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TV Review: Bates Motel – 209 – “The Box”

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You can read my review of every Bates Motel episode here!

Once again, I am late to the party on getting a review written and posted for Bates Motel. I apologize to all of my loyal readers for that. Things have been hectic lately as we prepare to take The Obsessive Viewer Podcast to Indy PopCon later this month. If you’re in the area May 30th, by the way, check out the convention and come see us! For now, though, let’s get to the review of this season’s penultimate Bates Motel episode. Continue reading

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TV Review: Bates Motel – 208 – “Meltdown”

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TV Review: Bates Motel – 207 – “Presumed Innocent”

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You can read my review of every Bates Motel episode here!

How about that? For a change, I’m not posting this review on Monday, mere hours before the next episode airs. I’m kind of proud of that but that’s neither here nor there. Some big things happened this week that will usher in the end of the season in a few weeks. Read my thoughts below.

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TV Review: Bates Motel – 206 – “Plunge”

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You can read my review of every Bates Motel episode here!

Before I get to my (late again) review, I want to mention that Bates Motel was officially renewed by A&E for a third season. As with the first two seasons, I’ll probably review each episode. For now, let’s get to this week’s review.

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TV Review: Bates Motel – 201 – “Gone But Not Forgotten”

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You can find all of my Bates Motel reviews here.

Welcome back to White Pine Bay and the mercurial world that surrounds the eventually infamous Bates Motel. Before I get started on my review, you can click here to check out my reviews from last season of A&E’s Psycho “pre-imagining” series.

When we last left teenage Norman Bates, he had just murdered his teacher and had a difficult time processing how close his brother was getting to Bradley, the hot girl in school who took Norman’s v-card. Continue reading