Cats & bathtubs are a poor combination.
Hannah gets into grad school, Adam’s show opens, and all the girls have absolute travesties in timing.
Patti LaPone, Adam & Ray’s bromance, and Marine’s fledging music career all return in the penultimate episode of Girls season 3.
Hannah and Adam are finally hitting the skids, Marnie is kind of getting seduced, and Felicity Jones makes a guest spot in what is arguably the most well-rounded episode of Girls Season 3 yet.
Hannah’s grandmother is dying. It creates a spotlight episode for Hannah where we learn about her family dynamic, how great Adam is as a boyfriend, and how self-centered Hannah always has been.
Major life events happen for Adam, Hannah interviews Patti LuPone, Marnie feels lame, and Jessa’s drug history still haunts her.
The crew gallivants to Long Island for a stay at Marnie’s Mom’s friend’s house. Of course Marine wants everything to go perfect, but there’s always some forced melodrama because we’re talking about Girls, right?
Feb 16, 2014
Hannah somehow pulled a real job out of her ass that she should be grateful for, but instead remains insufferable
Feb 9, 2014
Hannah goes to a funeral, Shoshanna gets sick of Jessa, Adam and his sister get some therapy, and Marine & Ray get closer than ever. While the focus is still on Hannah this episode, the balance between characters were much better.
Feb 1, 2014
Hannah’s boss is dead and her world halfway unravels, but in all honesty, she’s still the most stable character on Girls Season 3; and that’s saying something.
After a semi-reboot and a road trip episode, GIRLS Season 3 finally went back to the gang in Brooklyn trying to figure out life. It’s Hannah’s birthday, and for the first time all season, we have all the leads in a single room, pontificating about life.
Girls season 3 has started off really strong, maybe mainstreamed a bit, but all for the better.
In the midst of scheduling disputes with Aaron Sorkin over whether or not he can even write the third season of The Newsroom, the second season over at ACN ended neatly wrapped up in a bow with everyone getting pretty much the happy ending they wanted. I can't say it was satisfying, but it was a fun conclusion.
It seems like Will and the ACN crew want to make sure they have every reason to be fired instead of trying to fight the good fight that they've been going for since the series' inception.
This is the kind of episode from The Newsroom that I always wanted.
With this episode, we finally have the straw that breaks the camel's back in terms of the news networks credibility and exactly why all those deposition flash forwards have been happening.
In the grand scheme of things, we had a death, an addiction, a nude photo scandal, and a secret service agent all roll through ACN, but none of it felt THAT important.
So we finally find out what happened to Maggie in Africa.
There was a lot less melodrama this week and much more characterization within ACN itself, and the seemingly season-long plot line of 'Operation Genoa,' has taken a big upswing. Let's recap, shall we?
After a reasonably entertaining, yet melodramatic, first season, Aaron Sorkin's The Newsroom is back for a second year; ready to teach us all about the lifestyles of the media elite.
The finale of Game of Thrones was more of a halfway point than a true conclusion. We've got a lot of questions, a lot of minor things to obsesses over, but no big hook to bring us back next year.
It finally happened. Like every season before it, Game of Thrones threw such a huge wrench into everything we thought could happen in the penultimate episode. A game changing, jaw-dropping, just utterly insane plot twist that even if you've read the books and knew it was coming, you couldn't really mentally prepare for what you were about to see.
We are two episodes form the finale, and 'Second Sons' wasn't as action packed as previous weeks, but some major exposition, some leeches, and a wedding happened. I guess that's enough to merit a good recap.
As Season 4 of The Vampire Diaries comes to a close, the episode wanted us to reflect, think on previous memories, and hope for the best as a seemingly new chapter beings in the Salvatore Saga. But what really happened were a couple of cheap pops, a bunch of 'resolutions' if you can call them that, and a REALLY weak cliffhanger for the fifth season.
Even if you don't watch GoT, you should read this recap because Theo's photo titles are the greatest thing ever and have me LOLing 4 real.
We got a bunch of old faces returning, some dope twists, and true confusion on how the hell they're going to end this season. All in all, I guess it was a pretty good episode.
The episode's title, 'The Climb' was reference to the one piece of plot line that lasted for the entire 60 minutes, but really wasn't the most important. Suffice to say, it was a meaty episode that kept me engaged the entire time and didn't drag, which has been rare in Game of Thrones this season.
"She's Come Undone" starts off in a dream sequence and kind of remains that way for the entire episode. After last week's Klaus diversion, we're kind of stuck in the rut of catching up on some melodrama in order for the actual plot line to move forward with the final two episodes of the season.
After last week's crazy craze fest of pure excitement, Game of Thrones definitely needed to dial it back a bit, check in with some characters wet might not have seen in awhile and develop some plot lines for the endgame of Season 3.
The highly anticipated backdoor pilot for Klaus' spin-off, The Originals, has arrived. While it's not an outright brand new show, the idea of adjusting some major characters away from Mystic Falls to take over New Orleans has potential for at least one entertaining half-season of television.
This episode of GOT has had some big events leading to what can only be an amazing midway point next week. Practically every character (with the exceptions of Robb Stark) had something happen that will definitely effect them immediately, not just whenever.
While the tuxedos were out and the prom dresses were way too nice for a bunch of high school seniors (immortal or not), there's some serious endgame magic going on, and I'm ready for the end of this season.
A bunch of plots moving forward, some gore, some sex, some action sequences and an awesome ending that will definitely have us tuning in next week. While I don't feel totally like the previous two weeks were a waste of time, I just feel like if they were on the same pace as this episode, then the start of the third season would have been MAY more engaging.
Game of Thrones kept is slow burn of introductions going this week, but at least the characters were way more interesting.
I'm a very big fan of this series, books included, and the third novel that this season is based on (A Storm Of Swords) is easily the best book in the series (and my personal favorite), I'm unreasonably excited for this season.
While "American Gothic" made sure that the plot forced itself back to Mystic Falls, it brought some old characters back around just in time for The Originals spinoff launch and the grand finale where someone is obviously going to wind up taking the cure.
Road trips are usually never good in television shows. They’re one-off, they never push forward the plot, and are usually...