I’ve been really lagging behind on these TV updates, not to mention the blog as a whole. I apologize for that. I’m hopeful that things will get back to normal soon. And I hope that I’ll get back into the swing of my TV watching habits. I mean, look at this, I watched 11 episodes of television in a two-week period. That’s really unacceptable.
In the interest of getting back into the swing of things, I’m streamlining this feature of the blog and not listing watch dates and airdates. So here’s my breakdown of the TV I watched in the last couple weeks. Continue reading
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I dropped the ball last week and didn’t get around to posting a “Week in TV” post. So now I’m posting two week’s worth of TV watching. Lucky for you guys, Shocktober has kind of taken control, so my TV watching has been considerably low. So here is what I’ve been watching for the last couple weeks. Enjoy.
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Tagged 30 Days Without an Accident, A River Runs Through Bob, Anna camp, Boardwalk Empire, Bob's Burgers, Brooklyn Nine-Nine, Downton Abbey, Elkonig, family guy, Fort Night, Gin it Up, how I Met Your Mother, Infected, Jason segel, Knight Vision, Lawrence Gilliard Jr., M.E. Time, Mary Elizabeth Ellis, Michonne, Parks and Recreation, Scott Gimple, Talking Dead, Tatiana Maslany, The Governor, The North Star, The pawnee-Eagleton Tip Off Classic, The poker Game, The Slump, The Walking Dead, The Week in TV, The Wire, Vestigial Peter, zombies
I’ve had a day to think about the season finale of The Walking Dead. I’ve considered the way the various story lines were resolved in the last two episodes and thought about the possibilities for season four. A day has passed and I keep coming back to the single question I blurted out when the third season of The Walking Dead came to a close…
That was it? (SPOILERS AHEAD…) Continue reading
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