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Superstore Finale: EP Weighs In On Amy and Jonah's 'Reckless Leap Forward'

Warning: The following contains spoilers from Superstores Season 3 finale. Superstore finally went there. In Thursdays Season 3 finale, Amy and Jonah had sex but unbeknownst to them, the backroom romp was being broadcast to every Cloud 9 in the world. We should explain: In the episode, Jonah and Amy rallied their fellow coworkers [] http://tvline.com/2018/05/03/superstore-season-3-finale-recap-jonah-amy-sex/

Superstore Recap: And the Father Is...

This weeksSuperstore confirmed the identity of Amys baby daddy. The episode picked up moments after Amy reveals to Jonah that shes pregnant. And while an overwhelming 75 percent of TVLine readers suspected that she was about to tell Jonah that he was the father, she instead confirmed that the child-to-be is in fact Adams. Jonah [] http://tvline.com/2018/04/26/superstore-recap-season-3-episode-21-amy-pregnant-jonah-or-adam-father/

Superstore Recap: Positive Thinking Amy Delivers Some Big News

The following contains spoilers from Thursdays Superstore. At least one life was forever changed by the events of this weeks Superstore. And maybe, just maybe, two were? In the episode, Amy reveals to Dina and Cheyenne that she thought she was pregnant a few weeks back, but a store-brand pregnancy test came back negative. Then [] http://tvline.com/2018/04/19/superstore-recap-amy-pregnant-season-3-jonah-kiss/

Superstore Premiere Recap: Amy and Jonah Kissed So Now What?

Superstore reopened its doors on Thursday, immediately addressing Amy and Jonahs twister-fueled kiss. The Season 3 premiere picks up two months after the tornado. The grand reopening of Cloud 9 has arrived, but the store is nowhere near ready. Glenn, who has spent the summer agonizing over whether he now believes in Allah, misread instructions [] //tvline.com/2017/09/28/superstore-season-3-premiere-recap-amy-getting-divorced/

Superstore Review: Who Should Win the “Integrity Award”?

On occasion, comedy shows can venture too far into what I like to call "cringe territory". While well-meaning and still operating within the confines of a created and established character, stories can go too far or become uncomfortable. Superstore may have stuck its toe over that line this week, but within a still funny and compelling character episode. This week on Superstore: Amy takes Jonah along to help her parents move out of their house, and he teaches her some important attitude changes. Glenn is eager to be nominated for an integrity award that Cloud 9 is offering, but Garrett turns out to also be in the running, which ignites a competition. Dina tries to use Mateo’s relationship with Jeff to get things accomplished around the store. READ MORE...

Superstore Review: How Does Everyone Handle the “Super Hot Store”?

Have you ever worked in a retail store? If you have, you know that for the most part, it’s difficult to control the internal temperature. If you haven’t worked in a retail store, you may have notified a powerless employee that the store is too hot or too cold, even though there’s nothing they can do. Superstore‘s depiction of the retail work environment is not only spot-on accurate, but also hysterical. Not only does it make you think twice about how you act when you’re shopping, but it makes you laugh while doing so. This week on Superstore: The store’s temperature reaches critical mass, causing Amy, Jonah, and Marcus to get mad at each other, which turns into a standoff with the warehouse workers. Garrett and Dina, meanwhile, rekindle their relationship while occupying the only cool spot in the store. Glenn takes Cheyenne with him and tries to fix the heat. First of all, I just want to reiterate: If you have told a retail worker that it’s too hot or cold in their store, A) they already know, and B) it’s just going to make them hate you. Got it? Good. READ MORE...

Superstore Review: Cloud 9 Celebrates “Valentine’s Day”

In retail, holidays can easily become the bane of your existence. It seems like the store is always prepping for the next big holiday, then clearing it all out in a day and setting up for the next one that’s 2-3 months away. Superstore has always done a stellar job of capturing what real life is like inside a retail store, and (in several ways) "Valentine’s Day" lives up to that standard. This week on Superstore: Glenn and Amy decide to play matchmaker for Myrtle, but it spectacularly backfires. Mateo has reached his wits end with Sandra’s pretend relationship. Jonah goes undercover to help Dina catch a shoplifter, but ends up making a love connection instead. The approach to the holidays is what struck me most about this episode, and how it’s eerily reminiscent of my retail days. But perhaps the most parallel element is not the store decorations or mass amounts of candy, but the actual pairing off of employees. I’ve known lots of people over the years who have matched just because they both worked at the same store. Making love connections at work is common, but in a retail store it happens by the truckload. READ MORE...

Superstore Fall Finale Review: The Holidays Are Dark In Retail

As an ex-retail employee (I know, I harp on that a lot), there are two things that still give me nightmares: the holiday season in general, and Black Friday. So it’s only natural that Superstore tackles these important parts of a retail year. Obviously, some of the creative force behind this show has worked in retail, because these episodes hit so close to home, and deal with so many things that retail employees deal with. It’s pretty incredible, really. This week on Superstore: Glenn hires Amy’s husband to join the rest of the seasonal help for the holidays, which causes some friction for Amy. Jonah starts a pool to see which temp will quit their job first. Glenn holds auditions for the store’s Santa Claus. In the second episode, the store does its best to handle the crowds and rampant illness on Black Friday. READ MORE...

Superstore Review: “Election Day” Madness

I’m not sure Superstore can get much better. At least, that’s what I tell myself every week. But then it comes out with a new episode that simultaneously develops the characters and lampoons something relevant and real, like the election. Each episode I tune into pushes my infatuation with this show ever deeper. I ain’t even mad. This week on Superstore: Cloud 9 is a polling location, so Amy and Jonah create a new pamphlet to combat the corporation favoring one that Cloud 9 is peddling. Glenn and Dina accidentally lose around 50 ballots, and then try to pin the "crime" on the other one. Amy meets Jonah’s new "friend". Mateo tries desperately to get a voting sticker, so that Dina won’t know that he’s undocumented. READ MORE...

Superstore Review: Jonah & Mateo Rule “Dog Adoption Day”

Superstore is having the opposite of a sophomore slump. As a matter of fact, it’s really found a groove early in it’s second season. I know it can be tacky to continually rave about a show for several weeks running. But before our very eyes, Superstore is full of heart, hilarious, and is meeting every challenge that it sets for itself. So gushing may be tacky, but gush I shall, until everyone I know watches. This week on Superstore: Jonah and Mateo are partnered up to work the store’s dog adoption promotion. They begin to take it seriously when they find out the dogs not adopted will be euthanized. Meanwhile, Cheyenne and Bo are fighting, which pushes Bo to think about their future, and Cheyenne to consider another admirer. Garrett decides to be a stickler for the rules to Dina. READ MORE...