Fringe: First to Last

Well, I didn’t expect that. A season spent jumping between universes ends with a trip forward in time. This is exactly what I love about Fringe. Like its predecessors, LOST and Battlestar Galactica, Fringe is not afraid to take risks in its storytelling. They look danger in the face and say, ‘Whatever, dude!’ And with … Continue reading

Top 10 of 2010

This year has been an interesting one for television. 2010 gave us the finales of a few shows (LOST, Flight of the Conchords, Heroes) and introduced us to numerous shows of surprisingly high quality (The Walking Dead and Justified). As ratings plummeted in the wake of a shift to DVR viewing, networks are still slow … Continue reading

The Walking Dead: To Live and Die in Atlanta

I’m smiling ear to ear. I was somewhat leery of the trajectory that last week’s episode was setting up for the finale. All I could think of was a cliché-ridden episode in which we learn all about the origins of the zombie virus and the back-story of the outbreak. Images of the survivors being rescued … Continue reading

The Walking Dead: Down Among the Dead Men

Opening the morning after the camp is invaded by a large group of zombies; this episode quickly lets us know that morale is at an all-time low. As piles of the dead (both zombie and former camp members) are disposed of, Andrea kneels over the lifeless body of Amy. She’s been there all night, standing … Continue reading

Cartoons & Leftovers

On Black Friday I realized that there was absolutely no way I was leaving my house. Bursting at the seams from all manner of savory delights consumed the previous night, I was hoping to stretch my legs and possibly pick up a few items at the mall. Upon watching the news I came to my … Continue reading

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