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TV Review: ‘Mad Men’ – ‘Time and Life’ – or True Colors

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Rumors begin to fly at SC&P when the 'Mad Men' ad agency is alerted that it's being swallowed up by the competing McCann Erickson, . Read More »

‘Mad Men’ – “Time & Life”

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"Time & Life" is powerful episode that breaks through the thin veneer of complacency at SC&P and brings everyone face to face with the reality they naively hoped would never materialize. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Supernatural’ – ‘The Werther Project’

The Werther Project

The Werther Project” is a compelling twist on the standard "Supernatural" MOTW episode. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Mad Men’ – ‘The Forecast’ – Or Intergenerational Fireworks

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This episode provides plenty of intergenerational fireworks as characters express their deepest convictions, hopes, and dreams, with some forging deeper bonds. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Community’ – “Advanced Safety Features”

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'Community' explores characters' arrested development while poking fun at the Honda Fit. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Mad Men’ – ‘New Business’ – or Grappling with Loss

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With every new business venture or personal relationship comes the shadow side – the risk of a new loss, along with reminders of losses past. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Justified’ – Series Finale – ‘The Promise’

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Justified ends its series perfectly, focused on the relationship between Boyd and Raylan. Read More »

‘Mad Men’ – Don Draper’s “Death” Is Preordained

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Don Draper will indeed die in the series finale – and it will be of his own doing. Read More »

Interview with David Shore, Creator of CBS’ New Cop Show ‘Battle Creek’

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'House, M.D.' creator David Shore chats with Blogcritics about his new series CBS' 'Battle Creek' in an exclusive interview. Read More »

TV Review: ‘Mad Men’ – New Business’

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The emphasis is more personal than business in this week's "Mad Men." Read More »