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Elementary Season 3 Episode 11 Review: The Illustrious Client

dusgrace how they destroyed this show with Kitty ..totally ruined teh sherlock/watson partnership , took up time gregson and bell could have used and all to just stick a young pretty face in hope of getting new fans and to hell with the original fans... way to ruin a show ..no wonder this season has been such a bust and i for one wont be wtaching until kitty is gone

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Grimm Season 4 Episode 10 Review: Tribunal

Probably my favorite Grimm episode

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Black Sails Season 2 Episode 1 Review: IX

I was pleasantly surprised when I saw this gem appear in my TV calendar this morning. My only gripe with this tv series so far (season 1) is that it was too short. I hope season two has more episodes. With regards to this season, I love that Starz productions really get each character's story arcs into motion from the word go, no slow buildups ala Heroes style. I'm a little disappointed that have Captain Vane or his mutly crew of die hard pirates really didn't get there chance to throw their weight (yet) around to really punctuate their strength. Maybe that's why captain Noe has been introduced. My 3 random questions are: 1) will we ever see Long John Silver get to Treasure Island at all? 2) what's better BlackSails or Crossbones? And 3) I missed who the woman was in the cargo ship which was destroyed or her significance to the story, any clues?

Hanko9
@ Lee Dixon

Hey Lee, I can answer a few of your questions... Season 2 is 10 episodes total, but its already been renewed for a third season. 1) We don't know the plan for John Silver yet. 2) I tried out Crossbones and hated it (that's just 1 opinion) - Black Sails rules! 3) The young woman is Abigail Ashe, daughter of Lord Peter Ashe, a key figure in the war against piracy. Hope that helps! Thanks for your comments here at the site, I appreciate it.

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@ Henry A. Otero

Thanks

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Grimm Season 4 Episode 10 Review: Tribunal

I'm glad they finally let Wu in on the secret. He deserves to know what's going on.I missed some of the first episodes of this season so I need the answer to the question of how Juliette became a hexenbeast.

Dreamrose
@ Carol McClellan

While they haven't definitively answered that question yet, it's currently a reasonable assumption that it is a side effect of what Juliette did to restore Nick's Grimm abilities a few episodes ago.

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@ Kathleen Wiedel

what did she do? I haven't watched in a long while.

Dreamrose
@ Carol McClellan

With the help of Renard's mother Elizabeth, Juliette basically did the reverse of what Adalind did to take Nick's powers away at the end of last season - namely, Juliette took on Adalind's face and slept with Nick. Juliette's current predicament appears to be a side-effect of the spell. On a side note, you should definitely watch the first part of the season just to see Elizabeth, because she's fantastic. She also has some choice words to describe Adalind.

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@ Kathleen Wiedel

thank you

Carolyn levesque

Gabe definitely deserved to win. Great show. Best food show on TV. Very exciting.

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I really enjoyed this episode because of the amount of time that we got to see Chas, with and without the ever present hat :-} I think John was clearly in a bad place when he was drunk with Chas and provided that spell. I really hope that NBC renews Constantine, although I'm not sure that i believe they will. It's a mystery to me about why networks start shows they know will require time to develop a following and kill them off too soon. I'm a little with you on Felix Faust - he was a wretched villain but I didn't have the background on him to maybe truly appreciate him. I think what we missed was the kind of villain he was, vs the kind he became courtesy of whatever is happening to allow "extra super-powered evil" into the world. Thanks for the great review, Hank! The "Kidster"

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Black Sails Season 2 Premiere Photos

I was pleasantly surprised when I saw this gem appear in my TV calendar this morning. My only gripe with this tv series so far (season 1) is that it was too short. I hope season two has more episodes. With regards to this season, I love that Starz productions really get each character's story arcs into motion from the word go, no slow buildups ala Heroes style. I'm a little disappointed that have Captain Vane or his mutly crew of die hard pirates really didn't get there chance to throw their weight (yet) around to really punctuate their strength. Maybe that's why captain Noe has been introduced. My 3 random questions are: 1) will we ever see Long John Silver get to Treasure Island at all? 2) what's better BlackSails or Crossbones? And 3) I missed who the woman was in the cargo ship which was destroyed or her significance to the story, any clues?

