By: Cynthia A.
Starring: Will Arnett, MargWeek 43 2013 | Part 5 | Comic Reviewso Martindale, Jayma Mays, J.B. Smoove, Nelson Franklin, Eve Moon & Beau Bridges
“Giving the Bird”: That was a hilarious episode. This show is definitely funny and one of the best new comedy of this fall. The cast h ere has fit a perfect niche with one another, and the way this show is constructed and following the way of the family as the parents continue their divorce is amazing. The characters are perfectly designed to compliment one another and the actors are just amazing. This is a great show, it’s funny and the movies they quote just add to the comedy. Especially last night when they writers went for the all too cliché use of the quote “I want the truth! You can’t handle the truth” from A Few Good Men. That was priceless. Anyway, this is a very funny show and I really did love it. Simply amazing, a good laugh. This show is hilarious. Thursdays @ 830PM (EST) on CBS.
Starring: Adelaide Kane, Toby Regbo, Rossif Sutherland, Anna Popplewell, Caitlin Stasey, Celina Sinden, Jenessa Grant, Torrance Coombs, Megan Follows & Yael Grobglas
“Kissed”: This show is amazing. As far as historical accuracy goes, this show does very well to capture the events that took place and happened during Mary’s time in France. The costume and set design as well are breathtakingly beautiful. The actors also capture their characters perfectly. This really is a spellbinding show that has so much story and beauty to it. It’s a marvelous show. As far as story goes, even though it is catered to a younger audience, it’s more than just another teen drama. The lives of royalty back in the day was very risky. Wars were more common back then, and keeping peace seemed to be harder back then than it is now. So you can imagine what the young ones had to endure the moment they came of age. All of that gives this show so much depth and the acting, oh the acting is amazing. Everyone here is incredibly talented. This is an amazing show. All hail Mary! Queen of Scots! Thursdays @ 9PM (EST) on CW.
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