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As someone who unexpectedly kind of loved When Calls the Heart, I was thrown off when its sequel, When Calls the Heart: Lost and Found began with a reworking of the plot. Instead of traveling to Coal …
Gimme a Break! was one of the first shows to enter my childhood TV viewing schedule, though I simply referred to it as "Nell" for many years. I watched the episodes when they first aired, I watched th…
When I was little, I thought Mork and Mindy was the funniest, edgiest show on TV. I felt like I had a very important date every time it was on, and I made a pointed effort to mention it at school, jus…
Television can be a pretty bleak landscape these days, but if I look at it from a kid's perspective, I actually feel kind of sick. When I was a little, you didn't need cable to find age appropriate pr…
If you've seen Season One of Family Ties, you'll be happy to pick up where you left off with the Keaton family. Season Two finds Alex taking speed supplied by Mallory (OMG!), alcoholic Uncle Ned (Tom …
It seemed to me that Seasons 1 and 2 of Family Ties approached perfection, and yet, I love Season 3 even more. When Meredith Baxter Birney's real-life pregnancy is written to the script, we find the K…
Keri Russell and Matthew Rhys are Elizabeth and Phillip Jennings. They are an attractive married couple with two kids, and they go off to work together every day to the travel agency that they run tog…
By now, most of us are well-versed in the premise of the ABC Family drama, The Secret Life of the American Teenager.  Regardless of whether you've actually seen the show, you've undoubtedly heard that…
Like the other seasons, episodes are hit and miss in this uber-popular BBC modern adaptation of the classic Sherlock Holmes mysteries. Luckily for this season, the weak first episode is followed by tw…
Gravity is basically a 90 minute thrill-ride. The audience lives vicariously through astronaut Sandra Bullock's point of view as, almost immediately, a space walk goes very very wrong. The Space Shutt…
If you read the comments on IMDB for this film, you'd think it was the scariest movie ever made. Well, I wouldn't go that far, but if you are already the type that doesn't like to peek under their bed…
Right away, one thing I appreciated about Sherlock is that Sherlock Holmes (Benedict Cumberbatch) is almost immediately greeted by a disdainful female crime-scene cop as, "Hey, Freak." Because, think …