Saturday, February 26, 2011

Off The Map Season 1 Episode 7

Screen caps from Wednesday's episode of Off The Map. Fantastic episode. I hope ABC keeps this series on the schedule because it would really be a shame to cancel it.

American Idol--Top 24

I am pretty pleased with the top 24 except I think that Colton Davis should have got the last spot for the boys and not fuzzy red head Brett.  Brett has way too much drama for me and besides, he irritates me to no end.

Here is a list of the top 24.

Ashthon Jones: Big hair, bigger voice. Bears uncanny resemblance to young Beyoncé. Likes roller skating. Creative spelling of first name.
Brett Loewenstern: Bigger hair, even bigger collection of accessories. Is vaguely New Age-y. Also vaguely reminds us of a camp counselor.
Casey Abrams: This year's token oddball. Makes goofy faces. Is actually pretty talented. Resembles Fozzie Bear, a ginger Screech, Mike D.
Clint Jun Gamboa: Twitchy karaoke champ with impressive arsenal of eyewear. Refuses to apologize for Jacee Badeaux dis. Rivers Cuomo-esque.
Haley Reinhart: Returning contestant who seems to have existed in some form on every "Idol" season ever. Raspy voiced. Preternaturally happy.
Jacob Lusk: Prodigiously piped gospel singer. Makes amazing faces while singing. Sort of resembles Mushmouth. Always wears ties. Is awesome.
James Durbin: Rocker who recalls Adam Lambert. Made bold choice to tackle Sam Cooke classic. In desperate need of a bandana intervention.
Jordan Dorsey: Catty, cutthroat alpha male who adheres to the "I'm just here to win" mantra, probably to his detriment. Not a good teammate.
Jovany Barreto: Bulgy, libidinous crooner with smoove voice. Wears much linen. Is here for the ladies. Has an amazing Twitter account.
Julie Zorilla: Poised, put-together pre-packaged entertainer. Wears many dresses. Early favorite of J.Lo. Recalls every Disney princess.
Karen Rodriguez: Primping diva-in-training. Vowed to be first Latina "Idol" champ. Possesses the talent to do so, yet is not a guy, so ...
Kendra Chantelle: Raspy-voiced powerhouse from Nashville. Despite talent, may be outshined by other female singers. Has two first names.
Lauren Alaina: Young, bubbly judges' favorite. Is strangely drawn to Steven Tyler. Dresses like she's attending a Quinceañera at Dollywood.
Lauren Turner: Likable everywoman/singing maid. Much like Kendra Chantelle, may have trouble grabbing the spotlight. Impressive hair.
Naima Adedapo: Bewitching nu-soul singer with tricky last name. Has large back tattoo, dreadlocks à la Crystal Bowersox. Is a real wild card.
Paul McDonald: Aptly named singer/songwriter who possesses very little flash, and yet, is a favorite. Might regret that rhinestone suit.
Pia Toscano: Talented singer whose name sounds like an Olive Garden entrée. Polished, performing-arts background, which explains a lot.
Rachel Zevita: Over-the-top stage baby with an attitude to match. Is an odd mix of Tatiana Del Toro and Siobhan Magnus, only so much more.
Robbie Rosen: Slightly gawky singer who somehow stole Billy Joel's hair, circa Glass Houses. Transforms into confident loverman when singing.
Scotty McCreery: Throwback country crooner who is eternally twanging "Baby Lock Them Doors." Would be super-famous in Nashville, 1985.
Stefano Langone: Booming singer who survived a near-fatal accident, and has the scars to prove it. Handsome, yet is sort of the Anti-Jovany.
TaTynisa Wilson: Big singer with creatively spelled first name. Eternally poised on the verge of greatness, has yet to reach those heights.
Thia Megia: Ultra-young singer with voice, presence beyond her years. Last female to make the cut, yet could be considered a dark horse fave.
Tim Halperin: Everydude with appropriately bland name. Despite that fact, is handsome, which could make him shoo-in to win the whole thing.

Wednesday, February 23, 2011

V--The Season Finale

I cannot believe that the season finales for this series is right around the corner.  Here is some information and pics from Daemon TV.

V Season 2 Episode 10 Mother's Day
Watch a sneak peek and check out photos of the upcoming episode of V Season 2 Episode 10 “Mother’s Day” which airs on Tuesday March 15 at 9:00-10:00 p.m., ET on ABC.
Episode Synopsis: V Season 2 Episode 10 “Mother’s Day” – Anna is focused on having Lisa breed with Tyler to ensure the evolution of the Visitors, while Erica and Diana enlist Lisa to stage a coup against Anna and remove her from power before humanity is destroyed. Erica and the Fifth Column join Lisa in the attempted coup, which has devastating results, on the shocking Season Two finale of “V,” TUESDAY, MARCH 15 (9:00-10:01 p.m., ET) on ABC. Also in the episode, Marc Singer, who played freedom fighter Mike Donovan on the original “V” series, will guest star as Lars Tremont, a member of a top secret organization of high-ranking military and government leaders from around the globe who have long suspected that the Visitors are very much not here in peace.
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Castle Season 3 Episode 16

Screen caps that I made from Monday night's episode of Castle "Setup". Please credit if using and enjoy.


