Broad City: “B&B-NYC” Season 3 Episode 7 Review

“In da clerb, we all fam.”

Better Call Saul: “Fifi” Season 2 Episode 8 Review

“Fifi” isn’t the most intelligently constructed episode of Better Call Saul by a longshot. But it does have everything else. Feeling like two episodes divided, one climax and one build-up, they come in the

Girls: “Hello Kitty” Season 5 Episode 7 Review

After such a phenomenal showing last week, Girls had a lot to live up to with “Hello Kitty.” Is season five a brilliant return to form, or is it a mediocre album with a

The Dark Horse Review: A Pawn Out of Place

The Dark Horse is two movies in one. It’s a story of inner city kids in New Zealand learning something inner city kids don’t usually learn. It’s also a rich portrayal of

Weezer “The White Album” Review

While it’s nothing special, Weezer’s tenth album is about as good of a Weezer album as we can hope for.

Arrow: “Beacon of Hope” Season 4 Episode 17 Review

“Beacon of Hope,” or is it “BEE-con of Hope” (what? everyone else was doing it…), was among the most purely fun episodes of Arrow in recent memory. Featuring the return of Flash villain Brie Larvan, a.k.a.

Legends of Tomorrow: “Left Behind” Season 1 Episode 9 Review

Legends of Tomorrow is suffering for its creative choices this week. “Left Behind” is an episode that mostly didn’t need to happen. With Sara, Kendra, and Ray stuck in 1958 after Chronos attacks,

Star Wars Rebels: “Twilight of the Apprentice” Season 2 Finale Review

I mean, where to start? Maul pushing Ezra toward the Dark Side. Kanan getting blinded. Darth Vader vs. Ahsoka. This whole episode was full of big moments that it executed gracefully. No

The Flash: “Flash Back” Season 2 Episode 17 Review

Time travel hasn’t always been kind to The Flash. A notoriously difficult plot point to work with, its a device that almost single-handedly destroyed Heroes. So far though, The Flash has handled it with care, making

Better Call Saul: “Inflatable” Season 2 Episode 7 Review

There are varying degrees of symbolism on Better Call Saul. There’s subtler things, like the pouring rain drowning Kim on the phone a few episodes back. Then there’s painfully obvious things, like Kim