The Big Bang Theory – Season 8 Episode 6 – The Expedition Approximation Review

Screen Shot 2014-10-25 at 14.16.51Everyone is busy making changes! Change is always good, but for these lot it can mean complications. This time money played a big part.

Penny decided to sell her old car, the one that Leonard gave her. Now she has a steady job, and a work car to go with it, she doesn’t need to keep her old one. This obviously upsets Leonard at first, but after some hard thinking he comes up with a solution. She has all this cash, so why not use it to start a joint account? Penny agrees and they end up throwing bills in the bed and gettin’ naughty. That’s exactly what I would have done with it! Continue reading


Suburgatory – Season 3 Episode 6 – About A Boy-Yoi-Yoing Review

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What’s going on here? This show used to be more about how Tessa and George make Chatswin a bit their own, coping with the unknown and learning lessons along the way. Now it’s all about spoon-fed doses of our favourite characters and a lot of judgement.

This episode Tessa and George are trying to keep to themselves. They know the population of Chatswin tends to go a bit crazy with their events (like the twerk-a-thon), so they’d rather stay at home eating cereal.  Continue reading

Baby Daddy – Season 3 Episode 6 – Romancing the Phone Review

ImageThere’s a few different things going on in Romancing the Phone. Emma’s teething, Ben meets a girl while he’s out on a walk with Emma, Riley’s meeting up with an old nemesis of hers from camp and Bonnie gets her first realtor’s bus-stop bench. Danny, meanwhile, is getting involved in all the wrong ways.

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Helix – Season 1 Episode 6 – Aniqatiga Review

ImageThis show is just a thriller from hell. Yeah it’s only in its first season but everyone is already dead or dying! However, it’s clear that Syfy’s little baby is going to keep surprising its viewers. It’s all about giving it a chance.

This week it all went even more crazy. Jules is soon to be a vector, and while she’s looking after Hatake’s ‘injury,’ it turns out he’s the one looking after her. He injects her with something, and so the crazy trip begins.Image

The events that followed were very scary because Jules starts to see a little girl walking around the place. A girl with pig tails and a creepy doll. Doesn’t get much scarier than that! All this time she’s actually asleep and trippin’.


Balleseros lives! I also discovered his name was ‘Sergio’ (with a portuguese pronunciation) which makes him all the sexier. Anyway, he’s inside a woman’s house. She saved him and dragged him there. Now that he’s out she’s asking about the facility and about her brother. This woman tells Balleseros there’s been 31 missing kids over the last two decades within 200 miles of the facility. Hatake’s in her sights – she wants the info, and she’s not gonna let him leave that easily.


Also, knowing that Hatake’s right hand man attacked Balleseros, makes his boss quite pissed. By the way, he keeps using secret doors and passages to move around the facility and it is as cool as it is intriguing. Call me skeptical, but even though Hatake seems like a nasty guy, something tells me he is not really the bad guy here. Horses for courses..

Jules trip ends on a high note when she discovers that she IS the little girl. The whole time, Peter is there too. So she suddenly wakes up looking healthy and fresh as a cucumber with the same shiny eyes as Hatake and a powerful new look. Courtesy of Hatake’s wet dreams about Jules probably…


Alan and his ‘assistant’ got busy, which was nice. Blow off some steam, you two!

The biggest twist was the story of Daniel, he disappeared and he is the brother of the woman who kidnapped Balleseros. Their twin brother shows up to the woman’s house and Balleseros attacked him because…tuuuun tuuuun… he looks just like Hatake’s right hand man! Bet you didn’t see this one coming!

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If Hatake kidnapped all those children around the area, there is probably a reason for it. Never justifiable though! At least not yet…

A hint of FRINGE people?

When the water suit helped slow Peter’s virus down, the doctor said it was ‘progress.’ Where have I heard that before?

Ravenswood – Season 1 Episode 6 – Revival Review

Ravenswood, oh Ravenswood. Who is the fairest of them all? Surely not you, but it’s good to see you’re trying.

Another episode aired, and with it came even more questions. We saw Remy having really lucid dreams, where she sees the original Caleb and Miranda, spying on a bunch of people who created a curse, a spell – something to protect the town’s soldiers in times of war. That is how we know that in order for soldiers to come back, some teens have to die.

The episode felt like a mild scene from American Horror Story mixed with all the drama from PLL. Unfortunately, Ravenswood is about the supernatural, (ghosts, creepy little girls, jars with hair lol) so the drama and the whole ‘sex talk’ scene with the girls was a bit.. meh. I mean, ten years ago that would’ve worked, but now it is all about keeping an audience gripped to the plot, and sex talk without the sex makes it a bit boring and cheesy.

I do give credit to Meg Foster, who plays Carla Grunwald, I mean those eyes! The woman can not only keep her cool, but she ain’t scared of shizzle. It does get me a bit frustrated that all these people know so much, yet no one is saying anything. It would be nice to get a bit more of the story, because right now it’s just guessing.




I want the show to have a bit more structure. Too many characters, too many side stories and we only get a glimpse of them! Points for making it scary with the little girl and the scarecrow and scary stuff in general.

I want to see more of what happens between Olivia and Luke’s mum and Raymond, Miranda’s uncle. I think he is super sexy in a very creepy way and deserves more screen time.

Remy’s dreams in the episode did have a bit of the creepy factor. Let’s face it, no one wants to find an eye ball in their cup of coffee.

Who is that who turned into a crow and why?



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