What a phenomenal episode this was on 2/21. They steered away from their usual light episodes and gave us an hour of tense nail biting and stomach sinking episode.

Adrian Pasdar starred as FBI Agent Fallon and did a fine job.

There were so many great moments in this first of a two part episode that my head was spinning but one thing for sure--this episode scared the crap out of me because this could happen at any time. Just think about September 11 2001 and you will know what I am talking about.

The second part of this episode which will air on 2/28 looks even more intense than the first part.

Supernatural - S06E15 - ''The French Mistake'' - NEW Clip

LMAO! This should be one great episode.

Monday, February 21, 2011

Blue Bloods--Dedication

If people ask me why I love Blue Bloods so much I give them one simple answer--Tom Selleck as Police Commissioner Frank Reagan.

Frank Reagan has so much dignity it isn't even funny. Tom's portrayal of Frank Reagan is spot on for me and one of the reasons why this series works.

In Friday (2/18)episode, Frank gets shot as he is leaving a restaurant with a priest who he just had dinner with. A car speeds up and opens fire at Frank. Frank pushes the priest to safety and is shot in the back and shoulder. His wounds were not life threatening but now the police department must find out who did this and why.

Of course Danny wants to find these men and why they did this. The Deputy Police Commissioner, who I think is dirty, tells Danny he is off the case. Danny doesn't listen and to make a long story short, Danny and his brother thwart another attempt on Frank's life at the dedication ceremony for their bother Joe who was killed in the line of duty.

Fantastic episode and my favorite part was when Frank went to see the man behind all of this who is in the hospital dying and brings him a priest so the man can make a final confession. The man blames Frank for his daughter and grandchild being killed. Frank has been carrying around this horrible guilt with him since it happened.

Another fantastic episode from this wonderful series.

Sunday, February 20, 2011

Supernatural Season 6 Episode 13

Screen caps from Supernatural "Mannequin 3--Reckoning"


I loved this episode and while it was a rather "quiet" episode, it was seeped with hidden meaning.  Now this is only my opinion, but after seeing Peter take Olivia upstairs to make love to her, I will just bet my house, my husband and my dog that she is going to become pregnant also.  Can you just imagine having both Olivias pregnant with Peter's baby at the same time?  I cannot even imagine what is going to happen but it is going to be a fun ride seeing how this all plays out.

Also Walter made some comments about our universe coming apart at the seams, that it is happening and he looked frightened.

So this may have appeared to be a "quiet" episode but the hidden meanings were screaming at you.

Fantastic episode.  I love Fringe and hope that it will get renewed.

Fringe Season 3 Episode 14

Screen caps from Fringe "6B". Please credit if using and enjoy.

Saturday, February 19, 2011

Joshua Jackson Reaches Out To Fringe Fans

Great article.

Sound the alarms and prepare to send boxes full of cotton candy and licorice to Fox, because Joshua Jackson says that if ‘Fringe’ fans want a fourth season – they’ll need to help save the show.
Joshua Jackson Fringe Cancelation
Fans hoping that Fringe is on the fast lane for renewal might need to quell their speculative enthusiasm, because Fox’s sci-fi cult series is by no means out of the dark and cancellation is still very much a possibility.
Now, Peter Bishop himself, Joshua Jackson is speaking out – in the hopes of creating a groundswell of fan support.

Speaking with Entertainment Weekly, Jackson revealed that even though Fringe started out well in its new Friday night timeslot, the ratings as of recent haven’t been stellar… and everyone (including the network) is noticing. Despite Fox’s entertainment president Kevin Reilly raving about Fringe’s success last week, things appeared to have changed after the recent episode of Fringe continued the series’ noticeable ratings decline.
Here’s what Joshua Jackson has to say about Fringe and what he suggests fans should do if they want the series to stick around for another season:
“I’m a positive person in general, but we really need our Fringe fans to tune in and watch us on Fridays. We did good when we first moved, but last week we did not have a good week, ratings wise. It is going to take the people [who] like the show to watch the show and start the campaign and show their support if they want to see us stick around for another season.”
The request has been made, Fringe fans. How can you make sure that you’re doing your part to help save your favorite series? It’s simple: watch Fringe at 9pm, on Fox – anything else doesn’t help.
While there are many, many ways to watch Fringe after it has aired, these means do not provide any support to the series. Hulu, and (obviously) illegal torrents do nothing but provide supplement viewing options – and doesn’t have any impact on a network’s decision to renew a series.
Why? Because Fox makes almost no money outside of the original airing – even DVRing the episode doesn’t help. While The Nielsen Ratings will add a week’s worth of DVR viewings to the ratings, the networks and advertisers don’t even count those numbers. Even though I’m sure many will say it’s unfair not to count the DVR viewings, you already know why they don’t – most people skip the commercials on recorded programming.
So, if you really are a fan of Fringe and want the series to stick around for another year, will you be able to find the time to watch the series when it airs? If not, do you have any right to complain if it gets canceled?

Save Fringe

This is quite good and shows some great video clips.

Please all of you Fringe fans, help save this show.

Grey's Anatomy Season 7 Episode 17

Screen caps that I made from Grey's Anatomy--The Golden Hour.

