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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… Advertisements

Doctor Who, “Closing Time” (6.12)

The Doctor makes his final stop on his farewell tour and meets a old friend, a new friend, an old enemy and some metal rats. Read the review after the jump…

Doctor Who, “The God Complex” (6.11)

The Doctor saves Amy and Rory the only way he ever could. Read the review after the jump… “Forget your faith in me. I took you with me because I was vain; because I wanted to be adored. Look at you. Glorious Pond. The girl who waited for me. I’m not a hero. I really … Continue reading

Doctor Who, “The Girl Who Waited” (6.10)

The Doctor reveals his true self to Amy and Rory. It isn’t pretty. Read on to know more…

Doctor Who, “Night Terrors” (6.09)

Don’t make George scared. You won’t like George when he’s scared. Read past the jump for my late – sorry about that, by the way – review of “Night Terrors” …

Doctor Who, “Let’s Kill Hitler” (6.08)

Doctor Who is back and we get to see when Melody met the Doctor… and killed him. Read past the jump for more…

Doctor Who, “A Good Man Goes to War” (6.07)

“Demons run when a good man goes to war.” It’s the mid-series finale and indeed, there’s a rather important topic to cover in the review. Read on after the jump…

Doctor Who, “The Almost People” (3.06)

The battle between humans and gangers heats up and one last mind-numbing revelation before the mid-series finale happens. Read the review of this two-parter conclusion after the jump…

32 Brinkburn Street, “Episode 1” (1.01)

The 32 Brinkburn Street logo: a street sign declaring 'Brinkburn Street'.

A review of the time jumping BBC drama’s pilot, written by Karen Laws and directed by Daniel Wilson, after the jump…

Doctor Who, “The Rebel Flesh” (6.05)

The Doctor meets another Doctor. Reluctantly… Wait. Have we been here before? Read the review after the jump…