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Gotham 1x05 ‘Viper’ Review: Drugs Are Bad

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Last week, a turf war was engaged as Maroni and Falcone fight over Arkham and the rebuilding rights to a run-down section of the city. This week is one giant Easter egg for Batman fans, so let’s get to it…

Spoilers are included in this review.

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Arrow 3x02 ‘Sara’ Review: Feelings of Loss

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So last week I hinted at major happenings with Team Arrow and I am so happy that I get to discuss it with you all this week. Last week’s events will have a huge impact on the season moving forward for everyone in Star City.

Spoilers are included in this review.

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Homeland 4x04 ‘Iron In The Fire’ Review: Does Carrie do the right thing?

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With what Carrie (Claire Danes) at the end of the episode, things are pretty tense in the world of Homeland. Is Carrie right for doing what she does? Why does she do this? And what about what happens regarding Peter’s (Rupert Friend) mindset?

Spoilers are included in this review.

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The Simpsons 26x04 ‘Treehouse of Horror’ Review: One out of three isn’t too bad…

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…Yes it is.

In the 25th annual installment to the ‘Treehouse of Horror’ collection of episodes, we see three new plots attempt to either scare or humour us – but in short, neither of these tactics work!

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Family Guy 13x03 ‘Baking Bad’ Review: Are the writers still awake?

Somehow, after taking a break from our television screens for a week, Family Guy manages to get worse than usual! This week we see an episode of the cartoon sitcom that really doesn’t do it for the show as the humour is a little too dry for my liking.

Spoilers are included in this review.

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Doctor Who 8x09 ‘Flatline’ Review: How much do we know about anything?

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The truth about The Doctor (Peter Capaldi) can be very hard to handle, and this episode indicates that we may have to deal with it pretty soon. This incredibly intriguing episode also allows us to appreciate Clara (Jenna Coleman) a little more than we have done so in previous seasons, which is highly useful as, with unusual hints at this Promise Land and The Doctor’s true personality, we may need to rely on her a lot more from now on.

Spoilers are included in this review.

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A to Z 1x03 ‘C is for Curiouser and Curiouser’ Review: Stephie and Stu’s Faux Truce

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This week, we finally get to see more of Stephie (Lenora Crichlow) - yay! I think this is the best episode yet. It’s a balance of everything and everyone. Stephie’s craziness may be manifesting on Zelda (Cristin Milioti), but the point is everyone on this show is crazy, and we love it!

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A to Z 1x02 ‘B is for Big Glory’ Review: Crazy can’t be all that bad

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This week on NBC’s A to Z, we see that it’s not all cloud nine and unicorns after last week’s grand gestures. The episode shows that Zelda (Cristin Milioti) can be crazy, too, but not as batshit as Andrew (Ben Feldman). Or not.

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Red Band Society 1x05 ‘So Tell Me What You Want, What You Really, Really Want’ Review: Dash and Kara join the love boat

So it seems that a prediction I made based on the Pilot episoderegarding Dash (Astro) and Kara (Zoe Levin) may actually appear to be true – also, I might need to owe Dash an apology…

In this week’s episode we see the Red Band Society take things to new heights as love triangles are uncovered and illegal action takes place. Ah, what a week!

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The Mindy Project 3x05 ‘The Devil Wears Lands’ End’ Review: Can we move on?

There’s something about this show that even when they say some of the most offensive things, they manage to still be entertaining. I’m not going to disregard the fact that the writing team makes a few unnecessary comments but, in this episode featuring the likes of Shonda Rhimes (one of the writers themselves!), The Soul Man’s Niecy Nash and The Neighbors’ Julie Goldan, we are definitely in for a good ride!

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New Girl 4x05 ‘Landline’ Review: Nick’s character development

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When it comes down to it, the New Girl clique really does care for everybody within it! This week is an adorable episode that allows us to see Nick (Jake Johnson), Winston (Lamorne Morris) and Schmidt (Max Greenfield) share their emotions and anchor their friendship just a little deeper than they previously were. If only both situations presented in this episode were as good as the other.

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Selfie 1x03 ‘A Little Yelp From My Friends’ Review: The growth of Eliza and Henry

Karen Gillan’s new show, Selfie, definitely knows where it’s heading. This week our two leads, Eliza (Karen Gillan) and Henry (John Cho) manage to split off for the episode and all comes full circle. So maybe the writers do have a solution for the issue raised last week?

Spoilers are included in this review.

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The Flash 1x02 ‘The Fastest Man Alive’ Review: You’re Not My Father

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Last week the CW’s brand new comic book series The Flash premiered to 4.8 million viewers in the United States. The number made the series debut the highest premiere for the network. This week we dig a little more into the relationships between a few of the main characters.

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Gotham 1x04 ‘Arkham’ Review: There WILL be blood

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Gotham fans last week saw the gears start to turn in young Bruce’s head when a vigilante hits the streets of Gotham City. This week we see how one of the most infamous metal health facilities in the DC universe starts to come back from the ashes.

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Homeland 4x03 ‘Shalwar Kameez’ Review: The Carrie and Peter story

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Ever since Brody (Damian Lewis) left us, the idea of Peter (Rupert Friend) and Carrie (Claire Danes) becoming a couple has strengthened. Whilst many may disagree with this pairing, as I explained in my review from last week, they are actually more compatible than one may believe. This week we see Peter and Carrie go through their own separate struggles yet the writers cleverly bring them together in the end.

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