Dateline: Boston, Massachusetts
Mary K. is a freelance entertainment writer living in the Greater Boston area. She has written CD reviews for Metronome Magazine and is a former Features Editor for Hot Psychology Magazine. Mary K. has also contributed to the anthology, Brewed Awakenings.
Jack sinks to the floor - the weight of one more friend’s death squeezes the spirit out of him.
An anticipated showdown between girl geeks Janis and Chloe with a flash of claws and maybe a little hissing.
Jack drives rogue through a park. The children watch the legendary Jack Bauer speed through their midst.
Jack and Renee suddenly bust into the apartment, scaring the crap of out the two women and the viewing audience.
“It’s going to take me 20 minutes to task a satellite!” “Then don’t waste time talking about it!”
Cutting through BS to the real mechanics of things, How to be a Geek Goddess arrives at the right time.
Jack explains that to the Matobos that he and Tony are actually the cavalry, sent to save the day.
A special feature of the night will be the presentation of the Life Achievement Award to James Earl Jones.
To say that this season seven has been interesting so far is like saying the weather sucks in New England.
Award-winning director Kirsten Sheridan shows she can aptly strike the balance between realistic and cloying.