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Gotham, Episode 18 'Everyone has a Cobblepot'

After being stabbed by Reggie, Alfred is in the hospital while Detective Jim Gordon attempts to find out who did it. But, Alfred has his own ideas about who’s going to find Reggie. 294 more words

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House of Cards Season 3: Television Review (SPOILER FREE)

NOTE: THE FOLLOWING POST CONTAINS SOME SPOILERS FOR SEASON’S ONE AND TWO FOR HOUSE OF CARDS. THIS POST DOES NOT CONTAIN SPOILERS FOR THE THIRD SEASON. 657 more words

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"A World of Endless Wonder"

So, after that last post saying how difficult it is writing reviews … here’s a review. The irony is not lost on me! I chose to review a TV show I recently bought on Amazon, then decided as I wrote it that it would be something good for the blog as well. 312 more words

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Nanners Reviews - Arrow: Nanda Parbat

With this being the first of season 3’s last five episodes, Arrow kicked things into high gear and it was definitely worth it. The entire Team Arrow got some sort of development throughout this episode and it never really felt forced – though Ray Palmer’s story did feel a tad detached from the bigger issue. 896 more words

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Bye, bye "Parks and Recreation," we'll miss you in the saddest fashion

“And that’s a series wrap on Parks and Recreation.”

These were the last words heard by those tightly gripping their tissue boxes after watching the final hour-long episode of the NBC comedy. 884 more words

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Parks and Recreation is Over; Coincidentally, Joy is Also Over

There are lots of posters on the walls of my dorm room. There’s a beautiful Gone with the Wind poster; a couple of Firefly mock-ups; a poster for a short film that I directed that was designed by a good friend; one called E-Cow-Nomics that explains economic models using cows. 1,563 more words

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Nanners Reviews - Gotham: Red Hood

I managed to catch up to Gotham shortly after catching back up to Flash and Arrow, and while the latter two kept me excited through my binge-watching, Gotham wasn’t able to hook me in the exact same way. 805 more words

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