Please credit if using and enjoy!

A OMG Supernatural Moment

This episode is going to be awesome.  I first saw this clip this morning and started to LMAO!!!!


American Idol, Big Bang Theory, CSI, Grey’s Anatomy, Mentalist top Thursday TV - National Grey’s Anatomy |

American Idol, Big Bang Theory, CSI, Grey’s Anatomy, Mentalist top Thursday TV - National Grey’s Anatomy |

The success of Grey's Anatomy even after 7 years is a testament to Shonda Rhimes and the writers and the actors of this wonderful series. So glad to see this.

Friday, February 18, 2011

FRINGE - Preview #2 from "6B" airing 2/18!

Sneak peek at tonight's episode of Fringe.

Fringe Wallpapers

Showing my support of Fringe, I am including 2 wallpapers that I got from the official Fox Fringe website.  This series is way to good to get canceled and I hope that Fox gives it another chance.  Remember Fox executives--the Nielsen ratings are not a true count on who is really watching.


The Event - The Event Is Back - Video -

The Event - The Event Is Back - Video -

This has me excited since Virgina Madsen is joining the cast. I have missed the Event and I am so glad that it is returning.

American Idol--Thursday 2/16/2011

I am so glad that Tiffany Rios got the boot.  She needed to goShe was so obnoxious and over confident that my gag reflexes started to kick in.  Other than that, I was very pleased as to who made it through the next round.  Here is an article and one that I agree with.

American Idol 2011: Solo Songs that Stood Out

American Idol 2011 gave us solo performances last night in the fourth night of of Hollywood Week. Out of the 100 contestants that were saved, there were plenty of voices that stood out with a certain “yowza” factor.
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At the end of the episode we saw everyone sitting in four different rooms, and given the mass “yes!” or “no.” Yea, that’s always stressful. But cheer up, next week is THE BEATLES challenge and AI will widdle down to the top 24 voices.
This is an American Idol recap of Hollywood week 4. If you are looking for something else, please visit this link for more of our recent American Idol posts. Thanks!
Here are some names to remember for American Idol season 10:
• Jacob Lusk: We didn’t see much of him earlier on, but now it seems like the camera loves him. He performed “God Bless the Child.” Afterwards, he cried ferociously hard – and not because it was a bad performance.
• Clint Jun Gambao: Oh, the Junebug. But now that we’ve seen some of his personality I have a very hard time liking him. He was the one who kicked young Jacee Badeaux out of his group. With his giant bug glasses, I just want to put him on mute.
• Jacee Badeaux: This young kid doesn’t seem to have the best voice of the people left, so keeping him around seems like a cruel joke. He won’t make the top 24 unless it’s for a Bieber effect.

• Ashley Sullivan: So confident in her ability to sing “Everything” by Michael Buble, she messed up the lyrics and started crying on stage. I hoped the judges would sense her instability (and her cheap “I sang this for my boyfriend who was in Iraq” ploy) but her voice overcame their doubts.
• Brett Loewenstern: FAME.  Does he remind no one else of the character Montgomery MacNeil (Paul McCrane) from the 80’s movie Fame?There are glasses perpetually pushed up onto his head onto a mass of red hair. We’ll need to fix this because no one likes associations to Carrot Top.
• Casey Abrams: Playing the standup bass gave him an upper hand he didn’t even need with his amazing, jazzy voice. His performances thus far have always been loose, giving the impression that he has only some solidly real talent to fall back on plus an “IT” quality.
• Carson Higgins: He also gave a performance of “My Prerogative” but it was buoyant and downright jolly.
• Chris Medina: He performed a soulful acoustic rendition of “My Prerogative.” He’s got a John Mayer thing going on.
• Thia Megia: Though she’s young and therefore I’m pre-disposed to dislike her (she’ll be eaten alive) her performance of “What a Wonderful World” was so great I could even forgive her hideous Crayola “Box of 24″ Crayon-inspired cardigan.
KICKED OFF AMERICAN IDOL: Jacqueline Dunford (bye bye to the other part of the AI power couple – sickness overtook her) Chelsee Oaks (I really wanted her to stay) Mark Gutierrez (I also really wanted him to stay.)

Private Practice--"Home Again"

This episode should have been titled "Invasion of the Body Snatchers" because I thought that Bizzy had taken over Addison's body there for a minute. Addison was acting cold and remote just like her mother.  I have always felt that Addison thought she was slightly above everybody else.  Who can forget her big entrance on Grey's Anatomy at the end of season 1.  She acted like a queen and that everybody was expected to bow down and kiss her feet.  Thank goodness that Addison changed and changed for the better.  I was getting a little worried last night that Addison might be slipping back to her cold, detached self but it was the grief and carrying around that horrible secret of how Bizzy really died.  In the end she told Sam (thanks to Charlotte) and her brother about what really happened.

It was great that all of her friends came to Connecticut to give her support even though things didn't go all that great at first.

The second storyline of last night's episode had to deal with Sheldon counseling a death row inmate  and Violet trying to help his wife deal with the pending death of her husband.  The woman believed that her husband was innocent only to learn from him that he actually did commit the murder.  Very tense and emotional stuff at play here.

