Daily Archives: November 12, 2012
This week: It’s getting colder and the leaves are falling which could only mean one thing… It’s November Sweeps time! Expect a lot of scandal, death, and drama on your TV screen this week.
What will you be watching?
Monday November 12th
How I Met Your Mother (8pm): Robin has a problem pulling the trigger on breaking up with Nick, so Barney steps in to help out, while new parents Lily and Marshall look for a way to schedule some private time for themselves.
Bones (8pm): Brennan’s new fascination with basketball and legendary coach Phil Jackson’s thoughts on teamwork prompts her to gather five of her best “squinterns” to analyze remains that have never been identified. In the process, they try to identify a man who died in the 9/11 attacks and determine whether he was a perpetrator or a victim.
Gossip Girl (9pm): Blair tries to correct her company’s mistakes by debuting a dress at a cotillion, where a surprising revelation jolts everyone. Meanwhile, Serena grows concerned about Steven’s demeanor toward her; Chuck gains an unexpected ally; and Dan is disappointed by the reaction to his latest article.
Revolution (10pm): When Nora encounters a close relative, she must make a difficult choice between family and a promise. Meanwhile, one of the most ruthless members of the Militia is tracking Miles, Charlie and the gang and General Monroe hands Major Neville a stern warning.
Hawaii Five-0 (10pm): Danny is forced to remain perfectly still while explosives experts disarm a bomb that he accidentally activated. To keep him calm, McGarrett distracts him by getting him to tell about the toughest case he ever worked back in New Jersey.
Castle (10pm): Castle and Beckett investigate the murder of a rock star who was being filmed by a documentary crew, and the film crew decide to keep their cameras rolling and record some crime-solving skills in action.
Before I do a recap of this week’s episode of AMC’s “The Walking Dead,“ It was important for me to say a proper goodbye to the two characters that are no longer with us. Last week on Episode 4, one of my favorite characters T-Dog (IronE Singleton) was bitten by a walker due to the revengeful actions of Andrew, a prisoner who we were led to believe was dead. And later in the show, T-Dog’s commitment to the survival of the group was proven by his sacrificing himself to walkers to enable Carol to escape. But did she? Sad as this was, the really upsetting scene was not too far behind.
Lori (Sarah Wayne Callies) who knew that she would not survive the birth of her child, asked Maggie to do a C-section on her. Lori’s only concern was for her baby and her son to survive. Her tender, encouraging words spoken to Carl, plays over and over in my mind. Carl, who had been forced to surrender his childhood to the horrors of the apocalypse, was the one who had to shoot his mother to keep her from turning. Rick and the others learn of Lori’s death after Carl and Maggie, who is holding the baby, enters the courtyard… How will this affect Rick, who never took that final step needed to mend the rift in his marriage or Carl, who may be psychologically damaged and beyond healing? And where is Carol? More about this week’s episode after the jump.
Celebrating the fiftieth anniversary of James Bond in the movies, Skyfall is the twenty-third official film in the series, and is now showing in theaters across the world. Today, I’m going to take a look at a new book from DK Publishing – “Bond on Set: Filming Skyfall” by Greg Williams. More after the jump.