name. Welsh has turned in her microphone to focus on screenwriting full time, and now the screenplay, which features both Welsh and Ernie Barbarash with writing credits, will bring Zane’s book to life on the big screen.
My sister Ashley is renowned in her circle of friends as being one of the best cooks ever. Since she now has quite the collection of self-created and tested recipes under her belt, she’s ready to share them with other cooking enthusiasts.
Over the course of this week, Ashley will feature three recipes that you can pair together to have a complete Mexican-inspired dinner! I’ve eaten the results of these recipes, and I can tell you that they are delicious.
The first Mexican-inspired recipe this week is for pork tacos. The recipe for Cilantro Lime Coconut Rice (pictured with the tacos) is coming later this week.
Annie, starring Quvenzhané Wallis and Jamie Foxx, will delight families this Christmas, but the little girl in your life can get her Annie obsession on with Target’s limited edition Annie clothing collection.
The name of this Sleepy Hollow episode, “Heartless,” kept reminding me of the Kanye West song of the same name. But guess what? The song is quite apt to this episode. If we apply the song to the episode and not to the woman Kanye West was engaged to at the time, the woman who’s described as “so heartless” in the song could represent either the succubus cheekily named Lilith or, surprise surprise, Katrina Crane.
I’ve long supported my theory that Katrina is evil. Well, not just evil, but a more complicated version of evil. I wrote this long theory a while ago when I still had my old website, Moniqueblog.net. I’d reposted it on my new Tumblr page, but after the ending of “Heartless,” it would appear my theory is turning out to be truer and truer by the episode. That theory is that Katrina falls somewhere in between the characterizations of Ishtar, the Whore of Babylon, and the Woman of the Apocalypse.
Here’s what I originally wrote:
You might have heard how DC is ramping up their production of their cinematic universe by delving into digital properties. One of the digital properties they’re going to create is a live-action Static Shock webseries.
I live-tweet Sleepy Hollow every week; follow me at @moniqueblognet!
Two previews were released from Monday’s Sleepy Hollow episode, “Heartless.” Take a look at them below, then scroll below to read my opinions.