TBL_Ep3
07 Oct 2014

Unprovoked Frisking | The Blacklist “Dr. James Covington” Review

The Blacklist starts the “Dr. Covington” episode with a man, Mr. Wyatt, at a cafe. When approached by another man, Mr. Wyatt runs into the street and asks for help from someone in a van. Proving that you can’t trust anyone, the man from the van drugs Mr. Wyatt and

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30 Sep 2014

A Bank With Many Branches | The Blacklist “Monarch Douglas Bank” Review

One thing The Blacklist does well is that they constantly take us around the world to bring down criminals. Elizabeth Keen and Donald Ressler travel to Warsaw, Poland to go after number 112 on the blacklist, Monarch Douglas Bank. This is the first case where the target on the blacklist

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SinglePointOfFailure
30 Sep 2014

Biological Warfare | Scorpion “Single Point of Failure” Review

Scorpion’s second episode, “Single Point of Failure,” gives us a glimpse of what it was like for Walter O’Brien during his childhood. In school, young Walter answers a math question logically, but in his teacher’s eyes, he’s being disobedient. Before he can get a literal slap on the knuckles (with

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23 Sep 2014

The Return of Raymond Reddington | The Blacklist “Lord Baltimore” Review

James Spader is up to his old tricks in The Blacklist. He’s still always one step ahead of the enemy even when there’s a bounty put out on him by Berlin. For those who didn’t tune in last season, we learned that there is a terrible criminal out there who

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22 Sep 2014

Scorpion “Pilot” | Review

Scorpion is about a group of geniuses who are being recruited by the FBI to assist on national security cases to save the world. I know what you’re thinking. This is the same procedural crime drama with different characters. In a sense, it is, but there are some reasons for

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