This is it, the 50th Anniversary Special of “Doctor Who,” featuring Matt Smith, The Eleventh Doctor, and David Tennant, The Tenth Doctor. This very special episode purports to finally reveal the details and consequences of the Time War between the Time Lords and the Daleks, and why John Hurt is the lost regeneration, known as The War Doctor. All this plus Daleks, Zygons, and Rose Tyler. See you after the jump for my thoughts on “The Day of The Doctor.”
Last week we watched a bizarre version of the midnight ride of Paul Revere. Seems Paul was protecting a secret code book. What was the secret? Don’t let the Horseman reclaim his head. No kidding! Tell me something I don’t know. What’s up with my favorite Pez dispenser, Andy Brooks (John Cho) and why is he willing to help our crimefighters? I laughed out loud when Ichabod discovered porn. But, the night was not a total waste and the good news; the horseman was captured. What’s the bad news? Find out after the jump.
It’s coming! Today we have the (first?) prequel mini-episode to the November 23 Fiftieth Anniversary Special of “Doctor Who” – called “The Night of The Doctor” written by showrunner Steven Moffat and featuring… well, just wait and see…
“I’m The Doctor… but probably not the one you expect…”
Well, it’s back! “Sleepy Hollow” has returned to Fox with a new episode and, hopefully, better plots. I’m hoping to see more of our pesky headless horseman, and after the last episode, I’m wondering if Ichabod went shopping for newer threads. Will we see some action tonight? I certainly hope so. Meet me after the jump.
Well, my little headless horsemen, last week we learned some background history on sisters Abbie and Jenny after they sent last week’s featured creature, the Sandman, packing. We definitely need to find Ichabod Crane some updated fashionable clothing. Can’t have our Colonial stud muffin looking dated, now can we? Why are Abbie and Ichabod sporting similar hairstyles? And where oh where has our headless horseman been hiding. Who is the featured creature on tonight’s show? Let’s head over to Sleepy Hollow and find out. Read the rest of this entry
Remember last Tuesday evening when you poured yourself that 7:59 PM cup of coffee and eagerly sat yourself down on the couch to watch the Joss Whedon created, produced, and directed pilot episode of the new Marvel Television series, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D series on the ABC Network?
Sure you do. We all do. Everyone’s been waiting to see the continuing adventures of post-Avengers Agent Coulson, alive and in the flesh since, well, since he died in that very flick last year.
But just as you were sitting down, wide-eyed in front of the television screen, excitedly hoping on a brand new Tuesday night ritual, plans and machinations were afoot from rivals Warner Bros. TV and the Fox.
Follow me after the jump, Detective, and we’ll piece together the excitement surrounding one particular word: Gotham.
My friends and I were excited to watch tonight’s premiere of “Sleepy Hollow” on the Fox Network. “Sleepy Hollow” is a mystery adventure based on the Washington Irving short story, The Legend of Sleepy Hollow. Created by Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci, this retelling of the 1820 tale begins with Ichabod Crane and the headless horseman summoned to the 21rst century. How does a colonial gentleman survive in a technological era? Let’s find out together to the music of the Rolling Stones and Sympathy for the Devil. Read the rest of this entry