Woah Folks, I Had Another Dream - Episode 1.07 - Part 7

Woah Folks, I Had Another Dream
1x07 - “Part 7”

By: Jessica Boggs

Previously on Woah Folks, I Had Another Dream, Amanda uncovers some strange things about Jane
Doe. First, she had a dream about having a conversation about her father in prison. Then her father tells
her this: “The root of the problem is not where you can see, is where you can’t.” In this episode, Amanda
is even more closer to the truth than ever.

Amanda (narrating): Well, Jane Doe sounded pretty cold on the phone. Somehow, the dream about
getting to the unseen root of the problem was pretty weird.

Amanda’s Dad: The root of the problem is not where you can see, it is where you can’t.
Amanda: Where I can’t?
Amanda’s Dad: Where you can’t. You often cannot see the motives behind the problem.
Amanda: But I have been having dreams. Haunting dreams.
Amanda’s Dad: It sounds frightening.
Amanda: I know.
Amanda’s Dad: Just be careful, okay?
Amanda: I will, Dad.


Amanda freaks out entirely.

Amanda (narrating): This is not good. This is not good at all. I can’t see the root of where my dreams
are coming from. I need to go to her office now.

She then exits the scene.

Amanda rushes into Jane Doe’s office.

Amanda: Jane? Jane!?!? JANE!!!!

No response.

Amanda: I need to see you. Where the hell are you?

Still, no response.

Amanda (muttering): S***.

Suddenly, she sees a police officer checking the scene.

Officer: You! Hands up where I can see them!

Amanda turns around. She quickly puts her hands up.

Amanda: Yes, sir!
Officer: Amanda, what exactly are you doing here?
Amanda: I’m looking for a therapist. Jane Doe. That may not be her real name though.
Officer (holding out a picture): Do you recognize this photo? We are looking for Sarah Lynn Turner,
who has disappeared for years on end.

Amanda then snatches the photo.

Amanda (in shock): Oh my God, that is her!
Officer: Who is?
Amanda: The therapist!
Officer: Whoa! You mean to say that she is going by an alias?

This happens to be the biggest cliffhanger to a thrilling penultimate episode. Next week, on this story’s
thrilling conclusion, it will be the full truth and nothing but the truth! That is all for this episode of
Woah Folks, I Had Another Dream!


WOAH FOLKS, I HAD ANOTHER DREAM is one of The TV Ratings Guide's first ORIGINAL SERIES, an exclusive feature of  The TV Ratings Guide.

WOAH FOLKS, I HAD ANOTHER DREAM is written and executive produced by Jessica Boggs and production is overseen by TVRGO as well as Boggs Productions. 


Tuesday Cable Ratings 10/30/18: Mayans MC and The Guest Book Tick Up

Below are the Top 25 programs on cable on Tuesday, 10/30/18. Items of note include Mayans MC on FX, The Guest Book on TBS, and Channel Zero on Syfy.
(Note: Click any show with its name in green or blue to be taken to its page in the TV Ratings Guide Cable Ratings Database.)
18-49 Viewers
Viewers (mil.)
WWE EntertainmentUSA0.732.11
The ChallengeMTV0.520.79
Mayans MCFX0.491.23
Below DeckBravo0.481.39
The PurgeUSA0.370.92
Tucker Carlson TonightFox News0.353.13
The Haves and the Have NotsOWN0.341.83
CFP Rankings ShowESPN0.340.93
HannityFox News0.333.02
Basketball: A Love StoryESPN0.320.73
Ink MasterParamount0.310.67
The Rachel Maddow ShowMSNBC0.32.95
The Ingraham AngleFox News0.292.72
The Guest BookTBS0.280.87
Tosh.0Comedy Central0.280.55
Pardon the InterruptionESPN0.270.81
Basketball: A Love StoryESPN0.260.65
Flipping OutBravo0.250.78
Anderson Cooper 360CNN0.251.28
The FiveFox News0.252.76
CNN TonightCNN0.241.21

Highlights Below the Chart:

Channel ZeroSyfy0.060.26

Tuesday TV Ratings 10/30/18: The Kids Are Alright and Other ABC Comedies Tick Up, This Is Us Steady (UPDATED)

