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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Bull Hates Lawyers at a Whole New Level in “Bring It On”

We have learned many things about our good doctor over this premiere season. He plays to win, can’t stand losing. He likes to play dress up and lives to fool with expectations. He’s usually hungry. But, most of all, he hates lawyers. So what is the triple-doctorated psychologist to do […]

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The Psychology of Fashion is Deadly in Bull, “Dressed to Kill”

Fashion Week in New York City. No wonder it was almost impossible to look away from the screen tonight. Every move and pose on AND off the catwalk is designed to attract attention and Dr. Bull is in his element from the moment he arrives, reading every nuance of body […]

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Archer’s Amber Nash on How Poovey Got to Dreamland in Season 8

FXX’s animated hit show Archer is so many things to its fans. Chock-full of action, yet character-driven, and completely NSFW (unless you have the coolest workplace EVER), it defies definition (and sometimes the imagination, you’d think) to supersede the spoof comedy, surpass a simple homage to spy action films, and redefine […]

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In Bull, We Trust When Playing the “Name Game”

It’s the common nightmare of the modern world: the stock scam. The irresistible chance to invest in high-yield, fast returns. The tantalizing opportunity to own a home, a new car, maybe take a holiday. The horrifying reality of having it all disappear in seconds. Our good doctor returns to our Tuesday night […]

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Bull’s Team Goes into “Free Fall” Facing Off Against Liberty

From the start of this series, the single most consistent message has been that of the importance of the team. The T.A.C. team is the epitome of the well-oiled, perfectly tuned machine. So how clever is it to present an episode that starts with a team-building exercise? Governor Dean Whitfield […]

Texas Comes Calling and the Team Takes on a Sociopath in Bull “What’s Your Number?”
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Texas Comes Calling and the Team Takes on a Sociopath in Bull “What’s Your Number?”

It seems to be a trend with Bull that he’ll take a case as much for the cause as for the client. The episode this week begins with a horrifying structural failure – a skybridge suspended by a series of cables fifty-nine storeys in the air, falling to earth killing […]

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Benny and Bull Suffer a Loss in a Game of Secrets in “It’s Classified”

Every good team suffers set-backs. Unfamiliar circumstances, unknown opponents, unforeseen sabotage. The T.A.C. team has faced each of these scenarios in their previous battles but they’ve always had Dr. Jason “Not-A-Lawyer” Bull captaining the ship with calm oversight. This week, they hit strange waters when they are not only handicapped […]

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No One’s Bigger Than the Game in Bull’s “The Fall”

Television is so great. It takes us to worlds we never knew existed and drops us into situations we’ll never get to experience in real life. Of course, when Chunk asks Bull how seventy million people can watch a major video game final on the Internet, fill a stadium with […]

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Lucifer Goes to Hell and Back for Chloe in Winter Finale “A Good Day to Die”

With so much going on in the lead-up to tonight’s winter finale, it’s really a devil of a task to keep the details straight. First and foremost, we have Chloe dying of a designer poison she was injected with by Professor Carlisle (Tim DeKay, White Collar) in the last episode […]

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Bull Uses a Mock Trial with Real Purpose in “Stockholm Syndrome”

“Crisis reveals character.” In a return to format, this week’s episode starts with the show’s trademark “person on the street” medley where random individuals chime in on a topic. Tonight, they are asked about how they would or have reacted in a threatening situation, such as having a gun pointed […]