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Introducing…NBC’s Comedy Night Done Right

What is it?: Comedy Night Done Right is a heavy-hitting lineup of NBC’s best comedy offerings, airing every Thursday starting at 8pm. It’s an hour and a half of hilarity that turns every Thursday into feel-like-a-small-child-on-Christmas day. What’s the lineup?: Community airs at 8pm, Followed by 30 Rock at 8:30pm and ending with The Office … Continue reading

Weeds, “Bliss” (6.04)

“I can’t believe this is my life.” – Nancy Botwin A review of the fourth episode of season six, written by Stephen Falk and directed by Eric Jewett, after the jump…

WEEKLY ROUNDUP (September 2010, wk 3)

Every week, The Signal will be offering up a Weekly Roundup: a collection of mini-reviews, TV news, interesting links and varying television-related thoughts that weren’t big enough to merit a full post on their own. Enjoy!

Parenthood, “I Hear You, I See You” (2.01)

Parenthood season 2 started yesterday and the first episode was… bland, to say the least. I’m not sure what’s changed over the summer, or whether my expectations for the season opener were too high, but last night’s episode seemed to lack a certain spark.

The Big C, “Playing the Cancer Car” (1.04)

“I do have a future. His name’s Adam.” – Cathy Jamison A review of the fourth episode of the series, written by Mark Kunerth and directed by Craig Zisk, after the jump…

Weeds, “A Yippity Sippety” (6.03)

“This is our normal.” – Nancy Botwin. A review of the third episode of Weeds‘ sixth season, written by Brendan Kelly and directed by Tate Donovan, after the jump…

Doctor Who, “Cold Blood” (5.09)

Oh, look. Stuff happened. Review after the jump…

Doctor Who “The Hungry Earth” (5.08)

Someone forgot to call before they dug. They’re lucky they just hit aliens. They might have hit a power cable. The review starts after the jump…

The Big C, “There’s No C in Team” (1.03)

“I don’t know you people. I didn’t ask for you to take me on as your pet project, and I sure as hell don’t need to be judged by you.” – Cathy Jamison A review of the third episode of The Big C, written by Jenny Bicks and directed by Michael Engler, coming after the … Continue reading