Homeland And All Things Maher

Billions made a real nice comeback last night setting up a very interesting few final episodes.
It coincided with minimizing the sports analogies.

It still is a bit weak that Kate told Prince about the plan to undermine him following a brief conversation she had with Wagner.

But I guess Chuck and Axe come full circle and become antiheroes in the end.
For Mike Maher: The Texas Rangers are back in the World Series after 12 years, and they will have food to celebrate the occasion for the sold out crowd. New exciting food items available to purchase at the concessions at Globe Life Field for Game 1 and 2 against the Arizona Diamondbacks include a $250 Lobster Roll Triple Play meal provided by Delaware North, the Texas Rangers food service and retail partner.

I was kind of excited to see the WWII-set "All The Light We Cannot See" on Netflix because it's one of my favorite novels of recent years.

I am now hate-watching it this weekend. It's one of the worst adaptations I have ever set my eyes on.

My favorite moment so far is when a character who in the book is so damaged from trench warfare of WWI that he hasn't left his home in years appears in the series riding a motorcycle and machine gunning Nazis.