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Thursday, November 15, 2018

Brooklyn Nine-Nine: “Halloween II” Review

It’s strange to me that two things I consistently like — Halloween and “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” — just don’t seem to mix well together. Usually, I look forward to Halloween-themed episodes, but after “Halloween II,”...

Brooklyn Nine-Nine: “The Jimmy Jab Games” Review

After an Emmy-winning first season, “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” has returned with a second season that to date has been hilarious and just as good as its first. Since school started so late, we’ll be starting...

“Orphan Black: Things Which Have Never Yet Been Done” Review

Now, that was an episode of “Orphan Black.” Unlike last week’s episode, “Things Which Have Never Yet Been Done” was firing on pretty much every cylinder, and the writers managed to mix important character...

“Orphan Black: Variable and Full of Perturbation” Review

It’s been difficult doing reviews for a show like “Orphan Black” because so much plot is jammed into each episode that it’s hard to decide what are the most important things to talk about,...

“Orphan Black: Knowledge of Causes, And Secret Motion of Things” Review

If you’ve been reading these “Orphan Black” reviews carefully, it’s likely no secret that of the clones, I’m the most interested in Alison (Tatiana Maslany). I’m not sure why that is exactly, but I...

“Orphan Black: To Hound Nature in Her Wanderings” Review

“To Hound Nature in Her Wanderings” opens on what was for me the best part of the episode — the Helena and Sarah (both played by Tatiana Maslany) road trip. I wouldn’t have complained...

“Orphan Black: Ipsa Scientia Potestas Est” Review

One thing I’ve wanted more of in “Orphan Black” is interaction between Helena and Sarah (both played by Tatiana Maslany). It was intriguing in season one that Helena, who had been killing clones, had...

“Orphan Black: Governed As It Were By Chance” Review

Unsurprisingly, “Governed As It Were By Chance” picks up right where the last episode left off — with Sarah (Tatiana Maslany) and Dyad lackey Daniel (Matthew Bennett) in a car crash. What is surprising,...

“Orphan Black: Mingling Its Own Nature With It” Review

While watching season one of “Orphan Black,” I started getting overwhelmed by plot - all the action and drama - about halfway through. This is a show that is always moving forward and always...

“Orphan Black: Governed by Sound Reason and True Religion” Review

I watched the first season of “Orphan Black” in reruns on BBC America, and while I didn’t know everything that was going to happen, I already knew a lot of things. I heard about...