Monthly Archives: September 2011

100-Word Premiere: “Ringer”

Well that was crazy. It’s absolutely delightful to see Sarah-Michelle Gellar back on television but… well that was strange. Playing identical twins Bridget and Siobhan (hilariously mispronounced) is a tough task, but she manages to imbue both girls with the … Continue reading

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100-Word Premiere: “How I Met Your Mother”

After watching a hell of a lot of theatre at the Fringe, and then a hell of a lot of film at TIFF, I decided I’d apply my 100-word structure to the hell of a lot of television that’s premiered … Continue reading

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100-Word Premiere: “Grey’s Anatomy”

After watching a hell of a lot of theatre at the Fringe, and then a hell of a lot of film at TIFF, I decided I’d apply my 100-word structure to the hell of a lot of television that’s premiered … Continue reading

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Holy Shit-Gasm

I cannot wait until tomorrow night.

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100-Word Premiere: “Glee”

After watching a hell of a lot of theatre at the Fringe, and then a hell of a lot of film at TIFF, I decided I’d apply my 100-word structure to the hell of a lot of television that’s premiered … Continue reading

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100-Word Premiere: “Modern Family”

After watching a hell of a lot of theatre at the Fringe, and then a hell of a lot of film at TIFF, I decided I’d apply my 100-word structure to the hell of a lot of television that’s premiered … Continue reading

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“Closing Time” – Doctor Who

A final adventure for the Doctor before his imminent death sees him meeting up with old friend Craig and his son Alfie. A respectable sequel to last season’s epic “The Lodger”, but one that is felled by the presence of an old foe that’s overly played out. Worth it for the last few minutes though. Continue reading

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