Finals Update: The Flash (+0.1) adjusted up.
18-49 Ratings
Viewers (mil)
8 PMThe Conners1.8/87.75ABC

The Voice1.6/78.83NBC


The Flash0.7/31.73The CW

The Gifted0.6/32.03Fox
8:30 PMThe Kids Are Alright1.3/65.45ABC
9 PMThis Is Us2.1/98.80NBC



Lethal Weapon0.6/32.70Fox

Black Lightning0.3/11.02The CW
9:30 PMSplitting Up Together0.9/43.30ABC
10 PMNew Amsterdam1.3/66.79NBC

NCIS: New Orleans0.9/47.60CBS

The Rookie0.8/44.46ABC

The Conners Season 1 Halloween Special Review

It's time for the first Halloween special of The Conners. Well, in a way. The original Roseanne was well-known for its annual Halloween specials that always brought spooky and funny together in a great way. While the revival didn't get a chance to do a Halloween special, The Conners will still be getting the honor of delivering what will hopefully be a frightfully fun Halloween special this year.

Harris just passed her driving test, and she wants to drive Roseanne's old car, which Dan won't allow. Meanwhile, Jackie tells Dan and Darlene about her new boyfriend, Peter, who she really likes and wants to introduce to the family at their Halloween party. The next day, Mark is really upset because he can't wear his Halloween costume to school. Darlene tells him they can change his costume, but Dan wants her to fight back for Mark to have the right to wear whatever he wants. Darlene refuses to get involved and she goes off to a job interview.

Darlene's job interview doesn't go very well, and the boss tells her immediately that she's not getting the job. Meanwhile, Harris is still trying to get Dan to let her drive Roseanne's old car, but he still won't give her a yes, instead choosing to play tricks on her. Mark also comes down in his new Frida Kahlo costume, which everyone loves. At the Halloween party, Jackie introduces Peter to the family. He bores Dan, who keeps trying to escape. At the school Halloween carnival, Mark is told that he can't come in with his new costume, because that might also be offensive.

Mark begs for his principal to let himself into the carnival into the carnival, and Darlene yells at him to change his mind, but he still won't change his mind. Harris pesters Dan about the car again, telling him that she needs it for a new job. Dan finally agrees, on the condition that she drives him to work for a month to make sure she can drive without hurting anyone. Mark tells Dan about their experience at the carnival, and he's just happy that they stood up for themselves.

While it wasn't quite as good as some of the original Halloween specials, this was still a very strong episode that had a bunch of fun plots. The strongest element of the episode was absolutely Darlene and Mark's plot, featuring the quest for an appropriate Halloween costume. It was really entertaining and quite funny, and it was made even better by Darlene losing it on Mark's principal. The other plots didn't get nearly as much attention, but they were also pretty strong. I would have liked Jackie's plot to get more attention, mostly because she's been underutilized all season, but what we saw of it was great, and hopefully it leads to a bigger plot for her in the coming episodes. Also, as always, the Conner family has the best costumes on TV.

Score: 9/10
Grade: A-

Dancing With the Stars Season 27 Episode 8 Review

I haven't been able to review Dancing With the Stars since the season 27 premiere, but I'm finally caught up on the show and I'm able to review it, just in time for one of my favorite weeks: Halloween week! I'm hoping for all the dances to be spooktacular, and not just downright scary.

Mary Lou Retton & Sasha:
I've been a big fan of Mary Lou this season, but this was one of her weaker routines. While it was still fun to watch and wholly entertaining, it wasn't as technically excellent as her dances in the past two weeks.
Score: 8

Milo Manheim and Witney:
This was just pure, absolute perfection. I've never disliked any of Milo's dances, and he's always been really good, but this was his first dance that I would say is perfect. It was delightfully spooky, and definitely my favorite dance of the season so far.
Score: 10

Evanna Lynch & Keo:
Evanna has been underscored all season long, and she's finally getting the recognition she deserves, luckily. This dance was amazing, entertaining from start to finish and technically perfect. I've always enjoyed watching Evanna dancing, but this week's dance was definitely her best. Dancing for her own satisfaction and not for the judges worked wonders for her.
Score: 10

