There were lots of confrontations this week, and some of them were delicious. I am loving the Wilcox storyline.
If there was one weakness to Suits' latest romp down memory lane that I have to highlight, it was that the characters running around New York ten years ago were so much more likable than their current incarnations.
To stem the tide of boredom during these last few weeks of summer as we wait for the start of the fall season, we're holding a bit of a popularity contest to find out who is the fairest TV couple of the them all.
"Second Guess" in general was fairly unnerving.
This was an excellent, game-changing, and crazypants episode.
It was a generally good week on The Annie and Auggie Show.
What we have here is an episode of Suits that was refreshingly not a suckfest paired with a promo for next week's episode that looks positively divine. I'm so excited!
There was a lot going on this week, a lot of moving players around and getting them into position as we head into the homestretch of the season. Not a lot of heady philosophical stuff, but definitely a lot of action.
In preparation for the fall season, we've decided to revisit some of the shows and characters that've been absent from the airwaves since May through the filter of one of TV's most fun elements: luuuuuuuurve. (Okay and sex and the…
I desperately need the Avy storyline to end so that I can stop hating everyone.
Remember when we wanted Annie and Auggie to happen?
"Brazil" left us with quite a bit of the same as Season 3 wrapped things up.
"Seconds" was one of the darker episodes of Continuum to grace our screens so far this season.
While "Unfinished Business" featured quite a bit of good storytelling, the introduction of British Harvey, a Harriet Spector/Michelle Ross sighting, and a probably brief but generally welcome return to the status quo, the episode also featured some serious WTF moments.