Articles Posted in the " Television " Category

  • Hannibal 2×09 Review: Shiizakana

    Hannibal proves week after week that it’s a force to be reckoned with.  I can honestly say I’m not nearly as emotionally invested in anything else on TV at the moment, even though my fandom activity is pretty spread out among a variety of different shows.  This week started off with a typically gruesome murder […]



  • Breaking Down BiteCon

    For those of you playing at home while fans attend a convention it can be hard to keep up with what’s been said. And even if you do find some quotes, it’s difficult to understand the context in which things are said, which can alter the meaning completely. So here’s a breakdown of all the […]


  • Glee 5×17 Review: Opening Night

    The moment Rachel’s been waiting for all her life finally came this week. Even though she isn’t my favorite character, I still enjoyed the episode. Old friends returned to show support, and there was some good character development. Naturally the episode started with Rachel (Lea Michele) freaking out about opening night. I smiled seeing Dave […]


  • Supernatural 9×19 Review: Alex Annie Alexis Ann

    This week’s episode had something that Supernatural fans have been looking forward to for weeks- the long awaited return of Sheriff Jody Mills. She’s one of the few reoccurring female characters on Team Winchester that hasn’t been killed and infuses a much needed female energy into the show. Jody Mills is an incredible character and the actress, […]


  • Adventure Time 6×01 Review: Wake Up/Escape from the Citadel

    Adventure Time has commanded its place as Cartoon Network’s best animated show for four years now, and in that time it has given us many dark and disturbing episodes. While most of these episodes have cut through their creepiness with a biting humor (usually aimed at its adult audience), the season six premiere was predominantly […]



  • Game of Thrones 4×03 Review: Breaker of Chains

    Khaleesi, let me be your champion!  Breaker of Chains dealt with some of the aftermath of Joffrey and Margaery’s wedding as well as catching up with some other characters – and out of respect for those who are only fans of the show, I’ll try to keep my comparisons between the TV show and the books […]


  • Orphan Black 2×01 Review: Nature Under Constraint and Vexed

    The season two premiere of Orphan Black started off with a bang. Literally. Several of them. There were guns aplenty in the season opener as Sarah frantically searches for her daughter and evades the formidable DYAD institute. The other two protagonist clones, Cosima and Alison, may have their own personal drama occurring, but the nature […]


  • Hannibal 2×08 Review: Su-zakana

    After the events of last week’s explosive episode, this one felt a little tame in comparison.  It was a bit of a filler, but it provided some interesting groundwork for what might occur before the season finale.  It had an interesting compare and contrast between characters who were innocent but thought to be guilty and […]