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Lacy Baugher

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Alexandria, VA, United States

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Past articles by Lacy:

The Flash Season 9 Episode 1: Barry, Iris, the Time Loop, and More!

The Flash showrunner Eric Wallace breaks down the Season 9 premiere, and tells fans what’s ahead for the West-Allen relationship in the so-called “season of Barry and Iris”. → Read More

Vikings: Valhalla Season 2 Is Bigger and Bloodier Than Ever

Vikings: Valhalla Season 2 broadens the size and scope of its world in every conceivable way. → Read More

How Lord of the Rings’ Eowyn Turned a Generation of Fantasy Fans Into Horse Girls

Why Eowyn remains one of the most important characters in Lord of the Rings and in the fantasy genre. → Read More

The White Lotus Season 2 Ending Explained: Who Died And What Happened to Everyone Else

Here's who lives, who dies, and who leaves Italy changed forever in The White Lotus season 2 finale. → Read More

How House of the Dragon Can Redeem Alicent Hightower in Season 2

House of the Dragon's frequent time jumping robbed Alicent Hightower of some character development. But season 2 can fix that. → Read More

Resident Alien’s ET Infant Makes a Case for Baby Yoda Status

Alan Tudyk and Terry O'Quinn shine in a weirdly wholesome Resident Alien two-hander. → Read More

Galadriel Is the Most Fascinating Character in The Rings of Power

In a sea of new characters on The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power, a familiar elf stands out as a unique heroine. → Read More

The Rings of Power: What’s Going On With the Meteor and the Stranger?

The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power kicks off with a "meteor man" mystery fans are trying to solve... → Read More

Star Trek: Strange New Worlds Episode 10 Review – A Quality of Mercy

The Star Trek: Strange New Worlds season 1 finale pits Captain Pike against fate itself. → Read More

Star Trek: Strange New Worlds Episode 4 Review – Memento Mori

A horror-tinged face-off with a classic franchise villain proves there's basically nothing Star Trek: Strange New Worlds can't do. → Read More

Star Trek: Strange New Worlds Episode 1 Review

The first episode of Star Trek: Strange New Worlds is a thrilling return to the foundational principles of the franchise, anchored by Anson Mount's fantastic central performance. → Read More

Star Trek: Picard Season 2 Episode 9 Review – Hide and Seek

The penultimate episode of Star Trek: Picard Season 2 has plenty of action, but what often feels like a deeply messy and often pointless plot. → Read More

Captain Pike Represents a Brighter Future

It turns out that the story of a good man is still one that's worth telling. → Read More

Star Trek: Picard Season 2 Episode 8 Review – Mercy

The pacing of Star Trek: PIcard Season 2 is starting to become a problem. → Read More

The Flash Will Apparently Never Let Caitlin Snow Catch a Break

The Flash surely loves to break Caitlin Snow's heart. → Read More

How Bridgerton Season 2 Fails Kate Sharma

Bridgerton Season 2's leading lady deserves better. → Read More

Star Trek: Picard Season 2 Episode 3 Review – Assimilation

Picard and friends travel back to 2024 in the hopes the mysterious Watcher will be able to help them fix their own timeline. → Read More

Star Trek: Picard Season 2 Episode 1 Review: The Star Gazer

Star Trek: Picard returns to our screens doing the things it does best—and brings back two franchise favorites in the process. → Read More

Why We Need More of Seven of Nine's Story in Picard (and Everywhere Else)

Seven of Nine’s return to the Trek universe is groundbreaking in more ways than one. → Read More

Why You Should Rewatch Daredevil Right Now

Daredevil and the other Marvel Netflix shows are being removed from Netflix, here’s why you should watch it while you still can, and why established fans should mobilize. → Read More