Whether you're forming bonds with a noob cellmate, some lady you met in a self-help group, a 15-year old, or Jesus Christ himself, putting your trust and affection into someone is never easy.
Hold on real quick I have to turn down this Yaz album I've been bumping non-stop after this week's mega-awesome episode.
“Open House” was a good time, albeit a little more mellow than the first two episodes of the season, now that The Americans is settling into a groove.
Only two episodes in, Season 3 is shaping up quite nicely.
"EST Men" was mainly a set-up/catch-up hour, but it unfolded in the taut fashion The Americans has come to perfect, and that's kind of all it needed to do. Plus: That Kama Sutra scene!
Even though “Further West” felt more like the first episode of Season 5 than the Season 4 finale, the taste of what's to come was an enjoyable one.
The excellent penultimate episode of Hell on Wheels uneven fourth season was entirely dedicated to a wanted church lady's unwanted life.
Crazy Ruth is way better than Regular Ruth, but for much of this episode, I wished she would just pick one already.
Let’s get right to the point: "Return to Hell" was an awesome episode.
Give a wild man a government gun and some authority and it's only a matter of time before he reverts to his wild man ways.
Let me go on the record: I like where this show is going.
"Bear Man" featured some cool parts, sure, but as a whole it was a tad lopsided for my Hellish tastes.
"Life's a Mystery" picked up right where last week’s momentum-filled "Reckoning" left off, with awesome things like war stories and gunfights and field hangings rounding out one of Season 4’s best hours yet.