Community Review: ‘For A Few Paintballs More’

12 05 2011

Donald Glover, Danny Pudi, and Alison Brie in this weeks "Community" finale.

Community ends its fantastic second season with the conclusion to last week’s Spaghetti Western. Full Review after the jump…

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“The Chicago Code” is an unfortunate casualty of Fox’s cancellation spree

11 05 2011

"The Chicago Code"

Fox goes on a cancellation spree, and it’s not a good not to be Shawn Ryan. Full story after the jump…

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Community Review: ‘A Fistful of Paintballs’

5 05 2011

Joel McHale, Alison Brie, and Danny Pudi in this weeks spaghetti western "Community"

Community tries a to pull of a sequel of their original paintball episode by going to the Old West. They also run into Sawyer. Full review after the jump…

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Review: AMC’s “The Killing”

4 04 2011

Mireille Enos and Joel Kinnaman in AMC's "The Killing"

AMC continues its streak in delivering great dramas with tonight’s two episode premiere of The Killing. Full review after the jump…

 

 

 

 

 

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Community Review: “Custody Law and Eastern European Diplomacy”

18 03 2011

Troy and Abed have a new friend on this week's "Community"

Chang turns into Mr. Rogers and Troy and Abed play lots of video games on this week’s Community. Full review after the jump…

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Glee Review-“Sexy”

9 03 2011

Wait. John Stamos is on "Glee"? Since when?

Glee goes after-school special again, following up “Blame it on the Alcohol” with “Sexy” in which Gwyneth Paltrow comes back to teach the glee kids about sex. Full review after the jump…

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“The Office”-Celebrating Michael

9 03 2011

Steve Carell as Michael Scott in one my favorite Michael moments.

Michael Gary Scott, you will be sincerely missed.

Now I realize that Michael is still on the show for a few more episodes, but last week Steve Carell worked his very last day on NBC’s The Office. What a sad day. For seven season Carell has been entertaining us as the painfully self-unaware boss of Dunder-Mifflin Paper Company. After the jump I’ll look back at some of my favorite Michael Scott moments…

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