Bobby Bones & Sharna:
Bobby always seems so excited just to be on the show, and that really reflects in his dancing. He's a little sloppy on the dance floor, but he definitely is getting better, and he's starting to control that a bit. I still noticed it a little in this dance, but not as much as before, so I can easily say that this was his best dance so far.
Score: 8

Juan Pablo Di Pace & Cheryl:
Juan Pablo has been one of the better dancers of the season, and that held true this week. This was his best dance yet, and he did the jive justice this week with a fun, creepy routine that was a spectacular way to close out the night. Also, his costumers were on point.
Score: 10

Alexis Ren & Alan Bersten:
Alexis and Alan's chemistry continues to be off the charts, and she remains one of my favorites in the competition, but this was a small step down from Disney week's phenomenal Foxtrot. It was certainly a sweet little treat, but it wasn't one of the night's finest.
Score: 9

John Schneider & Emma:
I really have to disagree with the judges on their scores here, but I will agree with them that this was one of the night's weakest dances. It was far from being John's best dance (it was actually one of his weakest so far), but he still did an admirable job and the dance was still very entertaining. It fit the holiday very nicely, but it wasn't as refined as it should have been.
Score: 7

Grocery Story Joe Amabile & Jenna:
This was the night's biggest shock, and it's not even close. After the absolute dumpster fire that was his trio dance, he saw some moderate improvement last week that blossomed into a major improvement this week. The dance still wasn't phenomenal, but it actually wasn't the worst of the night for a change. Joe actually looked like he was enjoying himself for once, and that went a long way. Hopefully he enjoys himself next week, too.
Score: 7

DeMarcus Ware & Lindsay:
DeMarcus hasn't quite lived up to the potential he showed on premiere night, and I would call him a middle-of-the-pack performer thus far. However, this dance was definitely his best so far and it really showed me why I loved his first dance so much.
Score: 9

Dancers of the Night: Milo & Witney
Honorable Mention: Juan Pablo & Cheryl

Worst of the Night: John & Emma
(Dis)Honorable Mention: Joe & Jenna

Rankings for the Week:
1- Milo & Witney
2- Juan Pablo & Cheryl
3- Evanna & Keo
4- Alexis & Alan
5- DeMarcus & Lindsay
6- Mary Lou & Sasha
7- Bobby & Sharna
8- Joe & Jenna
9- John & Emma

While I was unhappy with the night's elimination (Mary Lou got robbed!!!), the night was a very fun one overall. There were a ton of excellent performances, and even some of the weaker ones were still wildly entertaining. I actually only planned on watching half of the episode the night it aired while saving the rest for another night, but it was so much fun that I watched it in its entirety. I'm glad that, after a somewhat-lackluster start to the season, the show is back to being a real treat.
Score: 8.5/10
Grade: B+

NBC Renew/Cancel, Week 3: Blindspot Will be Put in the Rear-View Mirror

It's been a little while since our last NBC Renew/Cancel, but there's been a few Friday premieres on the Peacock Network recently, so it's time for an update! Stay tuned for initial predictions for Midnight, Texas and Blindspot, as well as predictions for the rest of NBC's lineup.

Certain Cancellation:
Midnight, Texas

Likely Cancellation: 
I Feel Bad

Leans Cancellation:

Pure Toss-Up:

Leans Renewal: 

Likely Renewal:
Chicago Med
New Amsterdam

Certain Renewal:
Chicago Fire
Chicago PD
The Good Place
Law & Order: SVU
Saturday Night Live
This Is Us

Already Renewed:
Will & Grace

Already Canceled/Final Season:

Coming Soon:
The Blacklist
Brooklyn Nine-Nine
Good Girls
The Village
AP Bio
The InBetween

Blindspot: It hasn't been a strong show since season one, but Blindspot looks particularly awful this time around. It's down about 40% from last season despite being in the same timeslot. It already hit a new series low just two weeks into the season, and it didn't get any better in the next week. On top of that, it's now in its fourth season, which means it doesn't need any further episodes to make it to syndication. With WB being the show's producer and distributor, NBC really doesn't have any incentive to keep this low-rated veteran around for a fifth season. It's starting as a likely cancellation, but you could probably make an argument for an even lower placement.

