Helix Review: Frozen White Head Room

Helix Review: Frozen White Head Room

The mystery of the infamous “white room” is revealed. We learn the fate of a fan favorite character, and the murder is solved. Plus, Dr. Walker has indeed been hallucinating.
Posted in: Helix
Blue Bloods Review: Going Too Far

Blue Bloods Review: Going Too Far

Danny and Baez investigate when a drag queen from a reality TV show is found murdered in a park. Meanwhile Erin is abducted by a man's mother just before his trial on Blue Bloods.
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Bones Review: See Past the Static

Bones Review: See Past the Static

On Bones Hodgins learns he has a brother he never knew about, Booth struggles to accept his joint finances with Brennan and the team tries to solve the murder of a girl found in a hillside.
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Elementary Review: Building Trust

Elementary Review: Building Trust

On Elementary, Joan finds an unsolved case from Sherlock's addict days that leads them to a very rare fossil and not one, but two murders. What else went down? Find out now!
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Reign Review: That's So Pagan

Reign Review: That's So Pagan

This week on Reign, a pregnant woman's startling secret led Mary and Bash straight into the Bloodwood. Did the whole group make it out alive? Find out in our review!
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Community Review: Fat Dog for Midterms

Community Review: Fat Dog for Midterms

This week on Community, Annie and Professor Hickey would not be stopped in their quest to hang a bulletin board... not even by guest star Nathan Fillion! So, did that board finally get hung?
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Reviews Quotes

[Bones] is the one keeping this place together. His men look up to him, rely on him, trust him. Many of your men trust him as well. He’s going to be relevant to what happens next here. That much is painfully obvious. And your first instinct is to dismiss him.

Madi

My grandfather was a pirate of another sort. When he was a young man he swindled a ship. Hired it to privateers. And earned a share of their spoils for his trouble. But he had an ambition for something fare greater than plunder — a desire to build something more permanent.

Eleanor Guthrie