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The Good Wife 5.3 Review: “A Precious Commodity”

By John Keegan and Henry Tran

thegoodwife-iconI badly underestimated both Will’s capacity for holding personal grudges and his friendship with Diane. I figured that if he was gracious in last season’s finale about Diane’s pursuit of the judgeship, he would do everything he could to make her exit from the firm as smooth as possible. No, Diane’s unnecessary interview to trash Will effectively turned him into a cold bastard after the first act. It kicked off a very busy (as per usual with this show) and dramatic episode. In fact, it was so busy at one point that I openly wondered how Alicia was able to keep from becoming a blubbering mess drowning in endless glasses of wine.

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The Walking Dead 4.1 Review: “30 Days Without an Accident”

By John Keegan and Paul Pearson

The-Walking-Dead-iconAs AMC shows go, The Walking Dead seems more determined to take after Mad Men with its contained season arcs, rather than the intense serialisation of Breaking Bad; most of the premiere episode’s run is about getting the audience caught up, not just on what’s happened in previous seasons, but on the sweeping changes that both the prison and the core group of characters have undergone. It helps to reset any concerns that viewers might’ve had from previous seasons, but there’s also the sense of a new showrunner determined to prove his mettle and introduce us to his version of The Walking Dead.

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Supernatural 9.1 Review: “I Think I’m Gonna Like It Here”

By John Keegan

supernatural_iconTo say that the eighth season finale for Supernatural threw out a few curve balls would be an understatement. I don’t think anyone was really sure what to expect as the second season of Jeremy Carver’s tenure as showrunner began. “I Think I’m Gonna Like It Here” is a bit slow and methodical, but it has a lot of ground to cover, not the least of which is Sam’s latest escape from certain doom and the fallout of the angelic downpour.

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The Good Wife 5.2 Review: “The Bit Bucket”

By John Keegan and Henry Tran

thegoodwife-iconThe Good Wife‘s obsession with technology seems to have taken on a whole new life here. Lockhart-Gardner’s continued association with Chumhum and its creator, Neil Gross, is paying off that obsession. Although there are times when I felt like it had diminishing returns. The show has seemingly mined everything that has to do with living in the current digital age so it’s very easy to tune out. Strangely enough, by bringing in the government behemoth and the NSA into the fray, the case is complex but unsettling for showing the prospect of tapping the phone calls of private citizens.

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Homeland 3.2 Review: “Uh…Oh…Aw…”

By John Keegan

homeland_iconLeaving aside that I can’t tell what that title is supposed to be, except perhaps a phonetic version of the last thing Carrie said to Saul, this was essentially the season premiere turned up to eleven. Carrie was crazy and off her meds, Saul was stabbing her in the back for the sake of the greater good (from his perspective), the agency was struggling to get past unnatural and unnecessary roadblocks, and Dana was exploring new aspects of her psychological health.

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Haven 4.4 Review: “Lost and Found”

By John Keegan

haven_iconLike the majority of episodes this season, “Lost and Found” balances the long-term plot arc of Audrey/Lexie, her fate, and the impact on the whole situation in Haven with the “Trouble of the Week” format. The latter keeps things grounded in familiar territory while the big changes to the 27-year cycle are explored in the former, but it also takes something away from the notion that things are dramatically different than they have been in the past few centuries.

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The Vampire Diaries 5.1 Review: “I Know What You Did Last Summer”

By John Keegan

vampire-diaries-iconNot long into the fifth season premiere for The Vampire Diaries, I started wondering if someone had tossed various season premieres from the Buffyverse into a blender as inspiration. Not that this is necessarily a bad idea, but Elena’s college years began in some rather familiar ways. I suppose there are only so many variations on a theme that one can invoke.

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Agents of SHIELD 1.2 Review: “0-8-4?

By John Keegan and Paul Pearson

SHIELDiconAs many reviews have observed, the second episode of a TV show is the one that tells audiences how things will function from week-to-week, now that the business of introducing the premise and characters is (mostly) finished. Will Agents of SHIELD focus more on action, or character beats? Will it be all superheroes or other phlebotinum from the Marvel films, or branch out into its own mythology? The results vary, and while the episode itself is entertaining and helps develop the core team of characters, it also shows an unwillingness to stand as its own storytelling entity.

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Sleepy Hollow 1.3 Rev iew: “For The Triumph of Evil”

By John Keegan and Henry Tran

sleepyhollowiconPersonal and literal demons come back to haunt Abbie in this episode. Her character is all the better for this kind of exploration into what drove her and her sister Jennifer apart when they were younger. This is the deepest part of a decidedly average episode of Sleepy Hollow. The show is still struggling to find the correct format for an episode to run smoothly. So much focus here is on the Mills sisters and their backstory that there isn’t much time devoted to anything else. Crane is obviously the most interesting character on the show right now and with this episode, it is showing that the writers want to keep the focus on either Crane or Mills. When one so dominates the story, the other will recede to the background. The other aspects of the series aren’t developed enough at this time to pick up the slack if the main characters’ plots can’t carry the episode.

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