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Haven 4.1 Review: “Fallout”

By John Keegan

haven_iconBy the end of the third season finale, I had no idea what to expect from Haven when it returned. It seemed pretty obvious that it wasn’t going to be more of the same, based on the meteor shower descending on Haven itself and the destruction of the barn. It’s fair to say that the third season finale was also a bit of an exposition dump, so there were a lot of implications that had to be explored.

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Early Review: Sleepy Hollow Premieres Tonight on FOX

Sleepy HollowTonight marks the premiere of FOX's new series, Sleepy Hollow; however, the show is not what you might expect. While the story does focus on the town of Sleepy Hollow, it blends the story of the town and Ichabod Crane with that of Rip Van Winkle, along with some apocalyptic mythology, and even witchcraft, and places it all in modern day, for what makes a unique new show.

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Dexter 8.1 Review: “A Beautiful Day”

By John Keegan and Gregg Wright

dexter-dexter-4083570-75-75I have never before been so unsure of what to think of this show, especially given the existence of a far superior serial killer show over on NBC. At its best, Dexter is a brilliantly twisted thriller with comedic undertones. At its worst, however, Dexter is a show that doesn’t seem to know what to do with itself, which results in messily-plotted season arcs that seem to either go nowhere or fall apart, and then conveniently resolve themselves at the last minute, often with a sputtering anti-climax. Ludicrous plot contrivances abounded in the end-games of each season. Instead of giving the impression that it was just a matter of time before Dexter’s luck finally ran out, the show soon became formulaic and stale.

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Mad Men 6.13 Review: “In Care Of”

By John Keegan and Henry Tran

mad_menSo the result of maintaining the lifestyle of a villain means you lose everything you hold dear. At the end of this season, Don has nothing. Who saw that one coming? It’s all his doing, too. His life had unraveled to the point where he desperately tried to correct any flaws that were eating away at him. Tried to quit drinking cold turkey. He volunteered to move to the opposite side of the country (as a lowdown way to steal another man’s idea) in order to start over. His entire world has now changed. It’s all because he broke down at a key moment in trying to land another big account.

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Warehouse 13 4.17 Review: “What Matters Most”

By John Keegan

warehouse_13_iconIt’s good to see that the writers are finally beginning to address the larger plot arcs for this half of the season, but I’m a bit puzzled at the decision to make the revelation at the very end so abrupt. I don’t recall seeing any kind of setup regarding Myka and medical tests in previous episodes. It’s entirely possible that I missed those hints, given how mediocre some of those episodes were, but it feels like this little revelation comes out of nowhere.

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The Borgias 3.10 Review: “The Prince”

By John Keegan

borgias_iconWell, here it is, the series finale of The Borgias. Not only is it a bit early, but the very title of the episode promises a distinct shift in the intended story arc. Cesare Borgia, the influence for Machiavelli’s infamous work, comes into his own, even as Rodrigo conspires to change the Papacy in the most fundamental of ways.

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True Blood 6.1 Review: “Who Are You, Really?”

By John Keegan

true_blood_iconThis is the first season of True Blood after the departure of Alan Ball, and as such, there is likely to be a transitional period as the series tries to pull itself out of the cycle of endless meandering that marked much of the past few seasons. Finding a consistent and comprehensive direction for the series is a must at this point, especially since many of the show’s most dedicated fans admit that the show seems aimless.

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Burn Notice 7.2 Review: “Forget Me Not”

By John Keegan

burn_notice_iconThis is the 100th episode of Burn Notice, and the writers clearly wanted to deliver a bit of a special moment to the fans. In this case, it is a series of flashbacks to the beginning of Michael and Fiona’s relationship in Ireland. While it does end up twisting the proverbial knife at the end of the episode, it also delivers a seemingly endless stream of incredibly bad Irish accents. So bad that it makes one wonder how either of them could possibly be credible espionage experts running an operation in that country!

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Warehouse 13 4.16 Review: “Runaway”

By John Keegan

warehouse_13_iconThe second half of the fourth season of Warehouse 13 has been perplexing. The first half was devoted to a relatively strong overarching set of plot and character arcs, and there was every reason to believe the same would be true for the second segment of the season. So why does it feel like there is no direction at all, with only four episodes to go before the season ends?

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Game of Thrones 3.10 Review: “Mhysa”

By John Keegan and Gregg Wright

Game_of_Thrones_iconBased on the previous two seasons, it was no surprise that the ninth episode of this season served as the real climax, while the final episode served as more of an epilogue and a transition into the next season. That’s the standard format for the show and it will probably remain that way for the rest of its run. I know little of how the books were written, but it stands to reason that this format was chosen simply because it closely follows the storytelling in the books. I haven’t read the books, but I think it fairly likely that the aftermaths of Ned’s death, the Battle of the Blackwater, and the Red Wedding all received an ample amount of description at the ends of each book.

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