The gang goes to an Inspector Spacetime convention, where Abed's new friend doesn't like his old one
Tonight's first episode won't end the series, but it could have
Both sides scramble when President Reagan is shot
Raylan deals with a vengeful escappe, and Ava and Boyd go to a party
Distribution model is revolutionary, but show would be mid-tier drama for HBO or Showtime
- Critic's Rating B+
- Readers' Rating B
Time for your local TV critic to take the week off, with a few pre-written exceptions
Hey all, it is vacation time, and I'm going to do my best to completely unplug from now until Sunday night, when I'll be back to watch and write about the Oscar telecast.
The blog won't go completely dark while I'm gone, though. I've seen a handful of my regular shows ("Parks and Recreation" and "Community," to name two) in advance already and will be publishing short posts on them to give people a forum to talk about them in my absence. And I'll have one or two longer posts that I wrote last week that will be going up at certain points during the week.
If there's no post on something, it's because I didn't see it in advance, and/or I ran out of time trying to prep things for this vacation. I will not be revisiting anything I missed, as there will be a too many fresh things to write about. So if "Zero Hour" episode 2 turns out to be the show that changed television forever, and I wasn't here to remark upon that, I'm sorry.
Play nice, stay safe, and I'll see you sometime on Sunday night.
While Rick and the Governor go wandering, Glen and Andrea try to keep things together
Adam and Ray team up, Hannah gets an offer and Marnie realizes where she stands with Booth
Andy's reign of terror continues, while Pam meets a potential new boss who reminds her of the old one
Leslie has one last hurdle to clear to turn Lot 48 into a park and beat Jamm