TV Reviews

Psych: Season 5, Episode 1

The daughter of a Chinese triad leader has been kidnapped in broad daylight, and he seeks the help of the Santa Barbara police. However, with Henry in his new position as consultant, he’s case-blocking Shawn and Gus from getting hired (partly because he doesn’t want Shawn messed up with Chinese gangsters). Of course, that doesn’t stop the pair from looking into the kidnapping. Meanwhile, after almost being killed by Mr. Yang in the season finale last year, Juliet is parked behind a desk at City Hall, afraid to step back into her dangerous job.

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Justified

Raylan Givens straps on his guns and heads to Los Angeles for an appointment with a backstreet dentist who knows a bit more than he should about drug money.

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Justified: Fixer

We practice the fine art of the quickdraw with Marshall Raylan Givens in ‘Justified.’

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Sun and Jin. The most epic love story on television. Rev your engines.

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Caprica: End of the Line

The first half of season one didn’t end with a bang…it ended with two bangs and a possible suicide.

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We’re happy to announce the Timothy Olyphant modern western “Justified” has been added to our weekly TV review list.

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Lost: The Final Season

This week’s episode of Lost means “from eternity.” A subtle jab at how long it’s taken the show to get out of the second act.

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Caprica

If I have to hear Joseph Adama say, “I’m looking for my daughter,” or “baby” one more time, I’m going to…well, I probably won’t do anything, but still, it’s getting a little tedious. Sure, New Cap City and the V-World are completely alien to him but this extreme naïveté, week after week, is frustrating to watch.

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Caprica

You can’t watch ten minutes of Caprica without coming across a little dramatic irony. The show’s just brimming with the stuff. If you haven’t been keeping a running tally of every time that we—the audience—are privy to information that the Adamas, the Graystones, or the conniving monotheists aren’t, you needn’t fret, my friend, because I have. So, without further ado, here are a few of my favorite dramatically ironic Caprica moments.

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If you gave up on Caprica after the first few episodes, I urge you to start watching again. Despite all my little quibbles, this is a great show and, with only a few episodes to go before the mid-season break, it deserves a second look. So rather than doing a run-of-the-mill episode review, I’ve decided to shake things up a bit and list three reasons why all of you Caprica denouncers should rethink your position.

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We catch up on three weeks of Burn Notice and talk about how it all comes together in Season 3.

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It seems as if last night’s episode of Lost came with an excited sigh of relief from long-time fans. As we’ve seen time and time again, the show isn’t shy about going through stretches of episode where it appears as if the story is not moving at all. In episode five, Sundown, the story gets moving in a hurry — characters begin to die, alliances are formed and questions are actually being answered.

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“There is Another Sky” confirmed something that I’ve felt since Caprica’s premiere: The Adamas are more entertaining than the Graystones. Up until this point, the show has revolved around Daniel and Zoe. And while there’s definitely something fascinating about the Cylon genesis story, the Adamas and all of their familial strife are far more appealing.

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Prior to this episode, I’d been ambivalent about the show’s insistence upon over the top cliffhangers, but “Gravedancing” was all about dénouement, at least for the Graystones, and even though I understand that that’s necessary, I couldn’t help feeling a little gypped.

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We are back for another week of Lost. And as you know, there is no substitute for the Reject HQ Lost Club. Dr. Abaius and I are once again joined by the likes of Landon Palmer, David Gunn and Emily Younger to discuss the continuing madness that is season six of Lost.

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It’s been a couple of weeks since the final episode of Dollhouse hit the airwaves, and it’s taken me that long to really process what this season’s highs and lows have led to. While that may not seem necessary to some, the complete adrenaline-high I received in the final few episodes was so much that I needed to step back and retrace the events, right from the start.

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Though it’s had some missteps and still struggles to find its stride, I truly enjoy this show and hope it continues to improve upon itself. Last week’s episode was a definite step in the right direction and I am anxious to see if episode five, “Run,” continues that trend.

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We check in again for our weekly status update with super-spy Michael Weston.

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All in all, Caprica held steady with another satisfying episode. Lacy persuades a friend of the Mag-Lev bomber to help her transport Zoe’s avatar and its massive, metal Cylon shell to Gemenon, showing that she isn’t as timid and oblivious as she may have seemed in the past; snooty Daniel Graystone is roughed-up and emasculated in an alley by the Adamas, something that brought great joy to my life, even though the guy didn’t “technically” deserve it; and Patton Oswalt plays Braxton Samo, a talk show host, cracking wise at the expense of the disgraced Graystones.

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An old face from seasons past returns with a job for Michael, disrupting his quest to find out what Gilroy is up to, and undoubtedly take him out.

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