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I’ve been talking with some friends about “buddy shows” and I can think of no better than Jago and Litefoot. The two of them are buddies, but they are so mismatched, you have to laugh. While I find Litefoot the … Continue reading
Torchwood continues its game of tennis or ping pong with episodes going back and forth over the net from good to bad. After last week’s Cyberwoman, I was not sure what to expect with Small Worlds. I was seriously let … Continue reading
A note to our readers: As the world is currently dealing with the shock of the Corona Virus, many of us have been locked in our homes; our cars sit in driveways unmoved for days. I am no different. Not … Continue reading
Season one of Torchwood is a lot like watching a tennis match. The ball goes to one side, pop, comes back to the other, pop, back to the good side, pop, back to the bad. Episode 1 was a strong … Continue reading
As all of our readers are aware, the Corona Virus has turned our world into a nightmare. It feels like something out of a horror movie. To make matters worse, we’ve all been told to stay in our homes; we … Continue reading
The Ghost Machine does a number of things, but the most notable is that it breaks the tie between the first and second episodes. I mean, based on the evidence, the show could have gone either way: strong first, awful … Continue reading
The Sarah Jane Adventures comes to an end, not with a bang, but with a soft, silly story perfectly capturing the spirit of the show. The series was chock full of strong episodes but the overall idea behind it was a … Continue reading
I found myself suddenly enraged as I typed the title of this episode and then I realized, I must be a victim of psychophonic programming. But, having not said the name out loud, it was clearly a case of psychographic … Continue reading
Phil Ford seems to be the biggest contributor to The Sarah Jane Adventures and like Babylon 5‘s Joe Straczynski, Ford seems to get the idea behind this series. It’s a science fiction series that needs to be accessible to the … Continue reading