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Aug 16, 2018
2018 Fall TV Premiere Schedule: Dates For New And Returning Shows
All the big fall shows you're looking for are in this schedule. Don't miss out on all the premieres!
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Aug 15, 2018 In Americas Got Talent
Season 13: Quarter-Finals 1

Well, here we are! It’s time to see how these acts fare on live television! And Tyra Banks brought her best banana dress for the occasion!

And now for ranking!

12: The PAC Dance Team. THERE’S NO EARTHLY WAY OF KNOWING…WHICH DIRECTION WE ARE GOING…But I know which direction THESE kids are going! When I considered which book-turned-iconic-movie they would do next, I strangely never put that one into consideration…I will give them credit for the costumes and sets, especially since for this one they deviated a bit from the well-known looks (though the pimp Wonka costume probably got some inspiration from the Johnny Depp version). Otherwise, the dancing lacked any…pure imagination…The Wonka stand-in definitely stole the show, but they still got a golden ticket out of this game…And now a moment of silence for all of the works they will not ...Read more
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Aug 14, 2018
Actor Jim Klock Saves Christmas in SyFy’s Newest Sharknado Week Thriller ‘Santa Jaws’

Just when you thought it was safe to celebrate Christmas, a new Grinch-like beast has come ashore for the holidays.

As part of SyFy’s Sharknado Week the network is premiering the all-new sci-fi movie Santa Jaws, about a fictional comic book shark character come to life. It stars Jim Klock as Peter, an average Dad who must find and save his sons before the beast ruins Christmas and their town.

“Peter was such a fun character to play because he transforms from a normal suburban father into this no non-sense, war-ready Dad willing to do battle with a beast ...Read more
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Aug 14, 2018 In Elementary
Elementary "How To Get A Head" Review - Notice of Failure
This will be a very short review without much preparation as there were two new episodes this week and I still have to watch the second one.
Nevertheless I want to write down a few thoughts as the episode raised some issues I don't want to sweep under the rug as they are too important to me. Sorry if this is more of a spew than a real review but I just have to speak my mind.

When Sherlock comes home he crosses paths with detective Grimes. He asks Sherlock about the scuba gear. We don't know the significance of the character at that moment but in hind side the scene is symptomatic for Sherlock's regular experience with other people and the experience of a lot of gifted individuals especially kids in general.
Sherlock explains to Grimes that he needed the equipment to check on an experiment ...
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Aug 14, 2018 In The 100
Missing The 100 photo recaps?  Where are you, Toni?
Something strange is going on here. Came to get caught up on Toni's recaps and can't find any.  Tried to get to them through message notifications that I knew I should have, but they are only appearing in my notifications sporadically and the links in them go to Page Not Found. What's going on here?
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Aug 10, 2018
Missing changes on shows I edit
On several shows I am the editor for, I made several changes to episodes. They were accepted, but they have not shown up on the pages. These were for Mystery Science Theater 3000, Whose Line Is It Anyway?, Rowan & Martin's Laugh-In, M*A*S*H, Hogan's Heroes, and Welcome Back, Kotter between July 19th and 27th.
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‘Law & Order: SVU’: Mark Tallman To Recur On NBC Drama Series
Mark Tallman (Rise) is set for a recurring role on the upcoming 20th season of NBC’s Law & Order: Special Victims Unit. Tallman will play Gavin Riley, the chief of detectives who’s on his…
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Aug 08, 2018 In Americas Got Talent
Season 13: Judge Cuts 4

We need to talk about Simon…Yes, again…

While we were thankfully spared any further repetitions of the “Simon stops a singer and makes them sing something else” schtick (and going into the live shows, I don’t think we have to worry about it anymore this season…hopefully…), I still saw more than ever his apparent bias against certain acts, even ones that actually seemed quite impressive…

The acts I am mainly referring to are Academy of Villains, Diabolowalker and Street Drum Corps…Now, we didn’t see the full performances for any of these acts, so I can’t entirely tell how good they really were…But from what little of them I saw, they all looked like acts I would have loved to see in the live shows (a second time in AoV’s case). I would have liked to at least hear a concrete reason from ...Read more
Synergy
Aug 07, 2018 In Elementary
Elementary "Through The Fog" Review: Greater than the sum of its parts
"Through the Fog" was a remarkable episode in many respects.
The team was split up for the entire episode, which was, with one exception very close to the studio (33-2 Queens Blvd. Long Island City, Queens) only playing in the two studio sets. This makes it the first Elementary Bottle Episode.
It was also the first plot without a single death.
Only two locations, no death - This has to be boring.

WRONG!

A reduced setting can be very intriguing, because it eliminates the distraction from constant scene changes and puts the focus on the interactions of the characters. In this case it meant showing what makes the team of the four detectives great:


Synergy

"The interaction or cooperation of two or more organizations, substances, or other agents to produce a combined effect greater than the sum of their separate effects."1

"In the context of organizational behavior, following the view ...
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