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HOW I MET YOUR MOTHER Dropped

It’s true. The Signal will, as of this season, no longer be covering How I Met Your Mother. More after the jump… Advertisements

Body of Proof, “Pilot” (1.01)

Dr. Megan Hunt (Dana Delany) listens to bad news on the phone.

A review of the pilot of Dana Delany‘s new medical examiner show, written by Christopher Murphey and directed by Nelson McCormick, after the jump…

Parenthood, “I’m Cooler Than You Think” (2.03)

Last week’s episode, “I’m Cooler Than you Think” was, in my opinion, the first good episode this season. It’s been slow going for Parenthood, but this episode picks things up with some new story lines – although the downside to the overflow of new plots is that some seemed to come out of nowhere.

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…

Dan For Mayor, “The Return of Wheel-O” (1.13)

“I’m gonna be mayor.” – Dan The first season of this Canadian hit winds to a close. Can the show offer a strong conclusion to a relatively weak season?  A review of the episode, written by Mark Farrell, Paul Mather & Kevin White and directed by Ron Murphy after the jump…

Living in Your Car, “Chapter 7” (1.07)

“Yeah, I’m basically fine, yeah.” – Steve Unger The seventh episode of HBO Canada‘s new original series, Living in Your Car, written by George F. Walker, and directed by David Steinberg. Review after the jump…

Treme, “I’ll Fly Away” (1.10)

“Oh, this town…” – Janette Desautel The inaugural season of David Simon‘s new series, Treme, wraps up its first season with a segment written by the man himself and directed by Agnieszka Holland. Does it do a suitable job of tying off the show’s many plots in a satisfying way? Read on after the jump to … Continue reading

FEATURE: Lackie’s Season Postmortem

Every season has shows that exceed expectations, and shows that disappoint, and the 2009-2010 season was no different. Notable shifts this year include the rise of a new generation of first-year comedies and, surprisingly, the fall of the traditional network drama. Intrigued? This covers anything that started in June 2009 to anything that started in … Continue reading

Dan For Mayor, “A Date With Vengeance” (1.12)

“Hm. You spent thousands on appliances, a couple hundred on a cellphone and dinner, so yeah, lesson learned.” – Dan So, will the Canadian hit continue strength to strength, or falter as the season starts winding down? A review of the episode, written by Mark Farrell, Paul Mather & Kevin White and directed by Kevin White … Continue reading

Dan For Mayor, “A Cleanse Getaway” (1.11)

“I’m not drunk now.” – Claire So, last week’s episode was a stronger one than we’ve been seeing in the shows first season. Did writers Mark Farrell, Paul Mather & Kevin White and director Paul Mather keep it up? More after the jump…