Tag Archive: television

TV Review: Arrow Pilot

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Showrunners: ¬†Marc Guggenheim, Andrew Kreisberg and Greg Berlanti Starring: Stephen Amell, Katie Cassidy, Colin Salmon, and Paul Blackthorne Plot: After being stranded on a dessert island for 5 years, Oliver Queen, billionaire heir… Continue reading

Retro ‘Doctor Who’ Reviews – Vol. 4.1

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The last episode reviewed was a big one – the Third Doctor sacrificed himself to defeat the giant spiders who were threatening Earth and spent two years trapped in the time vortex. When… Continue reading

Top 10 ‘Doctor Who’ Episodes – Third Doctor Edition

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The third incarnation of The Doctor, as played by Jon Pertwee, was a departure from the previous two versions. Something of a dandy he was always elaborately dressed with cravats, velvet smoking jackets… Continue reading

First Impressions: Elementary

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By the aloof, yet wonderful,¬†Hedge As an English teacher, I’m a huge fan of the works of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle: the intrigue, the clever plot twists, the depth of character – quite… Continue reading

‘Doctor Who’ Review 7.5: ‘The Angels Take Manhattan’

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So, let’s start by giving this episode it’s proper title… Even if you have a high enough tolerance to the Weeping Angels that you can watch them and not cry this is the… Continue reading

Future of Doctor Who Wish List

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This month saw the return of Doctor Who, the new generation now into its seventh season and so far it is an interesting one. Although the majority of the stories have had a… Continue reading

Retro ‘Doctor Who’ Reviews – Volume 3.7

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The final three adventures of the 3rd Doctor along with Sarah Jane reviewed! Death to the Daleks Once again the Doctor’s inability to steer the TARDIS in a straight line lands him and… Continue reading

Best Dressed Ladies at the 2012 Emmys

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20. Kate Mara 19. Sofia Vergara 18. Christina Hendricks 17. Kerry Washington 16. Cat Deely 15. Sarah Hyland 14. Julianne Hough 13. Zooey Deschanel 12. Tina Fey 11. Ginnifer Goodwin 10. Nicole Kidman… Continue reading

‘Doctor Who’ Review Vol. 7.4 – ‘The Power of Three’

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Yeah, things were going just a little bit too normally for a Steven Moffat written show. The first three episodes were running in a pretty basic chronological order, but then we get this… Continue reading

Retro ‘Doctor Who’ Reviews – Volume 3.6

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One companion leaves, another arrives, a famous villain makes their debut and a colleague goes off the deep end. Let’s go. The Green Death To start the episode off we have the conclusion… Continue reading