HYS AND LOWS
It's been six years since SciFi became Syfy, and it has given us some great shows and some total duds.
YOU CAN'T TAKE THE SHOW FROM ME
Now that Yahoo has saved Community, we think it's time they brought back some of these other shows that were canceled before their time.
Azita Ghanizada tweeted the bad news to fans, but Syfy has yet to confirm it.
In this edition: Jumps between realities, the best Bar Mitzvah entertainment a few bucks can buy, and an ORGY!!!!
Plus: NBC orders more scripts for Guys With Kids, The Vampire Diaries casts Bonnie's dad, and another viking show.
WAS THIS A SEASON OR A SERIES FINALE?
Season 2 concluded with a bizarre set of events, a ghost, and a city-wide nap in what was ultimately a disappointing finale.
DR. ROSEN'S DARKPLACE
Rosen's quest for Parish's head continued to take him to deep, dark places this week, but the real question is, who is following him there?
They key to discovering Stanton Parish's weakness wears shorts and watches cartoons!
AND A BABY!
"Life After Death" was a deep breath between the big events of "The Devil Will You Drag You Under" and the three sure-to-be-explosive episodes that remain in Season 2.
ALL FOR LOVE
Hicks did it all for love (or was it something else?) in this high-energy and emotional episode.
The aptly titled "Falling" was heavy on gravity as characters wrestled with a touchy topic: intervening with someone they love.
HIVEMIND OVER MATTER
This week, an Alpha returned to get popular and get the girl, but it was new insight into Stanton Parish that made the episode especially interesting.
This week, the team set out for Alphas summer camp to get answers, but SUMMER GLAU SUMMER GLAU SUMMER GLAU!
Weird happenings at a hospital turned this week's episode of the sci-fi show into a horror film, but is that what Alphas needs?
PUSH IT REAL GOOD
After a rough start, Nina's character was redeemed this week with a little help from her friends in a very necessary episode.
On our list this week: Breaking Bad's beauty, the Olympics, and TLC's not-so-sweet Honey Boo Boo.
Even in an episode that saw Bill going (fight-)clubbin' against other Alphas, the character development is what stood out.
The reason Season 2 feels familiar is that Alphas is repeating the same trajectory we saw in the beginning of Season 1.
REUNITED AND IT FEELS... OKAY
The goal of the Season 2 premiere was to bring things back to how they were in Season 1.
Plus: Once Upon a Time finds its Mulan, a Ringer star will be Made in Jersey, and CBS and Fox shuffle a couple reality shows.