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  • TV REVIEW: Chicago PD Goes Obvious in “We Don’t Work Together Anymore”

    Tonight was the big episode that hordes of Chicago PD fans have been waiting for this entire season – Erin Lindsay started her new job with the Feds. Just kidding, the huge hookup that so many viewers...

    • Posted January 15, 2015
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  • The Devil’s In The Details: Graceland “Pizza Box” Review

    If you’re not yet sold on USA’s Graceland, this week’s “Pizza Box” may do the trick. There’s suspense, airbrushed tattoos, and a hint of rather deviant romance. We get a better grasp on some of the supporting...

    • Posted June 28, 2013
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  • Who’s Keeping Secrets in The House? Graceland “Heat Run” Review

    Last week’s Graceland left us on a cliffhanger that looked like it would accelerate the plot of the story dramatically. As we find out quickly in this week’s “Heat Run”, that was an empty threat. Briggs is...

    • Posted June 21, 2013
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  • Sibling Rivalry In “Pilot”: The Goodwin Games Review

    “I have decided to leave all my fortune to a single heir,” an exuberant Benjamin Goodwin (Beau Bridges) informs his three adult children. Thanks to a series of instructional videos he taped before his passing, he does...

    • Posted May 21, 2013
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  • Has Norman Officially Gone “Psycho”? Bates Motel Season Finale Review

    A vigilante justice system, taxidermy, dead detectives being hidden in beds … the first season of Bates Motel has offered us a variety of deliciously bizarre things. Considering that, one would expect the finale to be at...

    • Posted May 21, 2013
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  • Can Moriarty Outsmart Holmes? Elementary Season Finale Review

    Elementary’s first season has been so remarkable that one might be afraid the finale would disappoint. In actuality, “The Woman; Heroine” exceeds expectations. Clocking in at an ambitious two hours run-time, it is a roller coaster of...

    • Posted May 17, 2013
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  • Norma Wants Out in “Underwater”: Bates Motel Review

    The first (short and sweet) season of Bates Motel is nearly over. This week’s “Underwater” satisfactorily sets us up for the undoubtedly dark finale, but also has us in stitches. Bates has offered up some twisted laughs...

    • Posted May 14, 2013
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  • “And Straight On ‘Til Morning”: Once Upon A Time Season Finale Review

    “So she found a solution to the memory problem today, in the nick of time, before we all die.” Well, at least Rumpelstiltskin is aware of the disturbing lack of consistency displayed in Once Upon A Time....

    • Posted May 13, 2013
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  • Holmes Unravels in “Risk Management”: Elementary Review

    If everyone has finished raising their jaws from the floor, let’s discuss Elementary’s “Risk Management”. A rise in the excitement level as a season draws to a close is something to be expected, but the writers of...

    • Posted May 10, 2013
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  • Norman Learns Taxidermy in “A Boy and His Dog”: Bates Motel Review

    Considering this week’s Bates Motel, “A Boy and His Dog”, is one of the last few episodes of the season, it isn’t terribly exciting. We do not really learn anything new, but instead points that have already...

    • Posted May 7, 2013
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  • “Second Star To The Right”: Once Upon A Time Review

    While Once Upon A Time’s “Second Star To The Right” is better than last week’s episode, it’s still rather messy. There are some positive aspects to it, and this is mostly due to the strong acting. The nuances of...

    • Posted May 6, 2013
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  • Holmes Hunts Moriarty in “A Landmark Story”: Elementary Review

    All of the factors that make Elementary so enjoyable are present in this week’s “A Landmark Story”. The hunt for Moriarty, if it wasn’t before, is now officially on. The show is doing a very good job...

    • Posted May 3, 2013
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  • Who Is The “The Man in Number 9?” Bates Motel Review

    Last week’s Bates Motel was such a crazy whirlwind that anything else would likely pale in comparison. Still, “The Man In Number 9” is a solid episode. So far there are no terrible consequences to Deputy Shelby’s...

    • Posted April 30, 2013
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  • “The Evil Queen” Is Still Evil: Once Upon A Time Review

    If the title of Once Upon A Time’s “The Evil Queen” episode sounds like it might be a bit redundant, then it is well-chosen. It is nothing new to see Regina struggle between good and evil while...

    • Posted April 29, 2013
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  • “Dead Man’s Switch”: Elementary Review

    The daunting duo of Holmes and Watson frequently deal with unpleasant characters in their work, but in this week’s “Dead Man’s Switch”, the baddie is particularly vile. The case revolves around a blackmailer targeting the parents of...

    • Posted April 26, 2013
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  • “The Truth”: Bates Motel Review

    Remember when Dylan was the normal Bates family member? It may have been only a couple of episodes ago, but White Pines Bay (and living with a just slightly unusual family) will spin you around pretty quickly....

    • Posted April 23, 2013
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  • “Trust Me”: Bates Motel Review

    Last week’s Bates Motel was a little on the chaotic side, so it is great to see “Trust Me” slow things down. The characters are so strong that refocusing on the finer details of their relationships makes...

    • Posted April 9, 2013
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  • “Snow Angels” in NYC: Elementary Review

    Elementary, now officially renewed for a second season, returns this week with the entertaining “Snow Angels”. The writers inject plenty of humour into this episode, welcoming us back to the Holmes/Watson residence after a brief absence. The...

    • Posted April 5, 2013
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  • How To Be “Selfless, Brave and True”: Once Upon A Time Review

    Being “Selfless, Brave and True” all of the time is a bit of a challenge for anyone, but at least for most people failing does not result in literally turning into wood. This week’s Once Upon A Time episode...

    • Posted March 25, 2013
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  • Somebody Always Takes A Fall: White Collar Season Four Finale “In the Wind” Review

    Themes of family, loyalty, and betrayal resonated throughout last night’s exciting and touching season finale of White Collar, which not only gave us the wedding proposal of our dreams between Neal and Sara (Matt Bomer, Hilarie Burton),...

    • Posted March 7, 2013
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