Very pleased with last night's episode and if anybody is reading this blog please feel free to leave comments.

Grey's Anatomy "The Golden Hour"

I have always loved the character of Adele Webber.  She is funny and a no nonsense woman who has put up with a lot of BS in her life.  To see what Meredith is suspecting from this wonderful character is just ripping my heart out.  Richard’s reaction is what I suspected it to be—denial.  Can you imagine that tow woman whom you have loved both have coming down with Alzheimer’s disease.  What are the odds of that happening???  If Adele does have early onset Alzheimer's disease, this is going to be one hell of an emotional storyline.  I have no idea where Shonda is taking this storyline because I gave up trying to second guess her a long time ago.
Just seeing how Meredith handled things in the ER I vote for her to become Chief Resident.  Her or Alex who is just shinning this season.  The writing is on the wall with Alex and that new doc.  You just know those 2 are going to hook up.
No surprises for me that Jackson and Lexie are going on a date.  Saw that one coming a few episodes ago.  Hey, Jackson is pretty and has a great body so if I were Lexie I would sleep with him too.
Teddi was funny over her “husband” and her date meeting and talking with each other.
Snarky Christina is back.
Callie is a bit bitchy since she became pregnant.  I can relate believe me.
Bailey and Eli--OMG!  I was peeing my pants to actually see Bailey going to an on call room for a little action.  You go Bailey!!
Another fantastic episode and I cannot wait to see next week’s when Meredith starts loosing her vision.  I predict a box of Kleenex will be needed.

Thursday, February 17, 2011

V "Siege"

This was an absolutely terrifying episode filled with so much tension that you could have cut it with a knife.  I was impressed with the entire episode especially Elizabeth Mitchell's outstanding performance.

I'll say this here and now or I should say I will write this here and now, Anna is the most evil bitch I have ever encountered on any TV series.

The scene where Erica goes to her ex-husband where he is lying dead in the street was heartbreaking.  Anna's plan worked perfectly but here is the hitch.  She wants to know how to capture a human soul.  Ha!  Not going to happen Anna no matter what evil plan you cook up.

I was so happy to see that Lisa finally met her grandmother, Dianna and that they both have the same wish--to take Anna down.

Outstanding episode from a series that just keeps on getting better and better.

Wednesday, February 16, 2011

V Season 2 Episode 6

Screen caps from last night's episode of V.

This episode of V was an intense episode to say the least.

Anna gives a whole new meaning to the word bitch. Her plan to get Tyler back on he ship worked and left a bloodbath in it's wake. Tyler's dad got killed as did Eli and Ryan not to mention others.

I want to put a bullet right between Anna's eyes and scratch that human skin off of her to revel just what she really is.

I am glad that Lisa finally got to meet her grandmother, the once formidable Dianna. And they have one common goal--to bring Anna down. I will be rooting for these tow for sure.

Supernatural Graphics

Sarah from my Supernatural group sent these wonderful SPN graphics that were posted in Deviant Art.  They truly are wonderful.

Castle Season 3 Episode 15

Screen caps from Monday's episode of Castle. Please credit if using any. Thanks and enjoy!

Tuesday, February 15, 2011

The Lord's Prayer by 2-year Old

This little child is amazing.

James Tupper Returns To Grey's Anatomy

All I can say is YAY!!!!!  I got this from TVLine.

James Tupper is coming out of the trees and returning to Seattle Grace… at least for a while, according to TVLine. The former Men in Trees star appeared on Grey’s Anatomy at the beginning of the season as Doctor Andrew Perkins, a psychologist who was brought in to evaluate the residents after last season’s mass shooting. Being Grey’s Anatomy, the good doctor also found time to get a thing going with Kim Raver’s Dr. Teddy.
Tupper will be back for a three-episode arc at the end of the season, but there are no further details at the moment about what brings him back into the storyline. With Grey’s habit of taking popular recurring characters and making them a part of the regular cast, I think there’s a decent chance that ‘McTreemy’ could find himself in the regular line-up if his comeback is as popular as his debut.
Tupper isn’t the only person that’s making a return trip to hit ABC show; Loretta Devine is back this week for what’s expected to be a sad storyline, and a certain doctor who left to

Supernatural - Mannequin 3: Reckoning Preview Clip

This video clip from Thursday's episode is a hoot. Check it out.

Monday, February 14, 2011

Fringe Article

All I can say for right now is OH SHIT!!!!

