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Arrow "Seeing Red" Review/MAJOR SPOILERS: Mommy Issues

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“Arrow” as of late has been making me feel like a Lucille Bluth in a Gene Parmesan store.  I mean when did this show get so fucking deliciously good?  570 more words

Supernatural TV Review: META FICTION

Yes, there was a bit of a lull during this season of Supernatural, especially after midseason when all of the important storylines were seemingly dropped in favor of less satisfying developments. 942 more words

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“Treading Frozen Water,” FARGO Episode 2 Review- ‘The Rooster Prince’

Oh, hey there. This review has lots of spoilers, don’tcha know?

Have you ever met someone, whether at work, school, or a terrible family reunion, who won’t proceed in what they’re saying until they’ve restated themselves enough times to make sure that you heard them? 1,701 more words

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The Neighbors Season Two Finale Review: Wonderfully Meta and Hopeful Send Off For One of TV's Most Underrated Comedies

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Quick catch up those two Tim Allen fans who accidentally tuned in.

So Season Two is over, there is no official renewal news yet, and the chances of renewal are looking bleak, but the finale provides a lot of hope that the quirky family comedy will return for a third season(“I’ve heard whispers of ABC Family”). 

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Let's Watch "Scooby Doo Mystery Incorporated" Season Two Episodes 1-3 Review/MAJOR SPOILERS: Dark, Funny, and Surprisingly Suspenseful

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I love Scooby Doo, always have, always will.  The original series will always have a place in my heart, but when Cartoon Network rebooted the series in 2012, I fell absolutely in love.  916 more words

Parks and Recreation TV Review: ONE IN 8,000

After one of the very best episodes of the season in “Flu Season 2″, Parks and Recreation pulls it back a little in “One in 8,000″, but it very successfully manages to put out a very entertaining installment of the series without falling into the exact same trap of feeling weighted down by the lack of overall development in regards to the upcoming Unity Concert. 754 more words

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Mad Men: A Day's Work

Don’s living the good life.  Still on the SC&P payroll with none of the responsibility.  Don wakes up in his pajamas around noon each day and watches The Little Rascals while eating snacks straight out of the box.   897 more words

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