Preacher S:01 E:04

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Episode Title: Monster Swamp
Originally Aired: June 19th 2016

This week’s episode of Preacher was at once both entertaining and potentially pointless. Not much happened again this week but now I have a feeling where things may be heading. If my guess is correct this season will not be beloved by the fans of the comic, but it could be setting up for a second season that is more true to the plot of the comic. Continue reading Preacher S:01 E:04

Jess Archer Vs. S:01 Ep:08

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OH NO!!!!  This is it folks, the last and final episode of Jess Archer Vs.  Just when I was falling more in love with these characters.  The rug gets pulled under and it ends.  I’m reminded of that awesome song “Marathon” by the nerdcore group Fuzzy Machete.  In that track it talks about how you can spend hours watching your favorite show, and then become angry when it all just ends.  That is kind of how I feel right now, but with thanks to podcasts like TV Good Sleep Bad, and FilmWhys.  I’m glad this show is getting more exposure.  So let’s do this right and tell you how it all ends. Oh , and if this is your first time reading about this series.  Please go back and read the previous posts.  I’m not going to explain past episodes. You should have been taking notes. Continue reading Jess Archer Vs. S:01 Ep:08

Batman S:02 E:15

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Episode Title: The Devil’s Fingers
Original Airdate: October 26, 1966

I’ve often said that as a child my first exposure to many celebrities was seeing them as guest stars on The Muppet Show. One I remember very clearly was pianist Liberace. He was a little hard to forget with his flashy outfits and rings on every finger. Well, a decade before The Muppet Show, Lee (as his friends called him) guest starred on another TV classic…our very own Batman. Here he is playing dual roles in The Devil’s Fingers. Continue reading Batman S:02 E:15

Buffy The Vampire Slayer S:04 Ep:03

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Episode Title: The Harsh Light of Day

Original Air Date: October 19, 1999

“Being A Vampire Sucks.” – Harmony

It would be just typical that when Buffy seems to be getting her life in order, having established herself as the slayer on campus and got shot of her demon roommate but no things are once more thrown into confusion when she finds herself falling for fellow student Parker, while the appearance of a now vampire Harmony heralds the return of Spike to Sunnydale who is keen to find the “Gem of Amara”. The Vampire version of the Holy Grail and which will also make him in the process invincible to stakes and able to walk in the sun.

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Preacher S:01 E:03

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Episode Title: The Possibilities
Originally Aired: June 12th 2016

Everything is a possibility when you are Jesse Custer and have the ability to make anyone do anything that is physically possible. Unfortunately, Jesse was not in charge of writing this episode or maybe he could have made them write a script where more happens. Other than the fact that not much happens in this episode the writers should be disciplined for not adding in a Coming to America reference in the scene where Jesse is testing out his control over Cassidy. Continue reading Preacher S:01 E:03

Batman S:02 E:14

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Episode Title: The Yegg Foes in Gotham
Original Airdate: October 20, 1966

If you recall, when we last left Gotham Bruce Wayne was strapped into a mind reading device by Egghead. The chrome-domed villain believes the millionaire may be Batman and intends to drain Bruce’s brain to find out. Let’s see what happens in this week’s episode, The Yegg Foes in Gotham. Continue reading Batman S:02 E:14

Buffy The Vampire Slayer S:04 Ep:02

Episode Title: Living Conditions

Original Air Date: October 12, 1999

“Alright. Why don’t you quit hiding and come out and face me like a … thing” – Buffy

A frustrating episode to say the least this week as despite settling for the most part into college life Buffy is still finding herself plagued with issues in particular her roommate Kathy who not only maintains a permanently sunny demeanour but also because of her insistence of logging every little thing. However when Buffy starts to find herself being plagued by a series of nightmares she soon begins to suspect that Kathy is the evil responsible for them and not just because she insists on plays Cher’s “Believe” on a constant loop.

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Jess Archer Vs. S:01 Ep:07

Jess Archer Vs 3After Jess Archer(Emily Williams) sets a trap for football captain Jason(Carmen Carfagna) and he was caught trying to steal answers instead of Lacrosse Team Captain Troy(Michael Fraser).  Things, have been bothering our teen hero and it’s more than she’s a little put off by everyone giving her praise between classes.  Or that both Chase(Stefan Kumor) and Troy are now visiting her in the bathroom and are giving her the huggies.  It’s just that something feels not quite right for her.  How did Jason get those answers into Troy’s locker in the first place?  He does end up revealing the name Casey or was it Kacy, maybe it’s K.C.  I don’t know but I do know that this is a perfect opportunity for Jess and Chase to have a montage and get more facts. Continue reading Jess Archer Vs. S:01 Ep:07

Preacher S:01 E:02

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Episode Title: See
Originally Aired: June 5th 2016

Two episodes in and the best way to sum up Preacher is baffling but fun. My main hope for the second episode of Preacher was that it would slow down, be a little more focused, and begin to unravel the story that will be told over the 10-episode season. It was not better by leaps and bounds but it was an improvement over last week. Instead of splitting the story almost in thirds, it strongly focuses on Jesse with Tulip and Cassidy acting as supporting characters. Continue reading Preacher S:01 E:02

Preacher S:01 E:01

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Episode Title: Pilot
Originally Aired: May 22nd 2016

Have you ever wanted to watch a show and when you turned on your TV there was a sporting event or news broadcast on in its place? Sometimes if the show is popular enough it will start from the beginning and just run long forcing a show later in the evening to adjust. However, if it is just a middle of the road show or something more popular is on later you will hear the message; “we now join this program already in progress.” Continue reading Preacher S:01 E:01