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02 Feb 2015

The Fulcrum | The Blacklist “Luther Braxton” Review

The Blacklist’s ninth episode, “Luther Braxton,” is a special episode airing after the Superbowl. The episode starts with our favorite criminal mastermind, Raymond Reddington being captured. Reddington is taken to a blacklist prison “somewhere in the Bering Sea.” Considering the FBI task force has no idea what he’s doing, there’s

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02 Feb 2015

If Looks Could Kill | Constantine “A Whole World Out There” Review

Constantine’s eleventh episode, “A Whole World Out There,” is essentially about kids being kids. A group of college students perform what looks like a séance at the beginning of the episode. They all have an out of body experience and end up in some house, all in different rooms. One

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27 Jan 2015

I.A. | Gotham “Welcome Back, Jim Gordon” Review

As the title perfectly describes in “Welcome Back, Jim Gordon,” we get to see Jim Gordon back in full capacity at GCPD. With the return of Jim Gordon, we get another look at just how insanely corrupt Gotham’s police department really is and how he is really a one man

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26 Jan 2015

Family Matters | Constantine “Quid Pro Quo” Review

Constantine’s tenth episode, “Quid Pro Quo,” had great character developments. We got flashbacks showing Chas’s life that was previously unknown to us. This episode also showed that Constantine may not always be right or have the best solutions. Maybe sometimes he should listen to his trusty sidekicks. The flashbacks were

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21 Jan 2015

Fire And Frost | The Flash “Revenge Of The Rogues” Review

The Flash makes its midseason premiere with, “Revenge Of The Rogue.” The ability for the show to have a strong follow-up after ending last year with a spectacular episode with the Reverse-Flash was a tall order, but “Revenge OF The Rogues” was up to the challenge, even if The Reverse-Flash

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21 Jan 2015

Sooner Or Later | Gotham “What The Little Bird Told Him” Review

Gotham is back after its two-week hiatus with, “What The Little Bird Told Me.” Having set up a future encounter with Gruber before its break, all expectations were that we would be left with an exciting episode. While the episode did have its moments, what was foreshadowed previously didn’t really

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21 Jan 2015

Shock Therapy | Scorpion “Forget Me Nots“ Review

Scorpion’s fifteenth episode, “Forget Me Nots,” starts with two military men under cyber attack. Flashing over to the garage, Drew comes in to pick up Ralph. He gives Paige a brochure of a school for the gifted in Portland. He truly just wants Paige to have all of the information

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20 Jan 2015

Action Heroes | Scorpion “Charades” Review

Action Heroes | Scorpion “Charades” Review Scorpion’s fourteenth episode, “Charades,” aired after the NFL’s AFC Championship game. We find our Scorpion team playing charades in the garage. It seems that playing charades with geniuses would not be fun, as Paige finds out the hard way. Gabe knows better; he skips

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19 Jan 2015

Constantine “The Saint of Last Resorts: Part 2” Review

Constantine’s ninth episode, “The Saint of Last Resorts: Part 2,” starts where the midseason finale left off. We find John still dying in the sewer after Ann Marie shot him. In order to heal himself and escape the invunche, John casts a demon inside himself. Luckily, it works. Now, John

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06 Jan 2015

Secret Rooms | Scorpion “Kill Screen” Review

Scorpion’s thirteenth episode, “Kill Screen,” starts with a video game world where the players stumbles upon an empty house. In the same looking house in real life, three federal agents are slaughtered after discussing how safe they were from “the cartel.” It turns out that Ralph is the one playing

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06 Jan 2015

A New Dawn | Gotham “Rogue’s Gallery” Review

Gotham’s first episode back from the fall break, “Rogue’s Gallery,” appeared to take a huge step back by producing an hour of pitfalls from the shows earlier episodes, but somehow it all clicked this time. Early on, Gotham had the trend of throwing a ludicrous number of characters at you,

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05 Jan 2015

The Road So Far | Gotham

When Gotham was first introduced, it’s safe to say that we weren’t really sure how the show was going to work; especially considering the show wasn’t necessarily about Batman. Would a young Bruce work? What about all of his villains? Is Gordon strong enough to be the focal point of

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