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How I Met Your Mother, “Blitzgiving” (6.10)

“4-8-15-16-23-42!” – Steve “The Blitz” Henry Lost‘s Hurley pays a visit to New York for Thanksgiving.  A review of the episode, written by Theresa Mulligan Rosenthal and directed by Pamela Fryman, after the jump… Advertisements

Fringe, “The Abducted” (3.07)

It’s Fringe: Special Victims Unit as a kid is kidnapped. Read more after the break…

How I Met Your Mother, “Glitter” (6.09)

“So sue me! Like the producers of the Milky Way Mathletes tried to…” – Robin Scherbatsky Finally, what seems like the final step for Robin Sparkles. Does it live up to its predecessors?  More on the episode, written by Kourtney Kang and directed by Pamela Fryman, after the jump…

In Treatment Season Three: Week Two

In Treatment has been a longtime favourite of mine, ever since its first season aired during the winter cold of the Writer’s Strike back in 2008. Every year, Gabriel Byrne‘s Paul Weston sits down with an all-star cast and slowly draws me into the complex lives of his patients. Every year its been a longshot to … Continue reading

Fringe, “6955 kHz” (3.06)

Forgetfulness is in the air as a lot is revealed in this week’s Fringe. Cross the break to know more…

The Big C Mini-Reviews, 1.05-1.06

Since I’ve fallen so behind, I’ll be offering up mini-reviews of the episodes as I work to catch up. Here’s the first two, after the jump…

How I Met Your Mother, “Natural History” (6.08)

“Bring it on, princess.” – Ted Mosby After two strong episodes, will the increase in quality hold?  More on the episode, written by showrunners Carter Bays & Craig Thomas and directed by Pamela Fryman, after the jump…

United States of Tara Dropped

After writing in-depth reviews of the first two episodes of Showtime‘s series United States of Tara, season two, I’m officially announcing that the show will no longer be in The Signal‘s review rotation.

Living in Your Car Dropped

  After writing in-depth reviews of the first seven episodes of HBO Canada‘s series Living in Your Car, I’m officially announcing that the show will no longer be in The Signal‘s review rotation.

Dexter, “Circle Us” (5.07)

“She’s starting to sound like me.” – Dexter Morgan Dexter isn’t one of my typical focuses for The Signal, but after spending the weekend catching up on season five, I’ve definitely become interested in sounding off. A review of the episode written by Scott Buck and directed by John Dahl, as well as the season so far, … Continue reading