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'Revolution' Recap: 'The Longest Day'

May 14th, 2013 12:59pm EDT
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Revolution is about war. It’s about families being torn apart, it’s about loyalties being tested, and, as we were reminded tonight, it’s about survival – no matter who you are and who you love. Oftentimes, we forget about these factors in lieu of the “close call” deaths, random kidnappings, and heated dramatic exchanges. But “The Longest Day” (which thankfully was not really the longest day, turning out to be one of the better paced and more interesting episodes of the season) helped remember that this show is a war story as much as it’s a family story – something we needed heading into the...
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'Supernatural' 7.17 Recap: March Madness

March 24th, 2012 8:46am EDT
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I may have been too harsh on “Supernatural” last week. I say this as I’m absolutely humming with afterglow from magic of “The Born-Again Identity.” This episode was the proverbial flowers-and-candy gesture that had me at hello. “Supernatural” fans should know by now that I can never stay mad at it.

The show opens without the squishy death of a hapless stranger, but with a haggard Sam Winchester wobbly running through Crack Alley. You know you look like death warmed over when a drug dealer worries about you and offers complimentary goofballs so you can sleep. Mark Pellegrino returns...
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'Supernatural' 7.15 Recap: Sam Boards The Crazy Train

February 18th, 2012 8:38am EST
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I took last week off not only because of my Sammy-sized clown phobia, but because I was forced into celebrating a milestone birthday. I’m back, though, significantly older than I was before. I did watch “Plucky Pennywhistle’s Magical Menagerie” in the safety of a psychiatrist’s office, and I thought that what the episode lacked in action on the front end, it made up the crackish humor “Supernatural” is known for, and that’s an episode after my own heart.

After watching “Repo Man,” which welcomed back one of my favorite characters in the devil himself, and unearthed some startlingly ugly...
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'Supernatural' 7.12 Recap: Dean Brings Sexy Back To The Future

January 14th, 2012 8:40am EST
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It’s been a big week for “Supernatural” fans. The little show that could won two People’s Choice Awards (Favorite Network Drama and Favorite Sci-Fi/Fantasy Show). Suck it, “Vampire Diaries!” TVLine.com also reported that—SPOILER ALERT— “Supernatural” staple Jim Beaver will eventually return, and my favorite guest star, Mark Pellegrino will be reprising his fabulously evil turn as Lucifer in the episode 15. So this week's episode felt like icing on a very awesome pop cult cake.

“Time After Time” was artfully pieced together in a non-linear manner, but I’m going to do my best to break...
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'Supernatural' Recap: There's A Devil On Sam's Shoulder

October 1st, 2011 11:30am EDT
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Just in case last week’s episode didn’t completely destroy you, our favorite show returned to scrub your heart over a cheese grater and give your soul a few gut-punches with an episode jam-packed with “Supernatural’s” unique brand of campy special effects and life-ruining angst. “Hello Cruel World” picked up right where the premiere left off: Sam was in a secluded part of the demonic laboratory succumbing to all-too real hallucinations of Lucifer, and Castiel’s vessel was just taken over by those sinister Leviathans that tossed Dean and Bobby around like a couple of hot potatoes.

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'Supernatural' Recap: Have Faith That It Will Get Worse

September 24th, 2011 12:30pm EDT
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When “Supernatural” first started seven years ago, it was just a show about two brothers with a cool car, saving people and hunting things while they searched for their father. I had no idea that it would nearly double its ratings in the fourth season—thanks to passionate fans and the internet—or that it would snarkily and bravely tackle such enormous themes as religion, God and the true meaning of faith. But season six ended with everyone's favorite angel, Castiel, declaring himself the new God after bingeing on Purgatory’s doomed souls with as much gusto as Dean (Jensen Ackles) attacks ...
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