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[Thursday, December 9th, 2010 02:05 pm GMT -5 | 5 Comments | 96,895 views]
Romance Under the Boardwalk Empire

The first season has just ended, and as fans of this wonderful new show from yet another successful and talented “The Sopranos” alum (Terrence Winter), boy, we are in for a treat.
Great writing, acting, production design and not to mention production values, there is only so much more to come to look forward to.  Who knew that Steve Buscemi could not only carry a show as the lead, but kick ass and take names?  Good …

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[Monday, December 6th, 2010 10:29 am GMT -5 | Comments Off | 2,723 views]
Chuck Versus The Leftovers

Just a few episodes ago, we were introduced to this seasons Big Bad, Alexei Volkoff (played by the former Bond, Timothy Dalton).  His big reveal was saved for the end of the episode, so we weren’t given a lot of time to get to know him for who he really is.  Needless to say, whatever your expectations were, Monday’s episode most likely shattered them.
Team Bartowski captures Chuck’s mother Mary, aka Agent Frost (Linda Hamilton!), which …

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[Monday, December 6th, 2010 10:28 am GMT -5 | Comments Off | 3,767 views]
Chuck Versus Phase Three Review

Another review so soon?  I guess that’s what happens you don’t space things out evenly!
The show is called Chuck, but for the first half of this episode, it should have been called Sarah.  It was totally her show last night.  Chuck only showed up briefly in the opening having a bizarre, but hilarious, dream involving Sarah and Lester.  It was great hearing the two of them using the shows term of “flashing” so sexually.
Sarah was …

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[Tuesday, November 23rd, 2010 12:11 am GMT -5 | No Comment | 4,886 views]
The Walking Dead: Episode 3 Review

Firstly, my apologies for being a bit late on this review. I felt I needed to watch this one twice due to all the personal relationships being re-established in this episode.
I really enjoyed the opening scene with Merle talking about his war experiences. We knew as the audience that he had nobody to converse with and at times I almost felt like he was talking to the Cameraman but his dialogue went between  his ramblings …

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[Monday, November 22nd, 2010 11:58 pm GMT -5 | No Comment | 2,579 views]
Chuck vs. The Fear of Death Review

Chuck. It’s perhaps one of my favorite shows to tune in to. It skillfully meshes comedy, action and drama into a wonderful hour of television. I can think of only a handful of times in the shows 4 seasons where an episode was weak. This past Monday’s episode was not one of the weaker ones.
Opening on the heels of the previous episode, Chuck (played by Zachary Levi) has lost the Intersect, …

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[Monday, November 15th, 2010 12:53 am GMT -5 | No Comment | 3,889 views]
Community Season 2, Episode 8: Cooperative Calligraphy

Hey gang. First let me issue a few apologies. It’s been a crazy hectic few days and I havent been able to rewatch this past week’s episode til tonight. In case you didn’t catch it, this week was a bottle episode.

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[Tuesday, November 9th, 2010 08:55 pm GMT -5 | No Comment | 1,698 views]
The Walking Dead: Episode 2 ‘Guts, Guts and yet more Guts’

The episode title of this the 2nd episode of the 1st series is short but oh so accurate. Not only is it so viscerally displayed to the viewer but it sums up the emotional reserves that the characters are drawing on as well as the actions they will take to escape alive. While I do rehash some of the plot, I would hope that you have seen the things that I have seen along the way.

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[Friday, November 5th, 2010 09:17 pm GMT -5 | 3 Comments | 4,848 views]
Community Season 2, Episode 7: Aerodynamics of Gender

“Community” is awesome. Let’s go ahead and put that out there. Last night’s episode had many of the traits that has endeared the show to this viewer, namely fast paced dialogue that is actually quite sharp for a network show as well as the trademark goofiness. Also in this week’s episode, a fair amount of racists (not expected, but still well done and amusing).