Sunday Night TV (6 Oct 2013) | TV Review


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Genre: Fantasy, Drama, Adventure, Mystery, Comedy-drama

Starring: Ginnifer Goodwin, Jennifer Morrison, Lana Parrilla, Josh Dallas, Jared S. Gilmore, Robert Carlyle, Raphael Sbarge, Jamie Dornan, Eoin Bailey, Meghan Ory, Emile de Ravin, Colin O’Donoghue & Michael Raymond-James

“Lost Girl”: Is it just me or do you think everyone should just shut the hell up and listen to Captain Hook, cause he’s dealt with Peter Pan before and knows how and the damn island work. But no, no one wants to work together. Seriously, it’s just a bit annoying, however Regina is still my favorite character on the show. Now as far as the story goes, it’s a long way from home from the Peter Pan we all know and love, and it’s a risky change, but also kind of cool. Peter Pan is far from nice. Now, it’s an interesting story that revealed to us that Emma still considers herself an orphan which breaks her parents hearts, understandably so, but it is what it is and that can’t be fought. All in all, a good episode, but it’s starting to get annoying how this team that is supposed to work together don’t bother listening to each other. I mean, get over it to save the darn child already. Sundays @ 8PM (EST) on ABC.

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Genre: Legal drama, political drama

Starring: Julianna Marguiles, Matt Czuchry, Archie Panjabi, Graham Philips, Makenzie Vega, Alan Cumming, Zah Grenier, Josh Charles & Christine Baranski

“The Bit Bucket”: So the NSS, or NSA, whatever it is that monitors our calls and our texts is spying on the Floric family because of a 2 year old case and now because Zach’s ex-girlfriend is a Somalian citizen who keeps calling him. They claim they are trying to find terrorist. Yeah, okay. Fishing where there is no fish dudes. Anyway this was a thrilling episode because the writers are revealing to us the way that the Law Firm is tearing itself apart from all angles. Diane wants to be a chief justice and needs to disavow Will in order to secure her spot, Alicia and Cary are forming their own firm in secret and well Will; he’s not going to be a very happy camper. Everybody’s leaving Will. Cary is by far one of the characters that has grown the most, both the character and the actor, and the plots capture that and capture the growing tension brilliantly. So does the acting. Everything about this show is marvelous, it’s full of growth on all fronts and the tension, oh that’s just gripping good stuff. Sundays @ 9PM (EST) on CBS.

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Genre: Police Procedural, Comedy-drama

Starring: Simon Baker, Robin Tunney, Ti Kang, Owai Yeoman & Amanda Righetti

“Black-Winged Redbird”: Lisbon is okay folks! She’s fine, escaped with a minor concussion. Oh that scene with the pair of them together was great because it showed what a tight bond the pair have as a brother/sister relationship. They have such a tightknit chemistry together it’s amazing, it’s great, as long as that stays steady they really have something here that can last a long while. Anyway, onto the episode.

There are 6 candidates for Red John left and Jane and Lisbon have another clue to help them figure out who he is. Remember folks, the identity of Red John will be revealed before the end of 2013, at least that’s what CBS is telling us. I mean it’s just great, it’s amazing, it’s good stuff here, but after 6 seasons, it’s time for the mystery to come to a close. And it is! Oh the anticipation is killing me! On another note, this really was a good episode that built up the story and the apprehension makes the chase much more thrilling, especially since it’s coming to an end soon. Oh my god, I can’t wait! Sundays @ 10PM (EST) on CBS.

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