Jerome Wetzel has hosted two entertainment based podcasts, "Geek Out With Jimmy" and "The Good, The Bad, & The Geeky". He is also the author of the An Actor's Nightmare book series. He currently writes television reviews for examiner.com and blogcritics.org. To contact him, e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.
Glee toned it down with some nice duets that gave each club member a chance to shine.
Glee tackled faith, with Kurt boldly defending atheism in the face of tragedy, and a rare glimpse at Sincere Sue.
Caprica is back. Don't count out Zoe and Amanda yet, and Clarice may be the most interesting character on television.
Paul returns to Desperate Housewives, Vanessa Williams brings trouble, and where is Carlos and Gabrielle's daughter?
Chuck is a brilliant little show, but needs viewers, so please tune in! You won't be sorry.
Grey's Anatomy's doctors continue to heal from the trauma inflicted upon them last season.
Glee continues to do better, delivering a great installment of Britney Spears music and plot development for airhead Brittany.
Dexter has found his emotions, only to have them wrecked by the death of his wife.
Blue Bloods is a cop drama, but with a strong family element, making it unique.
Glee was great in season one, but raised the bar to awesome in the second season premiere.