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NCIS: Los Angeles Season 13 Episode 2 Review: Fukushu

And now, for a change of pace, how about being topical and thought-provoking? Hate crimes against Asians were at the heart of NCIS: Los Angeles Season 13 Episode 2. This topic remains timely as the pandemic drags on and senseless attacks resulting from opportunistic politicians and their media mouthpieces calling Covid-19 “the China virus” continue unabated. [Read More]
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SEAL Team Season 5 Episode 2 Review: Trust, But Verify: Part 2

Jason is traveling down a dark road, and I’m not sure he’ll be the same person when if he comes out the other side. On SEAL Team Season 5 Episode 2, he refuted any allegation that he forgot things. He spent the entire mission to North Korea in denial, and without Clay watching his every [Read More]
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Law & Order: Organized Crime Season 2 Episode 1 Review: The Man With No Identity

A new season means a new case for Stabler and the rest of Organized Crime. Law & Order: Organized Crime Season 2 Episode 1 felt more like another pilot than a continuation of the same series. The new case is compelling, but jumping into it in the middle was slightly confusing, even if the stakes [Read More]
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Law & Order: SVU Season 23 Episode 2 Review: Never Turn Your Back On Them

Well, that was a punch to the gut! I knew that both Kat and Deputy Chief Garland were slated to leave, but it still hurt. Law & Order: SVU Season 23 Episode 2 was making a point about the difficulty of standing up to the ultra-powerful. But was the sacrifice of both these characters worth [Read More]
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Superman & Lois Season 1 Episode 15 Review: Last Sons of Krypton

For a season finale, I expected much more. The good guys got a much-needed win on Superman & Lois Season 1 Episode 15, but everything seemed too good to be true. Early into the episode, I concluded John Henry Irons would sacrifice himself in the name of saving a man with the likeness of a [Read More]
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Motherland: Fort Salem Season 2 Episode 9 Review: Mother of All, Mother of None

Damn, hasn’t Tally grown? The formerly sweet mediator of the Bellweather Unit was no longer encouraging everybody to just get along on Motherland: Fort Salem Season 2 Episode 9. Indeed, by the end of the episode, Tally was roaring at the injustice of the turn events had taken. When the unit started, Tally was the least [Read More]
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MasterChef Season 10 Episode 1 Review: Legends: Emeril Lagasse – Auditions Pt. 1

As the kids say, we only stan legends. And MasterChef Season 10 Episode 1 gave came out the gate with the iconic Emeril Lagasse on top of our coveted MasterChef trio of Gordon, Aaron, and Joe. Can we keep Emeril forever?! Gordon made sure he pointed it out multiple times that he’s been trying to get [Read More]
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Grey’s Anatomy Season 17 Episode 16 Review: I’m Still Standing

For a penultimate hour of the season, the installment didn’t feel like a lead into a finale. It’s hard to describe even what Grey’s Anatomy Season 17 Episode 16 felt like at all. It had time jumps, babies, a dog, wedding planning, and all the couples are weird. But let’s see what we can do here. [Read More]
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NCIS: Los Angeles Season 12 Episode 16 Review: Signs Of Change

This episode effectively made the point that more differently-abled people should be able to enlist in the military. This was done by having a deaf engineer help with an investigation on NCIS: Los Angeles Season 12 Episode 16. Right from the opening scene, it was evident that SIenna had almost all the physical skills needed to [Read More]
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SEAL Team Season 4 Episode 14 Review: Hollow At The Core

The way things are going, all of Bravo team might not make it back from Africa. The unit’s dysfunction continued to be a problem on SEAL Team Season 4 Episode 14. Most of the problem swirled around Sonny, who couldn’t seem to deal with his unborn child and Hannah being half a world away. Being on [Read More]