“Drag Me Away (From You)”
October 22, 2020
There’s something you and Sam need to know …”
The boys drive through the night—seven hours yet to go. Dean complains, wondering why they’re going back “there”. Yes, Travis was an old friend—haven’t seen him in 25 years, old—but they’ve missed funerals for much closer friends. Hunters. Sam simply says this is different. And what else are they going to do? Sit around the Bunker and wait for the world to end?
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ESSENTIAL HEROES: A MOMENTO LATINO EVENT will celebrate America’s diversity with a focus on Latinx culture, bringing joy, awareness and aid to the Latinx community that has been deeply affected by and played an essential role in fighting COVID-19. Through musical performances, comedy pieces, docu-shorts and star-studded appearances, the special will explore the Latinx experience as told by Latinx voices. Produced and hosted by Eva Longoria, along with co-hosts Gloria Estefan and Ricky Martin. The special, featuring appearances by José Andrés, Arturo Castro, John Leguizamo, George Lopez, Isabela Merced, Rita Moreno, Ana Navarro, Freddy Rodriguez and Wilmer Valderrama, will be broadcast Monday, Oct. 26 (9:00-10:00 PM, ET/PT) on the CBS Television Network and will also be available to stream live and on demand on CBS All Access: Pictured: Ricky Martin. Photo: Screengrab/CBS ©2020 CBS Broadcasting, Inc. All Rights Reserved.
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Saturday Night Live
Adele & H.E.R.
October 24, 2020
Look. I’m not saying that last night’s Saturday Night Live was great or anything — it wasn’t. In fact, one sketch might have been the most offensive one they’ve done so far this season — although NBA Bubble Draft, “titty meat” and Bill Burr’s entire monologue are still giving it a run for its money. But overall, last night’s episode felt more like an episode from the beginning of last season: not knock down hilarious, but amusing and even clever at points. Host Adele’s energy was a large part of this: her enthusiasm was infectious, and she seemed to be having a genuinely great time. In fact, her energy rubbed off on the audience who seemed to be enjoying themselves more than they have in the past three episodes. That, or I’m deluding myself, so desperate I am for one … just one … SNL episode be half good already.
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