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2015 Golden Globes: And the Winners Areā€¦

I didn't really care who won, I tuned in for Amy and Tina. They are good and are really funny as they play off one another. My favorite line came from Tina. She ticked of the accomplishments of Amal Clooney, and rattled off the punchline: "and her husband is being given the Lifetime Achievement Award.

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Black Sails Season 2 Episode 1 Review: IX

I loved the opening S2 episode of Black Sails. It was so nice to have us step back in, right where we left off. Tadgh Murphy is an inspired casting choice for Ned Low. He is the best kind of psychotic. Quiet and dangerous. Very, very dangerous. I thought it was brave of Eleanor to kick him out of the bar, instead of peeing her pants right there. I don't know if Ned would have slaughtered the crew of the captured ship if Lady Ash had not been aboard, BUT, the captain certainly should have noticed the "red flag" which means "no quarter given" in pirate-ese. I'm fascinated that Flint (well, MCGREW!!!) is supposedly best friends with Hamilton. I'm looking forward to the development of that storyline. That scene underscored Flint's absolute BRILLIANCE. We did not actually meet Hamilton last season, but saw his picture. Vane appeared dangerous, but sloth-like. No wonder Eleanor sees him as a problem. If he would have jumped in and really took over Hornigold's responsibilities, then she would respect him. But, screwing all day and not providing security and issuing threats doesn't make him attractive to her. I loved that this episode really developed WHY Flint and Silver become so reliant on each other, even if "under duress" - they wouldn't have been best bros in any other situation (anyone remember "i trust Billy a thousand times more than I'd ever trust a rodent like you" - hahahaha). And, "sorry" was hilarious. Perfectly delivered. It'll be interesting to see Rackham, Bonny, and Max's uneasy relationships develop this season. Rackham is far too smart to remain down for long. Finally, I totally agree with your shoutout to Bear McCreary. His music and scoring is a bonus to every show. Thanks for the great review!! The "Kidster"

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@ kd94025

You know, Tadgh Murphy played one eye on Vikings. I'm thinking he's got one bad eye in real life. Any idea? He's definitely great as Captain Low. You're right about Lady Ashe, it seemed for a second Low might let them go. I'm curious to learn more about her and her father. Thanks for clearing up whether or not we met Hamilton last season. I wanted to do a quick re-watch of S1 but alas, with so many shows to review had no time :( I can't give Bear McCreary enough shout outs! His music, whether it's Constantine, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Da Vinci's Demons, Walking Dead, Outlander or Black Sails is such a HUGE contribution to the tone of each series. As a former musician and songwriter, I can appreciate that immensely. Composers are the unsung heroes of any TV show or movie. I honestly think they deserve much more recognition, but that's the nature of their work. Kiddle thanks so much for commenting at the site. I can't tell you how much I appreciate chatting here. 140 just is enough for a real conversation. Hoping more people starting leaving me their feedback. Love talkin' TV!!!

Hanko9
@ Henry A. Otero

Guess this answers the eye thing haha
http://www.theagency.ie/#!tadh...

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Great review, but I do not agree with the Davina part. I thing this time she realized that her boy messed up with the Rebekah thing, that's why she just watched and cried and asked Marcel to protect him. Other wise,as we know she's not one to back down, she would have jumped,or do something to Klaus. Other thing that I don't agree with, this time from the comments is the creepy vibe from Jackson, he loves Hayley because he's grown with stories of her, how they are the alphas and are destined to be together, it is normal to love her, and after they spend so much time together in season 1, and he saw how strong and independent she is I find it perfectly normal that he loves her (and he is so handsome,I can not ignore that part). TV shows are famous for easily make characters fall for each other, and I think that Marcel's right hand girl (don't remember her name - Gia maybe) likes Elijah and he was great as her mentor for a second, maybe they can give them a chance,and Hailey and Jackson too. Maybe a lot of people won't agree with me,but I don't know..........