First things first: I am in love with this episode title [Chuck Versus The Masquerade]. It sounds like something out of a comic book, and I think it’s cool.
It’s a wonder Fringe even bothers with the week-to-week cases. Yes, they are part of the show’s DNA as a more approachable way to bring in viewers, but when you have episodes as strong as last season’s “Peter”, this season’s “Entrada” and now “Subject 13”, who needs...
Change can be scary. Change can also be hopeful. Change can also be really useful when you’re so broke you’re reduced to conning tips in a club bathroom. But change can also be a force for progress. Tonight’s Parks and Rec moved the marker forward in a number of...
I am generally opposed to TV episodes that take place in a character’s head, as they lend themselves to bad writing.
You know what I learned from this week’s Justified? Nothing good ever happens on a school bus. Especially if it’s stolen. That goes double if it’s got drugs inside. But as usual, when things go bad, it makes for great TV.
I wasn’t a huge fan of last week’s Chuck, but this week’s episode more than makes up for it. It’s another fun adventure, but more importantly, it’s an episode that really places a strong emphasis on the characters and their relationships – the things that I love most about this show.
As we established with my review of last week’s Hawaii Five-O, I really like it when things blow up. I especially like it when it comes as part of a great plot.
Time and time again, though we give credit to the show’s intense science bent and mythology of the parallel universes, Fringe reminds us that all of this happens because of the actions of real people. The entire crux of the Fringe cases of the week are that they occur...
Nikita knows how to hook me. Last week, it gave me some of my favorite scenes ever to be had on this show, and now this. It just keeps getting better.
If you read my advance review, you’ll know I really, really liked tonight’s episode of Justified. And even though it’s been a few weeks and I’ve seen it a few times more? I still really, really like this episode.