Christopher Pelant is back and is simultaneously more creepy and less threatening than ever before. Agent Flynn returns, briefly. Sweets is back in a suit. Super-cute Priestender is back, too!
The new fall TV season is upon us, and TeamCritique is making sure they’re well stocked in watchin’ snacks and batteries for the remote.
This week’s girls explored the men, on Girls!
A clumsy street artist spills his bucket of glue while vandalizing a billboard and then manages to fall off the billboard himself. Fortunately for him, landing on a dead body seems to break his fall. Unfortunately, he’s now stuck to it with industrial strength adhesive.
[Trigger Warning: 9/11.] For Veteran’s Day, the Bones crew gives us a touching episode about an unidentified body that turns out to be a homeless veteran and becomes a personal case for the team.
Bryan and David start to consider what kind of religious background they’ll raise their child with, since both of them are somewhat estranged from their respective faiths (Bryan was raised Catholic and David is Jewish). They decide that they need to find godparents for their child who can help give them the kind of spiritual […]
A high-powered divorce lawyer turns up dead, with a long list of enemies to check through. Meanwhile, Booth and Brennan have trouble adjusting to life back together.
Hello again! Some of you may remember me from last spring’s Mad Men recaps. This show is a bit lighter, so it should be fun! I hope lots of you ladies will watch along with me. And now, onto the show.
It’s the last episode in this season of Game of Thrones – and it fills every second of its hour-long running time with awesomeness. And some zombies, dragons, and wolves…
This is, I think, the only self-contained episode since the very first one, and it’s written by George R. R. Martin himself. All the action is at King’s Landing, inside as well as outside – and there’s plenty of action to go around.. Trigger warning for mentions of rape and sexual violence.
Okay, well, nothing like burning off 90 minutes of your beloved but low-rated sitcom in one night, eh, NBC? So, since I know you neither need nor want to read a summary of three consecutive episodes, let’s just go over the highlights, shall we?
Well, I certainly had been wondering where they were going to go with the “the gang gets kicked out of school” semi-cliffhanger from last week. Turns out, they’re running with it. Last week’s episode was clearly the setup for a multi-episode arc that’s going to bring us through to the season finale. (And psst, as […]
Welcome back to Mystic Falls after an annoyingly long hiatus, yet in their alternate universe full of ridiculously good-looking living and undead people, very little time has passed. And the stakes are high.
I had heard rumors that there was a “dreamatorium” episode in our near future, so I wasn’t completely surprised when it happened, but I was surprised by the direction it took. Rather than being a whimsical Troy and Abed adventure, it was an in-depth character episode with Abed and Annie (with the rest of the […]
Scalping, academic publishing, baby blues, and blow-outs? It’s an all over the place episode of Bones, this week, and even Brennan ends up seeming kind of disgusted at the killer.