It’s been a busy couple of days as most of the major U.S. television networks have started making decisions on which shows will grace the small screen next season.
Find out what happened during HAPPY ENDINGS “The Ballad of Lon Sarofsky” and “Un-sabotagable” episodes.
While nothing particularly new or exciting happened during this week’s double dose of Happy Endings, there were enough laughs sprinkled among the familiar plot points to keep me happy.
I’m so glad that this season of Archer‘s almost over because it’s been largely a miss, and the first part of the finale didn’t sway my opinion one bit. A Navy bomber crashed off the coast of Bermuda and a hydrogen bomb sank to the bottom of the ocean, so
After two months off the air, Happy Endings debuted in its newest Friday night timeslot with two decent enough episodes in “In the Heat of the Noche” and “The Straight Dope.” In the first episode, Brad roped in Jane, Alex and Dave to help save the kiddie gym he works at to
Honestly, I prepped myself for a ton of lazy Catholic jokes when I learned that Archer was doing an episode about the Pope, which we got, but “The Papal Chase” ended up exceeding my expectations even though it was just another standard attempt by the show. The Vatican hired ISIS
After last week’s phenomenal episode, Justified slowed things down and spun its wheels ever so slightly with “Peace of Mind” which was clearly a table-setting installment prepping the audience for next week’s season finale. Now that Drew Thompson’s in custody, the hunt for Ellen May was on because he would not cooperate with the
I know that I’ve been hard on Archer‘s fourth season, and I still think it’s largely been a disappointment, but I have to admit that “Un Chien Tangerine” was wildly entertaining. Lana and Sterling were on a mission in Morocco to pick up an asset for ISIS, but it turned
Sorry for taking so long to get this recap up, but real life gets in the way sometimes. Things on Justified are steamrolling along now that the Drew Thompson mystery is over, and “Decoy” was easily the best episode of the season if not the past couple of years. It’s up to
Now that Shelby’s true identity has been revealed, the manhunt for Drew Thompson was on in the appropriately titled “Get Drew.” Since there are like six different entities trying to find Drew Thompson, I figured it’d be easier to sum up what each camp did individually. Let’s hope this makes
I’m just going to be honest. I’m counting down the days until Season 4 of Archer‘s all wrapped up because it has been largely underwhelming and lacking that special something that got me watching in the first place. Sterling and Lana had to pose as newlyweds so they could figure
Just when I thought Archer could not get more pointless than “Live and Let Dine,” it had to put out “Coyote Lovely” which was just as inane if not more so. ISIS was hired to help the U.S. Border Patrol take down Moreno, a notorious “coyote,” but everything went sideways