The RESERVATION DOGS stories might be complete, but I know that Sterlin Harjo is a creator worth watching. “To the next one,” whatever that might be.
“Creator Sterlin Harjo has continued to deliver his promise since the start of season one. He wanted to have the opportunity to tell truths about who his people are. And with DOGS, he has made a universal story that connects all of us through loss, love, and laughter.“
“This show has always been about representing Indigenous people and their stories. With DEER LADY, it’s clear that creator Sterlin Harjo is shining a light on some of our country’s ugly history.
“FRIDAY is a “hangout” episode. It’s fun, light, and fluffy, like a summer popcorn film. It doesn’t move the plot forward significantly, but it’s a nice filler as we move toward the final episodes.”
“RESERVATION DOGS continues to go down the ATLANTA path of television, utilizing different genres to tell unique stories. This week, HOUSE MADE OF BONGS is a flashback episode that’s clearly inspired by DAZED AND CONFUSED. And just like E4 FRIDAY, not much happens to report on.“
“RESERVATION DOGS continues to disguise itself as a show about nothing, but it’s about everything that makes life worth living. You know it’s time to tune in when we get an episode focusing on Cheese (Lane Factor), and E6 does just that.”
“RESERVATION DOGS has always been about the spirits of our past, guiding us to move forward, and WAHOO! heavily leans into this. When we are young, we don’t realize that our inability to take action will have consequences for us when we get older. That slacker vibe is displayed through the kids in the show but is now personified through the parents in subtle, captivating ways.“
“The best episodes of this show take a fun premise, have you laugh, and then get serious by the end. SEND IT follows that formula to smashing success as it reexplores our favorite cameo from the “star people” and discusses how indigenous elders were “robbed of their feelings” due to church-run “schools.”“
“This is, without a doubt, the best episode of DOGS’ stellar final season. Pour yourself a cup of coffee (pie optional), grab your box of Kleenex, and enjoy seeing how these two characters may not have gotten their first pancake right but have a chance to make it up in their second batch.“
E10 DIG 🤩
“After twenty-eight episodes, I would’ve never guessed that Bear, Willie Jack, Cheese, and Elora would provide an emotional character study that’s less about drifting and more about belonging to a community.“
The entire series is available to stream on Hulu FX.