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Are You There, Chelsea?, “Pilot” (1.01)

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A review of the new comedy, written by Dottie Zicklin & Julie Ann Larson and directed by Gail Mancuso, after the jump… Advertisements

The L.A. Complex, “Down in L.A.” (1.01)

The L.A. Complex logo.

A review of the new Canadian drama, written and directed by Martin Gero, after the jump…

The Black Donnellys, “God is a Comedian Playing to an Audience Afraid to Laugh” (1.02.5)

A review of the web-only third episode of a One Season Wonder we’ve looked at twice before, written by Robert Moresco & Jeff F. King and directed by Dan Lerner, after the jump…

Blind Justice, “Pilot” (1.01)

White text, BLIND JUSTICE, against a black background.

The next one season wonder on the list is Blind Justice, the 2005 drama about a Detective returning to his job after a heroic accident left him blind. The pilot, written by Steven Bochco, Matt Olmstead, & Nicholas Wootton and directed by Gary Fleder, reviewed after the jump…

Valentine, “Valentine” (1.01)

Another One Season Wonder, this time from the 2008-2009 season! A review of the pilot, written by Kevin Murphy and directed by Kevin Dowling, after the jump…

Glee, “Hold On To Sixteen” (3.08)

The Troubletones on stage.

A review of the latest episode, written by Ross Maxwell and directed by Bradley Buecker, after the jump…

Glee, “The First Time” (3.05)

Santana, as Anita, and Rachel, as Maria, on stage for West Side Story.

A review of the newest episode, written by Roberto Agruirre-Sacasa and directed by Bradley Buecker, in spoiler-free and spoiler-y versions, after the jump…

Glee, “Pot O’ Gold” (3.04)

Puck promises support to Shelby.

A review of the fifth episode (in spoiler-free and spoilery forms), written by Ali Adler and directed by Adam Shankman, after the jump…

Threesome, “Episode 1″/”Episode 2” (1.01/1.02)

Our heroes. Intoxicated.

A spoiler-free and spoiler-y review of the new British comedy, with both episodes written by Tom MacRae, after the jump…

2 Broke Girls 1.01, “Pilot”

A promotional image for the show

A review of the pilot of the new hit, written by Michael Patrick King & Whitney Cummings, and directed by James Burrows, after the jump…