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The Bachelorette – Andi: Episode 9 & The Men Tell All Recap

Let’s not forget – last week’s episode marked the point where Andi almost became one of Juan Pablo’s ‘lucky’ final two before she A) regained her brain, B) took a Herpes test and C) high tailed it out of that shizznit while JP resumed picking invisible acne off Clare’s face. »»

Blu-ray Review: Ray Donovan (Season One)

Liev Schrieber definitely holds the show on his shoulders, and he makes it look easy. »»

DVD Review: Rawhide (The Eighth and Final Season)

Rawhide keep them doggies rollin', right out of primetime in its eighth and final season. »»

DVD Review: NYPD Blue (Season 06)

An emotionally devastating season for Detective Sipowicz. »»

The Bachelorette – Andi: Episode 7 & 8 Recap

And speaking of scarves – I’ve venture to say that this season has by far the highest scarf per capita (capita being dude – I was never good at geography) ratio in Bachelorette history. »»

The Wonder Years DVDs Are Ready To Pre-Order

All you need is a little from your fri...StarVista Entertainment and Time Life. »»

DVD Review: I Spy (The Complete Series)

I Spy holds up as a series because it didn't play it safe. »»

The Bachelorette – Andi: Episode 6 Recap

Does anyone else out there feel like Nick is being villainized unnecessarily? »»

The Bachelorette – Andi: Episode 5 Recap

Does anyone else feel like it’s been forever since a new episode came on? So weird – even though we had back-to-backs just the other week, I could barely remember what had occurred. Thank goodness for the ‘previously on’ montage (which conveniently was void of the departure of Eric). Sigh. »»

Blu-ray Review: Duck Dynasty (Season 5)

If there was ever an antidote to the disease that infests television in the Kardashian clan, the Robertsons might be the cure. »»

DVD Review: Longmire (The Complete Second Season)

Longmire is a riveting series with its mix of small town homicide with old west attitude. »»

22 Jump Street - Review

Great 90 minute comedy with 20 minutes of padding »»

The Bachelorette – Andi: Episode 3 & 4 Recap

Aaaand that’s how it ended with Eric... »»

Orphan Black Episode 4 Review - “Knowledge of Causes, and Secret Motion of Things”

Wow! Big episode of Orphan Black this weekend. Orphan Black is one of the most exciting shows on TV right now. It kills me that I have to wait full weeks between episodes. »»

The Bachelorette - Episode 3 & 4 Review

I watch them so you don’t have to, right? The Bachelorette was on for two hours on Sunday night AND two hours on Monday night this week. I’ve been catching up on DVR because, well, we don’t get that many sunny days in June here in N »»

The Bachelorette – Episode 2 Review - "Horsing Around"

OK guys, I missed recapping last week’s episode of The Bachelorette for family reasons, but I am all caught up and back this week. The first episode always tends to be a bit boring, so I didn’t have much to say anyway. Andy picked 19 guy »»

Mad Men – “Waterloo”

And I thought last week’s episode of Mad Men was good. I’ll be watching “Waterloo”, Mad Men‘s mid-season finale that aired on Sunday, again. In fact, I think I’ll be watching it again soon. It was one of those per »»

Mad Men Review – “The Strategy”

I must have miscounted, because I was expecting this week’s episode of Mad Men to be the last of 2014. I was wrong – that’s Sunday, May 25. I wrote last week that I found “The Runaways” to be a strange episode. This we »»

The Bachelorette – Andi: Episode 2 Recap

Dear The Bachelorette, Thank you for reminding me that even though the drama is no doubt more entertaining on a season full of catty gold-diggers with throbbing biological clocks who ‘aren’t here to make friends’, there’s certainly something »»

The Bachelorette - Andi - Episode 1 Recap

You guyyyyssss…I know I’ve said it before and been horribly let down time after time, but I have to say, it looks like we’re going to have ourselves one hell of a season, no? I know, I know. Fool me once, shame on you, fool me twice, shame on »»

Survivor: Brains vs. Brawn vs. Beauty – Season Finale Review - "Stupid Is As Stupid Does"

Well, THAT was an interesting Survivor finale. From bad luck to bad moves, and one of the most bizarre Final Tribal Councils ever – there’s lots to talk about! Click through for my recap of the Survivor: Cagayan finale.   “I’d b »»

Blu-ray Review: Little House on the Prairie (Season One & The Pilot Movie)

Little House on the Prairie still stands up as family entertainment 40 years after its debut on television. »»

