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November 22, 2014

Chuck: Chuck vs. the Breakup

(S02E03) "I'm living in a Lamborghini. You can't imagine how little leg room there is." - Von Hayes I have to be honest, at this point, I am really over Chuck's crush on Sarah. Even if he had a realistic shot at landing a hottie like her, he has already acknowledged that while he is the Intersect, he can't be in a serious relationship. Isn't that why he stopped dating Lou? it just seems that he...

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Chuck: Chuck vs. the Seduction

(S02E02) "His liver must look like camouflage." - Chuck Bartowski As amusing as he is, I can't say that I'm excited about Lester becoming a douchebag now that he is assistant manager. Haven't we already seen this on shows like The Office? Of course, everyone still defers to Chuck on anything important, but a complete lack of discipline was what made the Buy More a great place to work, wasn't...

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Stump the King: Star Trek: TNG

This week's letter comes from a fan named Jim Rodrigues. Jim writes... "I just saw an episode I've never seen before! This was rare indeed. It involved the crew of the Enterprise devolving into different creatures. Barkley became a spider. Captain Picard was becoming a lemur. Warf (sic) was biting amphibian Troi. It was my favorite episode other than one of the best T.V. episodes ever, "Cause...

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Chuck: Chuck vs. the First Date (season premiere)

(S02E01) "Welcome to Thuderdome!" - Morgan Grimes I'm curious if there is anyone who watched this season premiere and found the opening recap helpful at all. Are we to believe that there are people who watching the premiere who didn't see any of last season? I was glad to see that they jumped right into the elimination of Chuck. Last season's finale made me afraid that the entire second season...

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My Name is Earl: The Magic Hour/Vote For This and I Promise to do Something Crazy at the Emmys (season premiere)

(S04E1/S04E02) "Kenny, I'll get you a Wet-Nap. Your people love those." - Earl Hickey Well, they wasted no time getting Earl back on track this season. I must admit that while I enjoyed some of Earl's coma dreams and most of his stay in prison, even I was relieved to see the list back in play. It's been so long since I've seen Seth Green be funny in anything, I forgot how funny he actually is....

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Burn Notice: Good Soldier (summer finale)

(S02E09) "What do you see up there? A mastermind petting a Persian cat?" - Sam Axe So , as you might expect from the finale, Michael is very close to solving one of this season's mysteries. It seems the only missing pieces of the puzzle are who is the sniper's target and does Michael want to save them? I can only imagine that the target would have to be a really bad person in order for Michael to...

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Stump the King: I Get Letters - VIDEO

Here are a couple of letters I got this week. The first one is from Jackie... "Do you know "what happened" to a TV show that was on ABC several years ago called "Vengence"? It was about a PI who would charge a million dollars for a job or take the client's expertise in exchange. It was a great show!!"...

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True Blood: The First Taste

(S01E02) "Angelina Adopts a Vampire baby." - Cover of a tabloid After all the comments I got about last week's review, I feel that I have to address some issues. The first one is the books that this show is based on. I understand that they are popular and without the series there would be no show but I haven't read them nor do I have any intention of doing so. My job is to review the television...

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Burn Notice: Double Booked

(S02E08) I like it when old friends of the main character show up for a visit. Generally, because they inevitably give out some personal information. For example, it seems that Michael has had a fondness for yogurt for some time now. The other tidbit was that Michael didn't have such high moral fiber back when he was working for the government. I'm willing to bet it was the reconnection to his...

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Privileged: Pilot (series premiere)

(S01E01) In the first five minutes of this show, viewers are treated to a visual definition of the phrase "fish out of water." I generally don't like any comedy that starts out with the the main character losing everything and starting her life all over again. In a drama, it kind of works that the hero has to go from town to town searching for something she lost. In a comedy, it just means that...

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