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SIX OF THE BEST… things I would change about Supergirl

Supergirl is a perfectly cromulent show, but nonetheless, here are six of the best things I would change about it.

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SIX OF THE BEST… things about Herman’s Head

With all the positive noise being made about Inside Out (which, sadly, I still haven’t seen), I wanted to take a moment to take you back to the 1990s, to Sunday nights on Fox, to a show about a fact-checker … Continue reading

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SIX OF THE WORST… things about seaQuest DSV

Twenty-two years ago, Steven Spielberg brought a Rockne S. O’Bannon (creator of Farscape) show to NBC about a vision of the near future where the oceans were the new frontier and the guy from Jaws was the man in charge … Continue reading

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SIX OF THE BEST… Star Trek series finales

Did you know there have been six total Star Trek serieses? Did you know this column has lists of six things in it? It’s like a match made in heaven! SIX OF THE BEST… Star Trek series finales – The … Continue reading

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SIX OF THE BEST… animated Star Trek episodes

As a (hopefully) regular reader of this column, you should know by now that I love Star Trek. Even the Animated Series. It’s only 22 episodes, but it’s better than you might expect. Here are six to watch. SIX OF … Continue reading

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SIX OF THE BEST… things Chicago Hope did 20 years ago that you thought were new developments

Chicago Hope was also a bit of a frontrunner in episodic television. Here are six of the best things that show did 20 years ago that you thought were new developments in the 21st century. SIX OF THE BEST… things … Continue reading

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Fan Film Review: Star Trek Continues, Episode 1, “Pilgrim of Eternity”

I reviewed “Pilgrim of Eternity”, the first episode of Star Trek Continues, over at Escape Pod. Star Trek Continues Episode 1, “Pilgrim of Eternity”

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TV Review: “The Booth at the End”

I found Booth to be strangely compelling. I didn’t know how much I would like it when I first started watching, but it caught me right from the start. Though the writing is deliberately obfuscatory at first — sometimes annoyingly … Continue reading

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Portrait of a Slayer at Fifteen: the 15th Anniversary Buffy Retrospective (part 1 of 3)

March 10, 1997: the day that changed television for a lot of people. And continues to draw in new viewers all the time. The fashions may not hold up; the slang and pop-culture references might be dated; the effects in … Continue reading

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No Ordinary Defense of Genre Television

No Ordinary Defense of Genre Television

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