DVD Review: Paw Patrol

The hottest kid show since Bubble Guppies. »»

DVD Review: Happy Days (The Fifth Season)

Three words: Jump the Shark. »»

DVD Review: Laverne & Shirley (The Final Season)

The show goes weird in the sense that the opening has Laverne & Shirley, but it's just Laverne on the screen. She's been removed like Tyler Durden in the "fixed" Fight Club. »»

DVD Review: Perry Mason (Movie Collection - Volume 2)

[Raymond] Burr does a fine job with the role even if he seems to find himself mostly standing still or sitting in scenes. »»

DVD Review: The Bob Newhart Show (The Complete Series)

New box set brings six seasons of psychological comedy to your neurotic DVD player. »»

DVD Review: The New Adventures Of Superman: Seasons 2 & 3

Seven years after the first season was released, Superman fans finally gets seasons two and three in one package. »»

DVD Review: Duck Dynasty: Duck Days of Summer

What happens when you put a bunch of hillbillies in Hawaii? »»

DVD Review: Dynasty (The Eighth Season Volume One & Volume Two)

Get ready for the penultimate season of the '80s hottest primetime soap opera. »»

Blu-ray Review: I Love Lucy (Ultimate Season 1)

I Love Lucy: Ultimate Season 1 brings an even greater clarity to the legendary sitcom thanks to the power of Blu-ray. »»

Plimpton! Starring George Plimpton as Himself - Review

George Plimpton, proving that sometimes it's better to be part of the story when telling a story. »»

DVD Review: My Little Pony: Friendship Is Magic - A Dash of Awesome

Features five episodes with the speedy Rainbow Dash at the center. »»

DVD Review: Dora the Explorer: Dora in Wonderland

Move over Alice, it's Dora's turn. »»

Blu-ray Review The Andy Griffith Show (Season 1)

Now with the Blu-ray release of The Andy Griffith Show: Season 1, America can almost step into the finest jail cell in Mayberry. »»

DVD Review: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutagen Mayhem

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles: Mutagen Mayhem keeps up the mutated fun in Manhattan. »»

Blu-ray Review: The Honeymooners ("Classic 39" Episodes)

Classic. Classic is all that needs to be said about The Honeymooners. »»

DVD Review: Mr. Magoo: The Theatrical Collection 1949 - 1959

Mr. Magoo: The Theatrical Collection 1949 - 1959 is a cartoon fanatic's dream boxset. »»

Survivor: Brains vs. Brawn vs. Beauty – Episode 11 Review – “Khaos"

Chaos! Starts with a C and that rhymes with D and that stands for dimwit! OK, maybe not. This time, we’re spelling it “khaos” and that starts with a K and that stands for Kass. This week’s episode of Survivor was all over the »»

DVD Review: Spongebob, You're Fired!

14 selected adventures of Spongebob working at the Krusty Krab. »»

Mad Men Episode 3 Review - “The Monolith”

Computers and communes: the late 1960s were a crazy time. Mad Men‘s most recent episode got its title from the computer that SC&P got for the office, but it was Roger and Mona’s road trip to rescue their daughter from a commune that I »»

Game of Thrones Episode 3 Review – “First of His Name”

This episode of Game of Thrones wasn’t my favorite. Did anyone else find that it moved a little slow? I often lose patience with this show though, so maybe it’s just me. I’ll keep my thoughts to bullet points this week. I’d »»

Orphan Black Episode 3 Review – “Mingling Its Own Nature With It”

Every week, I’m shocked at how fast an hour can pass while I watch Orphan Black. I don’t know that any other show keeps me on the edge of my seat the way this one does. And once again, I finished an episode and couldn’t believe I »»

DVD Review: Newhart (The Complete Third Season)

Third season sees the sudden departure of one character, but that's not necessarily a bad thing. »»

DVD Review: Hill Street Blues (The Complete Series)

All seven seasons in a boxset that's only 4 1/2 inches wide. »»

Survivor: Brains vs. Brawn vs. Beauty – Episode 10 Review – “Going once, going twice…"

Happy Wednesday! I’ll be keeping this week’s Survivor recap short as I began the episode late at night, but feel free to fill in the blanks with your thoughts in the comments! Click on through… Another CRAZY episode thanks to Tony »»

Game of Thrones – Episode 2 Review – “Oath Keeper”

Thanks for the comments on last week’s Game of Thrones recap! It was interesting to read about the difference in events between the book and the TV show. If you’ve seen Sunday night’s episode, “Oath Keeper”, click throug »»

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