Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: Nothing Personal: Episode 20 Season 1 - TV Review

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Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. hopes to keep its momentum going, but in still falters. "Nothing Personal" takes us through the realm of suspense as Skye's (Chloe Bennet) life hangs in the balance. The inconsistent pacing thrusts us back into reality and reminded us that this isn't the finale. The Players: Director: Roxann...

Glee: Back-up Plan: Episode 18 Season 5 – TV Review

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Rachel Berry's learning the ins-and-outs of show business. In last night's Glee, Rachel's Broadway career is put in jeopardy when a new opportunity in TV lands on her lap. Elsewhere in "Back-up Plan," Santana learns that talent can only get you so far, and Blaine strikes up a friendship with a wealthy New York socialite.

Castle: Law & Boarder: Episode 21 Season 6 - TV Review

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The fury of competition hangs over Castle, and we’re not talking about the murder of a pro-skater in “Law & Boarder.” We’re talking about Scrabble, the board game all writers take seriously – especially if they're clever, tough, gorgeous cop fianceé repeatedly kicks their ass at it. The Players: Director: Tom Wright Writer:...

Revenge: Revolution: Episode 20 Season 3 —TV Review

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On Revenge things are finally getting hot.  Last night was surely a “Revolution”; we might never feel the same indifference for this Sunday night drama again. As long as Emily sticks to her fight to clear her father’s name there's no way to go but up. The Players: Director: Christine Moore Writer: Sunil Nayar and Michael J....

Once Upon A Time: A Curious Thing: Episode 19 Season 3 - TV Review

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“A Curious Thing” is the title of this week’s Once Upon A Time, but it also describes our reaction. Answers to the season’s lingering mysteries are flying thicker than monkeys. The Players: Director:  Ralph Hemecker Writers: Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz Cast: Ginnifer Goodwin, Jennifer Morrison,...

Elementary: The Man with the Twisted Lip: Episode 21 Season 2 - TV Review

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Elementary bobs in and out of serious plot points in "The Man with the Twisted Lip." Sherlock (Jonny Lee Miller) faces a personal problem, that could cause him to relapse while Watson's (Lucy Liu) romantic entanglement could ultimately harm her career. The Players: Director: Seith Mann Writer: Steve Gottfried, Craig...

Glee: Opening Night: Episode 17 Season 5 – TV Review

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Rachel Berry's Broadway dream has finally come true. In last night's Glee, she made her Broadway debut in Funny Girl. But it wasn't all rainbows and lollipops on "Opening Night." The writers, who love tackling tough issues, decided to focus on yet another issue – celebrity bashing. And their very own Miss Berry was a victim of it.

The Mindy Project: An Officer and a Gynecologist: Episode 20 Season 2 –...

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In last night's The Mindy Project, Mindy swore off men and put all of her former lovers in a heartbreak box (Not literally, but symbolically.) She decides to dive into work, but gets too attached to one of her younger patients: A chubby college girl with low self-esteem. "An Officer And A Gynecologist" also followed Danny as he pretended to be a Jewish doctor in order...

Castle: That 70s Show: Episode 20 Season 6 - TV Review

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Castle catches the disco fever in "That 70s Show" when a witness to a mob killing thinks Jimmy Carter is still president. Getting him to think the precinct is up to funk is a tall order, but don't worry: Martha's on the case. The Players: Director: John Terlesky Writer: David Amann Cast: Nathan Fillion,...

Once Upon A Time: Bleeding Through: Episode 18 Season 3 - TV Review

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In “Bleeding Through”, our Once Upon A Time heroes do some paranormal research on the Wicked Witch, as she tries to motivate Rumplestilskin to become a willing partner. When it comes to relationships, we'll take Regina and Robin Hood over Zelena and The Dark One any day. The Players: Director: Romeo Tirone Writer: Jane...

Community: Basic Sandwich: Episode 13 Season 5 - TV Review

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In “Basic Sandwich,” Community doesn't devolve into learning how to toast black forest ham subs as part of Subway University’s (Eat Fresh!) curricula. So ‘sandwich’ is probably a metaphor for the study group’s feelings. The Players: Director: Rob Schrab Writer: Ryan Ridley Cast: Joel McHale,...

Glee: Tested: Episode 16 Season 5 – TV Review

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The latest episode of Glee opened with a 1950s-styled PSA about STDs. That's pretty much what "Tested" was about -- yucky sexually transmitted diseases, sex and virginity. While the boys get tested at the free clinic, Mercedes ponders losing her virtue to the beautiful idiot, a.k.a. Sam.