Bo, No! Latest Fringe Twist Will Not Unfold In a Traditional Way, Say Producers

Warning: The following contains a major spoiler from this Friday’s episode of Fox’s Fringe. If you have not yet watched it, check back once you have.
As if Peter Bishop didn’t already feel the weight of the world -– er, two worlds -– on his shoulders, the closing moments of this week’s Fringe promise to give the lad even more to think about.
Yep, she’s pregnant. AltLivia/Fauxlivia/Bolivia, that is. And yes, it’s Peter swimmers that got the job done (Sorry, Frank), making Walternate quite the anxious granddad.
How will this revelation shake things up in each reality?
“The two universes are in disharmony, they’re in a fractured balance, so anything that happens on one side, certainly for the duration of this season and moving forward, will by design affect the other,” Fringe executive producer Jeff Pinkner tells TVLine.
For starters, Pinkner says, “There will be consequences for Bolivia and certainly Walternate, escalating the storytelling on that side.” After all, as AltBrandon presented the news to Walternate: “I think I might have another way to bring Peter back from the other universe.”
Indeed, the big question is what Peter will do with this information once it makes its way to him, and how if at all it might influence his massive decision — and it sounds like that bombshell won’t take long at all to drop.
“The reality of what’s happening over there will get to our side relatively soon,” previews Pinkner, “and it will absolutely affect what’s going on over here,” where Peter has been laboring to reconcile his feelings for Olivia vs. Fauxlivia as well as come to terms with his destiny as a savior of one — but which? — world.
If this paternity shocker at first blush appears a smidge soapy for a series as risk-taking as Fringe, rest assured that this ain’t no shopworn General Hospital storyline coming your way.
“We get to tell stories that maybe you understand as a viewer, and you’ve seen before” – but always with a twist, exec producer J.H. Wyman points out. “This is not the first time you’ve heard about somebody having an affair, which is always interesting drama. But it becomes a totally different thing when the person your loved one has fooled around with is another version of yourself!”
“In keeping with that,” Wyman continues, “this reveal will not unfold in a way that is traditional. So people should prepare for that, because it should be very interesting.”

Fringe--Altivia's Baby

Good article below.

Fringe || By Sam McPherson || Filed February 13th, 2011
 Fringe   How Will Altlivias Baby Change Things? It was the plot twist we all saw coming. It'd been rumored through the spoiler-blogosphere for some time, as well as hinted at in the show itself (remember what September said to Peter in "The Firefly?"). So it wasn't any surprise to me when they revealed that Altlivia was pregnant, despite the somewhat nonsensical way in which it was revealed. In fact, it kind of disappointed me that the rumors did turn out to be true. However, I do trust the Fringe writers and that the journey they take us on will be satisfying. But what exactly does this baby mean?
Well, first of all, it's part of what has to happen from a practical story standpoint: we have to get the story to a point of no hope. After Sam Weiss's revelation last week that the universe containing Peter's love will be safe, the show almost instantaneously began setting up that our universe won't make the final cut. There was that slip of paper that said "He still has feelings for her," and this week, there's the baby that Peter doesn't yet know about. The night is darkest just before the dawn -- and I bet it's going to get a whole lot darker.
Peter will probably find out about the baby toward the climax of the season, right as he's faced with that horrible decision. Hell, Peter might even decide to save the other universe and to let ours die -- though of course, ours would be saved somehow.
But the thing that the show has almost guaranteed now is that whichever universe the pregnant Altlivia is in, that's the universe that won't bite the bullet (I think that neither will, but the one she occupies is doubly safe). After all, this is network television, and I just don't think Fringe would kill an unborn child and its mother -- especially two so integral to the series. I would only fear for the destruction of the universe if Altlivia crosses back over here -- I don't think Fringe writers would have many qualms about destroying Walternate and the gang without Altlivia's presence.
If you've been missing my weekly ramblings about Fringe, don't worry -- I'll be back to reviewing Fringe in two weeks for the episode "Subject 13." If you're wondering who this Nadine Ramsden person is, she's the newest addition to TVOvermind's writing staff, and will be splitting Fringe reviews with me. I'm really enjoying reading her opinions on the show, and I hope you are, too.
Fringe's next episode, "6B," airs February 18 on FOX.

Series That Are In Trouble

I honestly am sick of this whole Nielsen system and believe that it needs to be revamped. If they are using this to determine which series will get renewed and which series gets canceled then they need to poll every household in America, Canada and overseas.

This is just such an unfair ratings system that it grates on my last nerve.


Grey's Anatomy Screen Caps Season 7 Episode 14

Sunday, February 13, 2011

Fringe Season 3 Episode 13

Grey's Anatomy 7x15 - Golden Hour - Promo #1 HD

Review of Supernatrual "Unforgiven"

This is from Buddy TV and it is a good review.

'Supernatural' Recap: The Worst Thing Sam Ever Did
'Supernatural' Recap: The Worst Thing Sam Ever Did
John Kubicek
John Kubicek
Senior Writer, BuddyTV
We already knew Sam did very bad things during the year he was hunting without a soul on Supernatural. But knowing it and seeing it are two completely different things. This week Sam does a lot of bad things in flashbacks, but one is probably the worst thing a Winchester has ever done.

In this week's episode a mysterious text brings Sam and Dean to a town in Rhode Island where Sam and Samuel investigated a group of missing men one year ago. Now it's women going missing, and Sam his having a tough time being reminded of all the awful things he did without a soul.

Here are Sam's very bad deeds.

Sam Beat Up a Cop

When Sam and Samuel were leaving Bristol the first time they were pulled over by a cop, and to get a way, Sam beat him to a bloody pulp.

Sam Slept with a Witness

While investigating one year ago, Sam started a very "loud and athletic" sexual relationship with a witness, who one year later was one of the missing women.

Sam Slept with a Married Woman

Sam remembers making out with an older woman in a bathroom while she asked him to handcuff her. That's one kinky cougar, and she joins the missing women after meeting Sam again in the present. It's because the spider demon is targeting Sam by taking all the women he slept with. Wow, so he really got around this town the last time.

