Episode Title: Come Back, Shame
Original Airdate: November 30, 1966
Perhaps one of the most significant characters in the history of the Spider-Man comics is one who didn’t live to see Peter Parker become his superhero alter ego…Peter’s Uncle Ben. Actor Cliff Robertson turned in a memorable performance as Ben in Sam Raimi’s series of Spidey films. It turns out, though, that Robertson has spent time alongside DC characters as well as Marvel. In today’s episode of Batman he appears as the villainous cowboy Shame in Come Back, Shame! Continue reading Batman S:02 E:25
Episode Title: Doomed
Original Air Date: January 18, 2000
“What’s this? Sitting around watching the telly while there’s evil still afoot? That’s not very industrious of you. I say we go out there and kick a little demon ass! What, can’t go without your Buffy, is that it? Too chicken? Let’s find her! She is the Chosen One after all. Come on! Vampires! Grrr! Nasty! Let’s annihilate them. For Justice, and for… the safety of puppies… and Christmas, right? Let’s fight that evil! Let’s kill something! Oh, come on!” – Spike
Following on directly from the end of the previous episode which ended with Buffy and Riley in her dorm room now knowing the truth about each other, that he is part of “The Initiative” and that she is the Slayer. Of course it soon become clear that neither one knows about the existence of the other despite the fact that they are both fighting the same war against the forces of darkness.
However despite the couple more than happy to continue with their relationship despite the fact that neither is quite the normal college student that they first seemed, its a peace that is short lived as the campus is hit with an earthquake sending Buffy into a panic seeing how the last earthquake to hit Sunnydale prophecised her death in the season one finale. Now fearing that it could mean the same for her again amidst warning of a forthcoming apocalypse she launches an investigation soon discovering a trio of demons with plans to try and open the Hellmouth.
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Episode Title: Date of Death
Original Airdate: 9-25-16
We have our first reunion after the mid-season split, as Travis finds his way to the Hotel, having seen the sign at night, thanks to Madison’s stupidity. But he’s not the only; a small mob of desperate survivors beg Madison and Co. to let them in, which at first they refuse, but eventually allow. After reuniting, Travis tells Madison his tale of sorrow, and losing Chris.
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Episode Title: Day of the Dumpster
Original Airdate: August 28, 1993
Our adventures with the Mighty Morphin Power Rangers begins where many superhero stories start…an origin story. There’s no radioactive spiders, parents being killed, or interplanetary refugees, though. It’s just a simple story about a few average California teenagers in the nineties recruited to fight a space witch with giant robots. Get ready for Day of the Dumpster! Continue reading Mighty Morphin Power Rangers S:01 E:01
Episode Title: Marsha’s Scheme of Diamonds
Original Airdate: November 24, 1966
When we last left Gotham City, Batman’s only hope to save Robin is to marry the evil Marsha, Queen of Diamonds and then reveal the location of the Batcave so she can get her hands on the giant Bat Diamond which powers the Batcomputer. The couple is standing at the altar with the Caped Crusader struggling to get our the words “I do.” Let’s see what happens in today’s episode, Marsha’s Scheme of Diamonds. Continue reading Batman S:02 E:24
Episode Title: Hush
Original Air Date: December 14, 1999
“All the time you used to talk to me about witchcraft and darkness and the like – I just thought you were being pretentious.” – Olivia
So here we are only four season into the run and here we have the best Buffy episode ever. Seriously if you’re looking for a high water mark for the series then this episode would be it!
What makes this episode so great though is the setup as a group of fairytale monsters known as “The Gentlemen” steal the voices of everyone in Sunnydale as part of their plot to collect seven hearts leaving Buffy and the Scoobies with the dilemma of how to stop them when none of them can speak.
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Episode Title: Pillar of Salt
Original Airdate: 9-18-16
At the Colonia, one of the families sneaks off, upsetting Alejandro greatly. He refuses to allow Nick and Luciana to leave for supplies at the gang-run Warehouse, convinced they’re safe since no one knows where they are. Nick decides to go after dark, but before that can happen, he sees the leader of the Warehouse staring back at him through binoculars.
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I’ve always had a huge interest in movies and TV shows that are aimed at kids. I was that weird guy who would sit in his college dorm room watching afternoon cartoons on UHF channels. But even for a self-described man-child, there are times in life where you have to be an adult. The fall of 1993 was one of those times for me. I was at the point where I was getting ready for big life changes like career, marriage, and moving across the country. So, needless to say, I wasn’t exactly in the right frame of mind to enjoy what was the biggest new kids program in the country at that time…a strange little superhero show called Mighty Morphin’ Power Rangers. Besides, the thing looked really cheesy and dumb. Continue reading Mighty Morphin Power Rangers – Introduction
Episode Titles: Marsha, Queen of Diamonds
Original Airdate: November 23, 1966
Growing up in the 70’s and 80’s was pretty awesome. As a kid, not only did I get to experience all the great pop culture offerings of those decades, but thanks to UHF channels that filled their schedules with reruns I also became an expert on the TV of the decades the preceded. That’s how I discovered the Batman series, as well as so many other greats. Stuff like The Monkees, I Dream of Jeanie, Gilligan’s Island, The Munsters, and The Addams Family. Speaking of the Addams’, this week our episode of Batman brings us one of the stars of that series. Morticia herself, Carolyn Jones, stars as the titular villainess in Marsha, Queen of Diamonds. Continue reading Batman S:02 E:23
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