Midnight, Texas: In a move that made absolutely no sense, NBC renewed this Summer series after a lengthy wait back in February, just to throw it in an undesirable Friday timeslot behind the struggling Blindspot. As expected, it did terrible with a 0.4, two tenths lower than its previous low of 0.6. While a show near syndication could survive on that in this low-priority slot, Midnight will have aired just 19 episodes by the conclusion of the second season, so syndication is far off for it. There's no real incentive for NBC to drag this one along any further, so it's starting out as a certain cancellation, which is certainly a... unique achievement.

I Feel Bad: I feel confused about where to place this show, but I do feel like its odds of returning are pretty low. With its recent 0.5s, the show is showing that it deserves to be yanked from the schedule more than it deserves a renewal. Still, previous NBC comedy renewals have been a bit questionable, so I'm just not sure this one's completely out of the game just yet. It really should be downgraded, but this isn't the time, and it remains just a likely cancellation.

What do you think of my predictions? What are you predicting for the NBC lineup? Let me know in the comments below!

Monday Cable Ratings 10/29/18: Halloween Baking Championship Slips for Finale, but Still Tops 2017 Season Ender

Below are the Top 25 programs on cable on Monday, 10/29/18. Items of note include the finale of Halloween Baking Championship on Food Network, WWE on USA, and Monday Night Football on ESPN.
(Note: Click any show with its name in yellow or blue to be taken to its page in the TV Ratings Guide Cable Ratings Database.)
18-49 Viewers
Viewers (mil.)
Monday Night FootballESPN3.5410.85
Monday Night KickoffESPN1.254.36
WWE EntertainmentUSA0.962.72
Love & Hip Hop HollywoodVH10.891.86
WWE EntertainmentUSA0.862.46
WWE EntertainmentUSA0.822.24
TI & TinyVH10.591.34
Teen MomMTV0.510.92
Real Housewives of Orange Co.Bravo0.491.35
Halloween Baking ChampionshipFood0.441.57
Monday Night CountdownESPN0.41.07
Street Outlaws: MemphisDiscovery0.30.91
Teen Mom: Young & PregnantMTV0.290.58
Pardon the InterruptionESPN0.280.83
The Ingraham AngleFox News0.282.92
The Rachel Maddow ShowMSNBC0.272.81
Love It or List ItHGTV0.271.12
Tucker Carlson TonightFox News0.262.78
HannityFox News0.252.84
The FiveFox News0.242.64
American PickersHistory0.221.13
The Daily ShowComedy Central0.220.74
Special ReportFox News0.212.55

Sunday Cable Ratings 10/28/18: Ray Donovan Weak for Return, Haunted Gingerbread Showdown Rises to New High for Finale

Below are the Top 24 programs on cable on Sunday, 10/28/18. Items of note include the premiere of Ray Donovan on Showtime, the finale of Haunted Gingerbread Showdown on Food Network, and The Last Ship on TNT.
(Note: Click any show with its name in orange to be taken to its page in the TV Ratings Guide Cable Ratings Database.)
18-49 Viewers
Viewers (mil.)
The Walking DeadAMC1.955.10
NFL FootballNFL1.333.59
NFL Post-GameNFL0.822.07
90 Day FiancéTLC0.631.85
Talking DeadAMC0.61.82
Halloween WarsFood0.511.56
Keeping Up with the KardashiansE!0.420.88
Married to MedicineBravo0.381.07
Haunted Gingerbread ShowdownFood0.361.05
NASCAR: MartinsvilleNBCSN0.322.15
NFL CountdownESPN0.320.88
Doctor WhoBBC America0.320.90
Alaska: The Last FrontierDiscovery0.312.11
Dream Corp LLCAdult Swim0.290.55
SpongeBob SquarePantsNickelodeon0.280.52
NFL Pre-KickNFL0.270.75
Last Week TonightHBO0.270.92
MLB World Series Game 5Fox Deportes0.260.58
NASCAR StartNBCSN0.241.61
The Last ShipTNT0.231.12

Highlighs Below the Chart:

Anthony Bourdain: Parts UnknownCNN0.130.66
Ray DonovanShowtime0.120.81
The DeuceHBO0.110.48
The CircusShowtime0.040.24