Sam Involved Regular People

Going against the code, Sam and Samuel told the local sheriff and his wife all about demon hunting. Involving civilians is never a good idea. In the present he returns to the wife, Brenna, to help find out what happened to her missing husband.

Sam Turned on His Family

While talking to the sheriff and his wife in the past, Sam said that he didn't have family because they only slow you down. It's not as bad as murder, but turning your back on the Winchester name is not a good thing.

Sam Used the Sheriff as Bait

Sam and Samuel learned they were tracking an Arachne, aka an evil spider creature. To catch the Spider Lady, Sam lured the sheriff to a park where the abductions took place and let her take him so he could track her. Using an innocent person as bait? That's something the real Sam would never do, and under normal circumstances, it would be the worst thing he could possibly do. But it got so much worse.

Sam Killed Lots of Innocent People

Sam and Samuel found the Spider Lady's lair where all her victims were stuck in webs. Sam successfully killed the Arachne by cutting her head off, but he was left with all the victims, who were poisoned. Sam believed they were all doomed, so he did what he thought was right. He killed them all.

Sam shot the victims in the head to put them out of their misery, then burned the bodies. First, I need to give Jared Padalecki major credit because that was brutal and he did a great job. I also give credit to the show for daring to go this dark. Dean may have agreed to torture innocent people when he was in Hell, but we never saw it. Seeing Sam shoot these victims in the head is not something they can easily undo.

Yes, in the present the sheriff returned, saying that the Arachne was breeding, not poisoning, and that by the time Sam shot him, he was already turned, but does that really change anything?  Sam didn't know that when he did what he did, so soul or no soul, Sam still killed innocent people.

That's a burden that is going to take some time to understand. Sam has changed forever, and it's going to take something big to redeem him now. On the bright side, in the present he and Dean manage to kill the Sheriff Spider.

However, after reliving his awful actions, Sam is different. And he's only scratched the surface, literally because the episode ends with Sam twitching on the ground while he remembers being covered in fire in the cage. So much for that wall Death built.

Next week on Supernatural: It looks like Sam is fine, so I'm not sure what happened. What I do know is that the boys are hunting a killer mannequin, which is only slightly less terrifying than the thought of seeing Kim Cattrall in another Sex and the City movie. If you don't get that joke, do yourself a favor and go rent the 1987 movie Mannequin.

Private Practice--Blind Love

This was an emotional and intense episode and a turning point for Charlotte and Addison.

First off Charlotte--The man who raped her was brought into the ER with a knife sticking out of his chest (poetic justice if you ask me) and the doctors have got to try and save him.  Sam who is the lead doctor on the case want him to die as does Charlotte before their better judgments take hold.  Of course Cooper wants him dead and he doesn't care about any moral obligations of being a doctor.  You gotta love Cooper!

Charlotte does walk up to him while he is laying there in the hospital bed with a knife sticking out of his chest and tells him she wants her face to be the last he ever sees.  He survives the surgery only to wake up and find that he is handcuffed to the bed.  They all can put this horrific chapter in Charlotte's life behind them.

Addison--Susan is dying and it is only in the hospital room that Bizzy finally learns that Susan had a DNR order in place.  Susan dies leaving Bizzy devastated.  Addison goes to her mother's hotel room and makes peace with her finally.  I should have seen what was coming next but I was floored when Addison returned a few hours later to find that her mother had committed suicide.  What a sad ending to this chapter in Addison's life.

A very sad and emotional episode as only Shonda Rhimes and company can pull off.


SpoilerTV Article - Where has TV gone wrong?

The following article is so true. I love it.

SpoilerTV Article - Where has TV gone wrong?

Saturday, February 12, 2011


I called this about a month ago and even though I knew Alt-Olivia would end up pregnant it still shocked me to actually see it and hear it.  As soon as I saw her throw up I knew.  I knew that she wasn't throwing up because of what she believed she was given.  Nope, Peter got her pregnant while she was over posing as our Olivia in this universe.  This opens up a whole new slew of things that can and probably will happen.

The problem for many Fringe fans is that I think that Peter actually fell in love with her even while knowing that things were off a bit.  He couldn't put his finger on it other than Alt-Olivia was more open and showed her emotions more easily.

Now begs the question if Peter is going to find out and if he does, what is he going to do about it.

I have seen some nasty comments about Alt-Olivia and I have to disagree.  I like her and she fell in love while working on an assignment.  It may have started out as one thing but ended up something totally different.

This episode was awesome except for the bugs. LOL


All I can say after seeing this episode is oh shit!!!  I was blindsided by that last scene when Sam went into convulsions so I guess that Sam scratched that itch.  I knew that he was going to because Sam wanted to know everything that he did when he was soulless.  That's Sam.  Dean on the other hand wouldn't care. LOL  But seeing Sam fall on he floor into convulsions was enough to send me into orbit.

Here is a review of the episode from Damon TV.

