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“Community: App Development and Condiments” Review

On “Community” this week, we’re back to focusing on the original members of the study group: Annie (Alison Brie), Abed (Danny Pudi), Shirley (Yvette...

“True Detective: After You’ve Gone” Review

With only one episode left of “True Detective,” I’m still racking my brain as to how everything is going to come together. The murderer...

“Community: Bondage and Beta Male Sexuality” Review

Now that the Olympics are over, “Community” is back, but I’m not sure this was the best episode to come back with. It’s good that...

“True Detective: Haunted Houses” Review

I guess it was destined to happen. Any great television show has to have a couple of weak episodes from time to time. This...

“True Detective: The Secret Fate of All Life” Review

This week’s episode of “True Detective” officially makes it the most unique detective narrative I have ever witnessed. Time becomes the ultimate motif in...

“True Detective: Who Goes There” Review

Like a knot you’ve worked at until you finally feel it loosen, the many storylines throughout “True Detective” are finally coming undone in “Who...

“Community: Analysis of Cork-Based Networking” Review

The opening scene of “Analysis of Cork-Based Networking” returns us to the Save Greendale Committee established in “Repilot,” a committee that includes the remaining...

“True Detective: The Locked Room” Review

If you’re looking for a man wielding a machete wearing nothing but stained tighty-whities and a gas mask, then the newest episode of True...

“True Detective: Seeing Things” Review

This week’s episode of “True Detective” is titled “Seeing Things,” and the whole episode is about exactly that: what’s revealed before your very eyes. Whether...

“Community: Cooperative Polygraphy” Review

Thankfully, “Cooperative Polygraphy” addressed a few of the concerns I’ve had with this season of “Community” so far, namely the splitting of the group...