Normally, Wednesday is not a noteworthy day.
It is true that she can be distinguished from her ugly, mean, cruel sister by the name of Monday.
She is not Tuesday, which is really Monday in disguise.
However, she does not even have the title of Friday Eve, like Tuesday.
And she sure is not that sexy, elusive motherfucker by the name of Friday.
But now, Wednesday has something to set her apart from her sisters now.
It makes her unique. It makes her stand out.
And that something is the show Castle Rock.
The anticipation begins to build within me throughout the week.
Every morning, I wake up.
As the radio alarm blares out the annoying music our local station plays and my dogs start barking and demanding that I get up, I take a moment to reflect upon what day it is.
As the week goes on, my hope builds up.
And finally, it is Wednesday.
I may have to drag myself out of bed and do my half ass attempts at “adulting,” but at least I know that I can come home, plop down on the couch, and spend approximately the next 53 minutes or so in the world that is the love child of JJ Abrams and Stephen King.
And then the cycle begins all over again once I am done.
I love it, I wouldn’t have it any other way.
So join me in my recap and review of episode 6, titled Filter.
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