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Tuesday Night TV (29 Oct 2013) | TV Reviews


By:Cynthia A.

image Genre: Supernatural drama, Horror, Fantasy

Starring: Joseph Morgan, Daniel Gillies, Claire Holt, Phoebe Tonkin, Charles Michael Davis, Daniella Pineda, Leah Pipes & Danielle Campbell

“Sinners and Saints”:  That was a good episode that actually made me feel for Devina for once.  Not only that, it took away whatever sympathy I had for the Witche’s and as for Elijah, god how I missed him.  It seems to me that the originals, well Klaus and Elijah, are finding women in their lives that speak to their hearts.  Klaus seems to be attracted to Cami and Elijah and Hayley certainly have certainly stirred up some romance there.  There is a welcomed spark between the pair of them, and considering how often he was burned by Katherine who loved herself more than anything, he deserves a girl who chooses to fight for others.  She also cares about family as much as him.  Now, this was a very rich episode that really brought it a new twist and a new story to be explored.  This show has more witches, more tension that exists outside of some romance.  This show is more story oriented than Vampire Diaries, and has just as much character within it.  All in all, with each episode, it continues to improve.  Tuesdays @ 8PM (EST) on CW.

image Genre: Sitcom

Starring: Malin Åkerman, Bradley Whitford, Michaela Watkins, Natalie Morales, Ryan Lee, Bailee Madison, Albert Tsai & Marcia Gay Harden

“Halloween”:  I love Halloween so Halloween based episodes, especially in sitcoms, are always some of my favorite episodes.  This episode is no exception.  Kate (Malin) brought home Bert so that he could get his Ironman costume that Jackie totally misinterpreted thus making Malin the center of his attention when she gets him an actual Ironman costume from the store.  Jackie still has no idea who he is, or that Robert Downey had a son.  Yeah, that was hilarious.  All the while, Pete has stolen the candy of a punk kid who he believes is the kid who egged his house last Halloween and mooned him.  While everyone is against this belief, he stands firm and his ex-wife Diane gives the kid his candy only to have him egg the house and moon them all.  That was just hilarious.  The casting in this show is amazing and Akerman is certainly the one who shines through it.  Her charm is amazing and on the screen she makes the best trophy wife, a woman who is very smart and fun-loving and simply just trying to fit into this family she had joined.  Tuesdays @ 930PM (EST) on ABC.

image Genre: Crime, Drama, Thriller

Starring: Jim Caviezel, Taraji P. Henson, Kevin Chapman, Michael Emerson, Sarah Shahi & Amy Acker

“Mors Praematura”:Last week left us with Root abducting Shaw after a mission.  This episode picks up right where that left up because apparently she has a mission from the machine as well, a different mission that seems to coincide with Finch’s and Reese’s.Now that was certainly a shocker, and a very ingenious plot twist and certainly an action packed episode.  All in all, Shaw was a great addition to the cast, but Root, yeah not as a permament cast member.  It’s good how the writers have brought in Visionary, a radical group that hates how the government is monitoring people.  They are the new enemy, and I like how the writers are shifting away from Root to bring them in.  Root is insane and she does not make a very enthusiastic good guy.  She’s too lose and too insane to be set loose and the machine really needs to cut her loose or something.  But that’s just my opinion on the matter.  Tuesday @ 10PM (EST) on CBS.

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