Before we begin, here’s a not-at-all-shocking disclaimer: I am not the world’s greatest fan of Hemlock Grove.
World War Two is notoriously difficult as a subject matter to adapt to the comic book world – while Captain America valiantly fights off the foes, he’s still largely rooted in reality, while comics such as Hellboy use the arcane interest prevalent in World War Two to template a modern day hero.
In an effort to get over her heartbreak, Mindy tries going out with a guy named Phil, who she finds boring. Danny, who still thinks that things between them can go back to normal, when clearly they can’t, finds her lying down on the floor of her office.
After a month long hiatus Castle returns to go back to the past.
Quietly, without my notice (probably because The AV Club & Vulture didn’t bother to post about it – and how dare they), TBS renewed its original sitcom Ground Floor for a 10-episode second season last month.
This week on our Japanese culinary adventure, “Yakimono” (or “fired thing”) refers to grilled, pan-fried dishes served in distinctive ceramics. Oftentimes, the food (primarily meat, shellfish, vegetables and seafood…so most kinds) is skewered or grilled over an open fire in a wire net.
The layers keep building in the second episode of season “Minute Man.” The time traveling Kiera confronts her time-traveling counterpart Alec as they look upon the dead body of the Kiera from the new timeline.
The Parks and Recreation crew set themselves up for wild comparison when they titled this one “Flu Season Two,” but while this episode has just as much importance as season three’s “Flu Season,” it’s got much less actual flu.
Olivia’s team try to resolve a security breach. Meanwhile, Fitz contemplates ignoring Olivia’s advice when his reelection campaign loses momentum; and Adnan and Maya strategize about how to proceed.
When Mary learns of a secret clause in her marriage contract that her mother, Marie de Guise and Queen Catherine orchestrated, Mary and Francis embark on a dangerous plan to turn Scotland against her mother – and Mary gets her first taste of power as the Queen of Scots.
“Human beings are funny. They long to be with the person they love but refuse to admit openly.