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I know this post has a complicated title but I just couldn't find a better one. Sorry. Over the summer I talked to other Elementary fans and one topic was the relationship between father and son. This made me reflect upon what Sherlock flung in his father's teeth during the Season and I real...

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Lethal Weapon - Season 1 Episode 1 - Review - Never too old for this sh&t!
Spoiler Free.
I've always been a huge Lethal Weapon fan.

Being ported from the movies to TV, one can always have some reservation about the actors playing the lead roles.

After all. Gibson is Riggs and Glover is Murtaugh.

But, I will admit, this show's first episode was outstanding.

Crawford took the role and made it his own. He's phenomenal in it. A natural.

As for Wayans' Murtaugh, I can live with that. After all, this is a TV show, we will get to see more humour and Wayans part is solid.

By the way and yes I'm objectifying a fine looking woman here, but Keesha Sharp.. Woah! That is one very hot sizzling woman. Being Murtaugh's wife! Lucky Bastard!!! She's eye candy and then some! :)

Anyways, the bottom line is that with a first episode such as this, I'm looking forward to ...
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2 days ago In Lucifer
Lucifer Season 2 - Episode 1 - Everything's coming up Lucifer - Review
Ok, so this is a review of Season 2 Episode 1 which has aired, so it is spoilery, be warned!
Finally! Our favorite show is back and what a nice episode to start with!
There was really nothing I didn't like, but then again, I'm a hardcore fan.
Still, I marvel at how philosophical, existential issues are weaved in with good story and awesome dialog.
As usual, the procedural aspect is merely a plot device and not the story unto itself, as such, its not an exceptional detective story, but hey it works!
- Maze is back!
- Dr Martin is back!
- Detective Douche (downgraded) is back!
We got a new cute CSI in the mix!

I felt like the actress portraying Chloe has better lines and handled her role much better in this episode. That's good. Of all the characters in the show, I've always felt she ...
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Season 2 will look and feel a little different
2 days ago In Quantico
Quantico Season 2: Here's How the CIA Will Change the Show
Quantico Season 2: Here's How the CIA Will Change the Show
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3 days ago In Saturday Night Live
MARGOT ROBBIE TO HOST SEASON PREMIERE OF SATURDAY NIGHT LIVE
http://deadline.com/2016/09/margot-robbie-saturday-night-live-host-season-premiere-1201825015/

Suicide Squad star
Margot Robbie will host the season premiere of Saturday Night Live on October 1. The Weeknd will be musical guest as the NBC late-night staple launches its 42nd season.

SNL is adding three new featured players for the upcoming season: improv performer Alex Moffat and America’s Got Talent finalist Melissa Villaseñor, as well as Mikey Day, who has been a writer on the show since 2013.

The trio would be filling the void left from the recent exit of three cast members, veterans Taran Killam and Jay Pharoah and freshman Jon Rudnitsky.

Moffat, Villaseñor and Day will also make their debut October 1.

Robbie played Harley Quinn in Warner Bros’ Suicide Squad, the studio’s latest in the DC Universe movies. The pic has made $720.8 million globally, and Robbie was widely considered the breakout among the ensemble cast ...Read more
Pre-Fallout invite
3 days ago
Fallout Pre-War
Having played some Fallout 4 (Bethesda Game Studios / Bethesda Softworks) I really want to do a Roleplay forum-style game of the pre-war setting. Would any of you guys consider joining at (Play@usdc) External forum to create a pre-war setting for the game series? Doing so, we'll break new ground as not much is given regarding this time frame.

We'll be focusing on the resource war, where business was as normal while the oil fields were being depleted. All the while, the race for the nicest car etc.

"There may be war outside, but now our dinner is warming." - Propaganda slogan, The Department of Freedom
War may be raging in the resource colonies, but in the heartland of the 13 Commonwealths, the race for the newest car, the greenest lawn and that new model from Weyland Tech helping you around the house. Life is life. Carry on and ...
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Questions were answered, but not in the best way
3 days ago In Mr Robot
Mr. Robot: Were You Satisfied With the Finale?
Mr. Robot Season 2 Finale Review
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Plus: Is the mole in the FBI as obvious as it seems?
Sep 22, 2016 In Blindspot
Blindspot: Jane and Kurt Try To Bury The Hatchet
Blindspot: Jane and Kurt Try To Bury The Hatchet
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Expect A Brock Turner–Inspired Episode On 'SVU' This Season
"It could be healing to somebody to see what should happen," Mariska Hargitay says.
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Sep 21, 2016 In Fear The Walking Dead
Fear the Walking Dead - Pillar of Salt - UK Review/Analysis
AMC’s ‘Fear the Walking Dead’ has aired it’s twelfth episode of season two and we are entering the home straight as this episode starts to bring the character’s back together. It’s a little stretched and I’m calling it the ‘It just so happens’ episode. We do, however, get Alicia finally giving her mother what for. After this episode Madison is going to realise, in no uncertain terms, she does have another child who has stayed by her.

Anyway. This review is going to be shorter as the episode was setting the scene for the last few. It’s still a good one, however, for watching the dynamics between Madison and Alicia, and Nick and Luciana. But first – the spoiler warning:

If you haven’t seen the episode yet, or don’t want to know what happens, don’t read on as this analysis contains spoilers ...
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