Am I the only person who watches HGTV? My wife has dragged me into the world of HGTV very begrudgingly, and it is only after
We are all monsters, even if we don’t have fangs.
Messy episode continues the apocalypse plot.
All my serialized sci-fi shows seem to have turned into one-hour drama versions of choose-your-own-adventure books. I’m still trying to figure out if this is a cop-out or a stroke of genius. Maybe it’s both.
On Tuesday, the Top Nine had the Lennon-McCartney songbook to choose from, a treasure trove just asking to be screwed up.
The show’s plot lines are slowly moving ahead… too slowly, in fact.
“Trippy” episode is mostly flash with little substance, but “I’m cool with it”.
Going into Tuesday night, we were down to the Top Ten, and perhaps for the first time since the season began, voters finally axed the
Episode was a straightforward zombie movie homage with a twist.
Okay, raise your hand if you miss Lacey. Me too! It was clear from Tuesday’s Top 11 debacle, a show that will decide the