Oh, Leslie. Everyone’s favourite nutcase is really going mental in Galentine’s Day. She’s missing Anne Perkins and wants to audition every female she knows for a role as her best friend.
After trying to bond with Donna and April, Leslie sets up a Galentine’s day brunch, where she gets all the ladies she knows together to kick start the auditioning process. Meanwhile, Andy and Ron go off to work together, and Ben, Tom and Larry go to seal the deal on the tents. Continue reading
The one question of everybody’s lips in Sakizuki is how does the killer choose his victims? We see one of the victims manage to tear himself (literally) free of his bindings and make a run for it. He almost makes it away safely, until he comes to the edge of the cliff and jumps. At least we know how they’re ending up in the water. Will’s still struggling to wrap his head around whats going on from the (lack of) comfort of his cell. Thanks for the shortened intro sequence!
Hannibal’s therapist has had enough of him and cancels their appointments going forward. She can’t help him further and is clearly terrified of him now she suspects he might be a killer. She even called him ‘dangerous.’ They still think the killer’s dumping the discards, but he’s not chucking the ones he doesn’t want away. Katz pays will a visit, something she’s chastised for by Crawford, and Hannibal resumes Will’s therapy. Continue reading
Bit of a historical episode on the Wesen front this week, with the guys taking on what can only be described as an Anubis like Wesen. Nick and Hank go to visit Wu at the hospital. He’s still struggling to deal with the ramifications of what happened in the last episode, but he’s on the road to recovery.
The town of Pawnee has a new website! Leslie is using it to encourage all citizens to vote for a new slogan for the town. Although there are already a few options to choose from, Leslie ends up in the ditch when the slogan campaign fails after sabotage from Douche Nation. Continue reading
Pawnee and Eagleton are at war still, and Leslie is finally getting tired of trying so hard for nothing. However, she isn’t giving up without another fight. Continue reading
Apart from the standard Royal Family conspiracies, and Adalind’s pregnancy we had an episode (finally) that centered on Sergeant Wu. All of the other main characters have had their own issues to face, and their own story arcs so it was about time that Wu got a little more screen time. In the same way that Hank had to be brought in on the otherside of the Grimm world, the question right now is, do they bring Wu in on it aswell? Continue reading
Hannibal’s back! It’s been a long wait, but one of the best shows on TV right now is here for another season! We started Kaiseki, and the season with a crazy scene. Jack and Hannibal were fighting, literally trying to take each other down. We ended the opening scene with Crawford bleeding out from the neck, before jumping twelve weeks back. I can only assume that this is where we’ll get to at the end of the season, I just don’t know why they wanted to give this away now?
After an entire month off, I was really itching for some Grimm. We were left with the cliffhanger that Monroe’s parents were in town, and if they were unhappy that Monroe wants to marry a Fuschbau they were downright pissed when Nick the Grimm showed up.
So, Revelation opened with the same scene, and we had Monroe’s folks charging at Nick. It never gets annoying, no matter how many times we see Wesen freak out, just to learn that Nick ain’t like all the other Grimm’s out there. After they leave, Monroe is pissed at Nick because he’s feeling a little used, and Nick leaves too. Monroe goes to see them the next day to say goodbye, and let them know how disappointed he is that they can’t be happy for him. Monroe’s mother won’t leave, she wants to fix things with Monrosalee (lol) but his father has different ideas and storms out the door.
All hail Pawnee the land of hilarious puns and laughs! Anniversaries was a really funny episode with a bit of everything and everyone. It was good to see more of Ron and even Larry got a bit more screen time than usual.
It’s Leslie and Ben’s first wedding anniversary, but this year they agree on a ‘no presents’ policy. Unfortunately, Ben knows that Leslie ALWAYS gets him an incredible present, so this time he’s taking the bull by the horns. He plans a whole day filled with romantic activities for the both of them, but due to Leslie’s busy schedule plans take a turn. Continue reading
Hold up a minute. Put the phone down, turn the kettle off and sit down. Heroes is coming back! Well, kind of anyway. Our screens in 2015 will feature some kind of Heroes style refurb, and the network is keeping their cards pretty close to their chest.
Tim Kring will take charge of the project, but there’s no news just yet if any of the original cast will be making an appearance, but let’s just cross our fingers for some Hiro Nakamura action!
Here’s what Jennifer Salke, president of NBC entertainment had to say. “The enormous impact Heroes had on the television landscape when it first launched in 2006 was eye-opening. Shows with that kind of resonance don’t come around often and we thought it was time for another installment.” Agreed!
Who else is looking forward to this?