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The Superstore series finale is so perfect, it will bring tears to your eyes
March 25th, 2021 under Lauren Ash, Superstore. [ Comments: none ]

Tonight at 8p on NBC, Superstore says goodbye with a one-hour season finale. A finale that surpassed my expectations. If I could hug it, I would.

The hour starts off with Amy (America Ferrera) telling them that Zephra is closing 95% of their stores because they are going digital. She heard that a representative is going around to all of the stores to see which ones to keep and close down. Therefore, Amy says that she will fly back to St. Louis to help try to save the store. Will she be able to do it? How will Jonah (Ben Feldman) react when he sees his ex?

Since this is the final episode, you can kind of guess what is going to happen to Cloud 9. However, we don’t know what is going to happen to our favorite employees. Glenn (Mark McKinney) is no spring chicken; is this the end of the road for him? Who would want Dina (Lauren Ash) and her tough-as-nails attitude? Mateo (Nico Santos) is undocumented, so he is unhirable; can he find someone to hire him? Garrett (Colton Dunn) is as grumpy as ever, so what does he want to do with the next chapter of his life? Cheyenne (Nichole Sakura) needs a job because she is the breadwinner in her house. Can she find one that is perfect for her? Then there are those like Sandra (Kaliko Kauahi) and Marcus (Jon Barinholtz); you already know their story and everyone else’s. We just want them to get a happy ending. Will they get it? Will we get one for Amy and Jonah?

You just have to tune for one of the best series finales I have seen. You won’t be left disappointed like other shows.

Thank you to everyone who worked on this sitcom. I am sad to see you go, but I am happy you go out the way you did.


Cloud 9 gets a big guest on Superstore tonight
March 18th, 2021 under Superstore. [ Comments: none ]

Tonight at 8p on NBC, we are getting the last original episode of Superstore before the series finale next week. Therefore, they are getting a big guest for the occasion, and it is Lowell Anderson.

Who is Lowell Anderson? His dad founded Cloud 9. As soon as Glenn sees him in his store, he rolls the red carpet. Anderson (Dave Foley) wants to make a lot of changes, and Glenn (Mark McKinney) is more than willing to make them.

However, this is Superstore, and his ideas are as eccentric as he is. Will anyone stop him before he goes too far? What do you think happens? Can it be worse than last week’s flood? You will have to tune in to find out. Believe me; you will want to because it is another funny one. Plus, it sets up for the series finale. You also don’t want to miss next week’s one-hour finale.


Superstore takes on systemic racism tonight
January 14th, 2021 under Lauren Ash, Superstore. [ Comments: none ]

Superstore is back for the second half of their final season tonight at 8:30p on NBC, and the comedy is getting serious tonight. As serious as they can when it comes to taking on systemic racism because you have seen the show. It is why we love it.

The episode starts off with Dina (Lauren Ash) revealing a big change that corporate has made at Cloud 9. The black hair products will no longer be locked up. That starts off a whole debate on how that is the smallest thing corporate can do to fix racism in their stores.

Therefore, Dina, who is filling in for a self-quarantining Glenn (Mark McKinney), decides to hold a meeting to determine what can be done to improve things for the minority workers at their store. Garrett (Colton Dunn) becomes the unwilling leader on the task. Mostly because none of his co-workers get where he is coming from or understand how serious this matter is. However, Jonah (Ben Feldman) will try in his own special way. Sweet, sweet Jonah.

Glenn will also try to help, but it goes horribly wrong. Will Garrett finally be able to make a difference?

The thing about comedy is that they can take on something serious and teach you something without making you feel like they are preaching to you. That is what Superstore perfects tonight in this special episode. Then again every episode is perfect. What does have to end?

Order in some pizza and enjoy Nothing But Comedy with Mr. Mayor and Superstore tonight starting at 8p.


The doors are shutting on Superstore
December 4th, 2020 under Lauren Ash, Superstore. [ Comments: none ]

Superstore is NBC’s longest-running comedy. However, come this spring, it will be going up to the big Cloud 9 in the sky. After 6 seasons and 113 episodes, the show will air its final episode.

“We’re grateful to Universal Television and NBC for letting us make 113 episodes of a show we’re so proud of, and for giving us the chance to work with such an incredibly talented group of actors, writers and crew,” said executive producers Justin Spitzer, Gabe Miller and Jonathan Green. “We’re thankful most of all to the viewers who’ve stuck with us for the past six years (or discovered us somewhere along the way). We’ll do our best to go out strong and give you the satisfying ending you deserve.”

Personally, I wish they would have waited to see how the sitcom would do without America Ferrera as its lead before making this decision. I think it would have been fun to watch Dina (Lauren Ash) try to run the asylum, I mean, the Superstore.

The 11 final episodes begin airing on January 14th.


Amy says goodbye on Superstore. Does someone have COVID-19 on Connecting?
November 5th, 2020 under NBC, Superstore. [ Comments: none ]

Tonight at 8p, Superstore celebrates its 100th episode on NBC. To celebrate the milestone, they are going to be saying goodbye to Amy. America Ferrara announced in February that she was leaving the show. However, her departure took a little longer because COVID-19 shut down production before she could get a proper farewell.

Tonight is her last day of work, and she and Jonah (Ben Feldman) are preparing for their move to California. Their co-workers don’t want to see them leave; can they do anything to stop them. Obviously, they can’t stop Amy, but will they be able to keep Jonah?

You have to tune in for an episode that gives at least one character a perfect sendoff.

BTW Am I the only one who will not miss her? Amy is too bossy, and I want these characters to run free and be the worst Cloud 9 employees they can be.

Over on Peacock and, instead of, NBC at 8:30p is a new episode of Connecting…

In this episode, Ben (Preacher Lawson), Pradeep (Parvesh Cheena), Annie (Otmara Marrero), Ellis (Shakina Nayfack), Rufus (Ely Henry), Michelle (Jill Knox), and Garrett (Keith Powell) talk about going to attend their first Black Lives Matter protest.

Ben really wants to do it, but his mother (Loretta Divine) doesn’t want him to because she fears he will get in trouble. She will get her wish when he gets sick. Does he have COVID-19? He will go and get the test to find out.

Since he can’t march with his family, his brother-in-law Garrett goes in his place. Pradeep is going because one of his adopted toddlers is African American, and he wants him to learn about his race. Ellis is marching to support Black Trans people, while Rufus and Annie are attending for the cause. Shortly after they meet up, they all get lost in the crowd. When they get home and Zoom each other, they find out that one of them got arrested.

Which of the seven will spend time in jail? You just have to watch a powerful episode that shows how meaningful these rallies are and how they affect those who attend.


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