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Castle “A Deadly Affair”
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Castle “A Deadly Affair”

Season 3 of Castle picks up with an upset Beckett, Ryan and Esposito. It seems Castle’s back in town, he hasn’t written, he hasn’t called and most importantly he hasn’t returned to help solve crimes. And poor Rick doesn’t think he’s done anything wrong. He knows he wants to return […]

NCIS “Spider and the Fly”
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NCIS “Spider and the Fly”

That was a really good wrap up to a story line that I wasn’t too into: the revenge against Gibbs for killing the man (Pedro Hernandez) that killed his family. It was definitely rich material to explore and Mark Harmon really nailed the performances throughout the run of the Reynosa […]

Countdown to Supernatural: Fun with Titles
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Countdown to Supernatural: Fun with Titles

For all those of you wishing to remain spoiler-free, please skip to the second paragraph. We’re just three freakin’ days away from the first new Supernatural in four months. If you’ve been reading any of the spoilers that have been judiciously meted out since Comic Con in July, you know […]

Chuck “Chuck Versus the Anniversary”
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Chuck “Chuck Versus the Anniversary”

A new badass chick has hit Chuck and she looks a lot like Linda Hamilton. I mean, we knew she had it in her. She is Sarah Connor after all. But man, did Mama Bartowski go to town in the scene that ended the episode. She iced (or frosted) things up […]

TV Trend 2010: Spy Shows (Chuck, Undercovers, Nikita)
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TV Trend 2010: Spy Shows (Chuck, Undercovers, Nikita)

Over the years TV makers have relied (too) heavily on creating series about doctors, lawyers and cops. Lately, a fourth group is getting a lot of attention: spies. Don’t get me wrong, TV shows about spies have always been around. From The Avengers and Mission Impossible all the way down […]

TV Ties: The Town
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TV Ties: The Town

We’re starting a new feature called TV Ties. As we’re very devoted to keeping the discussion here strictly about television, we had to devise a way to sneak a movie or two into the dialogue. And what better way to do that then to examine which small screen stars are […]