Mary & Blake’s Blog

This will be the spot for the latest news that’s happening in our network, our crazy personal lives, our thoughts on shows and movies that were are not podcasting about, sports, music, and pretty much anything that you would like us to discuss!

The Handmaid’s Diaries: A Woman’s Place – Episode 1.06

The Handmaid’s Tale: A Woman’s Place – episode 1.06 review: a fantastic tale of world building, getting too much of what you ask for, and shock endings…

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The Handmaid’s Diaries: A Woman’s Place – Episode 1.06

Stranger Things: A Review of Season 3 And Is (SPOILER) Really Gone?

Stranger Things Season 3 review:  a welcome return to form for the Netflix juggernaut series of nostalgia, and it even ends on a surprising emotional note – let’s chat about if really sticks…

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Stranger Things: A Review of Season 3 And Is (SPOILER) Really Gone?

The Handmaid’s Diaries: Episode 1.05 – Faithful

Let’s break down The Handmaid’s Tale episode 1.05, “Faithful”. We’ll cover why this episode continues the excellent run from the show so far, and why “desperation” is a hell of a drug.

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The Handmaid’s Diaries: Episode 1.05 – Faithful

The Handmaid’s Diaries: Episode 1.04 – Nolite Te Bastardes Carborundorum

  Today we’re discussing The Handmaid’s Tale episode 1.04: Nolite Te Bastardes Carborundorum – including ideas of hope, a confusing tale of rebellion, and silence being key…

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The Handmaid’s Diaries: Episode 1.04 – Nolite Te Bastardes Carborundorum

The Handmaid’s Diaries: Episodes 1-3

  Welcome to the Handmaid’s Diaries – an informal live-time series as Mary and Blake watch The Handmaid’s Tale.  Today we’re discussing episodes 1.01 “Offred”, 1.02 “Birth Day”, and 1.03 “Late”.

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The Handmaid’s Diaries: Episodes 1-3

Matthew’s Proposal To Lady Mary: The Most Romantic Scene In Television

  The Christmas time proposal between Matthew and Lady Mary Crawley is absolutely the most romantic scene in television.  Buy why? Let’s take a look…

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Matthew’s Proposal To Lady Mary: The Most Romantic Scene In Television