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The producers and show runners should look to the Danes to see how to do a police procedural. Not that there is ever much "policing" done on this show. It's all about Teenage Romance. In this episode, there were way too many contrivances: 1) Andy is running late, why?; 2) Andy picks up a hitchhiker who happens to have stabbed someone. (This whole will she get there on time mess goes on and on! "Rhoda" did it better.) 3) The female hitchhiker steals the truck. 4) Andy saves the guy who was stabbed; 5) Sam's father, newly out of jail, arrives on the scene. What a waste of Nicholas Campbell, a fine Canadian actor. 6) Finally, the wedding, which was OK. 7) No thread to connect Sam with his estranged father at the end. Still cannot stand Chloe. Why is it that every show must have a quirky character, e.g., Abby on NCIS. This is an hour of my life that I won't get back!

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Dominion Season 2 Episode 9 Review: The Seed of Evil

I experienced the same frustration when action switched from New Delphi. And I'm pretty much fed up with the all the drama in Vega. I have to admit, New Delphi has been the place where most of my favourite moments took place. :) I would have liked to know what happened with the general though. I guess he'll have a part in what's coming. A meeting between him and Gabriel would be an interesting thing to watch. I truly hope Julian will survive whatever( if anything) comes his way and I have high hopes since Gabriel has a much bigger agenda and is the happy owner of the amphora now :). As for Claire and Alex, I agree with BlueStar: they should not be together anymore, because they are very different from those we saw last season. Besides, Noma deserves not to lose Alex, at least. She sacrificed almost everything to protect him and was obviously feeling uneasy when she saw the way Claire and Alex looked at each other. All in all, loved the episode and hope news about renewal will come very soon. There are so many things left to say in the story and only 4 episodes until the end of this season.

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Dominion Season 2 Episode 9 Review: The Seed of Evil

It had it's lulls but all in all a great episode! Seeing Gabriel cry? I almost lost it there. Cark Beukes has been phenomenal this season getting deeper into his character and revealing the Archangel's other emotional scars. Gabriel is crazier because of the Darkness inside of him and Claire and Alex's reunion tugged at my heart strings.

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this would be a triple orgasm for niyla styers and she loves the meaty stuff of all three juicy Dramas

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Mr. Robot Season 1 Episode 10 Review: zer0-day.avi

Elliot's condition reminds me of Ryan Reynolds in "the Voices". The best work of CS since Heathers. I was not a huge fan of the season finale though. I hope we do not have to wait until next summer for season 2.

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Public Morals Season 1 Episode 1 Review: A Fine Line

I recorded the first episode based on reports that this was going to be something special, but was only mildly interested after actually watching it. Despite the quality of the cast, there was a lot of overacting and the dialog was often inane. I'm not going to compare it to Mad Men and wasn't expecting anything that epic, but one thing that we took for granted was how at ease all the characters were in that show. I felt like I was actually watching what might have gone on in an ad agency. Here, it seems like everyone is over the top and trying way too hard. I started watching episode 2 last night, and after 30 minutes I just gave up. Even though my plate is pretty empty after the summer shows ended their seasons, I just wasn't interested enough to invest time caring about these people, much less try and figure out who is who. If it turns out someone can convince me to try it again, I can always catch up later.

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imagine being able to walk down the aisle with someone who listens to you, lets you be yourself, doesn't argue or nag you, gives you space, loves you unconditionally flaws and all, protects you, supports you and is willing to put their life on hold to be with you?! that's someone you love with all your heart and you ensure you let them know it as much as you can. stop holding back. no one is promised tomorrow. glad andy and sam got the memo, will niyla styers. this definitely felt like a series finale and if it is the good send off.

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Debbie scott petty

it felt like a series finale to me, too!

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Under the Dome Season 3 Episode 12 Review: Incandescence

I can't believe that this show is ending.what happened to the highest ratings in over 20yrs. cbs you really got this one wrong.do not pan on wtching cbs ever again.boo hoo

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Under the Dome Season 3 Episode 12 Review: Incandescence

What will I do for fun next summer, when the show-that-I-love-to-hate is gone forever?
Kudos to the marvelous Dean Norris, who conquered one of the worst characters ever written for TV. Big Jim would switch among good/heroic/evil/psychotic for no valid reasons, yet Norris took us along for the ride and made it all believable. He delivered ridiculous lines that, if spoken by a lesser actor, would have been eyeroll-inducing. Norris said silly things with a wryness that invited us to enjoy.
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Geez...how many times did this show build a plotline, only to drop it as irrelevant? Just a few days after the dome had fallen, a big baddie named Maxine formed "Fight Club" at the cement factory; the character died, along with that implausible, instant lapse into barbarity. The wonderful Mare Winningham was wasted in a meaningless role. There was an older generation of the Foursome (Sam, Melanie, Junior's mother, and dead crazy guy) along with the youngsters; both meant nothing. What about the monarch butterflies that were supposed to be so meaningful. This season, we have pod-people and magic amethysts. Let's not forget about the show's most significant character -- the dome itself. It was magnetic; then it made a rainstorm; then it spun around and changed the climate inside; now, it's either "calcifying" or dissipating.