Articles Posted in the " episode review " Category

  • The 100 2×15 Review: Blood Must Have Blood, Part 1

    Holy jeez, did that just happen? After last night’s episode, I may or may not have spewed a profanity-laced rant at anyone and everyone involved in this show for bringing me down so completely. “Blood Must Have Blood, Part 1” is the penultimate episode of Season 2; in other words, it’s the episode where everything […]


  • The 100 2×14 Review: Bodyguard of Lies

    Ladies and gentlemen, Clarke Griffin is bisexual! On last night’s episode of The 100, she and Lexa shared a [mutually consensual] kiss, and I feel like starting this review talking about anything else would be ridiculous. Earlier this week a promo featuring the kiss made the rounds and fandom exploded. I was waiting until the episode […]


  • The 100 2×12 Review: Rubicon

    In “Rubicon,” Mount Weather moved forward with their plans to harvest the trapped delinquents with little care for their health or safety, while also planning an attack on the massive inter-tribe war council convened by Clarke and Lexa. Meanwhile, Jaha and his followers are stranded in the Dead Zone with no water or supplies, only […]


  • White Collar: 5×02 ‘Out of the Frying Pan’ Review

    Last week’s White Collar left us with the information that Neal would be getting a new handler, one who would see him for what he is… a criminal. This week introduced us to rising star, Agent David Seigal (Warren Kole) who isn’t what Neal expects as a new handler, as he’s neither middle-aged nor a curmudgeon.  […]


  • The Tomorrow People – Episode 3 Review

    Last week on The Tomorrow People we learned about the inner workings of Ultra, met a new “paranormal” (the new name they coined because everyone hated the term “homo superior”), and found out that Stephen is really bad at teleporting (which I admit, I enjoyed immensely.) This week the focus is closer to home and […]



  • Supernatural Episode Review: The Great Escapist

    Castiel has had an interesting run on Supernatural. The writers seem to understand that they unexpectedly struck gold with him back in season four, but they’ve struggled with how to advance his characterization without his powers becoming a game-breaker. Their efforts have culminated in a pattern of Cas getting put on a bus (sometimes literally) […]


  • Supernatural Episode Review: Pac-Man Fever

    Supernatural fans have something to cheer about as actress Felicia Day and writer Robbie Thompson once again paired up to bring us out of the funk of a two week hiatus filled with fan wank and disgruntled viewers. After some spotty characterization and fast-and-loose continuity in Supernatural’s episode 19, “Taxi Driver,” we were coming back […]