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‘Kung Fu’ season 3, episode 7 in conversation: I’m A Good Boy, Mommy

Kung Fu season 3, episode 7 brings the chills with a race to find Xiao after she’s accidentally-on-purpose released into the community center during an attempt to pull her out of Pei-Ling and trap her inside the Harvester’s sword. Read on for our review of “Villains.” Continue reading “‘Kung Fu’ season 3, episode 7 in conversation: I’m A Good Boy, Mommy”

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‘Kung Fu’ season 3, episode 5 in conversation: ACAB but the C stands for corporations

Kung Fu season 3, episode 5 plunges us back into the mythic storyline after last week’s more lighthearted diversion. “Harvest” weaves together our disconnected supernatural storylines with some unexpected twists, opening new paths for the rest of the season. Read on for our review of “Harvest.” Continue reading “‘Kung Fu’ season 3, episode 5 in conversation: ACAB but the C stands for corporations”

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‘Kung Fu’ season 3, episode 4 in conversation: Lil Dumpy is the canary in the coal mine

Kung Fu season 3, episode 4 brings us “Clementine” on steroids. “Harmony” reunites writer Richard Lowe and director Richard Speight, Jr. to bring us the most bonkers episode of Kung Fu yet. Read on for our review of “Harmony.” Continue reading “‘Kung Fu’ season 3, episode 4 in conversation: Lil Dumpy is the canary in the coal mine”

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‘Kung Fu’ season 3, episode 3 in conversation: Hang on, I need to have a childhood flashback

In this week’s Kung Fu Nicky and Henry are finally reunited and we learn more about Henry’s destiny when Nicky rushes to Thailand to save him, only to discover he’s too deep into his magical research to even think about being rescued. Read on for our conversation review of “The Compass.” Continue reading “‘Kung Fu’ season 3, episode 3 in conversation: Hang on, I need to have a childhood flashback”

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‘Kung Fu’ season 3, episode 2 in conversation: Someone’s in someone, is what I’m saying

Kung Fu season 3 episode 2 juggles a lot of different threads — like, a lot — and includes a guest star we’ve long been anticipating as well as one we were totally blindsided by. Read on for our conversation review of “Risk.” Continue reading “‘Kung Fu’ season 3, episode 2 in conversation: Someone’s in someone, is what I’m saying”

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‘Kung Fu’ season 3, episode 1 in conversation: Taking the law into our own hands, as a family

Kung Fu has returned to the CW as part of the network’s fall schedule, with this week’s season 3 premiere picking up a few months after the wreckage of that massive earthquake. Read on for our conversation review of “Shifu.” Continue reading “‘Kung Fu’ season 3, episode 1 in conversation: Taking the law into our own hands, as a family”

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‘Kung Fu’ season 2, episode 13 in conversation: The monk (derogatory) to monk (affectionate) pipeline

This week, Kung Fu wrapped up season 2 with episode 13, “The Source.” With Russell Tan’s plan in motion and San Francisco reeling from his bell-manufactured earthquake, Nicky, Zhilan and Mia must square off against him in the magical realm to attempt to keep him from draining the Warrior/Guardian power source and becoming a god. Read on for our review of “The Source.” Continue reading “‘Kung Fu’ season 2, episode 13 in conversation: The monk (derogatory) to monk (affectionate) pipeline”

‘Kung Fu’ season 2, episode 11 in conversation: Everything’s coming up zombies

Kung Fu season 2, episode 11 offered us some shocking twists, one of which morphed into a different shocking twist. If this is any indication of how the last two episodes will play out, we have more unexpected turns and maybe even a few more startling deaths ahead! Read on for our review of “Bloodline.” Continue reading “‘Kung Fu’ season 2, episode 11 in conversation: Everything’s coming up zombies”

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‘Kung Fu’ season 2, episode 10 in conversation: The healing power of gay love saves the day

Kung Fu season 2, episode 10 had the fraught job of landing last week’s shocking cliffhanger. With Ryan fighting for his life, Nicky struggles with the guilt of putting her family in danger. The crisis tests Nicky’s support system and her dedication to her legacy. Read on for our review of “Destruction.” Continue reading “‘Kung Fu’ season 2, episode 10 in conversation: The healing power of gay love saves the day”

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‘Kung Fu’ season 2, episode 9 in conversation: Mallets all the way down

In addition to a fancy masquerade gala, Kung Fu season 2, episode 9 gives us a cliffhanger worthy of the season finale. Luckily, with 4 more episodes to go, we have plenty of time to see it resolved, so we’re not biting our nails at all — we swear. Read on for our review of “The Enclave.” Continue reading “‘Kung Fu’ season 2, episode 9 in conversation: Mallets all the way down”

‘Kung Fu’ season 2, episode 7 in conversation: Why is my beloved acting so unbeloved?

Kung Fu season 2, episode 7 “The Alchemist” features two daring rescues, a lot of rejection, some day-drinking, father/son hijinks, father/son ultimatums, and a brand new eponymous villain to worry about. Read on for our review of “The Alchemist.” Continue reading “‘Kung Fu’ season 2, episode 7 in conversation: Why is my beloved acting so unbeloved?”

‘Kung Fu’ season 2, episode 6 in conversation: Secret death rock is my new band name

This week’s Kung Fu offers some new revelations, but leaves us with several dramatic cliffhangers, as befits its status as mid-season finale. This plot-thick episode follows several divergent stories, each setting us up for an exciting second half of the season. Read on for our review of “Jyu Sa.” Continue reading “‘Kung Fu’ season 2, episode 6 in conversation: Secret death rock is my new band name”