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One Shot – Marvel’s Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.

Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., the new show by Joss Whedon, Jed Whedon and Maurissa Tancharoen, takes the shadowy government agency featured in The Avengers and gives them their own superhero-free stories. Clark Gregg and Cobie Smoulders reprise their roles from the film, but the rest of the

Breaking Bad – “Granite State”: Rock bottom

The penultimate episode of Breaking Bad, fittingly titled "Granite State," finds Walter White finally hitting rock bottom. As the walls begin to close in on our protagonist and his options are extremely limited, he still clings to the idea that he can somehow make all of this

Boob Tube Breakdown – Fall TV preview 2013

After leaving you hanging all summer with nothing to do be venture outside and enjoy nature, the four major television networks are finally back with all-new fall lineups. Keeping track of all of the new shows the networks have to offer can be tough, so today Joel

Breaking Bad – “To’hajiilee”: Holy f@#%

Breaking Bad excels at doing the unexpected. This week's episode, "To'hajiilee," starts by giving viewers what feels like a satisfying ending to the series before pulling the rug out from under them and giving a completely unexpected, heart-pounding twist. Then, the show fades to black on one

Breaking Bad – “Rabid Dog”: The Devil and Mr. Pinkman

As so often happens on Breaking Bad, last week's episode left viewers with an exciting cliffhanger that had people wondering how Walter White would get his way out of this mess. This week, the show gives us the aftermath - changing up its usual format by withholding

Breaking Bad – “Buried”: Skyler’s moment of truth

Last week's mid-season premiere of Breaking Bad kicked things into high gear with that intense final confrontation inside Hank's garage. This week, we see the fallout from that moment as both Hank and Walt scramble to get their ducks in a row, both knowing that the

Breaking Bad – “Blood Money”: You can’t go home again

When last we saw Breaking Bad, Hank Schrader had a life-altering epiphany that forever shifted the dynamic of the show. Last night the show returned with "Blood Money," the first of the final eight episodes of the show. It picked up right where things left off, with