Season Finales

EPISODE REVIEW: Warehouse 13: “MacPherson” (Episode 12, Season Finale)

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Our season comes to an end that’s no less uneven in it’s finale than it was in the events leading up to it. The episode is definitely better than last week, and again perhaps guardedly above the average for this show, but still far from their peak, and farther still from what they’re capable of.

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EPISODE REVIEW: Eureka: “What Goes Around, Comes Around” (Season 3, Episode 18)

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So we’ve come to the end of this long and strange season of Eureka and I must say that this episode felt much more like a series finale. It tied so much of the hanging plot strings up in the last two or three episodes (including this one) that you find yourself wondering where they’re going to go when the fourth season starts. So let’s just dive right into it shall we.

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EPISODE REVIEWS: Defying Gravity: “Love, Honor, Obey” (Episode 8)

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Curiously, while settling in to watch the show tonight, the announcer very clearly declared this to be the “Season Finale” of Defying Gravity. Now, I know for a fact that they shot 11 episodes of this show, and I know it’s been bleeding ratings since day one - the lowest ratings the show ever got was for the H2IK episode, which came in 34th place for the week, the highest they’ve ever done was the pilot, which came in at 21st for the week, which would be fairly lame during the season, but we’re in the dog days of summer here - there’s no competition.

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EPISODE REVIEW: Torchwood: “Children of Earth, Day 5” (Season 3, Episode 5)

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The thing is, when you’re young you’re indestructible - or at least you think you are - and you’re also somewhat emotionally cut off. You see and hear about bad things happening around the world, and it doesn’t affect you any more than hearing about a sale at JC Pennys. Yeah, it’s awful about all those kids in Africa/Eastern Europe/South America/Southeast Asia, but it’s only theoretically awful when you’re a fat, dumb, and happy adolescent or 20-something.

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EPISODE REVIEW: Lost: "The Incident" (Season 5, episodes 16 and 17)

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From the very beginning of ‘Lost,’ it has been apparent that there’s something at work in the lives of the lostaways that is larger than they are. They’re part of a much bigger scheme that they, themselves, are mostly unaware of much like an ant is unaware of the larger meaning of the battlefield its mound happens to be in, or the way an individual gear in your car’s transmission is unaware of the larger international economy that gave rise to it’s own existence and function.

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