Articles written by: Diana Keng

Diana is a grassroots television geek living in the wilds of Vancouver, Canada where her day job takes her to the borders of Storybrooke and her home life exists within the borders of Star City and Central City. She grew up on the sitcoms and dramas of TV's Golden Age and devouring the fantasy, romance, and science-fiction novels of the pre-Internet world. She is passionate about intelligent, fun, character-driven shows with strong production value.

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Everyone Has Something to Learn, Bull “Teacher’s Pet”

The position of trust that teachers are placed in as authority figures invites a special level of horror when they cross the line with their students. This week’s Bull episode shines a light on how a young, troubled teacher and her infatuated student mislead each other into hurting everyone who […]

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Lucifer’s Exes Get a Layover in “Stewardess Interruptus”

When last we left our favourite fallen angel (no offense, Amenadiel), he and the good detective were sharing a promising moment of intimacy just as Mommy God was coming to the realization that Chloe was the result of a celestially-blessed union which apparently is the key to getting back into […]

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Bull’s in the Driver’s Seat… Even When He Isn’t… With “E.J.”

Self-driving cars have come a long way from the days of Knight Rider and are, in fact, rapidly nearing reality. Bull‘s New Year’s offering shines the spotlight (headlights?) on a legal quandary that will arise in that reality: Who is at fault when a driverless car causes a death?

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Hot Tempers and a Cool Welcome in Bull’s Winter Finale “Light My Fire”

It seems that whenever the TAC team steps out of New York, the audience gets an eyeful of Jason Bull’s past and personal life. And for someone who is so remarkably easy-going, our good doctor gets questionable receptions from those he’s had past encounters with. The last time they ventured […]

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No Such Thing as “Too Perfect” When It Comes to Bull’s Ex-Wife

One of the most intriguing backstory mysteries in the Bull ensemble has always been how Benny ended up with TAC when he started out as Bull’s ex-brother-in-law. Secondary to that is the mysterious ex-wife herself. Bull has mentioned her in passing, but never with animosity… just regret. The two men […]

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Pieces Fall Into Place in Lucifer Fall Finale “Quid Pro Ho”

Audiences were left hanging last week with Lucifer’s mom about to detonate a bomb she’d placed under Chloe’s car as Mama God had figured out that Lucifer’s feelings for Chloe were keeping him tied to humanity. Yeah, so that didn’t happen. Amenadiel arrives to stop her and is a little […]

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Bull Sees the Bigger Picture in “Never Saw the Sign”

They say the Devil’s in the details but this week’s Bull escapade reveals that it often requires taking a step back to see where the real devilishness lies. The TAC team is brought in to help defend John Phillips (Chris Beetem, Inside Amy Schumer), a man accused of vehicular manslaughter […]

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Everyone’s Got a Button to Push in Lucifer’s “Homewrecker”

Having come to the realization last week that Los Angeles is the only real home he’s ever known (and then immediately declaring it out loud), it’s almost mystical timing that this week’s episode sees Mr. Morningstar fighting to keep LUX from being torn down and turned into a megamall. We […]

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Marissa’s Backstory is Front and Centre in Bull’s “Bedside Manner”

Is there any better feeling after weeks of turmoil than the return of a new-but-quickly-becoming-integral part of the weeknight lineup? After a two week hiatus (thank you, World Series and US Election), our intrepid jury expert and team are back in the action and this week, the action has Marissa’s […]

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Lucifer’s Mom Gets to the Point in “Trip to Stabby Town”

Otherworldly artifacts really make bad playthings for mortals. This fact has been well documented in literature, film and television from The Monkey’s Paw to the Ark of the Covenant in the first Indiana Jones movie to pretty much every episode of Warehouse 13. So, a few weeks ago, when Lucifer killed his brother, […]