Posted: 11 Feb 2011 07:39 PM PST
SUPERNATURAL “Unforgiven” Season 6 Episode 13 - On SUPERNATURAL this week, we got to see flashbacks of Sam’s life while Dean thought he was in hell.
Sam is sent coordinates to a small down in Rhode Island where he realizes that he and Samuel had worked a case during the previous year. When he and Dean arrive, Sam starts having memory flashes of the past. What we learned from Sam’s flashbacks? Well, little Sammy was a bit of a man whore.
Which does have a point to the plot – Dean discovers that all of the missing girls from the town were actually women that Sam had slept with; which makes Dean realize that whatever they’re hunting is out to get Sam.
What are they hunting? A giant man spider. My first thought was Shelob, but then I realized that the Winchester’s were dealing with something on a much smaller scale. After a few mishaps, one which ends up putting Sam in jail for a bit, the spider is killed, and we all go on our merry way.
Sort of.
What the hell were the last few seconds of that episode?! I’m a Sam girl (yep, I’ll label myself), so of course that ending killed me just a little bit inside. While I figured something like that was coming eventually, I didn’t expect it to be this soon after Sam got his soul back.
Regardless, “Unforgiven” was a great episode. It was less about the hunt, and more about the person that Sam was when he was hunting with Samuel. And the Sam that we saw was a totally different Sam than we’ve all grown to know and love.
Soulless Sam was hard, efficient, and did what he needed to do to get the job done. There was no nonsense while he and Samuel hunted, and he had no reservations of using civilians as bait.
I felt that this week Supernatural pushed the envelope a bit with Sam, especially in the scene when he and Samuel find the victims of the thing (I’m sorry, I totally didn’t catch the name of the creature) and Sam decides to put them out of their misery by shooting each of them in the head.
While I can understand wanting to end their suffering, the lack of any emotion from Sam was really difficult for me to watch, and I found myself turning away from the screen for that point. I even told my roommate “Next week really needs to be a throw away funny episode after this one!”; just to give the fans some breathing space – and that was before the fiery ending!
I really, REALLY enjoyed seeing more of Samuel. I think I might be in the minority of the fandom, but I find the Campbell’s fascinating, and while most of them have died or are now possessed by demons, I liked seeing that Samuel had problems with the way his grandson was acting.
Of course, sympathy goes out to Dean (when doesn’t it?). He told Sam they needed to leave town, not to go scratching at the “wall” that Death had put up, and what does Sam do? Like always, ignores his brother, does his own thing, and ends up seizing in pain on the floor, with visions of his soul being tortured in hell pouring back in to his mind.
It was almost hard to feel sorry for him.
My favorite part of “Unforgiven”? Sorry, but it’s not one of the boys (although the bathroom scene was incredibly yummy)! It would go to Samuel. When Sam told him he activated the GPS on the sheriff’s phone and Samuel yelled “In english?!”
Flame me if you must, but I do enjoy Samuel Campbell.

Friday, February 11, 2011

Grey's Anatomy P.Y.T.

Loved this episode.  Of course there was only a few episodes that I have not loved on the entire 7 seasons of GA and those involved anything with Erica Hahn.  Did not like her character and I am glad that she is gone.

I am wondering after seeing last night's episode if Jackson and Lexie are going to have a fling.  Damn he is so pretty it should be a crime.

Kudos to Meredith for choosing her own destiny in the clinical trials and not picking up where her mother left off.

Callie had me peeing my pants with the whole caffeine thing and she won out in the end.  I can tell you from experience, don't mess with a pregnant woman!

Loved the scene when Lexie first found out about her father's new girlfriend. LOL

Here is a review from TV Fanatic with some great quotes.

Grey's Anatomy Review: "P.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thing)"

