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Jerome writes TV reviews for BlogCritics.org and Seat42F.com, as well as fiction. He is a frequent guest on two podcasts, Let's Talk TV with Barbara Barnett and The Good, the Bad, & the Geeky. All of his work can be found on his website, jeromewetzel.com

TV Review: ‘Glee’ – “A Wedding”

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"A Wedding" is full of holes, but it's hard to care this close to the end, when the fun and emotional are coming at high levels. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Glee’ – ‘Transitioning’

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Glee gets things together in a moving episode that has a few plot holes, but not too many. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Glee’ – “What the World Needs Now”

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"Glee" returns to goodness with a Burt Bacharach-infused hour reviving dreams and attempting to heal familial conflict. Read More »

Formulaic Television: The Networks’ Disturbing Trend

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The broadcast networks are sabotaging their long-term futures by consistently producing mediocre and formulaic scripted series. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Glee’ – ‘The Hurt Locker’

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Glee fails miserably in this two-part episode that tosses realism and consistency out the window. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Parenthood’ Series Finale – “May God Bless and Keep You Always”

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Beautiful is the word the best describers 'Parenthood's' series finale. Read More »

TV Review: ‘American Horror Story: Freak Show’ – ‘Curtain Call’

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American Horror Story: Freak Show concludes its excellent run with a near-perfect ending. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Justified’ – ‘Fate’s Right Hand’

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Justified begins its final season in fine form, setting up a heck of a showdown and saying goodbye to an excellent character. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Glee’ – ‘Jagged Little Tapestry’

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Glee mixes good music into weak mashups and mingles excellent story with inconsistent plot in this middling episode, "Jagged Little Tapestry." Read More »

TV Review: ‘Glee’ – ‘Loser Like Me’ and ‘Homecoming’

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Glee's final season begins strong emotionally, even if some of the songs falter and it isn't very realistic. Read More »