Winter hiatuses suck. I’m not quite sure what made TV execs think that having lengthy breaks between halves of seasons is a good idea, but whoever came up with the concept should be, in the immortal words of Garfield the cat, drug out into the street and shot. I mean, I understand breaking for the… Continue reading Winter Hiatuses and Other TV Gripes
So there I was, all ramped up after the season finale of LOST Season Five. I hugged my wife as she screamed as the white screen gave us our inverted logo signifying the end of the season and the beginning of our wait. Not a week later, I started rewatching the season with my dad,… Continue reading What’s Up With LOST Season Six?
If you haven’t noticed, I love Joss Whedon’s Dollhouse. It returns from its hiatus December 4th to finish its run. I’ve written a post over at TVverdict.com regarding elements I think viewers should be on the lookout for as the series ends. Below is an excerpt: Friday, December 4th marks the return of internet fandom’s… Continue reading Dollhouse Returns to Fox for Nine Final Episodes
After taking a few weeks off because of getting married, I was finally able to get a good post written, edited, and posted over at TVverdict.com. A lot of people have complained that Stargate Universe started off slowly. Even I complained that, as much as I enjoyed it, I couldn’t care about the characters to… Continue reading [TVverdict] Stargate Universe: A Question of Character
A staple of most science fiction is the smart guy (or girl!). That one person who, in terms of intellect, is leaps and bounds, head and shoulders above the rest of the ensemble. He or she is always able to find the way out of any given situation, not by brute force or manual dexterity,… Continue reading Intellectual Archetypes in Science Fiction Television