2017, Week 4: Better than the Bears

2017, Week 4: Packers 35, Bears 14

Rodgers Bears

The Packers have now officially won more games against the Bears than the Bears have won against the Pack. The Packers now lead the all-time series against the Bears, something I have wanted for so long. Now it’s just up to the Pack to win again on my birthday at Soldier Field in order to have that wrapped up for another year.

+: Jordy Nelson. He caught two touchdown passes and nearly had a third on a long bomb from Aaron Rodgers. His performance was outstanding and makes him well-deserving of the + Player of the Week award.

-: Damarious Randall. He got burned bad on a touchdown pass for the Bears in the first half, then went MIA in the second half. Who knows where he went, but obviously this is not good.

2017 Green Bay Packers: 3-1

Next week: at Dallas (Sunday, 10/7)

Suzuka 19-20: What an absolute jerk!

Suzuka episodes 19-20 review

Suzuka 20(Btw, this is not Yamato.)

Honoka breaks up with Yamato, but not because he attempted to rape her. No, it’s because he’s always got Suzuka on his mind. Honoka, it’s okay to dump him over the rape. The Suzuka stuff is minor. Any boy who tries to rape you ought to be in jail, not your boyfriend.

Then that jerk Yamato goes and tells Suzuka that he broke up with her because she was annoying! He’s a liar, a cheat, a rapist, and an utter jerk. Right now I kind of hope he does end up with Suzuka because Suzuka’s perfect for him… a cold hard b****. Those two fit perfectly with each other.

In other words, Suzuka the series has gone downhill fast.

Episode 19 rating (out of four stars): **

Episode 20 rating: *1/2

HxH 67: Jell-O

Hunter x Hunter episode 67 review

HxH 67

15 players including Gon and Killua decide to finally get serious about completing the game, which begs the question: what are all the others doing? Are they even trying anymore? Since we’ve been told conflicting things about the fate of those in the game, like whether they’re stuck there or not, or whether they’re dead or not, or whether it’s even a game or not, I’m not going to question their motivation for completing the game, but I will question their competency. How have so few people figured out this game at this point?

This episode was dull, plodding, pedantic; aside from Killua’s argument with the girl whose chest jiggles, there wasn’t much to write home about. We haven’t gotten to the part that takes forever yet, also known as the second-most mind-boggling moment in Hunter x Hunter history. (Not the stupidest, just really confusing.)

Episode rating (out of four stars): *