This week's Grey's Anatomy solved some mysteries (i.e. who is Dr. Fields’ love interest going to be?), but also created some new issues (i.e. what is going on with Lexie and Avery?).
Throughout "P.Y.T. (Pretty Young Thing)," Meredith demonstrated her ability to relate to Alzheimer’s patients and their families. The Chief decided, however, that he wanted to start a clinical trial to cure diabetes based on research he found in one of her’s mom’s journals.
Richard explained that he would not complete the trial without Meredith, and she ultimately had to choose between Alzheimer’s and diabetes research.
Best Friends on Grey's
Meredith gave the Chief permission to go through with the diabetes trial alone after she decided curing Alzheimer’s was more important to her than continuing her mother’s work.
This plot line emphasized that Meredith really never knew the same woman that the Chief did and is most concerned with keeping others from suffering from the same pain that she faced growing up with a sick mother.
Mark and Arizona ganged up and tried to keep Callie healthy for the baby. Callie could not resist caffeine and eventually rebelled against Mark and Arizona. The episode ended with the three of them actually getting along in the apartment.
Do you think that Callie, Arizona, and Mark can maintain this positive dynamic?
Callie, Owen, and April operated on a patient who tried to be a human slingshot in an attempt to find Internet fame. The patient figured out the error of his ways when Owen told a story about a soldier who was injured trying to save others in combat.
Owen did not have a very large role in this episode, but this was a strong scene. Will he fade into the background or will a new story line thrust him back into the spotlight?
Thatcher Grey was admitted to the hospital, surprising Lexie and Meredith. Lexie found about his new girlfriend when the girlfriend arrived at the hospital kissed him.
Lex and Dad
Lexie was upset that the girl was her age and acted cruelly toward her. After Meredith told Lexie to let their dad be happy, Lexie and the girlfriend found common ground in caring for Thatcher. Lexie has had her share of problems lately. Hopefully, things will start looking up for her.
In other Lexie news, Mark bribed Avery with surgeries to get him to spy on Lexie and find out why she was so upset. Avery successfully got Lexie to spill her guts in exchange for candy.
She admitted to being upset that Mark is having a baby and leaving her behind without consulting her. She also said that she missed Mark but that the relationship had to end since Mark had messed up for the second time.
Avery told Mark that he could not get any information from Lexie, but Mark still let him scrub in. Avery seemed to have a real connection with Lexie. At the end of the episode, Avery asked Lexie out informally, and she said yes.
Avery and Mark clearly both want to be with Lexie. If Avery had told Mark what Lexie had said to him, do you think that Mark could have fixed things with her? Did it make you like Mark any less that he abused his power to get Avery to spy on Lexie?
Mark clearly will not be happy if he finds out that Avery and Lexie are spending time together. Who do you think Lexie is going to end up with?
Finally, Alex and Dr. Fields got off to a rocky start when he used offensive language to describe a baby that was a candidate for organ donation.
Dr. Fields had Alex removed from the transplant case and made Alex feel insensitive for not thinking about the mother who birthed the injured baby.
Dr. Fields later saw another side of Alex when he insisted on staying with the recovering baby in the NICU. Alex and Dr. Fields ended up in an elevator, and she refused to go out with him. It seems like the writers are setting up a future relationship.
Do you think they have good chemistry? Did you like the episode overall? Browse some of the night's best Grey's Anatomy quotes and comment below!
Lexie: You're not his family! You're his midlife crisis! | permalink
Mark: Peanut butter cups. She's a stress eater. You get her eating, you get her talking. She loves peanut butter cups. | permalink
Alex: I thought I knew all of the nurses on this floor. How did I miss you? | permalink
Mark: That goo looks great. I say stick with the goo. | permalink
Meredith: One of the hardest lessons as a doctor is learning to prioritize. We're trained to do all we can to save life and limb, but, if cutting off a limb, means saving a life, we learn to do it without hesitation. It's not an easy lesson to learn, and it always comes down to one question, "what are the stakes?" What do we stand to gain or lose? At the end of the day, we're just gamblers trying not to bet the farm. | permalink
Cristina: If you continue to whine about how you can't decide which groundbreaking medical advancement to put your name on, I'll punch you in the ear. | permalink
Cristina: It's Sophie's choice.
Meredith: It's Sophie's choice?
Lexie: I've never seen that movie.
Cristina: Well, you should. It's really funny. | permalink
Callie: Kepner, I need you to speak differently.
April: I'm sorry.
Callie: It's your voice. It's a little um—just speak differently.
April: Like with an accent? | permalink
Cristina: There's no way she's twenty. She's gotta be like 26, 27.
Lexie: I'm 27.
Cristina: Oh. Gross. | permalink
Teddy: For someone who has a history of ambivalence towards motherhood, you got the whole guilt thing down cold. | permalink
Cristina: You're the one who needs to keep his mouth shut, cabbage patch. | permalink
Lexie: That's what happens when your boyfriend's an old man. Old men get cancer. | permalink
Lexie: I never really got it before, but this is how he operates. He starts up new families, stops talking to the old ones. He'll go off marry Dani the tattooed lady, have six little mid-life crisis babies, and I'll never hear from him again. It's exactly what he did to you. | permalink
Chief: She didn't give you a lot of love, but she gave you her talent and her name and this. | permalink
Lexie: Crap, my dad's tatted up skank isn't the bitch. I am. | permalink
Meredith: I think it's right that you continue her work, but I just really want to cure her disease. | permalink
Meredith: Surgery is a high stakes game. But no matter how high the stakes, sooner or later, you're just going to have to go with your gut, and, maybe just maybe, that'll take you right where you were meant to be in the first place. | permalink

Wednesday, February 9, 2011

Fringe" The Love Triangle

This is a million dollar question, which Olivia will Peter choose.  Our Olivia or FauxOlivia??

Does anybody care to make a wager on who Peter picks?  I wouldn't even dare to guess right now.

Here is an article from TV Guide about all of this.

Exclusive First Look Video: Fringe's "Vicious, Vicious" Triangle Heats Up

Anna Torv, Joshua Jackson
In a perfect world, it would be all about Peter and Olivia. But in Fringe's alternate universe, there's that damn Fauxlivia to worry about, too. And with young Mr. Bishop still harboring the warm-and-fuzzies for his Mata Hari from the other side, not to mention a pileup of major revelations that come out in this week's episode (Friday, 9/8c on Fox), things just can't be black or white... or in the show's multiverse color scheme, red or blue.

Who should our hero pick, Liv or the liar? In this exclusive video, the cast discusses TV's trickiest threesome, Peter's, um, bedroom abilities, and how the fate of mankind may actually rest on his decision. So check it out and then check in with your comments on whom you would like to see Peter with. And don't worry, Massive Dynamic will not be monitoring your answers below. At least, that's what they told us to say.